Looking for a place to stay during the holidays? The Mamie Van Doren suite at the Andreas Hotel & Spa gives you comfort with a slight sex appeal in its convenient downtown Palm Springs location.
Although the gondola rides at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa in Palm Desert may not be quite as famous as their Venetian counterparts, they also have their eco-friendly side.
The Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa has its eco-friendly bases covered, including a program to teach kids that recycling can be fun.
The Monroe Palm Springs may be one of the newest hotels in town, but they didn’t waste any time going green.
The eco-friendly practices at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa in Indian Wells have really taken flight—literally.
Where better to focus a green initiative than on the golf course? La Quinta Resort & Club says that is just the beginning of the resort’s eco-friendly policies.
Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs will open a new event space in January 2014 covering more than 4,000 square feet.
Tucked away in Palm Springs Movie Colony neighborhood, the boutique Avanti Hotel has mid-century style and 21st-century eco-friendly features
It requires little more than a glance at a Coachella Valley map to see that the City of Rancho Mirage occupies an enviable spot. If a gigantic bull’s-eye were to be placed over the center of the valley, Rancho Mirage would easily rest inside.
2013 marks the 75th anniversary of the city of Palm Springs — and it has been another spectacular year to remember for Southern California’s most legendary resort playground!
Palm Desert and its economy are on the move, with building activity accelerating at an exhilarating pace not seen in years.
In the past year, the City of La Quinta has experienced a resurgence in economic development activity — demonstrating that the Gem of the Desert remains a prime destination for work, play and quality of life.
Talk about magnetic pull. All those vehicles hurtling towards Indio along Interstate 10 have heard the buzz. They know Indio is the place where things are happening right now.
While the global economic outlook has shifted over the past several years, Coachella continues to offer the best value proposition for residents and investors in the Coachella Valley.
Some 100 miles east of Los Angeles, yet a world apart, lies Indian Wells, Calif., an extraordinary residential and resort community nestled at the foothills of the picturesque Santa Rosa Mountains.
Many year-round and seasonal residents make Cathedral City their home while others come to find what they need because this centrally located city has it all.
Miramonte Resort and Spa in Indian Wells has an expansive herb garden on property that its restaurant, The Grove Artisan Kitchen, uses extensively.
When Denise Wilson decided to parlay her passion for flying into a small business, even she underestimated the possibilities for her fledgling charter jet service company.
Goldenvoice, which produces the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival and Stagecoach, will partner with the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs to produce live poolside music events.
The Parker Palm Springs has tackled its green initiatives with electric car charging stations, and an herb and vegetable garden.
Musical memorabilia chosen from Hard Rock International’s famed warehouse will adorn the walls of the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs.
Many Coachella Valley hotels have adopted sustainability in exciting and inventive ways from herb gardens to beauty products made through ‘green chemistry’ to vehicle charging stations.
Construction is expected to begin during the first quarter of 2014 on the Dolce Hotel and Resort in downtown Palm Springs and be completed by August 2015.
The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort and Spa in Rancho Mirage has been honored with a 2013 Cool Planet Award for best energy efficient practices in the hospitality sector.