Rob and Kristen may be partying like all the fans at Coachella, but they aren’t camping out like them! HollywoodLife.com can tell you EXCLUSIVELY where the couple is retreating to after spending their days and nights at the music festival. Keep reading for more details.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart seem to love the simple life. They’d rather be in hoodies and t-shirts than dresses and tuxedos. And they love going to Coachella because it allows them to live it up like the rest of us for a weekend. But when all’s said and done, they still take advantage of the perks of being famous once in awhile. Who can blame them?!
Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart’s Romantic Hotel Plans
Though Rob and Kristen are getting down and dirty with the hordes of people at Coachella, HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY that their Coachella campground is the romantic, luxurious hotel Viceroy in Palm Springs, Calif.
Coincidentally, the clothing brand GUESS is reportedly putting up a handful of celebs at the Viceroy for the festival, but Rob and Kristen booked their room in no relation to that. They just wanted to have their own romantic weekend!
The hotel, which is a gorgeous testament to Southern California architecture, is right in the heart of Palm Springs and offers a full-service spa (couples massage, anyone?) and three pools. The hotel grounds are also beautifully manicured, the perfect place for a loving couple to take a stroll. It’s extremely romantic and should be an ideal place for Rob and Kristen to unwind after the long Coachella days.
Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart Enjoy Coachella
The couple has definitely been busy having a good time at the music festival. They’ve been totally outgoing, dancing with fans and posing for pictures. One fan tweeted her disbelief, saying, “I can not believe this, just steps from Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Katy Perry …
Sounds like Rob and Kristen are having a fantastic weekend — mixing it up with the fans during the day and retiring to an intimate, romantic hotel at night.
— Andrew Gruttadaro, Reporting by Chloe Melas