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Nowhere, 45678
Antarctica
Main: 730-1000
Email: Email Hotel Marc Sales
CEO: Marc Sales
Website: www.anothertestproperty.com
Elite Rating
Planner Rating: 0.6
Chain Independent
Opened 2010
Guest Rooms 500
Kings/Suites/Doubles 500 / 500 / 500
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Fees/Taxes

Resort Fee $4
Room Tax 20%
Sales Tax 8.5%

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Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 100ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 1,000ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 100,000ft²

Airport Proximity

Los Angeles
180 min 60 miles (97 km)

Business:

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www.wynnmeetings.com

Recreation:

Swimming pool with a swim-up bar

Nearby:

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Onsite Dining: Capacity
Elite Food
202
American
Yum Yums
449
Italian

F&B Averages:

Breakfast Buffet $30 Cont. $25
Lunch Buffet $35 Plated $20
Dinner Buffet $25 Plated $25
Coffee Break $25
2-Hour Open Bar $25
Elite Overview Planner Ratings & Reviews
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0.6
1 review
Arrival Experience:
0.5
Accommodations:
1.0
Food & Beverage:
0.5
Guest Service Experience:
0.5
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Property News
14 of the Best-Designed Hotel Restaurants in the U.S.
Posted November 15, 2019
Read on to discover one of the best-designed restaurants in America.
Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard took inspiration from midcentury racquet clubs for the design of The Pink Cabana at Sands Hotel & Spa in Indian Wells, California. The colorful eatery is decked out with pink banquettes, palm-print wallpaper, and gorgeous gallery walls, and serves Mediterranean- and Moroccan-influenced cuisine.

For more information follow this link : architecturaldigest.com/gallery/best-designed-hotel-restaurants-us
The New York Times : Moroccon Inspired Interiors
Posted March 7, 2019
What is Moroccan style, exactly? it is a mix of nomadic Berber, Arab-Islamic and European influences that slightly changes character as you venture across the region.
Not long ago, interiors were expected to be chill. But as more decorators lay on color and pattern with the giddiness of paintball enthusiasts, they are borrowing from places where lush, layered and crazy combinations are standard operating aesthetics.

More specifically, Ms. Stephanie Rudloe, the owner of Marrakech Designs in Boston said, “an imaginative fantasy” might include “mosaic tile walls, inlay tables, a glass chandelier from Egypt or Venice, metal lanterns, Berber carpets and banquettes covered in a patterned French velvet or an Indian paisley.”

Such objects age well. Martyn Lawrence Bullard, a Los Angeles interior designer, has created fabric, wallpaper and rugs with Moroccan motifs, and infused bits of Moroccan style into the Hotel Californian in Santa Barbara and the Sands Hotel & Spa in Indian Wells, Calif., as well as into homes for Khloe Kardashian and Cher.

Follow this link for more info : https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/07/style/inspiration-morocco.html
The best openings, tasting menus, and launches across the globe
Posted August 28, 2018
Indian Wells, CA: Cabana Under the Stars Dinner with Jeremiah Tower
The iconic California chef is headed to the Sands Hotel & Spa for an exclusive dinner in collaboration with chef Jason Niederkorn. Held in The Sands’ restaurant The Pink Cabana (where Niederkorn serves as executive chef), the six-course dinner will feature the chefs’ spins on classic dishes including oyster tartare, foie gras angolotti, and passion fruit, almond, and peach baked Alaska. The Pink Cabana’s sommelier and beverage director Mollie B Casey will offer a curated selection of cocktails and wines to accompany the meal.

Follow this link for more info :https://www.departures.com/travel/restaurants/what-to-eat-drink-week-august-28-2018
The Kardashians' Interior Designer Creates a Luxury Hotel in Indian Wells
Posted July 2, 2018
Celebrity interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard on his newest dreamy desert hideaway, Sands Hotel & Spa.
Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, who works with the Kardashians, Cher, Elton John and Tommy Hilfiger, is no stranger to creating dreamy hideaways (Colony Palms, Casa Laguna and Hotel Californian, to name just a few). But he’s outdone himself with the new Sands Hotel & Spa in Indian Wells, taking it from “nondescript ‘60s building” to desert hot spot with a distinct Moroccan flavor inspired by the one architectural standout of the original structure: gracefully curved archways.

He asked the owners to plant enormous palm trees to give the landscaping a lush vibe not unlike La Mamounia in Marrakech, whose gardens he referenced and hoped would disguise the architecture. “Then I used layers of wonderful desert pinks and stripes to add an element of fantasy.”

Fantasy and glamour were definitely two things missing from the last incarnation of Sands, a run-down apartment building that Bullard said lacked any of the old-school glamour of Southern California's wealthy desert communities. So he looked to what Indian Wells is famous for — tennis and golf tournaments. He brought those influences into the built-from-scratch Pink Cabana restaurant, which is decorated with Rat Pack-era photography of people playing tennis, as well as old tennis trophies, vintage golf clubs, and golf course maps — "all this great stuff from the ‘30s, ‘40s, ‘50s and ‘60s when the area was having its major heyday.”

Bullard designed a palm leaf print that was used on wallpaper and upholstery to give what may be the first hip restaurant in Indian Wells a “loungey, sexy environment." It is also home to incredible food by chef Jason Niederkorn. Other important spaces are the lobby, where mixed tiles make a strong impact, and the pool, full of cabanas, daybeds and “layers of luxurious pillows.”

The same light richness is prevalent in the 46 guest rooms, which vary in size and include a bi-level presidential suite. The feeling is a perfect blend of Morocco and mid-century, with black, white and glass detailing plus jewel tones. In true Bullard style, every piece was designed specifically for the hotel and custom made.

Key to making the rooms somewhere for guests to really relax and hang out was building a beautiful mini bar. Bullard devised cocktail cabinets with Moroccan mashrabiya screen doors. "I love checking into a hotel where it’s got a really beautiful looking bar, whether you drink alcohol or not. It’s a welcoming moment.”

The Moroccan-inspired spa has a skylight above a large bed where guests can lounge and drink mint tea after their services. “It directs pure daylight into the space, so it’s a great place to come and read a book, drink a tea and just chill out.”

Ultimately, it’s all about getting away, he says. “The second you get to the San Jacinto Mountains, something blocks that energy of L.A. and you breathe a sigh of relaxation, and I want that feeling to really exist within the hotel.”

Follow this link for more : https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/kardashians-interior-designer-creates-a-luxury-hotel-indian-wells-1124540
Brand New Meeting Space
Posted March 11, 2013
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