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The only local casino nestled in the heart of downtown Palm Springs. The property is owned and operated by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. It features great restaurants and live entertainment, as well as an award-winning casino, just steps away from the outdoor cafes, boutiques, museums and art galleries of downtown Palm Springs. Features slots, poker room & table games.
Elvis & Priscilla lived here in 1966 & 1967 & Honeymooned here on May 1,1967. It's also known as The Alexander Estate, The House of Tomorrow the Modernism icon. Marie Claire, Fodor's, Travel Channel, & Time have featured it. Enjoy tours with Elvis & Priscilla tribute artists, retro guides & historians. Trip Advisor 2014 Award. Desert Sun says it's the #1 place in Palm Springs to have your picture taken.
Set amidst galleries, shops and restaurants, this hip Spanish Colonial-style inn is a 14-minute walk from the Palm Springs Art Museum and 2.7 miles from the Palm Springs International Airport. The sleek, individually decorated all-white rooms have plush linens, flat-screen TVs, and eco-friendly bath products. Upgraded rooms add whirlpool tubs and 2-bedroom suites have full-size refrigerators, microwaves and sinks.
etreat to an eclectic desert community and discover the iconic laid-back California lifestyle you’ve been craving. Located at the base of the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains, Palm Springs is host to festivals, open markets, events and live entertainment. Ride the aerial tram up the mountain for a spectacular view, or hike the Tahquitz Canyon Trail to the falls. Whether you seek outdoor adventure, local activities or an exuberant nightlife, Palm Springs features something for everyone.
The old ways are often the best ways, and this is especially true for horseback riding.
If you're an art enthusiast visiting the Palm Springs area, one of the highlights of your trip should be the Anthony Hopkins Dreamscapes exhibit.
You've just arrived in the Coachella Valley. Don't worry, you're not lost. Visitors often refer to this area simply as "Palm Springs" after the well-known city at the west end of the valley.
In fact, the Coachella Valley comprises nine cities (and several unincorporated areas) stretching approximately 45 miles from the San Bernardino Mountains, east to the Salton Sea. A year-round vacation destination enjoyed by more than 5 million annual visitors, the Coachella Valley includes Desert Hot Springs, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and Coachella.
Besides golf (and there's plenty of that here), visitors can enjoy many activities or simply relax and unwind during their stay. Explore all of the categories on the left side of this screen. From Attractions to Shopping, there's something for everyone.
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