The Golden Age awaits in Palm Springs.
Whisk away on a journey to yesteryears, where timeless design meets contemporary indulgence. Amidst the rustle of desert winds and under the shade of swaying palm trees lies The Hideaway—a living testament to the golden age of mid-century glamor, enticing modern-day travelers with its impeccable blend of history and hedonism.
An adults-only escape into desert decadence.
Designed by the visionary Herbert Burns in 1947, The Hideaway is a recognized Class 1 Historic Site and calls to those who appreciate the delicate dance between authenticity and modernity. Its façade and interiors have witnessed eras come and go, but the commitment to maintaining its quintessential Palm Springs design has never wavered.
Records, robes, and retro refinement.
Every nook of The Hideaway echoes the attention to detail that defines its ethos. Whether it's the Hideaway Suite with its private patio, the Town King rooms that face the shimmering saltwater pool, or the Desert Queen rooms that promise cozy intimacy, each space is a delicate ode to mid-century modern decor. And while the rich linens, luxurious bath products, and sumptuous bathrobes invite relaxation, it's the unique addition of a record player that truly captures the spirit of an era gone by.
The Hideaway is just minutes away from a variety of world-class dining establishments. From upscale French restaurants and classy bistros to fresh seafood spots and casual diners, its premier location allows you to enjoy an unforgettable culinary experience at every meal throughout your stay in Palm Springs.