Concierge.com's insider take:
Though not as glamorous or retro-chic as some of its Palm Springs counterparts, Indian Well's Miramonte Resort & Spa is a comfy landing pad if you're looking for a quiet, laid-back getaway—the kind of place where you can lounge by the flagstone-tiled pool without worrying about sucking in your stomach. The property was built to look like an old Tuscan village with red-roofed casitas and 11 acres of fountain-filled citrus gardens. The neutral, desert-inspired decor in the 215 guest rooms is a little bland, but the private terraces are a nice touch. The main draw here is The Well, a 14,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art spa. Since opening in 2004, The Well has earned a rep as one of the desert's best and most unique Zen zones. There are nine indoor and five outdoor treatment rooms, four mud bars, a handful of waterfall grottos, and a whole host of offbeat treatments—the Pittura Festa, for instance, is a mud painting party for couples followed by a Swiss shower and massage.
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Perfect Wow what a weekend. What a property. We went to Indian Wells to purchase a second home and this Hotel has changes our minds. We will stay at the Mira Monte... more
First off, let me say that the staff is absolutely first rate. They are helpful, friendly, accomodating and genuinely nice and professional people. They do the best... more