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The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa

  • 71333 Dinah Shore Drive
    Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
    United States
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Meetings & Events Overview

The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa is the perfect desert escape, providing picturesque mountain views and a secluded location. Guests will enjoy two championship golf courses, three luxurious pools with a 60-foot waterslide, desert spa and a variety of dining options. 

The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa offers an array of accommodations. All of the oversized guestrooms & suites showcase soothing taupe tones with textured accents. The traditional guestrooms are 525 square feet with a private balcony. Upgrade from the traditional room and enjoy views of the resort, pool or golf from the privacy of your balcony.  Indulge in the unsurpassed luxury of a suite.  Suites range from 600 square feet to over 2,000 square feet.
 
The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa is the ideal venue for Palm Springs meetings. Three ballrooms allow tremendous flexibility for events, and lead to outdoor pre-function spaces that are surrounded by rugged mountains, wide-open skies and fragrant blossoms enhanced by architecture that inspires meeting attendees.

 

Meetings at a Glance
Number of Guest Rooms: 512
Number of Meeting Spaces: 44
Largest Meeting Room Capacity: 2070
Largest Meeting Room Size: 1,610 m²
17,326 ft²

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Detailed Specifications

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Facilities

Property Type: Resort
Year Built: 1991
No. of Buildings: 16
Total Floors: 2
Golf: Gary Player Signature Course – 18 Holes
Pete Dye Resort Course – 18 Holes
Barry Clayton Golf Academy – 0 Holes
Casino: Yes
Number of Meeting Spaces: 44
Total Meeting Room Size: 7,653 m²
82,374 ft²
Largest Meeting Room Size: 1,610 m²
17,326 ft²
Largest Meeting Room Capacity: 2,070
Smallest Meeting Room Size: 50 m²
534 ft²
Smallest Meeting Room Capacity: 20

Guest Rooms

Overview Description: The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa provides an array of accommodations. All of our oversized guestrooms & suites showcase soothing taupe tones with textured accents. You'll enjoy an amazing night's sleep in our Westin Heavenly Bed, with crisp, white 250-thread count sheets and custom mattresses. We also feature the Heavenly Bath for a spa-like shower experience. Our traditional guestrooms are 525 square feet with a private balcony. Upgrade your traditional room and enjoy a resort, pool or golf view from the privacy of your balcony.
Check in Time: 3:00 PM
Check out Time: 12:00 PM
Number of Guest Rooms: 512
In-Guest Room Internet: Wireless Internet Access
Suites Indulge in the unsurpassed luxury of a suite. Our suites range from 600 square feet to over 2,000 square feet. Enjoy oversized private balconies, separated living areas, breathtaking views and more.

Amenities

Overview Description: Our desert retreat offers an array of activities from championship golf on two Troon managed courses, three pools with a 60-foot waterslide, tennis courts, rejuvenating desert spa, and a variety of dining options.
Health Club /
Fitness Ctr.:
WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio
Kid's Club / SPG
Kid's Pass:
Westin® Kids Club Discovery Room
Pool: Yes
Pool Name: Las Brisas Pool
Las Hadas Adult Pool
La Paloma Quiet Pool
Spa: WestinWORKOUT® Gear Lending Program
WestinWORKOUT® Room
Sleep Well Lavender Balm

Local Area & Attractions

Overview Description: Set in the heart of the Palm Springs valley, The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa is centrally located to all of Palm Spring's major attractions. From Rancho Mirage to La Quinta and Palm Springs, there are museums, restaurant and adventures awaiting you. Enjoy some of the finest views of the Palm Springs valley on the Aerial Tramway, or immerse yourself in all of the fine art and culture the area has to offer.
Time Zone: PST
Nearby Airports: Palm Springs Municipal Airport
Airport Code: PSP
Airport Distance: 8 Kilometers
5 Miles
Nearby ATM and Banks: ATM is located in the oasis den / The hideaway Nearby Banks: Chase Bank 36101 Bob Hope Dr, Ste G-1, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 324-9398 Wells Fargo Bank 42350 Bob Hope Dr, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 568-0482 Union Bank 71950 Highway 111 Suite A, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 862-4700 US Bank 72260 Highway 111, Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 773-1031
Local Area:

Set upon 360 acres within legendary Rancho Mirage, California, the AAA Four-Diamond Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa is an exotic desert sanctuary. Our staff lavishes attention on our guests so that they can completely enjoy this memorable setting. Amid exotic architecture reminiscent of faraway lands, luxurious guest rooms feature modern comforts such as Westin’s Heavenly® Bed and Heavenly® Bath, and high speed Internet access. Play a round of championship golf or tennis, enjoy a hot stone massage, or cool drink by the pool. From our restaurants to spacious terraces, feel the overwhelming beauty of the desert landscape. The Resort is a premier meeting place with extensive indoor and outdoor venues, high-tech capabilities, and destination services to make your event a success. Moments away, a myriad of famous Palm Springs sights and attractions including shopping, dining and casinos, put the finishing touches on your visit.

