|Low Season||July||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||April||most expensive time to stay|
|70%||expected price decrease|
|49%||expected price increase|
$68 - $450
|Cheapest day of week||Tuesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|$450||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$128||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Lowest Hotel Price
Most Popular Hotel (5-star)
|Gorgeous, light, airy, spacious 2 bedrooms, 2 bath home with Pool/SPA|
Hotels Near Airport
Average Length of Stay
While you can get to this town by train or bus, Desert Hot Springs is an area of spas, located at the bottom of the San Bernardino Mountains near the Mission Creek Preserve. This area should be explored on foot or in a car. Because it is situated near a protected wildlife area, you’ll want to choose your Desert Hot Springs hotels based on parking and access to one of the many natural springs. You can get a day pass to a lot of the mineral water springs, rather than sticking to just your hotel area. You can also easily rent a car and drive around in that, as most of the key spas and springs are located on a grid of streets spanning the town center.
The Spring Resort and Spa - Adults only
12699 Reposo Way, Desert Hot Springs, CA, United States
Tuscan Springs Hotel & Spa
68187 Club Circle Drive, Desert Hot Springs, CA, United States
Sagewater Resort and Spa - Adult Only
12689 Eliseo Road, Desert Hot Springs, CA, United States
Best prices found by momondo users in the past 24 hours.
Here at momondo we can help you find cheap hotels in Desert Hot Springs that cater to your needs. If you’re a student or young person who likes a great nightlife and some hiking during the day, we recommend staying closer to the north of the city where there are more restaurants and trails. The Nurturing Nest Mineral Hot Spring and Spa is a great option. If you’re a worker or leisure traveler after some peace, you could stay more to the south of town, where the hotels are surrounded by greenery and are a little more isolated, like the Lido Palms Resort. There are also some quieter resorts out towards the east, but a lot of good bargains are near the center of town.
People come to Desert Hot Springs for the spas, hotels and mineral springs set amid an arid climate. The hot and cold springs are naturally occurring and unlike hot springs with high sulfur content, these are odorless. You can also get a massage or enjoy canopy beds at hotels in Desert Hot Springs, like El Morocco Inn and Spa, located north of Dos Palmas Corners. There are adults-only resorts and clothing-optional springs as well. There’s also the Cabot’s Pueblo Museum on Desert View Ave, which is made from reclaimed and found objects. You can get a guided tour of the four-story building and learn about the various unique objects it is made of. The area also has a library, tennis courts and a golf course, as well as hiking, only a short drive from the edge of town through the Mission Creek Preserve.
The Desert Hot Springs is made up of one neighborhood. For good food or nightlife, you can try some of the hotels in the area, like the Miracle Resort and Spa. Or visit some of the many restaurants. You’ll find a lot of high-quality Mexican food, like Las Palmas on Palm Drive. Visitors can sample traditional American food, Californian cuisine and ice-cream at the Cottage Too on Pierson Blvd. Most of the restaurants and bars are in the northern part of town, near the high school and one of the easily accessible hiking trails called the Desert Hot Springs Loop.
Desert Hot Springs has some interesting local events, such as its Holiday Decorations Contest. It is aimed at locals and ensures that the streets are bright and colorful during the Christmas and end-of-year holiday season. This event is meant to be experienced on foot or perusing the decorations in a car as you tour the decorated town. You can find out about some other events at the local library, and the broader area of Greater Palm Springs includes some of the biggest festivals in the country. These include the Coachella and Stagecoach festivals, which are held over three consecutive weekends in the summer. To get to these, make your way to the Empire Polo Fields by driving or busing south-east and following the Sonny Bono Memorial Fwy.
8 nights is the typical length of stay for people visiting Desert Hot Springs.
Hotels in Desert Hot Springs show a range of prices for their rooms. These are determined by factors such as availability, locale and amenities. On average, rooms will be around $334 per night.
The cheapest month to book a hotel in Desert Hot Springs is July. The cost of your room could be as much as 71% cheaper than peak months.
Monday is the cheapest day for hotel rooms in Desert Hot Springs. Thursday is the most expensive day.
$319 is around the price you are going to have to pay for a luxury hotel room in Desert Hot Springs. This is on average an 28%% increase on the cost of a typical Desert Hot Springs hotel, which is more likely to charge $334 a night.
$51 is how much a hostel (and up to 2 star hotels) in Desert Hot Springs could cost you each night. Booking a hostel could save you $177 when compared to the average price of a hotel in Desert Hot Springs.
With generally low rainfall expected (0.6″) and an average temperature of 64.4 °F, those staying at a hotel in Desert Hot Springs may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area. Considering the weather during March, attractions worth visiting near Desert Hot Springs are Gaslamp Quarter, L.A. Live, and Hollywood Walk of Fame.
There are currently 405 vacation rentals available in Desert Hot Springs. Most of our users opt to stay at Desierto Azul- A desert dreamer, which is the most popular vacation rental in Desert Hot Springs. Compare vacation rentals in Desert Hot Springs.
4bed/2ba Private Saltwater Pool & Spa, Large Family Home, Contactless Check-In
Desert Hot Springs, CA, United States
The O Spa | Rm 03 The Goldfinger Room - Hot Mineral Spring Pools
11740 Mesquite Averoom 03, Desert Hot Springs, CA, United States
By quickly finding and returning Desert Hot Springs hotels and accommodation options, momondo can save you time and money. We search for hotels and accommodation deals from numerous independent and larger businesses. All you have to do is choose where you want to stay.
momondo finds you a great place to stay in Desert Hot Springs by enabling you to filter and refine your search. You can filter by price, location, amenities, review score and so much more.
Find the best time to travel, cheapest fares and most popular airlines.Find flights to Desert Hot Springs
Enjoy the amenities of home away from home. Learn more about vacation rentals here.Find rentals in Desert Hot Springs
Enjoy a relaxing journey by bus. Learn more about buses to Desert Hot Springs here.Find buses to Desert Hot Springs
Get to Desert Hot Springs by train as an alternative to flying. Learn more about the best train deals here.Find trains to Desert Hot Springs