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lvcaveman

Date Posted:05/12/2011 06:38:42Copy HTML

Headed to Palm Springs this weekend.  I will be in need some relaxation at the pool in my thong.  Any ideas on a thong friendly hotels. 
JM_Runs #1

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:05/31/2003 04:34:48Copy HTML

Lots of them out there.   Most you don't need to be a registered guest to  visit their poolside for the day.  Lots of very interesting people to meet there and fun activities to engage in.  I often visit on my way either going to or leaving L.A.   Never any hassles and many do not charge you to visit their resorts during the daylight hours.   Always always a great time and memorable experience.  Been visiting P.S. for over 10 years now.
sailor250 #2

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:09/10/2003 07:49:37Copy HTML

Has anyone had any experiences wearing thongs at any of the non nude resorts?  Or has anyone seen thongs worn at any of the resorts or hotels?

 

I understand that Palms Springs city has an ordinance banning thongs on the street, but that was because of the Spring Break girls that were riding around in cars and on motorcycles in thongs, doing wild things that the residents didn't like.  I'd doubt the hotels would adhere to this, but it might give them more ammo to hassle guests in thongs.

 

Any experiences?

 

 

sunbare #3

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:09/18/2003 02:01:28Copy HTML

Reply to : sailor250

Has anyone had any experiences wearing thongs at any of the non nude resorts? Or has anyone seen thongs worn at any of the resorts or hotels?I understand that Palms Springs city has an ordinance banning thongs on the street, but that was because of the Spring Break girls that were riding around in cars and on motorcycles in thongs, doing wild things that the residents didn't like. I'd doubt the hotels would adhere to this, but it might give them more ammo to hassle guests in thongs.Any experiences?
I stayed at the Indian Wells Casino Resort for 2 days in Feb of 2001. It was a bit nippy out, and few other swimmers, but I thonged for about 2 hours each day, in front of hotel pool employees and guests, with no problems. Not that great of a place to swim actually. Small pool.
delaplage #4

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:02/01/2004 10:30:56Copy HTML

My wife and I will appreciate specific hotel recommendations for the Palm Springs - Rancho Mirage  - ... area.  We prefer thongs, and we are not sure we want to try clothing-optional resorts.  We also understand that Palm Springs is in the stone age and has an anti-thong law, so outside the City limits and into Rancho Mirage etc. may be where we need to go.  We need some sun/fun in March and will be glad for readers' ideas on where to go.
max77056 #5

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:02/03/2004 04:31:47Copy HTML

Reply to : delaplage

My wife and I will appreciate specific hotel recommendations for the Palm Springs - Rancho Mirage - ... area. We prefer thongs, and we are not sure we want to tryclothing-optional resorts. We also understand that Palm Springs is in the stone age and has an anti-thong law, so outside the City limits and into Rancho Mirage etc. may be where we need to go. We need some sun/fun in March and will be glad for readers' ideas on where to go.
Heya, I have been wondering where all the PSprings people are. There were quite a few posts on the previous board which has since shot down.......anyway, forget that anti-thong legal stuff. That was passed in the Sonny Bono era when bikers would convention in Palm Springs and put their chicks on the back of motorcycles in g-strings and drive around town. This led to the passing of the ordinance which you mention. I enjoy PS in the Fall and I have worn a thong at the Desert Hot Springs Spa (in Desert Hot Springs) and at Aqua Caliente -The Spa in downtown PS. A friend of mine e-mailed several resorts a while back a got positive replies from these two that "thongs are acceptable attire at our pools". I am curious to get back to the Aqua Caliente Spa (downtown PS) as when I was there last fall the casino portion was about to move into a new huge casino across the street. This should be good as the pool area was a liitle crowded with employees and gamblers walking past. The views of the mountains are spectacular...it's awesone to lay out & sun and have the mountains and palms in the distance. The Desert hot Strings Spa is also in a great setting. The place itself is kind of old and funky but they allow day visitors and nobody cares what you wear as they get quite a few European tourists so they have seen it all. I have been meaning to check out the Hyatt Pool but have not.....and the Hilton has a great pool and I have seen women thonging there but I have never spent time there. Let's hear from some of you folks that are in or visit Palm Springs!!!!.     
clubthongs #6