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Convention and Visitors Bureau
Palm Springs Desert Resorts CVB Location: 70-100 Highway 111 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 Telephone: (760) 770-9000 Toll Free: (800) 967-3767 Fax: (760) 770-9001 Visitor Center Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Transportation & Parking

Parking Fees: Minimum Fee:0.0,Maximum Fee:20.0
Directions From Airport *From Palm Springs Airport* Exit airport entrance and turn left onto El Cielo Road. Continue south to Ramon Road and turn left. Travel east to Bob Hope Drive and turn right. Continue south to Dinah Shore Drive and turn right. The resort entrance will be on left side at the first light. *From Ontario Airport* Exit Ontario Airport towards the Freeway 10. Take the Freeway 10 East until you come to the Bob Hope Drive Exit. Exit here and turn right onto Bob Hope Drive. Continue to Dinah Shore Drive and turn right. The resort entrance is on the left side at the light. *From Los Angeles International Airport* Exit the airport and merge onto 105 Freeway East, then merge onto 605 Freeway North. Next merge onto 10 Freeway East and exit at the Bob Hope Drive then turn right onto Bob Hope Drive. Continue to Dinah Shore Drive and turn right. The resort entrance is on the left side at the light.

Green Meetings & Sustainability

Overview Description:
Sustainable Meeting Planning SMP is made up of 20 program elements or practices. These practices are grouped into 5 core components: - Paperless meeting planning - Sustainable meeting services - Sustainable F&B practices - Impact Assessment Tools - Socially conscious activities The first core component is paperless meeting planning, which involves the use of current electronic sales tools as available to reduce the amount of paper generated throughout the meeting planning process. These tools include StarGroups, Reservation Connection, Reservation Cross Check, eDiagrams, and eMenus. The second core component is sustainable meeting services, which encompasses eight practices that address the use of more environmentally friendly products and offerings to replace current offerings that customers may opt for to reduce the impact of their meetings. The practices include using recycled content flip charts and paper products with a minimum of 30% post-consumer recycled content; providing sustainable non-paper meeting supplies that are recycled, compostable or biodegradable; utilizing potted plants in place of fresh cut flowers or if that isn't possible using a local, organic florist; providing recycling services in the meeting spaces; offering green printing services which means double-sided printing and recycling ink/toner cartridges; offering green transportation services such as access to public transportation or fuel-efficient vehicle options; and upon replacement of current signage, sourcing energy efficient digital LED or LCD signage. It's important to note that the global brand teams were involved in the initiative planning so that items that overlap with current brand guidance are coordinated appropriately. For example, the use of potted plant displays in lieu of fresh flowers is being factored into the brand Botanical Style Guides. The third core component is Sustainable F&B Practices, which includes 8 practices designed to provide more environmentally friendly food and beverage options. The practices include providing sustainable menu options that include fair trade or organically certified products; utilizing environmentally sustainable disposable F&B packaging for box lunches; reducing the usage of individually-packaged condiments to reduce packaging waste; providing environmentally friendly alternatives for bottled water such as using an on-site water filtration system or sourcing glass or recycled content bottles; utilizing environmentally friendly chafing fuel to reduce toxins and hazardous waste; donating leftover prepared food to community-based food recovery programs where possible; and upon replacement, sourcing linen-less meeting tables to reduce laundry needs. Item number 17 on this list, the composting of organic waste, is on hold as a division-wide practice because of the operational complexities that need to be worked through. There are many properties that are already utilizing composting practices, and the guidance is available on the SRC for those properties that are ready to research this option for early adoption. The fourth component is Impact Assessment Tools. The Meetings Impact Report is a unique initiative that will allow you to record meeting details in the SRC and generate a report for the meeting planner that provides the host group with information on the environmental and social impact of their meeting. It will include data on their energy and water consumption as well as additional information on how the choices they made benefit the environment. The Carbon Offset program is also still in development as we continue to look for the right partner. Some hotels may already have an offset partner that they are working with, and for those properties I ask that you please email me to let me know who you are partnering with as that will help us shape our direction as we develop this program across the division. Finally, the fifth core component is socially conscious activity. This component focuses specifically on providing assistance to meeting planners who would like to organize activities for their attendees that will benefit the local community. This is another initiative that properties can currently implement locally by connecting interested meeting planners with