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Offers the hottest slots, a variety of table games, live poker and high-limit gaming, plus fine dining, shopping, a relaxing spa and luxurious hotel, all in a gorgeous resort setting. Agua Caliente is also home to The Show, the premier concert theatre in Southern California featuring live sporting events and headliners like Matchbox Twenty, Tony Bennett, Jay Leno and more.
Premier gaming resort. 250-room hotel, world-class casino, golf course and Special Events Center with A-list entertainment. Home to 2,000 of the hottest slots & video poker, 40 table games, action-packed casino-floor, Springs bar, LIT lounge, friendly hosts and dealers. Enjoy 65 wines by the glass nightly at the picturesque 12th Floor Wine Bar. Dining: Fresh Grill Buffet, The Bistro, Lique, POM, The Pizza Kitchen and Joy.
Twelfth annual premier fine arts festival attracts thousands annually. Scheduled for April 4-6, the spectacular Indian Wells Tennis Garden transforms into an artisan village with 200 artists and hundreds of pieces of one-of-a-kind art and quality crafts for sale. Also special exhibits, demonstrations, live entertainment and refreshments throughout the day. See ad on pg 17 for 2 FOR 1 admission discount.
This beautiful 1,200-acre exotic wildlife and botanical park houses some of the world's rarest desert animals and plants. Enjoy the Wildlife Wonders show, see an African Village and visit the Petting Kraal with rare breeds of sheep, goats, donkeys and cattle from Africa. The Discovery Room offers a hands-on interactive adventure for all ages. Children's play land and special 'Seasonal' events.
Monte De Oro has a passion for growing quality estate grapes, handcrafting premier wines and providing an experience for its guests that is unparalleled in the Temecula Valley. The Expansive Outdoor Patio has a breathtaking 180 degree panoramic view of the surrounding Wine Country that continues to awe and inspire all that visit, sit and sip in the Temecula Valley. Make plans to visit today!
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 a hotel, fitness center and spa, 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, high-limit Primrose Room.
The Valley's most exciting place to play, offers 2,000 slots, 30 table games and a seven-table poker room. The 2,200-seat Spotlight Showroom presents the best entertainment. Great dining choices include JEM Steakhouse, Cafe Capitata and Food Court. Enjoy live entertainment in the Blue Bar and relax in the JEM Bar and Casino Bar. Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians.
Museum interprets the history and culture of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and other native cultures. Since 1992, the Museum has continued to preserve and revive various aspects of traditional Native culture. Located at the Village Green Heritage Center in downtown Palm Springs, the Museum presents exhibitions, lectures, films and special events focused on Native American culture & history.
A high-level conference center focused on issues of world importance. Public tours of the historic estate and new center and gardens. Formerly the estate of Ambassadors Walter and Leonore Annenberg. It is a 1966 mid-century modern house designed by architect A. Quincy Jones where the Annenbergs entertained Presidents, royalty, international political figures, and cultural and entertainment icons.
Built by Cabot Yerxa on land he homesteaded in 1913, he worked on the property until his death in 1965. It's four-stories, 5,000 sq. feet with 35 rooms, 150 windows & 65 doors. The Pueblo structure is hand made, created from reclaimed and found objects. On the guided tour, visitors journey through the life of the Yerxa family and see artifacts collected from their adventures dating back over 100 years.