Liberace's Palm Springs Home.
Also known as "The
Liberace saved this former motel from demolition and transformed
it into his favorite home. He referred to it as "The Cloisters," as it was
surrounded by an 8 ft. wall and had the feel of a monastery. It was here
that Liberace spent his final days.
The interior court yard had a fountain and
lush gardens. Through the archway is the "St. Anthony's
Inside The furnishings were a bit more Rustic and durable.
Liberace did a lot of entertaining at the Cloisters because he and his guests
felt relaxed here. The dining room
table was purchased from the William Randolf Hearst estate.