The San Francisco Chronicle, in their online newspaper, SFGate.com, featured the Twin Palms Estate in an article posted by Steve Rubenstein on January 17, 2010. The article was titled “Doing Palm Springs Sinatra’s way”.
Here’s a sample from the article:
“Thanks as well to the recession, staying in Sinatra’s four-bedroom house is now 25 percent off. The $1,950-per-night rate is marked down from $2,600.
“It’s a large property, to go along with his large ego,” leasing agent William Sayegh said as he stepped into the master bedroom where Sinatra, in the 1940s and 1950s, spent quality time with Ava Gardner when he wasn’t spending it with Lana Turner.
In the adjoining bathroom is the famous cracked sink, one of the home’s selling points. The crack was said to have been created when Gardner, after hearing about Turner, threw a Champagne bottle at Sinatra and, somehow, missed.”