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Construction underway on new gay-luxury Palm Springs Hotel

September 13, 2012 O&AN Staff Reports   Comments

Palm Springs, Calif. – After months of red-tape delays, construction has begun and is advancing on schedule for the luxury gay condominium hotel, Random Haus Palm Springs.

The property will boast 12 ultra-luxury condominiums in an amazing location that is just a short walk to downtown Palm Springs. The condos will range from approximately 1100 to over 2100 square feet with two- and three- bedroom, two- and three-bath units available. This all-suite, condominium hotel property will offer the largest and grandest accommodations for the gay traveler in the Valley.

The building was originally constructed in 1963. Its horizontal lines and simple, rectangular shapes are signature design elements of the Mid-Century Modern architectural style.

Random Haus Palm Springs will be managed by Ohio based Riley Hotel Group, which boasts inclusion in the Top 100 Hotel Management Companies list since 2008. RHG currently manages 14 properties in the United States and internationally, making Random Haus it’s 15th hotel.

“We are very excited about this most recent addition to the Riley Hotel Group,” said Riley Hotel Group president Joe Moffa. “This is our first California property and it is poised to also be our most luxurious hotel to date. We anticipate waiting lists to get into this amazing Palm Springs property.”

Each condominium will be furnished with stainless steel appliances, wine coolers, spa-inspired bathrooms with “looking glass” showers, and entertainment centers with flat screen televisions in the living rooms and bedrooms.

The property will feature a sparkling courtyard pool, barbecue grills, balconies or patios for each condo, a community garden with fire pit, and full-time housekeeping and concierge.

For more information, visit www.randomhauspalmsprings.com

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