Al Capone's former hideaway is one of the desert's most celebrated resorts.
Signs at various points around Two Bunch Palms Resort and Spa's 262 acres ask you to keep it to a whisper, setting the tone for a tranquil stay. Once here, you’ve arrived at one of the most sacred and spiritual places in the desert. Curative waters flow from beneath at 145 degrees Fahrenheit, coursing through lakes and waterways, past turtles, tilapia and koi. People come from all over the world to indulge in more than 52 different spa treatments. You can take a mud bath, spend a day sunbathing or enjoy a farm-to-table meal at Essense restaurant. Each of the 70 Soulstice and Casa Blanca guest rooms and suites is done in a rustic designer style, and amenities include 42-inch plasma TVs and organic linens. Breakfast is served daily and features fresh fruit grown right on the property. If you're into history, you should know that this was a spot Al Capone once called home. And if you're looking for a sustainable escape, you'll be happy to learn that Two Bunch Palms has its own solar farm and is the first carbon neutral resort in North America.