Modernism Week 2024: Where to Stay

Make your way to the desert next February 15-25, 2024.

If you’re flying or driving into Palm Springs for Modernism Week next year, make sure to book your stay as rooms fill up quickly. Don’t wait until it’s too late! Read on for local recommendations and special rates just for our modernists.

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Natural Retreats

Premier Lodging Sponsor Natural Retreats offers the transcendent experience of a vacation in Palm Springs. Our collection of mid-century-modern homes tells the story of this iconic destination, bringing together the full spectrum of design—from signature bungalows to grand estates large enough to host weddings. Our full collection of luxury homes encompasses 17 destinations nationwide. Click here to book a home.


Hyatt Palm Springs

World-famous service, quality hospitality, and a prime location in downtown Palm Springs. The Hyatt is the only all-suite hotel in Palm Springs. Separate living spaces and balconies make these accommodations extra comfy if you’re traveling with a crew or if you simply need a second room. Click here to book a room.

Hilton Palm Springs

Centrally located in downtown Palm Springs, the Hilton is family-friendly, pet-friendly and with a full-service spa and three dining options, you’ll barely have a reason to leave! Except, you know, all the Modernism Week fun. Click here to book a room.

Margaritaville Resort Palm Springs

Designed by architect Irwin Schuman in 1959 with mid-century aesthetic, Margaritaville Resort Palm Springs was reimagined in 2021 as a desert oasis with island soul while keeping the mid-century charm. Located in trendy Uptown Design district, the resort includes 398 guest rooms, two sparkling pools, six dining outlets, the soothing St. Somewhere Spa. The lush tropical grounds set against the majestic backdrop of the San Jacinto Mountains invite you to relax and experience fun and escapism. Click here to view exclusive offers.

Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs

Kimpton The Rowan Palm Springs soars to new heights in downtown Palm Springs with the city’s first and only rooftop pool and 4 Saints restaurant led by executive chef Richard Crespin. The 153-room urban oasis effortlessly blends laidback cool with rugged desert beauty, high style and unrivaled Kimpton hospitality. Click here to book a room.

Ace Hotel & Swim Club

Ace Hotel & Swim Club was built on the foundation of a 1965 Howard Johnson reimagined by local design collective Commune. Much of the hotel today is an outgrowth of the original structure, from the old Denny’s restaurant — now roadside diner King’s Highway — and the Amigo Room to two deep pools, swimmable all year round. Come soak in the iconic aesthetic and ineffable desert spirit of Palm Springs at our oasis. Use promo code MODERN to receive a 20% discount. Click here to book a room.

The Saguaro Palm Springs

It’s hard to miss the rainbow-hued exterior of the Saguaro, but it’s what’s inside that counts – a pool bar, daily yoga classes, good eats and drinks from El Jefe, and so much more. Grab a swan-shaped pool float and dive in! Click here to book a room.

Drift Palm Springs

Drift Palm Springs brings Baja style stateside to the heart of downtown Palm Springs. Drift offers spacious suites, with one to four-bedroom layouts, fully stocked kitchens, living areas, and balconies or patios. Enjoy spectacular views of the San Jacinto mountain range or Drift’s resort-style pool, where daybeds, cabanas, and loungers invite sun and relaxation. The hotel is home to Maleza, an upscale Baja-inspired restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks daily. Click here to book a room.

Casa Cody

Casa Cody is Palm Springs’ oldest operating hotel that feels more private estate than hotel. The intimate property includes 31 guest rooms and private homes that have been thoughtfully refreshed under the careful eye of Casetta Group. Two swimming pools, a jacuzzi, an epicurean marketplace, a spa treatment room, curated programming and much more allow you to connect to our community and nature as you rest against the backdrop of the San Jacinto Mountains. Click here to book a room.