Triangle Inn Palm Springs

Triangle Inn Palm Springs

Gay Owned Resort in Palm Springs, California, USA


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555 San Lorenzo Road, Palm Springs, California, 92264, USA

Contact(s): Michael Green, Stephen Boyd
Phone: 1 760 322-7993
Tollfree: 1 800 732-7555

Gay Owned Resort - 9 rental units
Gay Men

High Season: Spring, Winter
PR Discount: None
General Discount: None
Agent Commission: 10% - Call for details

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Payment: Amex, Carte Blanche, Cash, Diners, Discover, JCB, MC, Money Order, Trav Checks, Visa

Amenities Private Bath * Disability: Partial Access * Wireless Throughout * No Nonsmoking Rooms * Mountain, Pool views * Breakfast included * No Children * No Pets

MAKE FRIENDS. MAYBE MORE


Ready to have a little fun in the desert sun?

Come stay with us at the Triangle Inn Palm Springs - an award-winning clothing optional resort for men in sunny Palm Springs, California.

You'll love our place!

"We provide a serene, secluded environment designed especially for the enjoyment of our guests," says Michael C. Green, one of the owners of the Inn, "from our sunny tropical gardens to our sparkling pool and relaxing spa. It's all inside our unique walled compound, where fun is a way of life, whether you're looking for a romantic getaway with your partner or husband, or a fun and frisky weekend." Michael and his husband, Stephen, live on property in the signature Triangle House, and are always around to hang out with their guests. "We wouldn't have it any other way," Green continues. "Living onsite is part of what makes The Trinagle Inn Palm Springs special. It's like we're having friends over for a backyard party - a magical atmosphere."

You'll love our suites, too!

The larger suites (one or two bedroom) at the Triangle Inn Palm Springs come with a full living room, dining room, fully-furnished kitchen, bedroom with king bed, and a spacious bath. Our smaller suites have either a kitchen or kitchenette, sitting area, queen sized bed and a spacious bath.

Whichever one you choose, you'll find that they are larger than a typical hotel room, and that they have all the comforts of home without the work - you can leave that to us!

Each morning, we serve a large breakfast poolside from 8-11 am, so sleep in if you want! The resort also a coffee maker and coffee in each suite if you wake up before breakfast is out.

At the Triangle Inn Palm Springs, we try to anticipate our guests' every need. Just relax and have a good time!

A Mid-Century Marvel:

Palm Springs is famous for its mid-century modern architecture, and the Triangle Inn Palm Springs is a prime example of the style. Built in the late fifties by one of Palm Springs' celebrity architects, Hugh M. Kaptur, the Inn (then known as the Impala Lodge) featured stone and steel construction combined with with large panes of glass. The views of the garden and the mountains are spectacular.

As Kaptur's very first commercial design, the Triangle Inn Palm Springs and its bold modern architecture stood in stark contrast to the little square "boxes" of the previous era.

"I was trying to do something unique and modern - but also something that fit comfortably into its desert setting." Kaptur recalls. "And I wanted to add a bit of whimsy."

To create this feeling, Kaptur added brightly colored totems and unique wood and metal architectural details throughout the property. The totems have been restored by the current owners and can be seen on the Main building at the corner of Random and San Lorenzo. (and one of the originals is in Room Three)

Kaptur's work was recently featured in the Palm Springs Museum of Architecture and Design, and the Triangle Inn Palm Springs was featured prominently in the exhibit. It is also part of the city's historic site survey.

Why Wait? Come join us in the Coachella Valley - Triangle Inn Palm Springs Awaits.

You'll make friends, and maybe more!


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