community organizations that can accommodate volunteer groups. Our ePlanner options include several socially conscious activities. Be sure to connect with your convention services manager for more details. Sustainable Meeting Services Recycled Content Paper Products Every year over one billion trees are cut down to provide raw materials for American paper and pulp mills. Directing recyclable materials into production saves resources and energy, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution and the need for disposal. Sustainable Meeting Supplies (Non-Paper) Meeting supplies require materials, energy, and water to manufacture and transport. After use, their disposal can cause pollution and take up space in landfills. Directing recyclable materials into production saves resources and energy, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution and the need for disposal. Biodegradable/compostable supplies reduce the consumption of non-renewable resources and minimize pollution by reducing persistent waste volumes. Composted matter enriches the soil and reduces the need for water, fertilizer, and pesticides. White Board / Recycled Content Paper Flip Charts Every year over one billion trees are cut down to provide raw materials for American paper and pulp mills. Directing recyclable materials into production saves resources and energy, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution and the need for disposal. Millions of pounds of white boards end up in landfills every year when they become unusable or worn. Waste deposited in landfills and incinerators directly and indirectly contributes to pollution and the depletion of natural resources. Potted Plant Displays Conventionally grown fresh cut flowers require the use of pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and precious water resources for mass production. In addition, present global trends indicate flower industry workers (sometimes children) are denied basic rights, being forced to work long hours and handle dangerous chemicals without proper equipment, developing health problems as a result. Meeting Space Recycling Waste deposited in landfills and incinerators directly and indirectly contributes to pollution and the depletion of natural resources. Landfill and incinerator processes contaminate soil, air and groundwater. Disposing of waste, rather than reusing or recycling it, accelerates the harvesting rate of new materials, a process that strains natural resource stocks and causes environmental effects associated with transportation and energy use. Recycling waste can reduce these environmental burdens and extend the life of existing landfills. Green Printing Services Every year over one billion trees are cut down to provide raw materials for American paper and pulp mills. Directing recyclable materials into production saves resources and energy, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution and the need for disposal. Green Transportation Services Information Vehicle operation contributes to climate change and air quality problems through the emission of pollutants. In the United States, transportation has been responsible for more energy-related carbon dioxide emissions than any other end-use sector (e.g., industrial, residential, commercial) every year since 1999.[1] The United States produces more CO2 from road transport than any other country, though it is forecast to rise in all countries. Highly populous urbanizing countries such as China are expected to see dramatic growth in energy consumption for transportation. Besides CO2, vehicles emit pollutants that contribute to smog and ground-level ozone, both of which are human health hazards. Energy-Efficient Digital Signage Utilizing energy-efficient LCD or LED signage lowers energy consumption compared to traditional digital signage and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. Impact Assesment Tools Meeting Impact Report Sustainable meetings comprise of practices which increase the environmental performance, social value and business impact of the meetings. Measurement is fundamental to the success of any sustainable meeting. Planners are demanding that properties not only host sustainable meetings but also measure the success of these meetings. With the average 3-day meeting of 1,000 attendees producing over 12 tons of trash, 200,000 kilowatts of power and 100,000 gallons of water, it is becoming even more important to demonstrate how meetings are helping to reduce energy, emissions, output of waste and water consumption. Emotionally, planners want to know how they have reduced their impact on the environment by conducting a sustainable meeting. They additionally tangibly demonstrate to their company the success of this meeting. Key indicators to track the current environmental benefit of activities of sustainable meetings: - Energy Savings - Water Savings - Waste Management, including reduction of waste sent to landfills through: - recycling (glass, paper, plastic, metal) and Environmental Savings - Composting - Material Selection and Reuse - Sustainable Food Choices - Volunteer Programs Offered Carbon Offset Program A carbon offset is a financial instrument representing a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Offsets are typically generated from emissions-reducing projects. The most common project type is renewable energy, such as wind farms, biomass energy, or hydroelectric dams. Other common project types include energy efficiency projects, the destruction of industrial pollutants or agricultural byproducts, destruction of landfill methane, and forestry projects. (Wikipedia)

