Coco Cabana Hideaway

Mid-Century Accommodations

Owned by Modtraveler’s creator, Ken MacIntyre, and located in coveted South Palm Springs, this quiet one bedroom condo is tucked away in the iconic mid-century enclave of Coco Cabana; a beautiful 5 acre complex which boasts modernist architecture surrounded by mountain views.

Two lighted tennis courts, a Jacuzzi and a large sparkling pool are also available for guests to use, while grocery stores, restaurants, public transportation and hiking are all within walking distance. Free laundry is also offered on site.

This adorable 700 sq. ft. unit is bright and modern and has been given the Modtraveler treatment; renovated in August, 2017, it’s been decorated in classic mid-century vintage and new retro furnishings without sacrificing modern day amenities such as free WiFi and Netflix, a flat screen Smart TV, and a Bose stereo with Bluetooth connectivity.

The Coco Cabana was designed by Charles W. Doty and began as an apartment hotel in 1956, converting to condominiums in the late 1970s. Guests return to “The Coco” year after year, often becoming lifelong friends.

We’re so happy to be able to share this special place with our followers. For more information, or to book your getaway at our Coco Cabana Hideaway, visit the Vacation Palm Springs website, or contact us here.

We hope to see you soon! To book your stay, visit Vacation Palm Springs!

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