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:02/07/2004 11:09:29Copy HTML

I visit Palm Springs about once a month and have never encountered any problems at any of the hotel pools when wearing a thong.  The Spa Resort and Casino in downtown Palm Springs usually has a few thongers, both men and women and the Marriot Desert Springs in Palm Desert has 3 pools where you will feel comfortable in a thong or other minimal swimwear.  The Marquis (now defunct unfortunately) also had a great pool for thonging.
sailor250 #7

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:02/10/2004 03:57:08Copy HTML

While on a business trip I recently stayed at a small hotel in Palm Springs that has only seven suites.  The Coyote Inn is a converted apartment complex that has been recently renovated.  The owners live on the premises.  (  www.coyoteinn.net  )The place is very well done, fireplaces in the rooms, lots of attention to the interior decorating and to the pool courtyard.  The rooms all have kitchens for those staying a long time.

The pool is nice, heated to 88 degrees year round,  and there's a hot tub spa that's big enough for about 8 people but I never had to share it.  The provided brochures and the web site touted the privacy of the pool, and said that adult guests were preferred.  From that I didn't know what to expect, as far as dress code, or of the other guests.

The other guests ranged from other business travellers to retired couples all the way to a few couples that may have been honeymooners.  The women wore a few bikinis, no thongs.  I was the only thong I saw there for several days but no one said anything about my swimwear.  The owners stopped and talked to me about different things several times, they are very friendly people.  The other older people around the pool didnt' seem to object.

I thought it was nice that the rooms opened right onto the pool, no fence, and that the pool and spa were open all night too.  One can skinny dip under the stars without bothering anyone.

I've in general found such small places, which cater to adults to be the best places to thong.  You're not going to be able to people watch like a large resort but for relazation they are the best.

delaplage #8

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:03/09/2004 10:11:03Copy HTML

My wife and I spent four days at Villa Royale in PS and had a great time.  Very nice rooms and staff, no problems at all with thongs by one of its 2 pools and spa.  Good location for a walk into town and short drives to hikes and other sites.  We will go back.
Tongaman #9

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:03/16/2004 03:12:50Copy HTML

Due to a change in my companies vacation/sick accrual policy I HAVE to take some time off. I'm thinking about a mid-week day trip to Palm Springs, but I can't decide where to go. What are "all y'alls" BEST recommendations for female scenery? I've been to the Desert Hot Springs Spa a few times. It was nice. But I'm picturing the mid-week crowd to be a little more... shall I say, geriatric in nature.

Do other places like the Marriot Desert Springs, The Spa Resort and Casino, and Aqua Caliente Spa, etc allow the day use of their pool facilities for a nominal fee? I promise to spend money on lunch and drinks!

max77056 #10

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:04/20/2004 03:04:12Copy HTML

Tongaman.....Aqua Caliente -the Spa and the Spa resort are one in the same in downtown PS. They have day passes but I have laid out there without a pass and no one seems to mind. The bartenders are friendly and make good drinks. This would be a good place to start. You can always go gamble if there is no action at the pool. The Hilton across the street has a beautiful pool. As for the Marriott Desert Springs i have not tried it. Anyone know the scoop? 
clubthongs #11

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:04/20/2004 11:16:44Copy HTML

The Marriot Desert Springs (which is actually in Palm Desert) used to allow use of their pools if you had lunch and just wanted to hang.  The last few times I have been there they seemed a bit less inviting and reuqested a room key when you wanted a towel.  That was last season so I don't know what the policy is this season.
rogerp #12

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:04/20/2004 11:38:30Copy HTML

Reply to : delaplage


Just curious why the reluctance to try the clothing-optional resorts? I
tell my kids they should at least try something (generally) before they
form an opinion. I understand that there are several places - one with a
c/o bridge over the street! As much as I like thonging - I prefer nude when legal)!

