The Reviews.

Frontiers Magazine
"The Triangle Inn features a tremendous Mid-Century modern structure as it's cornerpiece and has nine elegantly appointed rooms nestled in a garden atmosphere surrounded by mountain views.

"It was tempting to spend the day poolside at The Triangle, where a variety of different men (bears and gym-boys alike) sunbathed (naked and clothed) comfortably alongside each other"

Lavender Magazine
"The ever-so-charming Triangle Inn offers unique Native American-inspired totem designs, lush surroundings, glass encasements, and real live roadrunners looking for food. "The Triangle's Southern-born hosts extend their hospitality to everybody they meet, including the freeloading roadrunners. (Perhaps they should meet my cat....)"

Passport Magazine
"Another class act among the gay men's resorts is the Triangle Inn. New management took over the resort about a year ago, and has transformed the place into a quietly elegant (but ever so frisky) place....

"Nor is the Triangle Inn a carbon copy. Its unique offerings include on-site bird watching (thanks to the roadrunners that also visit the resort). Unless the roadrunners are pecking at the sliding glass door (which they do when hungry), the innkeepers are painstakingly attentive to their guests."

NOW UK - “Highly Recommended.”
“The Triangle Inn could not have been a better introduction to a Palm Springs lifestyle. Greeted by co-owners Stephen Boyd and Michael Green, their enthusiasm for both the city and their guests was immediately evident. The Triangle consists of nine beautifully appointed private rooms and the guys take great pride in the individual style of each one. It is set in a tropical and verdant garden area where sunloungers surround the pool and the jacuzzi seems a popular addition once the sun goes down.

"Both Stephen & Michael are a font of knowledge about the city and what’s on offer at various venues, but be warned, the atmosphere in the complex is just so relaxing I suspect, like many quests, you may well just want to lay contentedly by the pool and chat with your new found friends.”

Cybersocket - Editor's Pick
Finally, a secluded resort geared to the gay male traveler that will exceed all of your expectations. As you pass through the gate to the sun-drenched tropical gardens, be prepared to see a different world. Escape within the privacy of the beautifully landscaped and gated grounds. Enjoy TVs, VCRs, A/C, kitchens, a daily "Palm Springs" breakfast buffet served poolside, and maid service in any of the nine studios or one-and two-bedroom suites. They are also all just steps from a sparkling heated pool and soothing spa where swimsuits are optional. Spend a few romantic nights in someone else's bed. Fall in love all over again!

Genre - "The Best Places to Stay in Palm Springs"
THE MOST ROMANTIC RESORT: The Triangle Inn offers a great San Lorenzo Road location and a real sense of seclusion. the building is low-slung and casual, and it's set on romantic, if not particularly spacious grounds. We liked the pool area and found the rooms to be large and appealing.We think this resort would make a good choice for everyone.