For guests making new reservations for arrival dates on or after June 1, 2021, guests must cancel by 3PM, 72 hours prior to arrival to avoid a penalty of one night’s room and tax.
For guests with existing reservations for any future arrival date, the policies that were in place at the time of reservation, or as previously communicated, will continue to be honored. Please note that any changes to existing reservations will be subject to availability and any rate differences. You can modify your existing reservation in the booking engine (below the calendar, bottom right – select “Modify/Cancel Reservation”) or by contacting our teams on property as follows:
Third Party Reservations:
Guests who booked via online travel agents or other third-party travel professionals are advised to contact their booking provider for information on their policies.
Please note on the cancellation policies listed above:
We will continue to update our websites and communicate through social media as things change.
We sincerely thank you for choosing to stay at Ingleside Inn and we look forward to welcoming you.
Reservations must be guaranteed by a major credit card when you book. Blackout dates are subject to their own rules. For security purposes, please provide a valid government or state-issued photo ID at check-in. To cover incidentals, $100/day will be authorized on your credit card.
Check in time is after 4:00 pm and check out time is 11:00 am. Arriving early or need that extra hour of sleep? We’ll do our very best to accommodate you (based on availability) – just let us know in advance. If we can’t, we’ll gladly stow your luggage safely and securely, until you’re ready to move on. Late check out fees may apply. If you check out or leave before your scheduled departure date, there is a fee of one night’s stay plus tax.
Room rates are subject to a nightly California room tax of 12.5% and a $35 daily resort amenity fee (+tax).
Daily Resort Amenity fee is $40 + tax and includes:
We love your furry friends and they are definitely welcome at Ingleside Inn.
Please note our pet fee/policy includes:
To learn more check out our pet page.
Smoking is prohibited in all guest rooms or on the property outside of any designated smoking areas. A smoking cleaning fee of $400 will be assessed in the event smoking does occur in the guest rooms.
Valet parking is not being offered at this time. Self parking behind the hotel or on the street is available.
Please be advised if you are dining indoors with us, a proof of vaccination or negative Covid test results in the last 72 hours will be required per the new city mandate. Masks are also required in any indoor spaces.
Complimentary cribs can be provided by request.
Rollaway beds are based upon availability.
Yes, we do have connecting rooms.
We do offer ADA compliant rooms. To learn more please view our ADA page.
Due to local restrictions we are not currently offering room service.
We do not have a formal business center but can provide various executive services including:
Hike to a waterfall oasis at Tahquitz Canyon: This two-mile loop leads to a 50-foot waterfall tucked into Tahquitz Canyon. The falls are located within the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians reservation.
Look at prickly plants at the Moorten Botanical Garden: Though only an acre in size, this botanical garden is packed with prickly varieties of cacti and other desert plants. The family-owned garden dates back to the 1930s and harbors more than 3,000 specimens of desert plants from around the world, grouped by region
Explore the massive estate at Sunnylands: Sunnylands, the former winter retreat for the wealthy Annenberg family and a popular summit space for decades of presidents, resides on a 200-acre plot of irrigated desert in Rancho Mirage. Though much of that space is occupied by a nine-hole golf course, 12 acres have been dedicated to public gardens and a visitor center with a rotating selection of artwork from the Annenberg collection.
Window shop at art galleries and antique and furniture stores: You can barely walk a block along Palm Canyon Drive without stumbling upon an eye-catching gallery, antique or furniture showroom. Palm Springs and midcentury modernism go hand in hand, and you’ll find plenty of galleries (notably a showroom from retro-inspired artist SHAG) and furniture stores dedicated to the jetsetting aesthetic.
Take a DIY architecture tour through Tennis Club: Palm Springs is brimming with handsome midcentury modern homes. Cruise around some notable neighborhoods, from Tennis Club to Araby Cove, and you’ll spot plenty or architectural gems along the way. Highlights include the Del Marcos Hotel, Elvis’s Honeymoon Hideaway and the Edris House.