Venue Search in Palm Springs!

posted 8 years ago in Inland Empire, California
Post # 3
555 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

The ONLY thing that comes to mind would be The Chase, it’s just off the strip probably to small for what you’re after and probably much more suitable to a very casual wedding ceremony and reception (not sure what style you’re looking for) BUT I’ve stopped going there recently because of terrible service. My point though is that there are tons of places like this, smaller privately owned less corporate that you could BYO and totally DYI (with a coordinator and vendors not necessarily actually DIY) but places like that that would be open for the hotel being rented for the entire weekend. My suggestion would be start searching hotel listings for the area and I bet you’ll find someplace perfect. The other thing to keep in mind is there are TONS of houses to rent in the area, I think you said you wanted one location for everyone (?) but if you can’t find something maybe you find a house to hold the wedding at just off the strip and a hotel really close by, some of them are even within walking distance of each other. Maybe contact the Chamber of Commerce or Vistors Bureau Good luck!

Post # 4
3162 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Oh but I LOVE La Quinta! I want to live there and have that be my estate. I see what you’re saying about being closer to downtown but it’s just so magical there. I know this isn’t helpful but I just wanted to give a shout out to La Quinta 🙂

Post # 6
1 posts

Hey there,

 I HIGHLY recommend you check out a B&B called Korakia Pensione. It was built in the 1920s to resemble a Moroccan villa. I stayed there over Christmas a few years ago. I would have loved to have my wedding there if the location were more feasible.  Check it out


Post # 9
128 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010


At the Korakia, my understanding is that you must rent out the entire grounds and all the rooms on site.  I think a lot of people come from far away to do destination weddings.

I found a bed and breakfast called Casa Cody.  Thats where I will be doing my wedding at in Palm Springs, behind the Starbucks on Palm Canyon.  The bed and breakfast is located on Cahuilla road with a nice view of the mountains.  There is a historic casita on site (its called the Adobe House).  We are renting the grounds and the Casita which are situated along with a large Fountain on a very secluded area of the grounds which really make it intimate. 

You should be able to find it on the web with no difficulty. Ask for RANDA she is really nice.  Tell her Luz referred you. 

Its really pretty, the pictures again, do not do it justice.  If you do a website search for wedding photos casa cody, it will pop up a couple of photography websites and you can see some actual wedding photos on line of the place.

Anyway, good luck with your planning.  Loulee

Post # 9
1 posts


Hi Loulee, could you please tell me how much it costs to rent the entire Casa Cody hotel for a wedding  (plus a one night booking of all the rooms of course)? I can’t seem to find the price ANYWHERE online! 

Thank you,


Post # 10
46404 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

e1i2e: Loulee has not been active on the Boards for 5 years.

I suggest you email the owners. Any price quoted from 6 years ago is not going to be relevant today.

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There are a number of recent reviews on TripAdvisor. You could try asking those reviewers.

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