Coral Sands

Each time Patrick and I head to Palm Springs, we decide to find a different little vintage hotel to stay at, as Palm Springs if full of unique offerings. This year it was the Coral Sands (as recommended to me by my dear friend Kiley of Running with a Chance of Costumes).

I can’t express how much I love the courtyard of Coral Sands. With fun vintage patio furniture, a kidney shaped swimming pool and swaying palm trees, it is a gem. So it’s no surprise I spent a good amount of time just loafing in and around the pool. But I also did a bit of shopping, and plan to share my new found treasures with you soon!

I didn’t snap any interior shots, but I can assure you our room, the “Howdy Doody goes to Bali” room, was adorable, kitschy to the max, and had flamingos galore.

Before heading home, we went out to Salvation Mountain, and I’m eager to look at the pictures and hopefully share them with you all soon! In the meantime I’m happy to be back home, and look forward to the March Vintage Visitors‘ meet-up that’s tomorrow! But first to unpack!

Swimsuit: Fables by Barrie

3 thoughts on “Coral Sands

  1. OMG! You are so adorable. I want to go now and I don’t even like sunshine or palm trees.

    I actually lived in a tourist town that was an entire strip of hotels like these…they were pretty dead and decaying when I left. If i didn’t hate the sand, sun and tourists I would be tempted to go back and have a little holiday. Would be fun for a photoshoot though!

  2. This place looks like you just stepped back in time a few decades. From the punchy pinks to the charming pool and the mile high palms, that is get-away vintage-ness at its most fabulous! And of course, you look downright awesome, too!

    Big hugs & happy start of spring wishes!
    ♥ Jessica

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