Safety & Security

Lost and Found If a guest has misplaced an item, please instruct them to contact the Resorts Lost & Found as soon as possible. The Resort is not responsible for any items left in rooms, vehicles, or other Resort premises Press 0 from any house phone or dial (760) 328-5955 to report a lost/found item(s) to Service Express.
Medical Services WALK-IN CLINIC Eisenhower Express Clinic (call ahead to verify insurance coverage) Monday – Friday 8 am – 8pm Saturday & Sunday 8 am – 4 pm Phone: 760-674-3844 DENTAL CLINIC Desert Dental Specialty Group Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Closed for lunch 12 – 1pm. Phone: 760-324-5071 34-481 Date Palm Drive, Cathedral City, Ca. 92234 OPTICAL CENTER Walmart Monday – Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Phone: 760-328-1079 34-500 Monterey Avenue, Palm Desert, Ca. PHARMACY Walgreens Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Phone: 760-321-4892 72-027 Dinah Shore Drive, Rancho Mirage, Ca. 92270 EISENHOWER MEDICAL CENTER Open 24 hours Phone: 760-340-3911 39-000 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage, Ca. 92270
Emergency Plan OVERVIEW Because the timing of an emergency is uncontrollable and response time is critical, the resort has a Hotel Emergency Action Team whose responsibility is to respond to and investigate any emergency situation. Notification will be made to the appropriate authorities (e.g. Fire Department, Police Department, etc.) When the authorities arrive, the HEAT will assist them as needed. EVACUATION In the event of a partial or total evacuation due to fire or other emergency situation, the following procedures will apply. Guests are to evacuate a building using the nearest fire exit and proceed to the nearest Parking Lot, Masters Plaza or Pete Dye Golf Course Driving Range. GENERAL EVACUATION GUIDELINES Begin the evacuation process upon hearing the general fire alarm or being given verbal instructions to evacuate. Use fire stairwells to evacuate - never use elevators. Walk, do not run. Stay calm. Always place your hand on the back of the door before opening the door. If it is hot, do not open the door; find an alternate route. If you enter a smoke filled area, seek another exit route if possible. If you must pass through an area congested by smoke, cover your mouth and nose with a towel or piece of clothing, dampened with water, if possible. Crawl low along the wall to the exit, using the walls and doorways as a guide in case you are unable to see due to smoke or power loss. Ensure that fire doors are not blocked open. Proceed to the designated evacuation assembly areas. Report anyone stranded to the Fire Control Room, Emergency Response Team member or Fire Department personnel. In the event you are unable to evacuate due to a blocked exit or other barrier, try to enter a guest room or other area free from fire and smoke. Immediately call Security at extension 0 and advise them of your situation and location. Once in the room, start to fill the bathtub with as much water as possible. Soak towels, sheets or other fabric in the water and place the wet fabric in the cracks between the door and the floor, frame, etc. Turn off the heat or air-conditioning unit. Cover the vent with wet towels or sheets. Do not open the window or try to break the glass unless directed by Fire Department personnel. EARTHQUAKE During an earthquake, REMAIN CALM. DO NOT EVACUATE the building unless directed to do so. Generally, the safest place to be is inside the building underneath a table or desk, under a doorway or against a structure wall. It is important to stay away from windows, furniture or fixtures that may fall.

Fees & Taxes

Overview Description Resort Fee: Guests will be charged a daily USD $27 resort charge. This includes in-room high speed internet access (wired or wireless), complimentary self parking, fitness center access, complimentary poolside yoga instruction on Saturday and Sunday mornings, day use of Spa facilities (steam room, whirlpool, relaxation room, renewal refresh & shower), shuttle service within the Resort and to the Gary Player Golf Course, local phone calls (within the city of Rancho Mirage) and access charge for credit card and & 1-800 number calls (up to 60 minutes).
Local Currency: United States Dollars
Currency Code: USD
Resort Fees: 32
Valet Parking Fees: 20

Policies & Procedures

Banners and Signs: Please advise your Convention Services Manager of any banners that need to be hung. A banner hanging fee will apply depending on the size of the banner. No type of signage can be attached to walls or placed in Resort public areas without prior consent. Banners and/or signs must be professionally printed or computer generated. The Resort will, unless otherwise instructed, post your program daily on reader boards located within the Conference Center of the Resort.
Payment Methods:
  • AMEX / OPTIMA
  • VISA
  • MASTER CARD
  • CARTE BLANCHE
  • DINERS/SUNDIN/AMOCO
  • JAPAN CREDIT BUREAU
  • DISCOVER NETWORK
Shipping and Receiving: If you are sending materials to the hotel for use in a banquet room, please ship to arrive no earlier than three (3) days prior to the event. Items must be labeled as follows: (Name of Group) and (On-site Contact) – address to the person that will be looking for it c/o The Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa 71333 Dinah Shore Drive Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 Hold for (Name & Date of Conference) Label boxes with numbers (Box___ of ____), multiple boxes should be numbered. Also list (Name of Hotel Catering/Convention Service Manager) Box deliveries will be assessed a handling fee determined by weight. 0 - 5 pounds $5.00 each 6 - 20 pounds $10.00 each 21 - 50 pounds $15.00 each Over 50 pounds $25.00 each Crates $50.00 each Pallets $100.00 each Conference package handling fees will be posted to your Master Account. Guest package handling fees will be posted to the individual's hotel room folio. The hotel will not be responsible for the safe keeping of personal or rented equipment.

