The Horizon Hotel

1050 East Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92264, United States

800.377.7855

http://www.thehorizonhotel.com/

With iconic, mid-century modern architecture and a rich Hollywood history, The Horizon Hotel offers a perfect boutique-hotel experience just minutes from downtown Palm Springs. Built in 1952 by renowned architect William F. Cody, The Horizon Hotel has been meticulously restored to its original splendor using Cody’s blueprints and a stash of vintage photographs taken by the great Julius Shulman.

Re-opened after remodeling!

 

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