Miramonte Resort & Spa

$119 for a One-Night Stay for Two in Luxury Room at Miramonte Resort & Spa in California (Up to $254 Value)

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By Jill Klosterman, Travel Correspondent

Contemporary Mediterranean Estate with Views of the Santa Rosa Mountains

Rambunctious sparrows dart from vines of bougainvillea, which climbs a trellis propped next to what looks like an Italian villa. The thorny green foliage serves as a base for the birds' reconnaissance missions to inspect nearby tables for leftover crumbs and provides their shady haven from the desert sunlight that spills over the Santa Rosa Mountains. Close at hand, 15 more villa-style structures sprawl out in the valley property, covered in terra-cotta roofs. In its architecture and aura, Miramonte Resort & Spa resembles Tuscany, but in place of Italy's rolling countryside resides rugged mountain terrain.

Within each Luxury room, a color scheme of olive, sand, and nutmeg bolsters the Mediterranean feel. A plush comforter tops each Desert Dream bed, which also sports overstuffed pillows and crisp white linens. A 42-inch flat-screen TV adorns the opposite wall, positioned alongside a sitting area garnished with a selection of teas and gourmet coffee. A private patio branches off of each 450-square-foot hideaway, leading to a communal herb garden that sprouts plants such as sage, basil, and rosemary.

In addition to flavoring the air, these herbs—as well as citrus fruits and olives from on-site groves—add zest to the fresh, seasonal fare served at The Grove Artisan Kitchen. Executive chef Robert Nyerick crafts a tasty menu of farm-to-table cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients including organic produce and freshly plucked fruits of the sea. Nearby, The Well Spa features indoor relaxation suites. Visitors can practice yoga, receive a massage, or dive for taffy in the saltwater pool. Resort guests also enjoy easy access to three championship golf courses as well as the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, which doubles as an entertainment venue that has hosted the likes of celebrated celebrities and musicians over time.

Palm Desert, California: Recreational Oasis amid Rugged Mountains

In Palm Desert, the heat necessitates a leisurely pace. Tony, a local golf pro, begins his day with the newspaper and a strong cup of coffee at The Pastry Swan Bakery, located at The Shops on El Paseo about 3 miles from the resort. At sunrise, Tony and a handful of friends mosey to the café for inventive breakfasts such as beer-battered crepes and Nuxy Grahams—nondairy ice-cream sandwiches forged with creamy cashews. "We have beautiful weather here in the desert during golf season," Tony says with a smile, before turning back to his crumpled newspaper. "I don't think anything in the world can match it."

The Living Desert gives travelers a chance to savor the climate while strolling grounds that abound with desert flora and fauna. Friendly nubian goats nuzzle up to visitors in Village WaTuTu, and bearded dragon lizards and rare soul-patched dragon lizards sun themselves in a semiarid woodland display. Gritty rock footpaths wind through the zoo, and a shuttle ferries guests to cactus groves, butterfly gardens, and other animal exhibits.

Palm Springs—Coachella Valley's flagship city—sits about 16 miles north on Highway 111. The Palm Springs Art Museum fills its whitewashed galleries with works of traditional and contemporary art. Geometric figures and bold colors figure in the Blast from the Past exhibit, and Native American basketry and pottery add texture to the Denney Western American Art Wing. About 4 miles north of the museum, the Indian Canyons abound with intriguing organic and geological features, including some man-made bedrock mortars and metates once used to prepare food. A winding footpath leads through rocky gorges and parched deserts before ending up at a prime picnicking spot beside a babbling canyon stream.

What You Get

  • One-night stay for two adults and up to two kids in a Luxury room
  • $25 food and beverage credit
  • $25 credit to The Well Spa per room, valid toward any minimum 60-minute spa treatment


  • Private walkout patio
  • Two outdoor pools with hot tubs
  • On-site restaurant
  • On-site lounge
  • Poolside food and beverage service
  • Wireless Internet access
  • 24-hour fitness center
  • Dual marble-top vanities
  • 42-inch flat-screen televisions
  • Tea and gourmet coffee
  • Turndown service upon request
  • Twice-daily maid service
  • 11 acres of citrus, rose, and herb gardens

The Fine Print

  • Travel must be completed by 2/29/12
  • Not valid 10/13-10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/2, 11/3, 11/10-11/11, 11/24-11/25, 12/25-12/30, 1/9/12-1/12/12, 1/18/12-1/20/12, 2/1/12-2/2/12, or 2/24/12
  • Not valid on Saturdays
  • Limit 3 per person
  • Limit 3 per visit
  • Subject to availability
  • 3 day cancellation notice required or fee up to Groupon price may apply
  • Valid only for Luxury Rooms
  • 11.37% tax and $25 resort fee not included

Other Details

How to Book

  1. Purchase Groupon.
  2. Call Miramonte Resort & Spa.
  3. Choose a date before expiration date.
  4. Mention your Groupon and provide your credit-card info.

Room Details

  • Standard occupancy: Two people
  • Maximum occupancy: Four people in a double-queen room; three people in a king room
  • Adding guests above standard: Additional guests 16 and older may be added for $10 per night; additional children 15 and younger may be added for no charge.
  • 450-square-foot interior
  • One king Desert Dream bed or two queen Desert Dream beds
  • Private patio with Santa Rosa Mountain views
  • Table and two chairs
  • Mediterranean-inspired furniture
  • Overstuffed comforters and pillows
  • Dual marble-topped vanities and bath
  • Separate dressing area
  • 42-inch flat-screen television
  • MP3 clock radio
  • Safe
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Hair dryer
  • Tea and gourmet coffee
  • Three telephones, two with data ports

Hotel Policies (Include all categories below)

  • Check in: 4 p.m.
  • Check out: Noon
  • Resort fee includes: Complimentary wifi, fitness classes, 24 hour fitness center, in-room coffee and tea, shoe shine service
  • Parking: Self-parking is $8 per night, and valet parking $15 per night.
  • Rollaways: Available in king rooms for an additional $25 per night
  • Smoking policy: No smoking inside the property
  • Pet policy: One dog up to 16 inches tall and up to 30 pounds may be added for a $50 nonrefundable fee per stay in one of two dog-friendly rooms. Guests must sign a waiver upon check-in.
  • Accessibility: Handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
  • Room upgrades: Guests may upgrade to a Verona suite for $40 per night or to a Dolce suite for $70 per night.

What It's Worth

  • One-night stay for two adults and up to two kids in a Luxury room (up to $229 value)
  • $25 food and beverage credit

    Total value: up to $254

  • $25 credit to The Well Spa per room, valid toward any minimum 60-minute spa treatment

Getting There

  • By plane: Palm Springs International Airport (PSP)
  • By cab: About $50 from PSP
  • By car: About 17 miles from Palm Springs
  • By shuttle: About $45

Traveler's Tips

  • Pack plenty of water for daytime excursions in the desert climate.
  • Bring cash—a handful of boutiques and attractions around Indian Wells and Palm Desert do not accept plastic or checks.

Customer Reviews

573 Ratings

Beautiful resort! The spa was wonderful! Please consider purchasing new pillows for the rooms. Would also be nice to have bath robes available in the rooms.
Mary B. · December 21, 2011
All staff was very acommodating and friendly. The property was wonderful, and look forward to another visit. Thank you, Don & Mary Coover
Don C. · December 5, 2011
It was a wonderful place. My only regret was we couldn't stay longer and enjoy it more.
Alan E. · December 4, 2011
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