Property details for Geo Alexander 226
Maximum Overnight Guests: 6
Small Pets Allowed: No
Maximum Daytime Guests: 9
• Flat Screen Television
• Outdoor Barbeque
• Air Conditioning
• Optional Pool and/or Spa Heat (additional fee)
• Fire Pit & Putting Green
|Summer||$ 345.00||$ From 2,050.00||$ From 6,200.00|
|Fall||$ 345.00||$ From 2,050.00||$ From 6,200.00|
|Winter||$ 395.00||$ From 2,350.00||$ From 7,200.00|
|Holiday||$ 445.00||$ 2,650.00||$ N/A|
Cleaning Fee: $225.00
City of Palm Springs Tax of 12.5%
Depending upon length of stay, some utility charges may apply
Accidental Damage Waiver: $65.00
A refundable security deposit of $750.00 is required upon check-in
The City Of Palm Springs ID# 2269
Relax in this 1959 William Krisel-designed Alexander home in the famous Racquet Club Estates, once owned by cinematographer Arthur Arling, who worked on Gone with the Wind and won an Oscar for The Yearling (1946). Situated on a quiet corner lot, you will be amazed by the stunning views of Mount San Jacinto.
Unpack and unwind in the the more than 14,000 square ft of outdoor entertainment space with multiple shaded seating areas, an outdoor dining area, an elevated cabana, sparkling pool, putting green, and an outdoor fire pit.
This 3 bedroom / 2 bath home features polished concrete floors throughout, updated modern bathrooms and a recently remodeled kitchen. Located just miles from downtown, you have easy access to great restaurants, shopping, nightlife, casinos, spas and the famous Palm Springs tramway.
Ideally situated on a quiet residential street that’s only a few minutes by car from everything Palm Springs offers. You’re less than five minutes by car from the chic Uptown Design District, downtown’s eclectic tourist mecca, and just one extra minute to the newly burgeoning East Palm Canyon Corridor of swanky bars, beach clubs, coffee and breakfast joints, and popular restaurants.
There is a 4 night minimum for a standard reservation.
Summer: 6/1 to 9/30
Fall: 10/1 to 10/31
Winter: 11/1 to 5/30