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Set in downtown Palm Springs, this relaxed, colonial-style resort is a 4-minute walk from the city's Art Museum. The straightforward, warm rooms come with designer furniture and have minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers, plus TVs and free WiFi. There's an outdoor pool and a hot tub with mountain views, plus a tree-lined terrace with sun loungers. Other amenities include a spa and a garden, as well as access to a fitness center 2 blocks away.
The delectable menu combines mouth watering classics such as Roasted Rack of Lamb, Duckling a l'orange and homemade desserts. Lunch dishes such as Salad Nicoise, Quiche Lorraine, Crepes and Coq au Vin are sure to please. "Small Bites" and Happy Hour served at the new elegant yet casual European-style bar. Jazz Wednesday and Friday Night in Season.
Voted #1 Best Seafood restaurant seventeen (17) consecutive years, beginning in 2000. It was two guys with a love for fishing and a passion to share their catch with good friends that started twenty-one years ago. Now 4 restaurants strong, family owned and operated; only using the finest quality seafood brought in fresh daily. Enjoy their fresh catch, cooked the same way they prepared it in their galleys for years. Early Bird & Lunch specials.
Nestled along the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, in the Southern California desert of Palm Springs, the Hotel California is an ideal resort getaway for guests looking to relax and enjoy the sunshine. Our classic California Spanish Mission hotel provides just the right amount of rustic charm and romance. Fourteen comfortable rooms surround a sparkling pool and spa amid a lush courtyard where banana palm trees and birds of paradise sway in the breeze complimenting spectacular mountains views!!
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.
We hope you enjoy your stay and come back often. We're glad to have you with us!
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