Roger
clubthongs #13

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:04/22/2004 12:50:59Copy HTML

I understand that there are several places - one with a
c/o bridge over the street!

That is the "Desert Shadows" and it is a very nice resort.

 

socalflirt #14

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:04/30/2004 02:50:48Copy HTML

My wife and I have been going out to Palm Springs about once a month for the past few years.  The best place by far is "Terra Cotta Inn". 

Terra Cotta is a clothing optional couples resort with the friendliest/coolest people that visit year round.  The best part about TC is that they have a "Day Use" option.  You pay 35 bucks per visit and you can use the pool area and community room from 10am to 5pm.  You don't have to belong to any nudist org. or pay any dues.

Even if you just want to tan in a nice friendly atmosphere in your thong or g-string...give it a try. 

We've been to other places with nice pools...but nobody talks to one another.  At TC most people just strike up conversation out of just being friendly.

Art

Hacket #15

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:07/14/2004 10:40:56Copy HTML

I just went to Palm Springs and concur that both the Desert Hot Springs Spa and the Aqua Caliente Spa/Hotel/Casino were accepting with my thong swimwear. DHS had quite a few kids running around but you can't beat their $5 day use charge. At the Aqua Caliente, I paid the $35 and experienced their Taking to the waters which allowed for the use of their pool. I'm certain that if you just wanted to use the pool, you can get in, and grab a towel without anyone bringing up your status-- just spend some money at the bar or order some food. The place was pretty deserted for a Monday in July; I was also the only thong wearer at the pool, however, some girls were in some rather skimpy bikinis with rio style backs. Some kids here as well.
Hacket #16

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:07/14/2004 10:44:46Copy HTML

The Desert Shadows Inn allows day use for $25.  It is a very nice facility, however it is not clothing optional-- it is a nudist resort which is clothes free at all times;  I'm working on my thong tanline and was quite uncomfortable without having the option to wear my thong.  All people I met there in July were fully nude with the exception of wearing a towel to the pool/hot tub.
jleist #17

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:09/04/2004 02:12:56Copy HTML

I contacted the Wyndham hotel in Palm Springs recently via email, requesting a update for the wearing of thongs at their pool area. Here is their response:We do allow thong bathing suits, however we are also a family friendly hotel which means in the unlikely occurrence we have more than one parent on the pool deck that take offense to the exposure, we will ask you to change or cover up.Sounds fair enough. Note the word "unlikely". Also, if I am interpreting the message response accurately, one parent can complain, and nothing will occur. It will take "more than one" parent to complain for them to ask you to cover up. These all just increase the chances that thong wearing will be okay.PalmSprings will be shaping up forgreat thong weather in the near future. See you there!
ilets #18

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:09/04/2004 08:32:48Copy HTML

Reply to : jleist

I contacted the Wyndham hotel in Palm Springs recently via email, requesting a update for the wearing of thongs at their pool area. Here is their response:We do allow thong bathing suits, however we are also a family friendly hotel which means in the unlikely occurrence we have more than one parent on the pool deck that take offense to the exposure, we will ask you to change or cover up.
My wife and I stayed at the Villa Royale, small and nice.  We read in the shade by one of the three pools for three days in thongs with comfort.  Try it if you want something quiet.  Check out their website first.
max77056 #19

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:09/07/2004 01:17:40Copy HTML

