Lay your head where the 1950s never went out of style.
In the iconic town of Palm Springs stands a testament to an era of unparalleled optimism, leisure, and flair. Called Orbit In, this establishment is the brainchild of the brilliant Herbert Burns, whose name has become synonymous with the Desert Modernist style. Boasting a masterful blend of avant-garde architecture and whimsical Space Age décor, this adults-only retreat extends an invitation to step back in time, while keeping one foot firmly in the now.
The best-kept time capsule in Palm Springs.
Orbit In perfectly encapsulates the enchantment of 1950s Palm Springs. It evokes a bygone era when life, infused with glamour and style, felt like a never-ending vacation. Surrounded by breathtaking mountain vistas and classic mid-century courtyards, guests can bask in the undiluted allure of a time when Palm Springs was the epitome of chic, and the future shimmered with promise.
The most relaxing spot under the desert stars.
Each room at Orbit In teems with designer mid-century furnishings, ensuring guests lounge in opulence reminiscent of yesteryears. Not to be overlooked are the diverse amenities—from poolside misters and luxurious bathrobes to a relaxing hot tub and a vintage vinyl collection. Every corner of this establishment exudes a "home away from home" aura, primed to make your transition to "vacation" mode seamless.
Every night from Thursday to Sunday, the poolside Boomerang Bar invites guests to enjoy an Orbitini, a signature drink that reflects the 1950s vibe. As the sun's golden hues give way to twilight, this cocktail offers a perfect way to end the day. And when the desire to dine out strikes, the village center nearby offers an array of restaurants, with recommendations at the ready courtesy of the hotel's concierge.