Fact Sheet

Location – 650 E. San Lorenzo Rd, Palm Springs, CA (just a short one-mile walk from Downtown Palm Springs)

Santiago Resort was opened in 1995 as one of Palm Springs Pre-Eminent Gay Resorts

Under new ownership and management, a long list of improvements to Santiago were completed in 2015, including a landscape rejuvenation, common area upgrades, and a complete refresh to the guest rooms in a “Modern Ranchero” style. The rooms feature a clean and modern design with rich textures and warm, welcoming colors. All 23 rooms have new custom-designed furniture, luxurious linens, bedside USB device chargers, Saltillo tile and FLOR carpet. A new collection of black and white photography, as well as warm accent walls give the rooms a personal touch.

Land Area: 32,000 Square Feet / 0.75 Acres

Number of Guest Rooms: 23 spacious, beautifully furnished and comfortable rooms

Number of each Room Type (appx sq. footage):

  • 5 King Suites Upstairs (425 sq. feet)
  • 3 King Room Downstairs (250 sq. feet)
  • 2 King Room Poolside (250 sq. feet)
  • 5 King Room Upstairs (250 sq. feet)
  • 2 King Suite Downstairs (425 sq. feet)
  • 3 King Suite Poolside (425 sq. feet)
  • 3 Two-Queen Suites (475 sq. feet)


  • Central air conditioning
  • King-size beds (with exception of Two-Queen Bed Suites)
  • Flat-screen TVs with DVD players
  • Luxury bath products
  • Refrigerators, irons, and in-room electronic safes


  • Free Guest Parking
  • Expansive, heated swimming pool – 1,000 sq feet (20’ x 50’ – the largest pool at any Palm Springs Resort)
  • Outdoor spa
  • Outdoor mist cooling system
  • Fire Pit
  • Complimentary Continental Breakfast with Starbucks Coffee
  • Complimentary “Stay n Splash” Poolside Lunch (specialty sandwiches, salads, wraps)
  • 24-hour Cantina with complimentary snacks and beverages
  • So-close-you-can-almost-touch-them mountain views
  • Fast Wi-Fi with high-speed Internet
  • Privacy fence around entire property for ultimate seclusion and relaxation
  • Meticulous grounds featuring native plants, cacti and palms
  • Luxurious, two-man rope hammocks strung between the palm trees
  • Complimentary posts cards in each room, featuring carefully curated black and white images found hanging on the walls of Santiago’s common areas and guest rooms.

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