Adjacent to the esteemed 36-hole Golf Resort at Indian Wells, this 560-room resort is 15 miles east of Palm Springs and 3 miles from the Living Desert Zoo & ...
Very nice hotel just my stay was cut short due to family emergency
Built by Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz as an exclusive desert getaway, this serene hotel overlooks lush fairways in the shadow of the Santa Rosa Mountains, 16 ...
Awesome cozy friendly beautiful view love mountains great weather
This family-friendly Palm Desert condominium resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Desert Willow Golf Resort, Palm Desert Aquatic Center, and Marriott's Shadow Ridge ...
Very clean and nice hotel!! Great for couples and families with kids
This family-friendly Rancho Mirage resort is located near the airport, 1 mi (1.6 km) from Cancer Survivors Park, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Knott's Soak City ...
The pools could be larger and more refreshing! Kind of swampy by end of day. Other than that loved our stay!
Across the road from the River dining, shopping, and entertainment complex, this 240-acre Rancho Mirage resort is 11 miles from downtown Palm Springs.
Our stay was very pleasant. Although, our room was different than the photos we saw on line. We did find a bug crawling on our bed before bedtime, a gummy bear on the floor from the previous occupant and a lot cobwebs in the window sill when we lifted the drapery. And I was disappointed with the ...
Situated in Rancho Mirage, this spa resort is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Agua Caliente Casino and within 3 mi (5 km) of Children's Discovery Museum of the Desert and ...
Loved spending my time at this hotel, food was great, and the room was gorgeous.
This contemporary hotel in downtown Palm Springs is steps from dining and shopping on Palm Canyon Drive, 3 blocks from the Palm Springs Convention Center, and ...
Stayed there 2 nights. Enjoyed the room. Enjoyed the pool parties.
Situated in the heart of Palm Springs, this resort is adjacent to Palm Canyon Drive, the city's main cultural and shopping thoroughfare.
Pool was recently redone. Room was pleasant, just needed some bathroom fixture upgrades. Located right off the main drag in downtown Palm Springs. Staff was so nice and outgoing. I'd go back in a heartbeat!
Located in the golf, residential, and resort community of Palm Desert, this 400-acre Palm Springs-area resort includes 23 acres of artificial waterways. The ...
Had a bachelorette party and was perfect! So much to do we did not have to leave the resort !!
Thanks to the rich history and pleasant weather, Palm Springs is a popular getaway known for its consistent sunshine, palm-lined streets and amazing blue skies. It is situated at the bottom of the San Jacinto Mountains, 120 miles east of Los Angeles. You’ll find plenty of ways to relax with indoor and outdoor entertainment. Vacation near prestigious neighborhoods that many celebrities call home.
The beautiful weather of Palm Springs allows for a great amount of outdoor fun. Children will love visiting the "Living Desert," home to over 400 wild animals. This zoo and botanical garden is located on 1,200 acres of protected land. Enjoy live shows, or visit the modern train exhibit.
The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is also a must-see attraction. Guests venture on a 10-minute trip through various climate zones. At the top, you may decide to walk the nature trails or strap on skis in the winter. No matter what time of year, the view is always impressive.
Palm Springs is a desert community with numerous exciting trails. The Indian Canyons are the perfect place to watch the birds and gain a greater appreciation for nature. Look out for lizards and other animals that may make an appearance.
History buffs will want to visit the Air Museum, one of the largest collections of WWII memorabilia in the world. Airplanes, artifacts and artwork are on display. You will even be able to test your skills in a real flight simulator.
The city is filled with mid-century modern architecture. Most buildings are sleek and unlike any others in the country. Numerous tours present some of the most unique buildings and homes of the stars. For instance, the Kaufmann House is one of the best examples of international-style architecture. This property has been owned by the likes of none other than Barry Manilow. Araby Cove, home of Howard Hughes, is another architectural landmark. Be sure to visit Elvis's Honeymoon Hideaway as well.
The Downtown and Uptown Design District provide wonderful mid-century retailers, art galleries, antique shops and fashion boutiques. For big name designers, head to El Paseo, the "Rodeo Drive of the Desert." El Paseo includes blocks with awning-covered storefronts, designer boutiques and sidewalk cafes.
Palm Springs has a unique blend of dining options. You can begin the morning at one of the specialty cafes, enjoy a poolside lunch, and eat an al fresco dinner beneath the San Jacinto Mountains. One of the best coffee shops is in the Uptown District. Ernest Coffee is the only independent coffee shop to serve Stumptown coffee, an especially aromatic beverage. For a great Italian dinner, try Appetito; the menu is rich with homemade pasta, paninis and pizza. Most ingredients are sourced from local produce stores and, although the atmosphere is casual, the food is sure to please.
All of the Palm Springs hotels offer guests mountain views. Smaller hotels and boutique accommodations offer distinct architecture and personalized service. For complete pampering, there are numerous, luxurious full-service Palm Springs hotels. The Renaissance Palm Springs and Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs are popular vacation destinations. Well-known chains like Courtyard by Marriott, Hilton and Comfort Inn are ideal for families.
The wonderful weather allows for special events throughout the year. In January, Palm Springs hosts the country's largest International Film Festival. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the Bob Hope Classic. Summer brings VillageFest, a celebration with art, crafts, live music and great food. On weekend mornings in the summer, there is a bustling street fair downtown.
The peak season in Palm Springs is January to May. The weather is warm, and most visitors try to escape the cold from other parts of the country. Few hotel deals are offered at this time. As summer hits, the desert heat kicks in, and temperatures soar above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. This slows the crowds, so hotel discounts are common. To avoid the heat, try planning activities in the morning and enjoying the pool in the afternoon.
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