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Summer Season Kicks Off On Memorial Day. Hacienda Beach Club Host Splash House June 13-16

Forget what you think you know about Palm Springs – Frank Sinatra impersonators, purple rinses, piano lounges – Hacienda Beach Club is set to usher in a new phase in the desert’s entertainment offerings.

By day Hacienda Beach Club is a music driven desert lover’s paradise. Picture dancing to some of the world’s best DJs barefoot in a grassy palm tree shaded oasis. But forget Vegas Bottle Service EDM Bros, Hacienda is all about mountain sunsets, and jamming poolside to some of electronic music’s freshest State of the art cabanas provide private retreats, bocce ball courts a playful aside, while after-dark outdoor firepits and illuminated fountains set the mood for nocturnal moments.

Throughout it all revelers can indulge in an extensive cocktail menu, featuring over 75 tequila options, and fresh juices blended on property. A sunny vaulted ceiling patio and dining room complete with ceviche, crudo and made-to-order Bloody Mary raw bar, ushers you into the deliciously contrasting Day Of The Dead inspired interior of Hacienda.

Whether you choose to dine, grab a drink at one of the three bars, hang in the lounge, or dance to a late-night DJ set, this Mexican Noire inspired interior makes it easy to while away an evening.


Hacienda’s unique menu is overseen by Santa Fe’s Rob Wepplo. Dishes are cooked from scratch, and are inspired by New Mexico, California and the Slow Food ideals of local, seasonal, fresh and sustainable cuisine. Example menu items include Sea Bass Vera Cruzana with onion, garlic, jalapeños, olives; Braised Short Ribs with cilantro chimichurri, and chipotle chiles; Grilled Salmon with cilantro crema, cucumber escabeche and red chiles.

Hacienda Beach Club was designed by the award-winning architect Chris Pardo, whose work is best encapsulated as simply modern. He was named one of Worldwide Architecture’s top 40 under 40 in 2011, was a commendation award winner from the American Institute of Architects, and has received numerous local awards in Seattle and Palm Springs, where his offices are based.