I was in Palm Springs over Labor Day. I walked through the Wyndam just to check it out...beautiful place with a Vegas type pool. Several men in speedos and rio backs. Two hot body ladies in g-strings...one neon orange and the other in black. That may be your answer....if they allow women to wear them proudly it does not seem reasonable to go around and ask guys to cover up. anyway, alot of people enjoy seeing something 'different'.  I would also add that there are some slightly more private areas away from the crowd for sunning which some may prefer. It was a beautiful hot Palm Springs weekend for me.......but I had no idea that kids in this part of the country start school after Labor Day. All places were packed with kids as their last hurrah. I'll go back later this week for more peace and quiet and a more adult atmosphere.  
chasnsx #20

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:09/13/2004 09:46:25Copy HTML

Reply to : max77056

I stayed at the Hilton a couple of years ago, and wore a string side Dore with an 8 inch back, and drew appreciative stares from some of the women, a few of whom walked by the hot tub just to get a look at me.  A security guard also walked by just to see what I was wearing, but said nothing and left me alone.

Regards, Chas

 

willie_df #21

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:11/04/2004 09:07:51Copy HTML

I've been to Desert Springs Marriott........thong friendly
max77056 #22

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:03/25/2005 01:48:32Copy HTML

anybody checked out the new Morongo Hotel & Casino pool? looks great on the photo site. They appear to have a large pool and sandy beach area. I hope to check it out next month when I am in the Palm Springs area? anybody been there to lay out yet?   
clubthongs #23

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:03/29/2005 01:36:45Copy HTML

Morongo is a very nice pool but conservative.  I wore a rio back and still did not feel comfortable.  No problems, just alot of disapproving glances for others at the pool.
max77056 #24

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:09/19/2005 01:41:50Copy HTML

Well I did check out the Morongo Casino/Hotel/Spa since I am in the area. For LA area people that don't want to go all the way to Vegas and want a quicker getaway this may be the place. The casino portion is nice but most of these Indian Casinos in the area feel exactly the same. Sometimes you don't know which one you are in! The pool area has been modeled after Vegas type pools with an expansive area with Cabanas, sunning areas and elevated hot tubs at the far end. There is also one of those water jet slides that you can shoot out into the pool. The pool lady took me around as the place is still new and just taking off. She indicated there is a day pass for $25 whci includes full use of the health/workout facility and saunas. I did not tour the health club but it looked really nice...elevated and great views of the canyon. Of course I had to ask if thongs and g-strings were acceptable and she said "no problem at all" however, guests must cover up when re-entering the casino space. Bottom line: they are trying to attract a Hard Rock Vegas type crowd. There is a pool bar and cafe. It's a nice space....will be interesting to see if they attract the crowd they desire. Morongo Casino is the high rise on the Interstate 10 in the Cabazon area......easy to find.     
max77056 #25

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:10/06/2005 12:56:23Copy HTML

Just a quick follow up from the previous post. I did check out Morongo again over a weekend. I wanted to see what the crowd at the pool area was like. A girlfriend and I had lunch in the casino. ....great buffet...by the way......and then walked about the pool area. I am withholding judgement at this time. The place is beautiful but the crowd was a few dumpy people and some screaming kids. It's a shame because they really went all out with a beautiful resort type setting. Anyway, just following up from my previous post. They may want a Hard Rock crowd but it aint there yet!!! In all fairness the place is maybe a year old so it will take time to build a base. But as I mentioned I did ask the pool supervisor if thongs and g's were OK and she said it would be "no problem at all -- just please cover up when re-entering the building as that is part of the casino space". Morongo Casino and Hotel Resort is near Palm Springs....east of LA on the 10. Pool pass is $25 for the day and includes all the health/workout facilities.   
JM_Runs #26

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:02/21/2006 05:49:02Copy HTML

Palm Springs disappointment.

Stayed at the Hyatt Feb 16-20. Hotel said no thong bikini alllowed at pool due to city ordinance. I thought the ordinance was for girls on the back of motorcycles in thongs cruising Palm Canyon Drive. Can someone comment if and where thongs are accepted in the Palm Springs Area.

sailor250 #27

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:02/21/2006 07:28:02Copy HTML

I've worn them at a small inn pool with no problem many times, for weeks on end with no problem. I've not had anyone else wearing them, but the innkeeper comes over and talks to me alot.

