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Originally built in the 1950s, Riviera Palm Springs continues to embrace mid-century modern design and the Hollywood glamor that has come to define Palm Springs. The hotel’s lounges and public spaces embody both chic modern style and funky vintage design. The lobby and lounge are marked by orange lattice walls, mirrored tables, oversized leather seating and Guatemalan coin art of celebrities such as Cher and Phyllis Diller. Retro furnishings, a crystal-encrusted pool table and a white grand piano add to the hotel’s fabulous design. The Riviera’s guest rooms are also outfitted with retro beds and couches, all in swanky white and black for added elegance. Oversized crystal chandeliers are another design feature of The Riviera, and they’re seen everywhere from the lobby to the onsite restaurant, Circa 59.