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Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort

Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort

4 Stars

1600 North Indian Canyon Drive Palm Springs CA 92262


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 3
Facilities 3
Service 3
Location 4
Pricing 3
Overall
Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort welcomes discerning holidaymakers with deluxe accommodations and up-to-date facilities set on expansive greens in Palm Springs. While on holiday, visitors at this California resort can take in breathtaking views from Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and explore Indian Canyons. Holidaymakers can also tee off at Escena Golf Club or Desert Dunes Golf Club.

Location
Riviera Palm Springs is located along North Indian Canyon Drive in Palm Springs, California, three miles to Palm Springs International Airport. In the area, vacationers see the aircraft exhibits at Palm Springs Air Museum and the artworks on display at Palm Springs Art Museum.

Rooms
The 400 deluxe non-smoking rooms and suites are appointed with Wi-Fi access, 42-inch LCD TV and surrounding views. Some units have patio/balcony, lanai, Jacuzzi, fireplace and separate living and dining areas.

Restaurant
Circa 59 at Riviera Palm Springs Resort prepares mouth-watering culinary servings all day. Patrons chill out with flavourful drinks at the resort bars and lounges.

General
The pet-friendly (fees apply) Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort provides leisure amenities including SpaTerre, swimming pool, fitness centre and tennis courts. The posh resort also offers valet parking (fees apply), bicycle rental and ATM for added convenience. Guests can hold various functions for up to 2,000 people on site.

Additional Information

  • NOTE: Effective 01 January, Riviera will charge $8 USD per day for self parking.
  • NOTE: Resort charge of $28 USD plus occupancy tax, per night. Valet parking available for $20 per vehicle, per night. Additional adult fees applies for $25 plus tax per person, per night (up to 4 per limited room types).

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Cafe
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Pets Allowed
  • Spa / Wellness Centre
  • Billiards
  • Concierge
  • Parking Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Business Centre
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Parking Facilities (At Cost)
  • Room Service
  • Tennis Court

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Heating
  • Refrigerator
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Modem / Data Port Connection
  • Telephone

Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort Guest Reviews (22)


Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort
2 out of 5

The place had some hidden charges i will dispute, and on the last day , some one walked to my daughters room and tole her wallet, computer and ipod. The security was totally unprofessional and responded 24 hours later. Thy didn't have cameras to see who the perpetrator was and the hotel insurance has not responded yet although, the caim is not going to be covered. I shall never want to go to this place again

Dynamo wrote on January 13, 2012


Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort
1 out of 5

We waited for everything. The restaurant completely forgot about us, so we ended up ordering from the bar (after waiting an hour). We waited 40 minutes to order food by the pool. We waited 30 minutes for towels and toilet paper (because housekeeping never cleaned our room that day). The premises try to be fancy, but when you look under the glitz it is a dump. The dirt is not immediately obvious because it is dark. The towels were stained, frayed, and/or had holes in them. The bed was broken. The refrigerator leaked. The lampshade had holes. I expect this type of experience at motel off the freeway that charges $40/night, not at the PS Riviera.

Sunshine100 wrote on January 1, 2012


Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort
3 out of 5

Much more fun and interesting than a corporate chain, but not quite as polished as I was hoping. The renovation is cool in retro/funky way, but seemed a bit superficial/incomplete -- just behind certain doors are areas that are old and worn out. Also the housekeeping wasn't up to snuff: we saw room service detritus untouched in the hallway for two days, and the carpet in our room needed cleaning. To their credit, the hotel credited $25 to the account when we mentioned this on checkout. Still, not quite perfect.

travelguy27 wrote on December 23, 2011


Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort
2 out of 5

The rooms are old and I felt the price was too high for the room.

Jusitn wrote on December 11, 2011


Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort
4 out of 5

We enjoyed the pool. The bed was very comfortable. The room has pleasent colors. he lobby was the most contempory we have seen. Very impresive

R W D 1 wrote on December 3, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall out of 5
Cleanliness3 out of 5
Facilities3 out of 5
Service3 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing3 out of 5

Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort Guest Reviews

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2 out of 5

The place had some hidden charges i will dispute, and on the last day , some one walked to my daughters room and tole her wallet, computer and ipod. The security was totally unprofessional and responded 24 hours later. Thy didn't have cameras to see who the perpetrator was and the hotel insurance has not responded yet although, the caim is not going to be covered. I shall never want to go to this place again

Review by: Dynamo
Date stayed January 13, 2012

1 out of 5

We waited for everything. The restaurant completely forgot about us, so we ended up ordering from the bar (after waiting an hour). We waited 40 minutes to order food by the pool. We waited 30 minutes for towels and toilet paper (because housekeeping never cleaned our room that day). The premises try to be fancy, but when you look under the glitz it is a dump. The dirt is not immediately obvious because it is dark. The towels were stained, frayed, and/or had holes in them. The bed was broken. The refrigerator leaked. The lampshade had holes. I expect this type of experience at motel off the freeway that charges $40/night, not at the PS Riviera.

