Casa Cody

175 S. Cahuilla Rd. (Tahquitz Canyon Dr.) Palm Springs CA

Follow in famous footsteps at this historic hot spot.

There's a great deal of history at Palm Springs' oldest continually operating hostelry, located in the Tennis Club District. The romantic and historic Casa Cody Inn was opened in the 1920s by Hollywood pioneer Harriet Cody, cousin to the legendary Buffalo Bill Cody, and Charlie Chaplin resided in the old adobe house for a spell. Athletes competing in the 1932 Olympic Games, held that year in Los Angeles, slumbered here, too, as well as officers (and gentlemen) from General Patton's army. These days it offers a mix of cottages, one-bedroom units, studios and suites, some built as late as the 1950s and all with fixtures (like pink-and-green bathroom tiles) true to their original construction. Interiors are done in southwest hacienda style with clay tile floors, mottled walls and hardwood furniture. Add pools and gardens with plenty of shade and fruit trees, and you have a comfortable, low-key stay.

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175 S. Cahuilla Rd. (Tahquitz Canyon Dr.) Palm Springs CA 92262 U.S.


760-320-9346 Hotel’s Website

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