Alcazar Palm Springs

PepperTreeThe Alcazar Palm Springs was formely the Pepper Tree Inn, named for the large Pepper Tree that used to grace the property, The Pepper Tree Inn was built in the 1950’s as a cool little Inn to suit the hip Palm Springs crowd. However, in the 1990’s the Inn fell on hard times and most of the Inn was torn down in 2000, but re-built anew in 2003, with a couple of original parts of the building left, mostly in room 37. A fountain now stands where the namesake Pepper Tree once grew, and the now the name has changed too. The quaint little Inn is now the Alcazar Palm Springs , which is ajacent to Cheeky’s and Birba restaurants that sit around the corner from it. No matter what its name is, it still holds the charm of years gone by and continues to cater to today’s hip Palm Springs crowd.

622 North Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs Ca, 92262

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