Review by: Sunshine100
Date stayed January 1, 2012

3 out of 5

Much more fun and interesting than a corporate chain, but not quite as polished as I was hoping. The renovation is cool in retro/funky way, but seemed a bit superficial/incomplete -- just behind certain doors are areas that are old and worn out. Also the housekeeping wasn't up to snuff: we saw room service detritus untouched in the hallway for two days, and the carpet in our room needed cleaning. To their credit, the hotel credited $25 to the account when we mentioned this on checkout. Still, not quite perfect.

Review by: travelguy27
Date stayed December 23, 2011

2 out of 5

The rooms are old and I felt the price was too high for the room.

Review by: Jusitn
Date stayed December 11, 2011

4 out of 5

We enjoyed the pool. The bed was very comfortable. The room has pleasent colors. he lobby was the most contempory we have seen. Very impresive

Review by: R W D 1
Date stayed December 3, 2011

3 out of 5

This hotel has all the potential to be a *great find* in Palm Springs, but it's plagued by operational issues. The staff is generally friendly, but good luck finding your way around. It has very poor directional signage, which is unfortunate because the resort is organized in a somewhat confusing loop. We ambled around in a hallway with two other guests trying to find the staircase to take us to the 3rd floor. The door was unmarked! Service in the restaurants is really slow. Checkin takes longer than necessary because the staff spends too much time chatting up arriving guests. And then, there's just the things that shouldn't happen at a hotel. For instance, my room was never made up. Even though I left at 8am, when I returned at 10pm everything was as disheveled as I left it. I had to call and have someone come up. In our other room there were no amenities -- no soap, no shampoo ... all just missing. We tried to call for fresh supplies but the phone didn't work either. The hotel is in a great location and it has some nice design features. If the management can get the operations in order, this will be a great "go to" for the Palm Springs resort traveler.

Review by: patriotboy
Date stayed November 29, 2011

4 out of 5

Conf room to cool We had a good time and enjoyed the firepits At other resorts shuttles would pick us up and take us to attactions.

Review by: Doug1111
Date stayed November 12, 2011

2 out of 5

10 Min. walk from your room to the pool! 10 Min walk from your room to the car! Valet is useless because your car is parked so far from your room.

Review by: steveBH
Date stayed November 8, 2011

4 out of 5

The hotel was recently renovated and was clean and retro. The tv didn't work, but a very nice monetary compensation was made. The resort fee seemed high for what you got, but hotels seem to charge whatever they want.

Review by: KeJoKo
Date stayed November 8, 2011

3 out of 5

Newly renovated in a 60s style retro thing--looks like Frank Sinatra and the rat pack should be at pool side--EXCEPT for the loud DJ techno party groove that's going on there. A little too much Party Hearty at the Poolside by a bunch of 20-somethings all down from LA for the weekend, trashing their rooms and running through the halls at 4:00 am Staff should let people know when checking in and being given a 2nd floor room that only one building out of six have elevators--apparently no A.D.D. rules apply in Palm Springs. Restaurant was pretty good; ate there for dinner one night and breakfast another morning. Overall a B

Review by: Kris1050
Date stayed October 5, 2011

4 out of 5

This is a cool place to hangout, but be warned that you need to get to the pool early (9am at the latest) if you want to get a chair. It fills up really early and all seating is gone by 9:30am. The music at the pool is also like the inside of a nightclub, and the whole place is like a club in swimsuits. Not saying this a bad thing, but it doesn't make it as easy to relax. Other than that, a great place, with really cool decor and friendly staff.

Review by: businessman78
Date stayed October 4, 2011

4 out of 5

the pool party is awesome and relaxing. the room is big and clean. love to go back again.

Review by: eric2130
Date stayed August 8, 2011

5 out of 5

My mom celebrated her 79th bday here. It was great. Pool was great, rooms were great.

Review by: Donna/Mike
Date stayed August 8, 2011

1 out of 5

We booked 2 rooms for 4 people( 2 people each room) and I had my parents coming from Italy and visit palm springs and by references me and my wife we decide to gift them with a room at Riviera. We checked in and we got rooms in 2 difference floors was really inconvenient, but that was nothing is understandable, the worse thing is that our bed had mattresses like bathtub we were sleeping( or if you can call that sleeping just 1 hour) with matrasse 30 inch below the frame. Of course none of us slept and we got bad headache and back pain day next. We called the desk they sent somebody to check and they find out what was the problem they fix it and then they asked us why we didn't check the bed, which I don'think is my job after we paid rooms 176 dollars each, then they told us that they will report to the desk about the problem so we could get some refund. We went to the desk they didn't know about this issue because nobody never reported they apologize for that and canceled our resort fee wich was 28 dollars per room and we have been told that somebody will take care about what happen and contact us and may give us refund. But of course still didn't ear from them.WHAT A NIGHTMARE !!! WE WILL NEVER COME BACK AND WE WILL NOT RECCOMEND THE HOTEL TO ANYBODY BECAUSE WE HAD OUR BAD EXPERIENCE WIRH MY PARENTS ALREADY THAT WAS ENOUGH!!

