The Hotel Movie Colony Hotel Re-Opens

(Palm Springs, CA) In the Southern California, U.S.A., region the City of Palm Springs, is located in the Sonoran Desert.  Additionally, it is also near the famed, Coachella Valley.  Furthermore; its hot springs, hotels and golf courses make this city a very attractive and exotic travel destination.  It is said that, all of the previously mentioned help to make Palm Springs, an authentic and vintage California village.  In the year 2015, a legendary Palm Springs hotel closed for a complete and thorough, construction renovation.  Recently; the legendary Movie Colony Hotel revealed that, it has re-emerged, and, it has re-opened.  The aforementioned hotel re-opens as a boutique hotel, and, as a gem in the Downtown Palm Springs area.  Additionally, the Movie Colony Hotel is owned by, Pacifica Host Hotels.

          Pacifica Host Hotels, re-opens the Movie Colony Hotel, with the following three highlighted features.  First; in total there are 16 hotel guestrooms.  All of these hotel guestrooms come with a pillowtop mattress, an in-room safe, a coffee maker and elegant plantation shutters.  Additionally, the majority of the hotel guestrooms have a patio, or, balcony.  Second; the Movie Colony Hotel offers its hotel guests a central courtyard, a complimentary continental breakfast and a patio bar.  Third; this hotel offers its conventional restaurant, bar and room service in an unconventional way.  The previously said, is done through the Triada Palm Springs; a sister hotel property.  Obviously, the Triada Palm Springs is located, next door.

          The name of this hotel, comes from the City of Palm Springs’ historical “Movie Colony” neighborhood.  The latter, is from the Golden Age Era, of American film history.  Specifically; famed actors and actresses like Cary Grant, Jack Benny, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh built their desert vacation homes in the same neighborhood.  This neighborhood then became characterized by high property walls, thick hedges and scarce sidewalks.  Therefore, the term movie colony was adopted.  Specifically and for the Movie Colony Hotel, its building was designed by architect, Albert Frey.  This occurred in the year, 1935.  The architectural style is considered to be, modernism and minimalist.  For the recently completed renovation project, Frey’s initial design was honored.  Technically, a re-imagination and enhancement, was attempted.  To start; the original two-story townhouses that, make up the hotel building, where re-created to be duplex suites.  Additionally, the rest of the building was re-imagined, in a warmer way.  Warm woods with splashes of color, along with, comfortable sofas and chairs where meticulously placed throughout the common areas.  Furthermore, the swimming pool area received some attention through yellow and white, textile accents.  The latter, achieves two objectives; the first is the warming up of the area, and, the second is an enhanced view of the San Jacinto Mountains.  Paul Darrall is the Owner of Darrall Design Consultants.  Through a press statement, Mr. Darrall said the following.  “The whole premise of revitalizing this property was to make necessary improvements so the hotel re-establishes itself as one of the keynote properties in the Desert.” 

          To end, this particular hotel, Movie Colony Hotel, does check-in at 3:00 pm.  Additionally, check-out is at 11:00 am.  This hotel; is also considered to be the type of hotel whose building is inspired by modernism and minimalist architecture, is a short distance from the Downtown area, offers hotel guests a free continental breakfast and it is considered to be a destination for vintage California hospitality.  Furthermore, this hotel is a boutique hotel.  The Movie Colony Hotel, is located on 726 N. Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262.  The telephone number is (760) 284-1600.  The website is  As previously stated; in the year 2015, a legendary Palm Springs hotel closed, for a complete and thorough construction renovation.  Recently, the Movie Colony Hotel revealed that, it has re-opened.  The aforementioned hotel; has re-opened as a boutique hotel, and, as a gem in the Downtown Palm Springs area.  Lastly and additionally, the Movie Colony Hotel is owned by, Pacifica Host Hotels.



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