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Casa Cody

Small Hotels & Inns Architecture: Historic


Casa Cody is the oldest operating hotel in Palm Springs, founded in the 1920s by Hollywood pioneer Harriet Cody, cousin of the illustrious Buffalo Bill. Under the management of Casetta Group, Casa Cody has embarked on a historic preservation and revitalization project to usher the celebrated Palm Springs establishment into the present day with a modernist aesthetic and lifestyle amenities and services while honoring its Spanish Colonial Revival heritage, adobe hacienda architecture, and timeless soul.

Quiet and secluded yet just steps from Palm Springs’ center, Casa Cody is an enduring romantic respite with 30 accommodations, including four freestanding homes, situated on over 1.5 tranquil acres in front of the rising backdrop of the San Jacinto Mountains under the open skies of the California desert. Winding pathways surrounded by wild bougainvillea, native plantings and fruit trees throughout lead to two swimming pools, new food and beverage offerings for guests, an edible garden, outdoor tubs and showers, and wide-open lawns.

Every Casa is one-of-a-kind. Inside, heritage elements mix with colorful and modern Spanish revivalist appointments to capture the hotel’s history in unique ways. Found in different pockets of the grounds, the Casa Cody rooms allow every guest to create their own experience.


  • Breakfast Included
  • EV Charging Station
  • Family Friendly
  • Fireplace
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • Hot Tub
  • Kitchenette
  • Microwave in Room
  • Swimming Pool

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