A Marriage of Elegance: Le Vallauris and Willows Historic Palm Springs InnTwo of the most historic locales in Palm Springs—Le Vallauris and Willows Historic Inn—have joined together to create an upscale accommodation and culinary partnership. For those visiting or throwing an event in the Coachella Valley, Le Vallauris and Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn should be at the top of your preferred vendors list.
About Le Vallauris
Tastefully appointed with Flemish tapestries and Louis XV antiques, the highly Zagat-rated Le Vallauris restaurant is one of Palm Springs’ most praised dining rooms. Executive Chef, Jean Paul Lair, is an epicurean artist. His dishes are a fusion of Mediterranean, French and California cuisine and are sure to please even the most sophisticated of palates. General Manager, Paul Bruggemans, understands the finer points of running a spectacular house and is the person you want by your side when planning an event or wedding in Palm Springs.
An outdoor garden area, private party room, lounge, gazebo and formal dining room make up Le Vallauris’ grounds.
About Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn
“Without question, the most fetching new small hotel in Palm Springs,” says respected travel writer Jerry Hulse of the Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn. No detail is left unnoticed at this intimate, 8 guest room boutique hotel. From the hand-milled soaps to the Egyptian cotton sheets, everything at the Willows Inn oozes old Hollywood decadence. The heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi are the icing on the cake and a favorite of guests.
Conveniently, Le Vallauris and the Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn are located directly across the street from one another. Hotel guests are able to order room service through Le Vallauris, while the Inn is a favorite accommodation of brides getting married at Le Vallauris. If you’re looking for a venue that feels like an oasis, the combination of Le Vallauris and Willows Historic Inn is sure to hit the mark.