Desert Hot Springs spas and boutique hotels popped up in the 1950s, enticing tourists with their curative waters then and now.
Amid the desert’s airy Hacienda-style and midcentury hotels, these rustic stays are anything but unrefined.
Josh Leffler oversees a broad spectrum of extracurricular activities at Welk Resorts Desert Oasis in Cathedral City.
Palm Springs first charmed travelers in the early 1900s with its dry heat. They came to Nellie Coffman’s famed Desert Inn, then a sanatarium with modest tent lodgings. The inn evolved through the ’20s into a resort refashioned with Spanish Mediterranean–style suites for an upscale clientele, and by the time the city was incorporated in 1938, Coffman’s inn had become
Lexi Dempsey is downright serious about cultivating good times for resort guests at JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa.
The opening of Andaz Palm Springs will transform what was once a sleepy intersection into part of the walk appeal of downtown Palm Springs.
With the Sands Hotel & Spa in Indian Wells, Martyn Lawrence Bullard has transformed a dated 1950s-era property into a mod Aladdin’s cave that has more than one nod to millennial expectations plus good old-fashioned desert glamour.
A mix of sumptuous stays, haute cuisine, and pampering service defines luxury in Greater Palm Springs as a destination oasis.
There’s a certain je ne sais quoi that’s synonymous with Greater Palm Springs. The atmosphere fosters a kaleidoscopic cast of artisans and purveyors who cater to offbeat tastes.
Visitors to can still experience retro Greater Palm Springs, forever frozen in time, thanks to mindful property renovations, keen service, and carefully curated antique shops.