The Riviera Palm Springs is in the heart of all the action, just 1 mile from downtown and 4 miles from Palm Springs International Airport (PSP). Treat your body, mind, and soul to warm sunny days and cool starry nights. Ask our concierge or front desk about eye-opening ways to experience our picturesque region—by hiking, trolley, aerial tram, and even biplane. Nature lovers, cultural aficionados, golfers, and shoppers will find an abundance of options. Each of the resort’s 398 lavish guest rooms and expansive suites has been designed for today’s traveler. Many provide unforgettable views of our oasis setting from private balconies or patios. Tend to work at the desk via High Speed Internet Access, and unwind with a LCD flat screen TV, an iPod®/DVD docking station, and a drink from the minibar. Signature beds are dressed in upscale linens, and bathrooms are luxuriously appointed with marble. Ideal for business and leisure guests alike, the resort’s opulent environment arises from personalized comforts, generous amenities, and first-class service. Expansive gardens and terraces punctuate 24 beautifully landscaped acres that afford an array of recreational activities and visual delights. Take a dip in either of our spectacular pools, work out in our fitness center, play a match on one of four tennis courts, or rejuvenate at Spa Terre. Stylish venues serve reinvented classic cuisine and an array of innovative cocktails, both inside and poolside. Realize your vision of a bold meeting or a spectacular event amid the 29,616 square feet of versatile function space at The Riviera Palm Springs. Spanning an additional 15,000 square feet, the resort’s outdoor space comprises picturesque courtyards, sparkling pools, and intimate gardens. Unforgettable Palm Springs weddings and receptions are staged against the backdrop of majestic mountains and warmed by dramatic fire pits. The Flamingo in Las Vegas served as architect Irwin Schuman’s inspiration for the resort, which was built in 1958 with a communal wheel-spoke shape. Especially popular in the 1960s, it welcomed such notables as Frank Sinatra and the rest of the Rat Pack, and hosted performances by Elvis Presley, Desi Arnaz, Count Basie, Raquel Welch, and Bob Hope. In 1988, Sonny Bono opened his namesake Italian restaurant and hosted a tennis tournament here.