Staying in downtown Palm Springs does not mean being dropped into the middle of a bustling metropolis. But what it does mean is being immersed into the unique and diverse culture where resort town meets chic. You’ll find distinct treasures, souvenirs, and experiences in the distinct stores that line Palm Canyon Drive. “Palm Canyon has such a treasure trove of
The Salton Sea is a historical accident. Created between 1905 and 1907 when the Colorado River water broke through canals in Imperial County’s irrigation system, it looks like a landscape that time forgot. Sand, mountains, palms, abandoned buildings, a burnt out, sun drenched poetic atmosphere that attracts the curious and the adventurous. And yet it makes a great backdrop for
Here is a trip to Greater Palm Springs complete with amenities for fun, food, and frivolity – whether you live here or planning a visit.
The Healing Waters Spa Tour on Jan. 28 gives the public a rare look at Desert Hot Springs spas and the services they offer.
Palm Mountain Resort and Spa has timed its new look with the 20th annual Palm Springs Walk of the Inns on Dec. 10.
A hidden gem, The Chateau at Lake La Quinta is the only boutique hotel in the East Valley to overlook an extensive body of water.
L’Horizon Resort and Spa in Palm Springs has achieved a series of firsts already after opening in late summer.
Built in the early 1950s as a production retreat for the cast and crew of “A Place in the Sun” starring Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift, the hotel by the same name is a favorite of many loyal long-time guests.
Hotel guests at Los Arboles Hotel in Palm Springs have access to gorgeous views of Mt. San Jacinto and the entire valley from the property’s rooftop terrace.
Owned and operated by the Rossi family since 2004, San Giuliano Hotel remains a hideaway for contemporary Hollywood in downtown Palm Springs.