Indidesign inspired by landscape of Indian Wells for $8M renovation of Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa

In California’s Coachella Valley at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains, Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa has completed an $8 million property-wide renovation, marking the end of a multi-year makeover and rebranding project that included joining the Curio Collection by Hilton in December 2016. Los Angeles-based design studio Indidesign was inspired by the landscape of Indian Wells for the updated design.

The property’s renovation project included the guestrooms, suites and outdoor social spaces. Most recently, the lobby, bar, restaurant, meeting spaces and Well Spa were overhauled. The newly redesigned lobby opens up to the refreshed bar and lounge concept Tavern at Citrus & Palm and the renamed restaurant Citrus & Palm that now have wood finishes, artwork and new light fixtures. Tavern at Citrus & Palm also has a dedicated coffee corner and lounge seating.

The property has 20,000 square feet of indoor event space, which was updated to incorporate traditional Palm Springs modernism with steel, wood and various accents.

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Meanwhile, the Well Spa was similarly updated and now has chaise-style chairs and modern lighting, while greenery was added to the outdoor areas.

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