AV & Technology

Audio Visual

Description
PSAV The Westin mission hills preferred In-House Audio Visual Company is Presentation Services. As a leading provider of audiovisual services nationwide, Presentation Services is able to accommodate all of your presentation technology needs. They can be contacted directly at 760.770.7277. Presentation Services has an exclusive agreement with The Westin. In the event you may wish to use a third party audiovisual company, certain pre-requisites apply and you will be subject to certain fees billed to your master account.

Electrical

Description
The Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa is pleased to accommodate your special electrical needs. These power requirements should be communicated to our in house provider PSAV at least thirty days prior to your event. The Westin Mission Hills does charge for these services. These charges will be reflected separately through a PSAV invoice.

Rooms & Floor Plans

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Room Dimensions & Capacities

Room Name KeyKey Space DimensionsDim. (l x w) Space Total AreaArea Space HeightHeight Capacity for Banquet style set-upBanq. Capacity for Theatre style setupThtr. Capacity for Conference style set-upConf. Capacity for Reception style set-upRec. Capacity for Classroom style set-upClass Capacity for U-Shaped style set-upU-Shp. Capacity for H-Square style set-upH. Sq. Capacity for Dinner with Dance FloorDinner Dance
Ambassador Ballroom 50.90 m. x 25.30 m.
166.99 ft. x 83.01 ft.
1,287.73 m²
13,861.01 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
950 1,650 1,650 730
Ambassador Ballroom 1 20.42 m. x 8.53 m.
66.99 ft. x 27.99 ft.
172.15 m²
1,853.01 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
100 240 52 220 100 56 64
Ambassador Ballroom 1/
2
20.42 m. x 16.76 m.
66.99 ft. x 54.99 ft.
344.39 m²
3,706.98 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
200 468 66 436 198 73 100
Ambassador Ballroom 1/
2/
3
20.42 m. x 25.30 m.
66.99 ft. x 83.01 ft.
516.63 m²
5,560.96 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
350 650 600 350 96 120
Ambassador Ballroom 1/
2/
3/
4
35.66 m. x 25.30 m.
116.99 ft. x 83.01 ft.
902.18 m²
9,710.98 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
600 1,000 1,150 650 118 148
Ambassador Ballroom 2 20.42 m. x 8.53 m.
66.99 ft. x 27.99 ft.
172.15 m²
1,853.01 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
100 240 52 220 100 56 64
Ambassador Ballroom 2/
3
20.42 m. x 16.76 m.
66.99 ft. x 54.99 ft.
344.39 m²
3,706.98 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
200 468 66 436 198 73 100
Ambassador Ballroom 3 20.42 m. x 8.53 m.
66.99 ft. x 27.99 ft.
172.15 m²
1,853.01 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
100 240 52 220 100 56 64
Ambassador Ballroom 4 15.24 m. x 25.30 m.
50.00 ft. x 83.01 ft.
385.55 m²
4,150.03 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
280 400 480 230 72 88
Ambassador Ballroom 4/
5/
6/
7
30.48 m. x 25.30 m.
100.00 ft. x 83.01 ft.
771.09 m²
8,299.94 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
560 900 1,000 500 106 140
Ambassador Ballroom 5 15.24 m. x 8.53 m.
50.00 ft. x 27.99 ft.
128.48 m²
1,382.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
80 140 40 165 60 46 60
Ambassador Ballroom 5/
6
15.24 m. x 16.76 m.
50.00 ft. x 54.99 ft.
257.06 m²
2,766.97 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
250 250 60 325 168 62 84
Ambassador Ballroom 5/
6/
7
15.24 m. x 25.30 m.
50.00 ft. x 83.01 ft.
385.55 m²
4,150.03 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
280 400 480 230 72 88
Ambassador Ballroom 6 15.24 m. x 8.53 m.
50.00 ft. x 27.99 ft.
128.48 m²
1,382.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
80 140 40 165 60 46 60
Ambassador Ballroom 6/
7
15.24 m. x 16.76 m.
50.00 ft. x 54.99 ft.
257.06 m²
2,766.97 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
250 250 60 325 168 62 84
Ambassador Ballroom 7 15.24 m. x 8.53 m.
50.00 ft. x 27.99 ft.
128.48 m²
1,382.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