I think you'd have better luck at a smaller place where the management and guests are more free to do as they please, instead of trying to please the masses.  A more private pool rather than a public pool

jn9195 #28

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:02/21/2006 11:05:18Copy HTML

Well, it made national news when Sonny Bono was the mayor and he banned thongs in the whole city.   That's been about 15 years ago.  Has the anti-thong law ever been changed since then?

I remember seeing that on the news.  He was on TV talking about how indecent they were...   That's the only thing I ever of him doing while he was the mayor.  The next time I heard about him was when he went snow skiing and smacked a tree.

 

 

clubthongs #29

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:02/21/2006 11:30:55Copy HTML

I have thonged at the Spa Hotel and Casino with no problems as well as numerous smaller establishments in the city of Palm Springs proper.  As recently as 3 weeks ago I was at the Wyndham in Palm Springs and wore a thong with no comments from the management. I have also worn thongs at the Marriot in Palm Desert dozens of times.
max77056 #30

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:02/24/2006 03:37:36Copy HTML

fast n free ---you need to check out other threads here which cover Palm Springs and Desert Hot Springs (near PS). I have thonged at numerous places in the PS area just like the clubthongs post. The ban on thongs is from years ago when spring breakers used to get crazy down there. The policy really has nothing to do with the resorts (private or public). Many of the resorts: Wyndam, the Spa Hotel, Morongo Casino, etc. etc. all allow thongs at their pools. I was only asked to cover up once at the Desert Hot Springs Spa when a lady complained about me. (no - I did not change and I stayed sunning by the pool another couple of hours). Again, if you scroll to the other threads it will shed light on thonging in Palm Springs and surrounding areas.   
abczyxabczyx #31

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:05/07/2006 09:37:24Copy HTML

I was at the Marriott in Palm Desert this weekend and saw two ladies wearing thongs.
sailor250 #32

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:07/02/2006 07:54:05Copy HTML

Anyone else have any recent experiences with thongs in Palm Springs?  I mean when it's 110 Fdegrees who wants to wear anything!

Anyone try any other motels or inns?  Aside from the clothing optional ones?

JM_Runs #33

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:05/25/2009 12:49:21Copy HTML

Any thong friendly hotels in the San Jacinto, Ca. area?
ownpool #34

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:06/06/2009 05:48:43Copy HTML

Several years ago Palm Springs had several B&Bs and a small hotel which were totally clothing optional at the pool.  Most guests wore nothing, a few wore thongs or bikini bottoms.  They are probably still around and would be easy to find on a good online search engine.
okeemm #35

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:06/07/2009 04:13:44Copy HTML

Check out the Morining Side Inn. Great place
sailor250 #36

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:06/08/2009 12:39:18Copy HTML

I remember reading somewhere of a trip report to the Calla Lily Inn.  They said the couple worn thongs and she sunned topless without a problem.

I might have to check out the place..it's a small 9 room inn near downtown with pool and spa in front of the rooms- enclosed for privacy

Anyone been there?

ownpool #37

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:06/08/2009 03:04:05Copy HTML

Yes,

My then-girlfriend and I stayed at Mornigside Inn about 12 years ago.  It was fine then.  Rooms were in good condition, pool was warm and seldom crowded, managment and other guests were friendly, but not obtrusive.  Guests' ages ran from thirties to sixties. We had the deluxe suite, which is worth the extra few dollars for the extra space. I took a look at Terra Cotta.  It's a much bigger place, probably attracts a younger clientele.  I have not been back simply because I haven't been to Palm Springs.
chasnsx #38

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:08/19/2009 06:18:11Copy HTML

Has anyone been to the Marriott in Palm Desert lately?  I notice the last report from that place is dated 2006.  I'm going there for Labor Day Weekend, and I guess if no one else has recent information, I'll be the one to write the report.

