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As an instructor at Full Psycle in Palm Springs, John Boyd chooses music and routines that will be both uplifting and upbeat for his classes.
If you’re looking to add a piece of the desert to your home, four Coachella Valley nurseries offer a variety of succulents that don’t, well, suck.
While many may not associate Palm Springs with a winter wonderland, blogger Niki Bowen found plenty of unique ways to enjoy some holiday cheer.
The Palm Springs Hotel, a renovated 1950s property, is a striking mix of midcentury modern meets industrial chic with a bit of European flair. Think clean lines, ceramic tiles, and adorable Parisian inspired cafe tables.
The annual Walking Tour of the Inns is a prime example of Palm Springs creating a Christmas experience that delivers a holiday feel unique to the desert.
As the LGBT community descends on Palm Springs for Pride weekend, accommodations like the Bearfoot Inn await them with their own unique connections to the local gay scene.
Two suites at Riviera Palm Springs provide the type of amenities and comfort for that luxury getaway to acting as a home base for a wedding or bachelorette party.
Formerly known as The Spanish Inn and host to the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Howard Hughes, the Triada Palm Springs opens with a modern look of its ancestor.
Jaime Kowal tested 37 different colors on the hotel doors of The Amado in Palm Springs before choosing the now signature orange.
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