80 140 40 165 60 46 60
Ambassador Foyer 62.18 m. x 3.35 m.
204.00 ft. x 10.99 ft.
469.16 m²
5,050.00 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
600
Celebrity A 9.75 m. x 9.75 m.
31.99 ft. x 31.99 ft.
95.13 m²
1,023.97 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
60 96 26 114 40 30 32
Celebrity A/
B
20.73 m. x 9.75 m.
68.01 ft. x 31.99 ft.
202.16 m²
2,176.03 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
140 256 60 256 130 68 80
Celebrity A/
B/
C
30.18 m. x 9.75 m.
99.02 ft. x 31.99 ft.
294.32 m²
3,168.03 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
210 376 376 200 84 96
Celebrity A/
B/
C/
D
30.18 m. x 26.52 m.
99.02 ft. x 87.01 ft.
800.17 m²
8,612.96 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
560 1,000 1,023 450 110 150
Celebrity A/
B/
C/
D/
E
43.89 m. x 30.18 m.
144.00 ft. x 99.02 ft.
1,323.50 m²
14,246.04 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
880 1,500 1,694 720
Celebrity B 10.97 m. x 9.75 m.
35.99 ft. x 31.99 ft.
107.02 m²
1,151.95 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
70 128 26 128 40 30 32
Celebrity B/
C
20.73 m. x 9.75 m.
68.01 ft. x 31.99 ft.
202.16 m²
2,176.03 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
140 256 60 256 130 68 80
Celebrity Ballroom 53.34 m. x 30.18 m.
175.00 ft. x 99.02 ft.
1,609.54 m²
17,324.94 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
1,120 1,800 2,070 900
Celebrity C 9.75 m. x 9.75 m.
31.99 ft. x 31.99 ft.
95.13 m²
1,023.97 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
60 96 26 114 40 30 32
Celebrity D 30.18 m. x 16.76 m.
99.02 ft. x 54.99 ft.
505.86 m²
5,445.03 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
300 650 647 350 72 104
Celebrity D/
E
34.14 m. x 30.18 m.
112.01 ft. x 99.02 ft.
1,030.11 m²
11,088.01 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
640 1,000 1,317 520 126 170
Celebrity D/
E/
F/
G/
H
43.89 m. x 30.18 m.
144.00 ft. x 99.02 ft.
1,323.50 m²
14,246.04 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
880 1,500 1,694 720
Celebrity E 30.18 m. x 16.76 m.
99.02 ft. x 54.99 ft.
505.86 m²
5,445.03 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
300 650 647 350 72 104
Celebrity E/
F/
G/
H
30.18 m. x 26.52 m.
99.02 ft. x 87.01 ft.
800.17 m²
8,612.96 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
560 1,000 1,023 450 110 150
Celebrity F 9.75 m. x 9.75 m.
31.99 ft. x 31.99 ft.
95.13 m²
1,023.97 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
60 96 26 114 40 30 32
Celebrity F/
G
20.73 m. x 9.75 m.
68.01 ft. x 31.99 ft.
202.16 m²
2,176.03 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
140 256 60 256 130 68 80
Celebrity F/
G/
H
30.18 m. x 9.75 m.
99.02 ft. x 31.99 ft.
294.32 m²
3,168.03 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
210 376 376 200 84 96
Celebrity Foyer 64.31 m. x 40.84 m.
210.99 ft. x 133.99 ft.
895.12 m²
9,634.99 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
1,133
Celebrity G 10.97 m. x 9.75 m.
35.99 ft. x 31.99 ft.
107.02 m²
1,151.95 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
70 128 26 128 40 30 32
Celebrity G/
H
20.73 m. x 9.75 m.
68.01 ft. x 31.99 ft.
202.16 m²
2,176.03 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
140 256 60 256 130 68 80
Celebrity H 9.75 m. x 9.75 m.
31.99 ft. x 31.99 ft.
95.13 m²
1,023.97 ft²
7.32 m.
24.02 ft.
60 96 26 114 40 30 32
Celebrity Plaza East 22.56 m. x 9.75 m.
74.02 ft. x 31.99 ft.
219.99 m²
2,367.95 ft²
250
Celebrity Plaza West 22.56 m. x 9.75 m.
74.02 ft. x 31.99 ft.
219.99 m²
2,367.95 ft²
250
East Foyer 28.65 m. x 4.57 m.
94.00 ft. x 14.99 ft.
153.01 m²
1,646.99 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
200
East Patio 15.85 m. x 9.14 m.
52.00 ft. x 29.99 ft.
371.61 m²
3,999.98 ft²
230 300
Gardenia Hospitality Suite 15.85 m. x 6.71 m.
52.00 ft. x 22.01 ft.
167.23 m²
1,800.05 ft²
2.44 m.
8.01 ft.
50 32 25 100 32 20 24
Hibiscus Hospitality Suite 15.85 m. x 6.71 m.
52.00 ft. x 22.01 ft.
167.23 m²
1,800.05 ft²
2.44 m.
8.01 ft.
50 32 25 100 32 20 24
