Stanlunds Resort Inn & Suites

An oasis in the desert!
For Reservations Call
(760) 767-5501   Fax (760) 767-4836

Only 1/2 mile from the center of town.

Shopping, restaurants, golf, and tennis are nearby.


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  21 units
 stanlundsfl.gif (986 bytes)   Private patios
stanlundsfl.gif (986 bytes)   Color TV - free cable
stanlundsfl.gif (986 bytes)   BBQ facility
stanlundsfl.gif (986 bytes)   Sparkling, heated pool
stanlundsfl.gif (986 bytes)   Pets welcome ($5 surcharge per pet)


Winter Season


Off Season


$75 - $150

$55 - $100

  • All rooms that do not have kitchenettes have microwaves and refrigerators.
  • Continental breakfasts on weekends
  • Coffee in all rooms.
  • Special weekly and monthly rates from May through September.


Native Americans have inhabited this area for more than 8,000 years, as evidenced by pictographs and artifacts discovered in the Borrego Valley.

In 1774, Juan Baptista de Anza led an expedition from Mexico through the Borrego Basin seeking an overland route to California.  He returned the next year with settlers and cattle to supply the coastal missions. Markers commemorating the event are found along Highway 78 east of Ocotillo Wells and north of Borrego Springs.  This area was also the southern route to the California gold fields.

While staying with us be sure to visit:

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park


Borrego Springs was originally called "Borego Springs" (with one r) because of the many bighorn sheep in the area.


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Stanlunds Resort Inn and Suites

2771 Borrego Springs Rd, P.O. Box 278
Borrego Springs, CA 92004-0278

(760) 767-5501    Fax (760) 767-4836