City ID# of 5353
The pool heat is on-demand, meaning we do not heat it when it's not in use or when no guests are staying. It heats up about 3 degrees per hour, and it can get down into the 60s during the winter, so if you want it heated upon your arrival, please keep that in mind and notify us. For long-term stays, $500 of gas and electricity is included, and the renter pays for utilities above $500/month. For short-term stays, the charge is $100/day if pool heating is paid upfront for every day of the stay or $125/day if not. Most resorts heat pools into the low 80's we allow guests that pay for pool heat to heat the pool to the mid-80s. Please keep in mind in mid-winter, larger pools will have a hard time even reaching the mid-80s, and pool temperature is not guaranteed. However, low to mid 80's is generally common, even mid-winter.
We work with the top 3 pool cleaners in the desert; despite that, the desert can have high winds that can turn a perfectly clean pool into a dirty pool in 10 minutes or less. Please report, and we will send a pool cleaner as soon as possible. We also try to keep pool skimmers on-site at all of our homes. There is the possibility of boatman bugs in the desert; they are completely harmless but can fall from the sky. Generally, there's a chance for them in August and September. While they can be killed and removed when falling from the sky, they will return minutes after treatment. There can be sand storms in the desert. While we can promise a pool cleaner will clean the pool 2-3 times per week, we cannot control acts of god, nor are they grounds for cancellation. During the summer, starting late June until early October, the average pool temperature can be 90 degrees+ and reach up to 100. Most homes do not have pool chillers. It may not be comfortable to swim, particularly during the day during these months, and this is not grounds for cancellation.
City of Palm Springs Rules:
Please do not create excessive noise or disturbances or engage in disorderly conduct.
We ask you to please observe the following City of Palm Springs Rules and Regulations for Vacation Rentals.
NO outside amplified music is allowed; that includes music from a small cell phone or small portable speaker. No outside music at all.
Amplified MUSIC is not allowed outside of your Vacation Rental unit. Music may not be heard at the property lines at any time of the day (that includes music coming from inside of the home). Please, don’t bring the speakers outside. If your neighbors can hear music, you are in violation of the City Ordinance.
POOL TIME is one of the most popular activities to enjoy in Palm Springs. Please keep voices and pool activities to a reasonable level. Continued and ongoing screaming for an extended period of time is one way to disturb the neighbors. Please be thoughtful.
NIGHT TIME hours are between 10 pm and 10 am. Please consider moving indoors after 10 pm. If you choose to be outside, please be considerate of the neighbors and use indoor voices. Please remember our neighborhoods are quiet, surrounded by mountains, and voices can easily carry.
A CALL from the neighbors to the City will bring the Vacation Rental Compliance Officers to your door. Our officers may issue you a citation if you exceed the allowed noise levels or if another violation is observed. So please, keep the noise down and be considerate of the neighbors. You may be on vacation, but other occupants in homes around your vacation home may not be.
We have a limit of 4 cars at this property; please park all vehicles in the driveway.
Please abide by the OCCUPANCY limits.
You must notify us of any visitors; if you have more people than are on the reservation at the home and security is called, you will be asked to leave immediately with no refund.
Day Time occupancy is between 10 am and 10 pm.
If you have gotten permission to bring a dog and paid a pet fee, Palm Springs requires that all dogs be on a LEASH whenever they are outside, except in the City’s Dog Park. Also, we expect everyone to pick up after their pets. NEVER leave your pet unattended in a vehicle; it is illegal all year long. And just like at home, a barking or whining dog disturbs the neighbors.
While this will not apply to 99% of you, If the city is called comes, a citation and fine will be issued, and you will be responsible for paying. You must leave home without a refund if the city comes a second time.
Our number one goal is that you have a great time! Have a great time, AND avoid fines. Fines will be taken from your deposit.
For any stay of over 27 nights, a RentSpree application may be required.