Las Brisas Pool 27.13 m. x 27.13 m.
89.01 ft. x 89.01 ft.
16.54 m²
178.04 ft²
Master's Plaza 53.04 m. x 30.18 m.
174.02 ft. x 99.02 ft.
165.37 m²
1,780.03 ft²
900
Mesquite Hospitality Suite 15.85 m. x 6.71 m.
52.00 ft. x 22.01 ft.
167.23 m²
1,800.05 ft²
2.44 m.
8.01 ft.
50 32 25 100 32 20 24
Mirage Room 10.97 m. x 8.53 m.
35.99 ft. x 27.99 ft.
86.96 m²
936.03 ft²
4.88 m.
16.01 ft.
50 100 30 95 40 20 22
Mission Hills Boardroom 9.14 m. x 5.49 m.
29.99 ft. x 18.01 ft.
99.31 m²
1,068.96 ft²
4.88 m.
16.01 ft.
18
Moroccan Boardroom 5.79 m. x 9.75 m.
19.00 ft. x 31.99 ft.
88.07 m²
947.98 ft²
3.66 m.
12.01 ft.
20
Oasis Ballroom 24.99 m. x 17.98 m.
81.99 ft. x 58.99 ft.
449.46 m²
4,837.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
300 420 569 270 96 120
Oasis Ballroom 1 8.23 m. x 6.10 m.
27.00 ft. x 20.01 ft.
49.61 m²
534.00 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
30 40 20 60 20 20 22
Oasis Ballroom 1/
2
8.23 m. x 12.19 m.
27.00 ft. x 39.99 ft.
99.03 m²
1,065.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
50 90 50 126 50 60 48
Oasis Ballroom 1/
2/
3
17.98 m. x 8.23 m.
58.99 ft. x 27.00 ft.
147.99 m²
1,592.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
80 170 52 178 90 76 72
Oasis Ballroom 1/
2/
3/
4
17.98 m. x 16.76 m.
58.99 ft. x 54.99 ft.
298.68 m²
3,214.96 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
160 300 52 378 192 96 100
Oasis Ballroom 2 8.23 m. x 6.10 m.
27.00 ft. x 20.01 ft.
49.61 m²
534.00 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
30 40 20 60 20 20 22
Oasis Ballroom 2/
3
8.23 m. x 12.19 m.
27.00 ft. x 39.99 ft.
99.03 m²
1,065.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
50 90 50 126 50 60 48
Oasis Ballroom 3 8.23 m. x 6.10 m.
27.00 ft. x 20.01 ft.
49.61 m²
534.00 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
30 40 20 60 20 20 22
Oasis Ballroom 4 17.98 m. x 8.23 m.
58.99 ft. x 27.00 ft.
147.99 m²
1,592.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
80 170 52 178 90 76 72
Oasis Ballroom 4/
5/
6/
7
17.98 m. x 16.76 m.
58.99 ft. x 54.99 ft.
298.68 m²
3,214.96 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
160 300 52 378 192 96 100
Oasis Ballroom 5 8.23 m. x 6.10 m.
27.00 ft. x 20.01 ft.
49.61 m²
534.00 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
30 40 20 60 20 20 22
Oasis Ballroom 5/
6
8.23 m. x 12.19 m.
27.00 ft. x 39.99 ft.
99.03 m²
1,065.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
50 90 50 126 50 60 48
Oasis Ballroom 5/
6/
7
17.98 m. x 8.23 m.
58.99 ft. x 27.00 ft.
147.99 m²
1,592.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
80 170 52 178 90 76 72
Oasis Ballroom 6 8.23 m. x 6.10 m.
27.00 ft. x 20.01 ft.
49.61 m²
534.00 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
30 40 20 60 20 20 22
Oasis Ballroom 6/
7
8.23 m. x 12.19 m.
27.00 ft. x 39.99 ft.
99.03 m²
1,065.95 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
50 90 50 126 50 60 48
Oasis Ballroom 7 8.23 m. x 6.10 m.
27.00 ft. x 20.01 ft.
49.61 m²
534.00 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
30 40 20 60 20 20 22
Oasis Courtyard 21.03 m. x 21.95 m.
69.00 ft. x 72.01 ft.
78.97 m²
850.03 ft²
100 150
Oasis Foyer 23.47 m. x 22.56 m.
77.00 ft. x 74.02 ft.
167.23 m²
1,800.05 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
22 90
Oasis Patio 18.29 m. x 23.77 m.
60.01 ft. x 77.99 ft.
74.32 m²
799.97 ft²
50 100
Polo Room 9.45 m. x 7.92 m.
31.00 ft. x 25.98 ft.
73.39 m²
789.96 ft²
4.88 m.
16.01 ft.
50 70 24 92 35 26 30
Rancho Mirage Foyer 12.80 m. x 12.50 m.
41.99 ft. x 41.01 ft.
176.52 m²
1,900.05 ft²
4.88 m.
16.01 ft.
100
Rancho Mirage Room 17.98 m. x 10.97 m.
58.99 ft. x 35.99 ft.
199.00 m²
2,142.02 ft²
4.88 m.
16.01 ft.
120 120 50 250 120 50 57
Rancho Room 10.97 m. x 10.97 m.
35.99 ft. x 35.99 ft.
112.04 m²
1,205.99 ft²
4.88 m.
16.01 ft.
70 153 30 125 80 30 35
Rosa Hospitality Suite 15.85 m. x 6.71 m.
52.00 ft. x 22.01 ft.
167.23 m²
1,800.05 ft²
2.44 m.
8.01 ft.
50 32 25 100 32 20 24
West Foyer 29.87 m. x 3.35 m.
98.00 ft. x 10.99 ft.
176.89 m²
1,904.03 ft²
5.49 m.
18.01 ft.
225

