I stayed for two weekend nights (Fri.-Sat.) in mid-June for $60/night. There is a mandatory $6.25/night resort fee (which becomes $7.50 with tax.) I'm not sure what is included for this price, although I did receive the Los Angeles Times delivered to my door both days. And the parking is free.
The hotel is located north of downtown Palm Springs, at the corner of Vista Chino and Indian Canyon Dr. It's clearly an older property (you can tell by the photos of all of the old time celebrities who've stayed there in the lobby display), but it's been well-maintained,and upgraded over the years. For example, the elevator frames have clearly been painted over numerous times, but the interiors were beautifully decorated. The lobby area is also quite nice (concierge service and valet parking are both available), and there are even pool tables there (in an upper level portion of the lobby.)
The property is sprawling, and includes numerous tennis courts and an 18-hole putting course. There are two major sections of guest rooms-- the main area, which consists of the lobby and several wings organized in spoke-like fashion around a circular hallway. In the center of the wheel is the main pool area.
There are a few additional buildings that are connected by interior hallways to the main complex, but have their own pool area (the East Pool.) I was assigned to a second-floor room in building 4 in this complex.
Buildings 4 and 5 are connected to each other; they're both three stories with interior hallways and elevators. There are suites and meeting rooms on the first floor.
The room I received had two queen beds and was quite nice. I had a view of the East Pool area (large regular pool, wading pool and hot tub.) The room had an unusual window area-- the window angled back and forth a few times to provide more window area than you would have with a straight line of windows. And it allowed for a small area that was a bit separated from the rest of the room; this is where the desk was located. Although it was not noted anywhere, there was free wireless high speed Internet access, but no regular high-speed (i.e., wired) Internet access.
Room amenities: iron and ironing board, coffee maker, cable TV (but no premium channels), Neutrogena bath products, magnifying mirror, clock radio, pillow-top mattresses.
I didn't use the pools, tennis or golf facilities or any of the restaurants (there's a bar, a nice restaurant, and a coffee bar in the lobby area), so I can't comment on them. Service was fine, although on checkout day I received my bill under the door with instructions advising me to use the video checkout. When I tried to do so I discovered that the system was down, so I ended up driving up to the lobby on the way out. Other than that, no glitches! I'd definitely stay there again-- and next time I'll use the pool!