Virgin Hotels plans new property for Palm Springs

Virgin Hotels revealed plans to open and operate a new hotel in Palm Springs, Calif. Expected to open in late 2018, the Palm Springs property will be managed by Virgin Hotels and developed by Wessman Development.

Located in downtown Palm Springs, the Virgin Hotels Palm Springs will have 150 chambers and grand chamber suites; multiple dining and drinking outlets, including The Commons Club; numerous meeting spaces; and a rooftop terrace and pool overlooking the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains as well as a new outdoor public event space from the Palm Springs Art Museum, offering guests complimentary VIP seats to concerts, movies and other cultural performances.

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Virgin Hotels Palm Springs will be a new build designed by local architect Chris Pardo. Located downtown at Main Street & Palm Springs Canyon Drive, the hotel will be surrounded by historic desert modern architecture and within walking distance to an array of art galleries, vintage shopping and top-notch restaurants. Other nearby attractions include the Indian Canyons Reservation, Tram Way, Joshua Tree, and miles of dedicated trails located in the scenic surroundings of the San Jacinto Mountain.

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