Some of the most beautiful and culturally sensitive areas on Agua Caliente tribal land offering the ideal setting for walking, hiking or picnicking. Home to waterfalls and the most California Fan palm trees in the world. Ranger led tours are available. Just a few minutes from downtown. Trading Post has hiking maps, refreshments, Indian art and more. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Enjoy spectacular desert and mountain views, practice your tennis, relax by three swimming pools and spas or play a round of golf at any of the many nearby championship courses. At night, guests can take advantage of the wide variety of restaurants, including Spencer's on-site, and night clubs available on the nearby Palm Springs strip. The Tennis Club is ideally located by art galleries, discount shopping outlets, casinos, theaters, and restaurants, and walking distance to historic downtown.
With an average of 350 days of sunshine and a thriving hospitality industry, Greater Palm Springs is your modern meeting oasis. With the current revitalization of the downtown area and new enhancements throughout its nine unique cities, event planners have more reason than ever to select Greater Palm Springs as the ideal meeting location.
This all-suite hotel is 1.6 miles from the Palm Springs Art Museum and 2 miles from Moorten Botanical Garden. Straightforward 2-bedroom suites feature full kitchens, separate living spaces and private patios, plus free WiFi and cable TV. Amenities include 2 outdoor pools, a hot tub and an exercise room, plus a BBQ picnic area, a kids' playground and a games room. There are also guest laundry facilities (surcharge).
This luxury resort is 3.8 miles from Mission Hills Country Club and 7 miles from Palm Springs International Airport. Sophisticated rooms feature flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, plus Nespresso machines and work desks. WiFi is available, and en suite bathrooms have TVs and soaking tubs. Some rooms add patios (some with fire pits), and upgraded rooms have sitting rooms and access to a club lounge with free perks. Suites add extra balconies, pull-out sofas and/or dining rooms.
This hip, artsy hotel is a 6-minute walk from Moorten Botanical Garden and 2.3 miles from downtown Palm Springs. Stylish rooms and suites with vintage furnishings offer flat-screen TVs and MP3 radios; some have private patios with fireplaces. In-room spa treatments are available (surcharge), and a daily resort fee includes in-room WiFi. There are 2 outdoor pools, a spa and an exercise room. The resort fee covers bike rentals and swim club access.
Nestled along Main Street in the village of La Quinta, offers a mosaic of unique shops, restaurants and art galleries in an early California setting. It's a place where you can shop, stroll and dine. What sets it apart from shopping centers is its ability to offer a special experience - it's the only shopping & dining destination where you can truly slip away and spend the day.
Ride the world's largest rotating tramcars. Rising over 2.5 miles to a scenic wonderland, the two 80-passenger cars revolve slowly from within providing a spectacular 360-degree view of the desert. Mountain Station at 8,516 ft features Peak's upscale restaurant, Pines casual cafe, Lookout Lounge, gift shop, natural history museum and a theatre showing "Building on a Dream".
In the very heart of the city of Palm Springs, more than 300 businesses await you. Discover treasures, gifts and the perfect outfit as you explore unique stores and boutiques along historic Palm Canyon Drive. Tall light-covered palm trees gently shade the street as you stroll beneath majestic Mount San Jacinto. The atmosphere is friendly and fun. Something for everyone. Plenty of free parking.
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