The Space.

Romantic and relaxing or fun and frisky. At the Triangle Inn Palm Springs, the choice is yours. This inviting and award-winning Palm Springs Preferred Resort is a feast for all your senses, with a special flair for Southern (California) hospitality.

Hosts Stephen and Michael live on property, and do their very best to make sure your visit to the Triangle Inn Palm Springs will be better than you ever imagined, different from the traditional hotel experience, and, most of all, special - from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave to go back home.

So come on. Escape to the secluded privacy of our unique walled compound where clothing is always optional, and fun is a way of life! Discover our lush tropical gardens, sparkling swimming pool, soothing jacuzzi, outdoor misting system, large sundecks, and spectacular mountain views - all just a block off world-famous Palm Canyon Drive.

The Architecture.

Built in the late 1950s, the Triangle Inn Palm Springs stands as one of Palm Springs' midcentury modern architectural treasures. Although many have assumedthat the Inn is a Cody design, it was actually designed by Hugh M. Kaptur, of Hugh M. Kaptur A.I.A. and Associates.

The Triangle Inn Palm Springs was one of Kaptur's first commercial designs. He ultimately designed well over 100 Palm Springs buildings and homes, most notably the William Holden home on Southridge Rimcrest, which is featured prominently in the William Holden Collection at the Palm Springs Art Museum.

When built, the Triangle Inn Palm Springs (initially known as the Impala Lodge) stood in stark contrast to the square box structures of the previous era.

I was trying to do something unique and modern - but also something that was an intrinsically connected to its desert setting," Kaptur recalls, "And I wanted to add a bit of whimsy. Hence the brightly colored modern interpretations of totems and the unique wood and metal architectural details."

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