Twin Palms Resort is Palm Spring’s newest gay men’s hotel property
Twin Palms Resort is a new gay men’s hotel in Palm Springs, California that embraces modern luxury, timeless style, and thoughtful hospitality in a completely renovated mid-century modern property located on Camino Real Drive within the historic Twin Palms neighborhood.
The property was originally developed to seamlessly blend with its neighbors, with ninety modernist tract homes designed by architect William Krisel. According to a December 1958 article in the Desert Sun, the Brentwood Apartments featured ten one-bedroom units clustered around a communal patio and swimming pool. To facilitate seamless indoor-outdoor living, many of the apartments also featured glass slider walls opening to private garden patios. Described as “deluxe in every detail,” apartments were furnished in the “latest of contemporary modern” and included wall-to-wall carpeting, state-of-the-art appliances, sound-proofed walls, and automatic climate control. The architecture and vibe of the Brentwood was a perfect match for Palm Springs’ first modernist neighborhood, Twin Palms Estates.
Over sixty years later, the original Brentwood buildings and grounds have been completely renovated and reimagined. Behind the bold yellow entry door at the all-new Twin Palms Resort guests will find an exclusive private getaway for gay men. Under the gaze of the San Jacinto mountains, twenty beautifully-appointed guest rooms and suites open to an absolutely show-stopping new swimming pool, twelve-man spa, and luxurious patio space. Many of the bright and spacious guest rooms feature grand bathrooms and private outdoor spaces. Custom-designed furniture, luxury linens, and bespoke materials come together to create inviting spaces that offer a soothing respite from the desert sun. A sleek, open-air Clubhouse features stylish places for guests to relax, grab a bite, or work. True to the spirit of the Brentwood before it, the new Twin Palms Resort is deluxe in every detail.
Twin Palms Resort is the third upscale hotel for gay men from Resorts Palm Springs; other properties include Santiago Resort and Descanso Resort. This trio of distinguished properties offers travelers an enticing selection of casually extravagant vacation destinations in the beautiful Coachella Valley desert.
Twin Palms Resort
1930 S. Camino Real, Palm Springs, CA 92264
20 guest rooms, including two suites
- Deluxe King Room with Patio
- Deluxe King Room
- King Suite with Separate One-Bedroom and Patio
- King Suite with Patio
- King Room with Patio
- King Room
- King Studio
Guest Room Features & Amenities
- King-size pillow top mattresses and deluxe linens
- All rooms feature grand marble bathrooms with walk-in glass showers with rain and handheld shower heads
- Two suites feature free-standing bathtubs and walk-in showers
- Earth-friendly bath products from Public Goods
- High-speed Wi-Fi internet service
- 50” flat-screen smart TVs
- Refrigerator, iron, hair dryer, and electronic safe in every room
- Private patios in many rooms
Services & Facilities
- New heated swimming pool and outdoor twelve-man spa
- Spacious patio with luxurious poolside sun beds
- Unparalleled mountain views
- Outdoor shower
- Outdoor mist cooling system
- Spacious Clubhouse guest lounge
- Complimentary continental breakfast
- Complimentary poolside box lunch
- 24-hour Canteen with complimentary beverages including a Starbucks coffee machine
- Fire pit
- Multi-speed city bicycles
- Off-street guest parking with four electric vehicle chargers
- Meticulous grounds featuring native plants, cacti, and palms
No Smoking Policy: Twin Palms is a completely smoke-free property.
About the Author
Bryen Dunn is a freelance journalist based in Toronto with a focus on tourism, lifestyle, entertainment and community issues. He has written several travel articles and has an extensive portfolio of celebrity interviews with musicians, actors and other public personalities. He’s willing to take on any assignments of interest, attend parties with free booze, listen to rants, and travel the world in search of the great unknown. He’s eager to discover the new, remember the past, and look into the future.