If walls could talk, could we handle the truth? That’s the question after learning the storied history behind these nine Palm Springs hotels.
The 150-room retreat in prime shopping territory reflects the desert’s midcentury bent.
Across 13 acres hidden behind the walls of Parker Palm Springs, Randy Araiza orchestrates any vision in tandem with each host’s hired event planner.
Mount San Jacinto may be looking down at the hottest property in town, Kimpton The Rowan Palm Springs, but its view is rightfully tinged with a shade of envy. For the first time in Palm Springs history, a hotel is about to afford guests desert vistas that rival those to be had atop the mountain itself. The much anticipated seven-story
Summer in the desert conjures images of long, lazy pool days, sunset cocktails, or maybe a massage to cool down after an early morning hike. Consider doing that at one of Greater Palm Springs’ resorts and save some coin at the same time. Here are 12 summer deals that are light on the wallet and heavy on the pleasure. Book
In the 1930s, when Palm Springs visitors might have rolled into town humming “In the Mood” or “Cheek to Cheek,” the white Spanish-eclectic bungalows at La Serena Villas were a popular hideout for those seeking a leisurely romantic getaway. The musical score of our lives has changed, but romance is alive and well again at this property on South Belardo
If the triumphant return of the 28-room Holiday House hotel does nothing else, it confirms the ascension of the historic Tennis Club district of downtown Palm Springs to the height of the desert’s boutique hotel firmament. Of course, the hotel was there all along, but now it’s been spruced up like never before. When it opened as a single-story hotel back
Just when you thought it was safe to assume you’ve seen every type of boutique hotel in Greater Palm Springs under the sun, along comes something new. Except that it’s sort of old .. except in a fun way that marries creativity and convenience. Wanderlust, a collection of rebooted recreational vehicles and travel trailers tucked discreetly in the back of
At the four-diamond Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in beautiful Rancho Mirage it begins with luxurious and spacious guest rooms. Each of the hotel’s 340 rooms—the largest in the Coachella Valley—come with all the ingredients needed for the perfect getaway, including cozy bedding, flat screen televisions and sunken tubs. The resort and its amenities are equally impressive. The award-winning Sunstone
Cattlemen and cactus poachers, miners and musicians, activists and artists. Homesteaders and Harley riders, Native Americans and netpreneurs, tree huggers and trailblazers. For more than 5,000 years, people of all kinds have visited Joshua Tree. What was once a national monument frequented by roughly 30,000 people per year is now an 800,000-acre national park whose popularity is growing at a