Chas
chasnsx #39

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:09/06/2009 10:24:07Copy HTML

Okay, here's the trip report on the Marriott Desert Springs:

The good news is, you can apparently still wear thong style swimwear here.  I have seen several women around the pool wearing Brazilian thong style bikini bottoms, but no men.  However, the pool area definitely has a Hard Rock style, anything goes vibe, and that is the bad news.

If the Marriott wanted a Hard Rock style crowd, they definitely got it.  The hotel now issues wrist bands for pool goers, and they check them at the entrance too, as we found out when we wandered to the pool entrance looking for the way to the golf shop.

We are here Labor Day weekend, and the pool has been super crowded on both Saturday and Sunday, to the point that if you want lounger space, you need to get out there by nine or ten a.m. and stake it out, and the pools themselves were wall to wall bodies.

There is some kind of disco on the property as well, and a large bar in the lobby, and there is a huge singles scene here in the evenings, with lots of girls in little cocktail dresses and guys dressed like Justin Timberlake in vests and stingy brim hats.  The singles crowd are pretty noisy in the hallways at night, too.

While the service and the golf courses are superlative, my wife and I like things a little quieter.  I am close to 50 and she is 30, and neither of us has much use for a horde of loud, drunken 20something singles. I wore Dore suits with no problem in the pool in the late evening (the pool is open until midnight, and almost deserted after dark, and the staff told me I could swim after midnight if I was quiet). You can thong here, but if the "Hard Rock" scene is not something you are into, you won't be comfortable, because finding a quiet corner and just sunbathing or reading a book is not going to work.    
chasnsx #40

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:09/07/2009 04:33:56Copy HTML

I forgot to add, during the days on Saturday and Sunday, the Marriott had two deejays poolside, playing lots of loud music.  It seemed mostly to be dance club pop and techno, and there was no rap or anything offensive, but I hope you folks get the idea that at least on weekends, the pool complex at the Marriott Desert Springs is definitely a Hardrock "Rehab" scene.  I do not know what it would be like on a summer weekday.

When my wife and I return to Palm Springs for more golf, we are going to try the Westin next time -- but I will bring my Dore suits and make another report when that happens.
thong_jock #41

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:05/17/2010 04:41:57Copy HTML

There is a thongers weekend in Palm Springs June 11, 12, 13 and 14 at the Terrazzo Hotel in Palm Springs. The crowd is mostly gay guys but all men into wearing skimpy thong swimwear are cool to show up. The hotel is fully booked but if you want to show up you can let the desk know you're part of the thongers weekend and you can hang out poolside in your skimpy spandex thongs with the rest of us. There are over 2 dozen guys booked so far.
chasnsx #42

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:06/21/2010 05:35:03Copy HTML

I recently stayed at the Hyatt Grand Champions resort in Indian Wells.  The place was lousy with children, but it did have a nice adults only pool, the Oasis pool.  The primary purpose of making it adults only seemed to be so that they could have a bar there that served beer and liquor.  I wore a one inch bikini the first day there, and found a quiet corner.  All the other guys were wearing dork shorts, but no one bothered me. On day two, I tried a conservative thong, and again had no trouble.  My only complaint is that this is really stealth thonging, rather than being able to move around in a liberal, thong friendly environment.

The Hyatt was not my first choice.  I really wanted to stay at the Viceroy, because it has three pools, and two of the three are adults only.  I get the impression that the Viceroy markets itself as an adult oriented resort, and makes some concessions for families.  If I get to the Viceroy in the future, I'll post a report.
sailor250 #43

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:12/17/2010 07:05:07Copy HTML

Anyone with new experiences in Palm Springs area?  It's one of the few areas in the USA warm enough to wear a thong most of the time it seems this year.

