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Renaissance Indian Wells Resort & Spa

44-400 Indian Wells Lane · Indian Wells, California 92210 USA

Renaissance Celebrate the Silver


CELEBRATE THE SILVER

Resort Trivia & Packages

The legend continues at The Renaissance Esmeralda. As fond memories of the past are reminisced, and future experiences are at your grasp. Please join us in our discoveries as we “Celebrate the Silver.”

Celebrate the Silver Anniversary Package

Guests are invited to book the deluxe Celebrate the Silver Anniversary Package.

 

Amenities include an upgraded view room and a celebratory Patron Silver Margarita for two in GLO Lounge overlooking the picturesque resort grounds and mountain vistas.

 

Adventure awaits with two passes on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Discover breathtaking valley vistas as you glide up the mountain top.

 

Also included is the daily resort credit of $25 and a commemorative silver engraved picture frame.

 

Book Your Silver Anniversary Package Now

1989 Trivia

Below are a few trivia factoids from 1989 when we opened the Esmeralda doors:

 

  • Nintendo Game Boy was born
  • Barbie turned 30 years old. That means that she'll be turning 55 this year
  • The first Batman movie was shown, setting the way for many, many sequels.
  • Seinfeld premiers. Of course at that time it was titled, "The Seinfeld Chronicles", but it went on to be the highest acclaimed shows ever on television
  • Top 10 Hit : Another Day In Paradise - Phil Collins

The Legend of Esmeralda

Founded in 1528 in Peru, when Francisco Pizarro led his band of adventurers into Peru, "Los Indios" spoke of a fabulous stone said to be a massive emerald set into the forehead of the Inca sun god. Upon entering the Inca capital, Pizarro beheld the emerald, its green fire sending dazzling light dancing about. In awe, he gasped one word - "Esmeralda!"

 

In due course, the stone was sent to Spain where it was broken up, each piece cut into an exquisite jewel and a necklace of amazing beauty was created. From that day forth, the necklace was known as Esmeralda.

Renaissance Celebrate the Silver