Review by: Sucanka
Date stayed August 2, 2011

5 out of 5

We were visiting for a bachelor party. A few people in our party had misplaced phones and wallets. We called the lost and found the next day and all of our belongings were there, minus a little bit of cash. We were all very excited to know there are still honest folks around.

Review by: Darling Drewstafa
Date stayed August 2, 2011

5 out of 5

This is a great hotel! It's the atmosphere and the vibe are what really make it. I don't know how they create such an amazing place to be, but it happens. The rooms are sub par and not everything works in them, but you don't want to be in the rooms anyway. The resort is set up so cool and makes you feel like you are in your own little backyard party. Recommended for couples or groups of friends. Love it and can't wait to go back.

Review by: CSHEP
Date stayed August 1, 2011

5 out of 5

My recent trip to the Riviera Palm Springs was fantastic! I only wish I could have stayed longer. The one thing I was most impressed with was Circa 59. The food was outstanding, and the service was great too! I will be returning to RPS very soon!

Review by: Mykalhub
Date stayed July 25, 2011

4 out of 5

Cool, modern hotel. Located just out of the main drag of Palm Springs. If you want to be centrally located, check out the Hyatt. Not that the hotel is that far from all the shops and other restaurants. The rooms are fun and clean. Mostly younger crowd. Lots of bachlorette parties. We stayed Friday and Saturday nights and the hallways got a little rowdy with the drunks but other than that everything was fine. The breakfast "buffet" by the pool was kind of a joke. We would have skipped it had we realized it was just scrambled eggs, bacon, potatoes, and fruit. The following morning we ordered the breakfast burrito and THAT was good. So were the hamburgers. Take my advice: Skip the breakfast buffet.We would definitely go back. But maybe if we scored another great deal [...].

Review by: brettimar
Date stayed July 21, 2011

4 out of 5

Great place if you are young, love chic modern design and like a good mix of relaxing and pool partying.

Review by: LAQ78
Date stayed July 20, 2011

3 out of 5

I called the day before checking in to ask if we could check in between 2:00-3:00 rather than the 4:00 check in time. I was told that shouldn't be a problem for a Sunday check in. We arrived at 3:15 and the room was not ready but the lady who checked us in was very nice and gave us a pool key so we could hang out there while we waited. She said it should only be 15-30 more minutes and that they would call us when it was ready. While we were checking in with her, two really loud obnoxious drunk guys who were obviously coming from the pool came in to talk to someone at the front desk and it was rather a strange experience for this nice hotel but everyone who worked there just acted as if this was normal. When we got to the pool it was an obvious party scene. Those in the pool were highly intoxicated including the two men we saw in the lobby and they was several people who were getting highly intimate throughout the pool. About 10 minutes to check in we had not been called yet so we went to the front desk to ask about our room. We were told that our room still wasn't ready and that it would be another 15-30 minutes putting us later than the 4:00 check in. We told the guy at the counter that we had food we really needed to get into a refrigerator and if there was anything he could do to get us into a room. He went to the back to talk to a manager and was gone for about 5 minutes but came back with a room ready and a key. Phew! We asked if they had a microwave we could have sent up to the room and we were told they did not have microwaves available. There were also none available in the lobby. If you need these accomodations, this is very frustrating. We went to move my car and my battery had died so we called the front desk to see if they could send someone over with jumper cables. We were told they did not have any. Fortunately there was a maintenance man driving by in a golf cart who took us and our bags closer to our room. When we got to the room we called again and voiced our frustration that a resort hotel with valet service (which cost $15.00 extra so we didn't use the valet) did not have access to jumper cables. With that, they sent someone right over with cables! The next day we checked into the Spa Resort & Casino - what a difference! When we pulled up to the valet we were told there is no extra charge for valet service - it is included in the cost of the stay- and that they had jumper cables and not to worry about it - we were assured it was no problem. Sure enough, it wasn't, when we checked out the next day, they used their cables and got my car started for me. It was so much easier at this hotel. At the Riviera there was not only an additional charge to use the valet but also an additional $25.00 resort fee. With the Spa Resort & Casino it was all included and the accomodations were much better - they had microwaves available to rent if we needed but also had two available for use in the coffee shop. They also had utensils for us if we needed them and we didn't have to ask for anything - it was just all included. It was a much more enjoyable stay. If you are looking for a fun getaway with the girls for the party scene, go to the Riviera but if you want a place that accomodates your unforseen needs go to the Spa Resort & Casino. The latter is much better priced and you get more for your money.

Review by: Melbake
Date stayed July 19, 2011

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