The Pink Cabana restaurant has its own flavor and again offers a nod to the history as well as the future of this part of Coachella Valley.
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Come for the Instagram moment, stay for the remarkable hospitality of Palm Springs’ best new hotels.
The cocktail program is ingredient driven with a handpicked wine list to enhance the food. There’s classic cocktails like a mojito, an old fashioned and a colada, but all with unique ingredients and surprises.
Take in the Moroccan-inspired patterns throughout the 46 guest rooms, pool area and Mediterranean-driven The Pink Cabana restaurant.
The feeling is a perfect blend of Morocco and mid-century, with black, white and glass detailing plus jewel tones.
The iconic California chef is headed to the Sands Hotel & Spa for an exclusive dinner in collaboration with chef Jason Niederkorn.
Besides offering luxurious, well-appointed suites, Sands has a fabulous pool deck and pool cabana restaurant, and a Moroccan Spa that’s next-level.
A pastel-pink oasis bursting out of the parched desert, the Sands Hotel offers the chance to stay in that rarest of destinations: the past.
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For the Pink Cabana at the Sands Hotel in Indian Wells, California, Martyn Lawrence Bullard combined a mélange of Moroccan, midcentury and preppy motifs to create an eclectic, old-school country-club vibe.
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“It’s hard not to relax at this wellness resort and spa in Desert Hot Springs.
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The Sands extends the line of ring-a-ding-ding desert cool to the deeper end of the Coachella Valley.
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Instagram sensation interiors have made this a magnet for influencers who come just for selfies in the black-and-white Moroccan-tiled lobby.
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The Sands Hotel
is a whimsical blend of bold pattern, warm sunset hues and vibrant Sixties style.
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One of the prettiest dining rooms in town—The Pink Cabana at Sands Hotel & Spa—is celebrating a refreshed menu from chef Ethan Brown, giving us even more of a reason to visit the Indian Wells hot spot.
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The pink palace is filled with shimmering tiles, patterned headboards, striped cabanas and all the trimmings. It is beautifully done and bundles of fun.
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The ultra-glam boutique hotel is equal parts old-school Palm Springs, mid-century glamour, and Moroccan and Mediterranean influences.
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Inspired by Palm Springs’ midcentury tennis and racquet clubs, this Indian Wells breakfast, lunch and dinner spot has a colorful interior: Think pink banquettes, green-and-white tile and palm leaf wallpaper.
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The colorful eatery is decked out with pink banquettes, palm-print wallpaper, and gorgeous gallery walls, and serves Mediterranean- and Moroccan-influenced cuisine.
I think we all need giant pink day beds in our lives. Next to a giant pool. This is the @sandshotelspa – a new hotel that’s so awesome for a getaway.
Pink walls, Moroccan flair, photographs of leisurely desert days gone by—these are just a few of the elements Martyn incorporated throughout the property, most notably in its on-site restaurant, the Pink Cabana.
The 46-room boutique hotel is the first of its kind in the charming desert community and has everything going for it.
Now, those making like a Golden Age star and heading out to the desert for a weekend away will have one more Instagram-worthy resort to choose from with the recently debuted Sands Hotel & Spa.
The warm, rosy tone makes everyone look attractive in its glow, and black and white provide just enough contrast to add an exotic flavor, giving the hotel its Moorish vibes.”
Along with its stunning style, the spa experience is truly an authentic one built on the Moorish focus of the property and the spa.
The Sands Hotel in Indian Wells, California, was redesigned by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, who took a former 1950s apartment structure behind The Nest watering hole and turned it into a sexy hotel
This all-day gem at the new Sands Hotel in Indian Wells boasts a gold-accented bar, palm-patterned wallpaper, retro photography, and cocktails worthy of your Instagram feed.
Los Angeles interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s hotel renovations tend to follow a pattern — or, rather, dazzling patterns, created by bold colors and Moroccan-influenced textiles and tiles.
Indian Wells is home to what may be the region’s buzziest new retreat: Sands Hotel & Spa.
One of desert’s hottest restaurants to open in 2018, Pink Cabana attracts diners not just for its food, but also its delightful pastel brasserie-style interior.
Playing with a bubble-gum-pink hue paid off for Bullard’s dining concept inside Sands Hotel & Spa, where the cathedral ceiling and plush banquette in this shade shoulder a gallery wall.
After joining The Pink Cabana last year, Brown put his own spin on the menu, adding touches like tagine and mezze that nod totherestaurant’s Moroccan-tinged decor and a gargantuan club sandwich that honors Indian Wells’ tennis club pedigree.
They are all excellent, for different reasons: with exposed beam ceilings, russet red walls, concrete floors with inlaid pebbles and butterfly chairs; Sands as the first designer boutique in Indian Wells.
Lee and Aaron booked the Sands Hotel and Spa for their 150-guest weekend celebration. “We wanted playful, elevated kitsch mixed with classic Palm Springs resort flair and some classic Hollywood glam thrown in the mix.
If Martin Lawrence Bullard’s stylish homage to a classic tennis club at Sands Hotel & Spa doesn’t transport you to another world (it will), grab an outdoor table and let the pool’s Marrakesh-meets-St. Tropez vibe and chef Jason Niederkorn’s new menu complete the journey.