The Chateau at Lake La Quinta to Offer Tennis Themed Package

Beginning April 3, 2017, the Chateau at Lake La Quinta will offer guests a new "Grand Slam" package, including a private tennis lesson for two people (equipment included) at the renowned Indian Wells Tennis Garden, home of the recent BNP Paribas Open. The package also includes a massage for two and lake-view accommodations in a guestroom or bungalow. 

Opened in October 2015, the hotel boasts 24 private suites and bungalows with panoramic views of Lake La Quinta and the San Jacinto Mountains. The Chateau at Lake La Quinta is a suitable retreat for couples, families and friends as the first and only waterfront hotel in Palm Springs.

Nestled in the Coachella Valley, the hotel offers personalized service and amenities, including a 24-hour pool and a farm-to-table restaurant. Nearby, guests can explore five PGA golf courses, boating, hiking, horseback riding, hot air balloon tours, fishing and mountain biking. The Chateau at Lake La Quinta is also in close proximity to the Living Desert, Palm Springs and Joshua Tree National Park. 

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Unique to the Chateau at Lake La Quinta, the L'Petit Pup Program welcomes four-legged guests 25 pounds and under for overnight stays. At check-in, pets will find a room furnished with their own bed, fresh food, water, bones and treats. 

Other current offerings include the L'Amour Package, designed specifically for couples with massages, champagne and breakfast in bed; and The Early Bird Special, which saves guests 20 percent off all charges when any room type is booked at least 14 days in advance. 

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