Posted August 15, 2016 in Travel by Janine St.Denis

Bungalow 5 was pays homage to Elizabeth Taylor; this Bungalow was the site of six of her eight honeymoons. It features stunning décor with touches that reflect her English roots and hit movies, including floral mosaics and a horse-head lamp base. The one-bedroom villa is 1,310 square feet, and has a full kitchen, large dining area, fireplace, outdoor patio and the ability to connect to three adjoining bedrooms.

Bungalow 8 was a favorite of Gloria Swanson. At 1,650 square feet, it features a living room with fireplace, dining table that seats for up to eight, a full kitchen, a patio and a marble bathroom with a separate soaking tub and walk-in shower. Hues of rust, pink, green and gold give the Grand Premier Bungalow Suite a California residential vibe.

Bungalow 22 exudes masculine ambience and a mid-late 70s design, reflective of the Palm Springs home of frequent guest and chairman of the board, Frank Sinatra. The 1,200 square-foot bungalow has a dining area, master bath with dressing room, two private terraces and a connecting room option.

Don’t wait any longer to enjoy your stay in one of these chicly revamped homages to history.

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