Parker Palm Springs: California Luxury Minute Resorts
The Parker Palm Springs opened in 1959 as California’s first Holiday Inn and was snapped up two years later by Gene Autry, who used it as the spring-training home of his baseball team, the California Angels. Autry built his own private residence at the back of the property, and the ultra-private, period-perfect house is now available for overnight stays. Given a $27 million makeover by designer Jonathan Adler in 2003, the Parker Palm Springs now stands as one of the “it” spots for seclusion-seeking celebs.
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