Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs combines the sleek design of a new Fender Stratocaster with the laid back vibe of a beachside reggae band. Our inspired amenities are crafted to delight and indulge the senses. Our attentive staff will make you think you have your own assistant here just to coddle you and your entourage. From the moment you arrive at our porte-cochère, you are a part of the glitz and glamour of the best music-party in Palm Springs. You’ve arrived.
Desert Riviera is a truly relaxing and enjoyable vacation spot or weekend getaway. Our Palm Springs hotel in California’s Coachella Valley was built in 1951, designed by Herbert W Burns; many upgrades have taken place while maintaining its mid-century style. The grounds are exquisitely landscaped with towering palm trees and gorgeous flowers all around. Relax by our pool, heated to perfection, secluded whirlpool Jacuzzi or simply prop your feet up by one of our fire pits.
Sparkling-new renovations, plenty of creature comforts, and a simply unbeatable location: the Courtyard Palm Desert is a veritable oasis for guests on business trips, weekend getaways, and family vacations. With a recently renovated lobby, a gorgeous onsite restaurant, The Bistro, and an array of modern amenities including tennis courts, our Palm Desert hotel suits even the most seasoned of travelers. There's a wealth of activity outside our doors, too.
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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.
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".
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.
The Tahquitz Canyon Trail is a two mile loop trail that leads to Tahquitz Falls and back. From the Visitor Center to the falls you will be gaining 350 feet in elevation. The trail is steep and rocky with many rock steps to climb. You must have good balance and be able to climb up and down rock steps that may be as high as 12 - 15 inches. A rugged trail with very little shade, no restroom facilities, and no water fountains.