Casa Cody is the oldest operating hotel in Palm Springs, founded in the 1920s by Hollywood pioneer, Harriet Cody, cousin to the legendary, Buffalo Bill. Our hotel is nestled against the spectacular San Jacinto mountains, in the heart of Palm Springs.
In the early 1900s, Harriet and Harold Bryant Cody came by wagon from Hollywood to Palm Springs. They settled on land that was to become Casa Cody and built a home. By the 1920s, Harriet established the property as a hotel and it became the stomping grounds for legends of the arts community, visiting the desert. Charlie Chaplin, American Opera Singer Lawrence Tibbett, and AnaÏs Nin spent time on property, particularly in the Adobe House, where a stage was built and Tibbett’s piano was kept below the House for performances and parties.
Booking now available for our early 2021 opening