La Quinta Resort & Club
The iconic Spanish inspired La Quinta Resort & Club has a new partnership with New York fashion designer Ramy Brook.
The collaboration combines the contemporary womenswear brand and the Waldorf Astoria Resort famous as a hideout for Hollywood legends Katherine Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart and Clark Gable. The new Ramy Brook 2022 Spring Collection photos highlighting new designs were shot at the resort and feature a new “La Quinta” dress that celebrates desert fashion and comfort. There is also a new “Shop & Sip” package, which includes a two-night stay at one of the resort’s private suites, a $500 shopping credit for a Ramy Brook Spring 2022 look and a complimentary bottle of Whispering Angel rosé.
“Ramy Brook’s sophistication and vibrant colors are a natural extension of La Quinta Resort that perfectly mirror the hues of our citrus groves, glistening pools and watercolor sunsets,” said Dermot Connoly, General Manager at La Quinta Resort & Club. “It was a pleasure to work with the female-founded brand to create a signature ‘La Quinta” look and shoppable experience for our guests.”
La Quinta Resort & Club
“The colors and designs within this collection are specifically highlighted by the breathtaking views and luxury of the property and really bring the sentiment of our collection to life,” said Ramy Brook Sharp, Founder of Ramy Brook.
La Quinta’s guestrooms and villas reflect the resort’s colorful desert environment. Set in an earthen palette of terracotta, ivory and chocolate, guestrooms feature custom tile work and wrought iron elements and two-toned blocked drapes. Citrus-hued pillows and throws adorn Wingback style headboards and Victorian chairs. Rooms also house big flat-screen televisions, mini fridges, charging stations with dual USB ports, Keurig coffee makers and fire pits.
The resort features 620 casitas and suites and 98 villas, a 23,000 square foot spa, 41 swimming pools, 53 hot spas and more than 23 tennis courts. The resort’s flagship restaurant, Morgan’s in the Desert, houses the original arched wood ceiling and a huge fireplace. The space is divided into a large U-shaped bar offering live music and small plates, an outdoor patio are and a large main dining room. New dishes include an emphasis on vegetarian ingredients. The resort also houses The Adobe Grill, a large Mexican restaurant featuring an outdoor patio, guacamole made tableside and award-winning tamales and margaritas. Below the Grill is Twenty6, the resort’s art deco-inspired American bistro.
To book the Shop and Sip package and other stays at La Quinta Resort & Club, visit www.laquintaresort.com.