“For an authentic slice of Rat Pack history, stay at Frank sinatra’s former Palm Springs residence. The Twin Palms estate, designed by E. Stewart Williams in 1947, was Sinatra and Ava Gardner’s hideaway. The crack in the bathroom sink (the result of Sinatra throwing a champagne bottle in a rage) remains, but the rest of the house has been lovingly restored with vintage designer furnishings. Mod cons, such as Wi-Fi and iPod connectivity both inside and outside, bring it bang up to date. The pool – Sinatra’s design – is shaped like a grand piano. Visit Sinatrahouse.com or, for rental details, log on to Beaumondevillas.com.”Read the article here
In their January 2011 Issue of Vogue Magazine, the Frank Sinatra Estate was featured in an article written by Tomasina Lebus entitled “Palm Springs: California’s desert playground provided the inspiration for Vogue’s fashion team” The article featured a variety of things about Palm Springs that gave them inspiration for the January Issue. Among others, the article included favorite hangouts, hotels, shopping, spa, and house, which Twin Palms was mentioned as favorite. Here’s a sample from the article:
January 2011: Twin Palms Frank Sinatra Estate Featured in UK Vogue In the January 2011 Issue of UK Vogue Magazine, the Frank Sinatra Estate was featured in an article entitled “Palm Springs: California’s desert playground provided the inspiration for Vogue’s fashion team “. The article was written by Tomasina Lebus’ Read the article here
Funny Web Park, a blogger using Blogspot, wrote an article entitled 14 Most Famous Celebrity Owned Homes. The article featured Twin Palms, the former desert estate of Frank Sinatra, and other resorts and estates owned by celebrities such as Paul Newman, Donatello Versace, CNN founder Ted Turner, and actor Robert Di Niro among others. The article features some great photos of each estate and offers a wonderful history of each property.