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Catering, Banquets & Dining

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Catering & Banquets

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On-Property Dining

Overview Description Woven among the hotel's Spanish-Moorish architecture and natural desert landscaping, guest will enjoy a variety of dining options, ranging from the Fireside Lounge, Caliente Bar, Las Brisas Cabana, Hole in the Wall, Mission Hills Market & Cafe and Season's Grill. The new Pinzimini at the Westin Mission Hills provides an open kitchen feel, featuring savory Italian dishes.
Restaurants

Fireside Lounge

Pause and take in the magnificent view of the lushly landscaped 18th hole of the Pete Dye Golf Course from our welcoming patio.

Friday - Saturday 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Suitable for Business Meetings: Yes

Pinzimini

The tantalizing flavors of Italian-inspired cuisine take center stage at Pinzimini. Senses are enlivened by delightful savory creations, complemented by a full bar that serves Bellinis and cream sodas.

7:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Suitable for Business Meetings: Yes

Mission Hills Market & Café

Nourish yourself throughout the day with a snack or light meal prepared daily by Executive Chef Joel Delmond.

6:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Suitable for Business Meetings: Yes

Seasons Grill

Seasons Grill seasonally-inspired menus take culinary creativity to the next level. Even dishes that may be considered “standard” go a little “off to the left” – in a good way! Fresh, fun, familiar.

7:00 AM – 9:00 PM; Sunrise Happy Hour 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM, Happy Hour 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Suitable for Business Meetings: Yes

On-Site Specialty Events

Overview Description FOOD & WINE PAIRING AND PREPARING (25-50pp) BEYOND THE VELVET ROPE (250 - 500pp) BORDEAUX BLENDING (25-100pp) BUILDING FOR A CAUSE (100-150pp) ITS GAME NIGHT FOR EVERYONE (250 - 1000pp) WILD HOGS (250 - 1000pp) FUN WITH WII (150-1000pp) ROCK & ROLL SUSHI (50-200pp) DINNER IN THE GREEN (25-100pp)
Events Food & Wine Paring
Bordeaux Blending
Spa-ception
Dinner in the Green
Rock'n Round Diner
Executive Chef Challenge
Sing Along With Sushi
Gamers Tournament
Connect with Kinect
Beyond the Velvet Rope
Biker Night
Drive-In Movie Night
Game Night for Everyone
Your Rock Band Karaoke
Premiere This!
Grill Camp
Go Green Racing
Literacy Builders
Community HeART
Spread the Good
Reju-V-Nation
Arrow I'm a ToolTip!