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Parker Palm Springs is mid-century modern design unlike you’ve ever seen it before. The elegant 13-acre property lived former lives as both Gene Autry’s estate and a resort under Merv Griffin. Today, the site boasts interior design by Jonathan Adler, who drew inspiration from Morocco and beyond while incorporating modernism’s signature sleek lines and simplicity. The result is the Parker’s signature personality: eclectic chic. Retro furnishings, sky-high white ceilings and off-the-wall art (including life-size suits of armor and ‘70s-era geometric room dividers) define the lobby, which spills into a funky indoor lounge with fire pit. Well-manicured hedges line the garden paths to the Palm Springs hotel’s guest rooms, which are decorated with mid-century modern furnishings, hip art pieces and Moroccan ornaments.