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A Wedding Venue Perfect for the Architecture Lover

Frank Sinatra Estate
As the story is told, Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms Estate was designed by E. Stewart Williams in 1947 and exemplifies mid-century luxury in both its architecture and period furnishings. For this reason, Curbed Magazine has named Sinatara’s Estate one of the top 15 Wedding Venues Perfect for Architecture Lovers. Among the others on this list are notable properties such as Philip Johnson’s Glass House, the Frank Llyod Wright Estate, and the New York Public Library. Interested in hosting your wedding at Frank Sinatra’s Estate? Contact our Palm Springs specialists by phone at 877 318 2090  or by email at

Sinatra Estate Featured in Montecristo Magazine

Montecristo Magazine
In Montecristo Magazine’s latest article “Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms Estate Mid-century glam”  Sinatra’s home is referred to as “the perfect place to play out your Rat Pack fantasies.” Montecristo delves into into the history of the Estate and how its midcentury style and architecture have made it a favorite landmark in Palm Springs. <br> There’s no doubt that last month’s Modernism Week,  an annual celebration of mid century modern architecture and aesthetic, is still on the brains of Palm Springs’ residents and modern enthusiasts alike. Sinatra’s Estate was featured in many notable events and tours during the multi-week festival and continues to open it’s doors to large groups and parties who wish to relive Sinatra’s Hollywood lifestyle

If You’re Going to Coachella or Stage Coach…Stay In Frank Sinatra’s Home!

Uproxx, an entertainment and culture driven digital news website,  recently ran an article highlighting its pick of Palm Springs’ dream accommodations for Coachella and Stagecoach guests.  Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palm Estate made it to their list for not only its glamour, but for it’s notable history. Writer Caitlin White, describe it as such: “This is half historical memory/half museum and half desert getaway, but it looks like the kind of place that you come away from changed.”



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