El Morocco Inn, Desert Hot Springs: Two-night stay for 2
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $500 USD
- $450 USD to chirppal
- Number of Bids
- 14 - Bid History
A two-night stay for two adults (21+) in a Deluxe King Room.*
Voted "One of the Most Romantic Inns in the Country”, El Morocco Inn is an adult-only Moroccan style boutique hotel in the Desert Hot Springs, just a couple hours from LA.
Slip into the silky mineral spring-fed swimming pool and Jacuzzi style spa,(anytime of the day or night (as they are an adult only environment.) Enjoy a daily complimentary continental breakfast, along with complimentary happy hour in the evernings, where you'll sip on their signature cocktail, the "Morocco-tini", a sake based Martini.
Really relaxing little slice of heaven in the desert! If you're looking for a quick, close to home get-a-way that feels like a world away, El Morocco is the place. The mineral pools, lounging by the pool, swinging hammocks, yoga tent, cozy movie room sipping Sherry by the fire, are just what we needed for a long weekend getaway. – Misha A, YELP
Wonderful hidden gem The spa is filled with small luxuries like Turkish towels, cozy robes, large sheltered jacuzzi and pool. Decor is marvelous, with treasures all around. Spa services menu touches on everything one could want. A wonderful find. - Laurie O., YELP
This is a very special place- small Moroccan style boutique hotel with hot springs. The unique design and friendly staff make this place very cozy. Their spa is amazing. If you are looking for a hidden gem to spend some relaxing time with your other half, this is a place to try out. - Ekaterina R., YELP
66810 4th Street
Desert Hot Springs CA 92240
*Room fits a maximum of 2 adults only. No pets allowed.
Offer expires April 30, 2019
Blackout dates: May 25-27, 2018; August 31 – Sept 2, 2018; Nov 23-25, 2018; Dec 20 – Jan 2, 2019; Feb 15-17, 2019; April 12-14, 2019; April 19-21, 2019; April 26-28, 2019
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