The New Sands Hotel & Spa Is A Design Lovers Dream You Need To See
The new Sands Hotel & Spa, located in Indian Wells, between Palm Desert & La Quinta, or if you have no idea what I’m talking about – close to where Coachella takes place. Palm Springs vicinity. The location of the new Sands Hotel & Spa is conveniently located by the El Paseo luxury shopping mall, Indian Wells Tennis Garden, restaurants, and The Living Desert Zoo which you should definitely check out. The hotel is surrounded by a scenic desert mountain backdrop – one of the most beautiful backdrops in California.
The Sands Hotel & Spa was originally built back in the 1950s – and was just renovated by renowned interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard last year. Sands is the epitome of mid-century modern. Martyn Lawrence gave the 46 room hotel a glam Moroccan-chic makeover and it is a design lovers dream.
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The Pool & Jacuzzi
The swimming pool is the center of every single resort in the desert. The Sands Hotel pool is the ideal desert oasis for relaxing poolside. The lounge beds and cabanas are my all time favorite in the desert because they are the perfect shape, and meticulously spaced out so that you still have plenty of personal space. The only thing that I wish was different was the fact that the pool is chlorine, and I prefer salt water because it doesn’t burn my eyes or dry out my skin. I found this a bit odd since they have a spa onsite. Besides the pool they also have a jacuzzi, which we enjoyed every night.
Did I mention this resort is Adults Only? We loved the peace & quiet.
Great area for hosting events, weddings, photoshoots, etc.
The rooms were delightful with comfortable beds, beautiful couches, and thoughtful final touches. The bar in the room was my favorite. I mean, how beautiful is this.
The bathroom features more great tile work, gold fixtures and toiletries by Acqua di Parma.
Pink Cabana Restaurant & Bar
Cal-Mediterranean plates at The Pink Cabana, a contemporary spin on a 1960s racquet club. Definitely try the iced tea and Turkish coffee.
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