Guests of La Quinta Resort and Club have access to a variety of recreation facilities, including 5 championship golf courses, tennis courts and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Spa La Quinta offers massage and facials. It is 2 miles from downtown La Quinta and 20 miles from Palm Springs International Airport.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Dining options at La Quinta Resort range from fine dining at Morgan’s in the Desert to authentic Mexican cuisine at the Adobe Grill. Ernie’s Sports Bar and Twenty6 also have full bar menus.
Free Wi-Fi and a refrigerator are standard in every room at the La Quinta. All rooms are decorated with 1920s-inspired décor and include air conditioning.
Free parking is available at the resort, which is a 4-minute drive from the La Quinta Museum. Shopping is available on site or in Old Town La Quinta, 1.2 miles away.
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