This Palm Springs Rosé Bar Is the Cutest (and Tiniest) We Ever Did See
Bottles of bubbly and rosé abound all day at one of the city’s hottest new hotels.
What if I told you the cutest, chicest, tiniest little rosé bar just opened in Palm Springs? I wouldn’t be joking.
At a new petite lounge (where bottles of bubbly and rosé abound all day) located at one of the city’s hottest new hotels, you’ll want to sidle up to two pink French doors, where you’ll be met with a floral-tiled bar, yellow countertop, and pink neon sign: La Boisson, it reads. You’re in the right spot.
The city’s newest wine bar just opened only to guests at the Fleur Noire Hôtel, an oasis of botanical art that offers a respite for fans of desert flora and fauna. Think Georgia O’Keeffe-inspired peonies and daisies on black, tiled-roof casitas surrounded by golden barrel cactuses and palo fiero trees, not to mention a pale pink fire pit and lawn games. It’s all thanks to a stunning array of large-scale floral murals by Detroit artist Louise Jones (née Chen), also known as Ouizi, that completely transform the historic 1940s-era Burket’s Trade Winds Hotel downtown.
A bottle of La Vieille Ferme with vintage pink glassware by the pool is calling your name; this is, after all, an Instagram lover’s paradise. The flowers don’t stop at the tile on the bar, or the outdoor murals. Inside each room, Netherlands-based wallpaper artist Ellie Cashman created custom floral accent walls that serve as stunning backdrops to crisp, white bedding and midcentury modern furnishings.
The result is a literal, and figurative, celebration of the desert landscape—and all with stunning views of the surrounding San Jacinto Mountains. All that’s left to do is reserve a room and cheers!