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Iconic Palm Springs Resort Welcomes 80,000 Music Lovers to Coachella Valley this April

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – Jan. 31, 2013 – To celebrate the 14th annual Coachella Music Festival, Riviera Palm Springs – part of the Noble House Hotels & Resorts collection – invites music buffs to indulge in the biggest three-day music festival on the west coast with the all-inclusive “Sleep In and Rock Out,” starting at $1,959 *. Guests spend two epic weekends – April 12-14 and 19-21 – amping up at this legendary resort while soaking in the tunes of Coachella headliners Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phoenix, Blur and The Stone Roses.

$1,959 all-inclusive*

• Promo Code: COACHELLA
• “Rock On with a View” Suite Accommodations
• “At Your Door” Festival Shuttle and Daily Valet
• Late-night Munchies Nightly
• Coachella-inspired Welcome Cocktail
• In-room Festival Survival Kit
• Daily Recovery Breakfast

Coachella announced the 2013 line-up on Jan. 25, showing no lack of genres with more than 160 bands representing rock, indie, hip hop and electronic music, including: Moby, The Postal Service, Aesop Rock, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Wu-Tang Clan, Benny Benassi, Modest Mouse and Vampire Weekend. The ultimate music weekend at Riviera Palm Springs takes the stage with signature Coachella-inspired cocktails upon check-in, kicking the weekend off on a high note. To prepare for a day of heart pumping riffs,
swanky suite accommodations offer a remix from traditional digs, designed in chic, modern décor – just steps from the pulse of the resort – the pool. A Festival Survival Kit awaits in-room with bottled water, energy drinks and aspirin to tune up for the day or cure the result of a late night.

Daily valet and round-trip shuttle transfers allow festivalgoers to catch as many acts as possible. Upon return to Riviera, late-night munchies await offering snack-food favorites delivered in-room to refuel the weary before hitting the sheets or the streets for the night. After a weekend of beats and bass, recovery comes in the form of daily breakfast at Circa 59 with Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas to jumpstart the day.

Sparkling pools with private cabanas, fire pits and sun-drenched chaise lounges call for chilled cocktails created by mixologists at Bikini Bar or the new Chiki Bar & Pool – a retro-Polynesian tiki chic hideaway with Palapa-style bar inspired by the 60’s. The party continues beyond the festival with the “Beauty and the Beat” poolside shopping bazaar, featuring trunk shows, lawn games, cooking demonstrations by Executive Chef Jesse Souza, photo booths, tattoo artists, a Beer Garden with specialty cocktails, and SpaTerre mini-massages. Poolside DJs spin the hottest hits all afternoon, with specials including the signature Frank Sinatra Cocktail Hour
& Flag Raising, offering 50 percent off drinks from 4–5 p.m. daily. A newly opened third pool deck offers a Watsu soaking pool with an additional 200 lounge chairs, eight cabanas and two fire pits, catering to guests looking for a more relaxed environment to re-charge for another full day of music.

Situated at the base of the majestic San Jacinto mountains, Riviera Palm Springs is an iconic playground of the past to the likes of Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack, characterized today as Old Hollywood glamour, with a fresh, playful twist. Creating a "re-mix" of 60s influences, from oversized crystal chandeliers and vibrant shag rugs, to Andy Warhol pop art and an eclectic blend of retro furnishings, Riviera Palm Springs also boasts hundreds of towering palms, sparkling pools, private cabanas and intimate poolside fire pits. For more information on Riviera Palm Springs, call 866-588-8311 or visit www.psriviera.com. To engage
with the resort, visit Facebook.com/RivieraPalmSprings and Twitter.com/RivieraPS.

*Minimum three-night stay required. Based on double occupancy. Offer is based on availability.