Anyone been to the Ace Swim Club Hotel?  How about the Poolhouse Hotel?
sandrhymes #44

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:01/20/2011 06:31:48Copy HTML

I went to Palm Springs for 5-6 days last summer after being fogged out at the coast.  I stayed at the Viceroy and had a great time.  They have 2 adult pools and a family pool.  I wore a thong for two days at the southern most adult pool without any real problems, although I was the only guy wearing one.  Several girls wore thongs, and one went topless for an hour or two.  I don't think the resort wants to market itself as thong friendly, but if you don't parade around, there don't appear to be any issues.

In the late afternoon the sun would finally reach the spa area in the back (I was there in July) where they have a few lounges and a hot tub.  Hardly anyone goes back there during the day except those getting their spa service treatments.  I could lay out there in a g-string for several hours, and bake in the 100+ deg temps.  A few other sunbathers would venture back there occasionally, and another went topless for a while.

I thought the Palm Springs area was great for those looking for some sun and hot temps.  Definitely plan on spending more time there since weather at the coast has been so unpredictable.  I spent some time researching other places in the area by stopping by and asking about their policies.  The Korakia and Calla Lily Inn both permit topless, thongs and gstrings.  The Hotel Zoso does not.

Also spent a couple of afternoons at the Morongo Casino.  They have a beautiful pool area, and when I asked at the pool entrance, I was informed that gstrings were permitted.  I spent a couple of hours late in the afternoon the first day in a gstring, and the next day after a two or three hours, a couple of hotel execs came out to ask if I could cover up.  They said they were getting hammered by complaints.  While they advertise having an adult pool, and permit gstrings, there is no separate pool for children and adults.  I guess a guy in a gstring was just too much for them.  Maybe the women don't have as much trouble.

Plan to go back this year a couple of times.  A lot of the resort spas seem to be adult only, and thongs and strings don't appear like they would be much of an issue.  Would like to check out  the Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel, the Pool House Inn and the Horizon Hotel.  There is a video of a couple at the Horizon Hotel with the guy in a gstring for a while:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lD4kTW_Slw 
sailor250 #45

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:05/13/2011 02:01:12Copy HTML

There is tons of info on this board- use the search feature to find several other threads about Palm Springs.

Recently I was able to spend some time in Palm Springs.  Was able to wear all kinds of suits at the Ca lla Lily Inn.  It's a small place near downtown, all rooms right at the pool. The owner saw me in all sorts of suits.  No problems, few others staying there that week, usually had to pool to myself.  I think I only wore a thong once- rest of the time it was Gstrings , baggie strings ( pouch with waist band only no crotch string), semikinis ( one side strap only) - since some are tanthru came home with no tanlines. Though I didn't see any I understand topless for women is cool there too.

Also look for threads about Desert Hot Springs and Palm Desert.
jn9195 #46

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:05/13/2011 09:04:00Copy HTML

 That's way too expensive. :)

sandrhymes #47

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:05/13/2011 08:17:06Copy HTML

Let us know how your trip turns out.  I will probably be going again in June and am looking forward to trying some new places.
flthongtanlines #48

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:05/20/2011 02:08:09Copy HTML

Always a great time at the Desert Hot Springs Hotel.  Thongs tollerated there as long as no one complains.  Cheap day passes too.
thong_jock #49

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:05/21/2011 02:22:24Copy HTML

 Going to the Hotel Terrazzo June 10-12 for Thongers Weekend here. Nothing but guys in thongs all 3 days!
chasnsx #50

Re:Palm springs hotels

Date Posted:07/08/2011 02:19:11Copy HTML

 The San Giuliano is also a nice little place -- eight units clustered around the pool, and adults only/adults preferred (meaning they only allow children if the customer makes special prior arrangement with the management).  Several units have private patios and private hot tubs.  We spent 4th of July weekend there, and I spent most of my time there walking around in various tiny Dore bikinis with no problems.
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