The Look

Limón by Design

While Limón is uniquely Palm Springs, the sunny and colorful design style of the property is inspired by the bright colors, textures, psychedelic patterning, and the excitement of the fabulous the Olympic Games of Mexico City in 1968.

The iconic design of the 1968 Olympics combined ancient Mexican history and culture with modernity, turning Mexico City into a vibrant, contemporary, global capital and became a gold standard for future Olympic Games. Bright hues, hypnotic graphics, and luminous emblems permeated the entire city, as well as the fashion of the day.

Limón by Design

While Limón is uniquely Palm Springs, the sunny and colorful design style of the property is inspired by the bright colors, textures, psychedelic patterning, and the excitement of the fabulous the Olympic Games of Mexico City in 1968.

The iconic design of the 1968 Olympics combined ancient Mexican history and culture with modernity, turning Mexico City into a vibrant, contemporary, global capital and became a gold standard for future Olympic Games. Bright hues, hypnotic graphics, and luminous emblems permeated the entire city, as well as the fashion of the day.

Limón by Design

While Limón is uniquely Palm Springs, the sunny and colorful design style of the property is inspired by the bright colors, textures, psychedelic patterning, and the excitement of the fabulous the Olympic Games of Mexico City in 1968.

The iconic design of the 1968 Olympics combined ancient Mexican history and culture with modernity, turning Mexico City into a vibrant, contemporary, global capital and became a gold standard for future Olympic Games. Bright hues, hypnotic graphics, and luminous emblems permeated the entire city, as well as the fashion of the day.

Central to the Olympic design project was Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, head of the Mexico City Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games. A respected architect and town-planner, Ramirez was a real visionary who brought together a talented, energetic, international team that went on to create the iconic design with a truly global appeal. We welcome you and your group to experience this innovative property and help make Palm Springs your new home-away-from-home.
Central to the Olympic design project was Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, head of the Mexico City Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games. A respected architect and town-planner, Ramirez was a real visionary who brought together a talented, energetic, international team that went on to create the iconic design with a truly global appeal. We welcome you and your group to experience this innovative property and help make Palm Springs your new home-away-from-home.
Central to the Olympic design project was Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, head of the Mexico City Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games. A respected architect and town-planner, Ramirez was a real visionary who brought together a talented, energetic, international team that went on to create the iconic design with a truly global appeal. We welcome you and your group to experience this innovative property and help make Palm Springs your new home-away-from-home.
Today, more than a half-century later, the iconic look is in the spotlight again. It was featured prominently in The Olympic Museum’s “Olympic Language: Exploring the Look of the Games” exhibition in Lausanne and was showcased during a fashion show in Mexico City as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations. And now, guests of Limón can experience the festive and colorful design style that is unique to the city of Palm Springs.
Today, more than a half-century later, the iconic look is in the spotlight again. It was featured prominently in The Olympic Museum’s “Olympic Language: Exploring the Look of the Games” exhibition in Lausanne and was showcased during a fashion show in Mexico City as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations. And now, guests of Limón can experience the festive and colorful design style that is unique to the city of Palm Springs.

Limón Palm Springs
560 S. Grenfall Road
Palm Springs, CA 92264