The desert has lured celebrities since the early 1900s. Some bygone regulars stayed in the same suite when they came to town. Now you can stay there, too.
Raquel Wood’s passion project is the Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa’s partnership with the local no-kill shelter Animal Samaritans.
Originally the estate of Olympic figure skater Sonja Henie, the Villa Royale’s recent makeover still caters to history buffs and now in-the-know hipsters.
Indian Wells offer some of Greater Palm Springs’ most luxe hotels as part of the city’s mission to “create an unsurpassed quality of life.”
Indio is the largest and fastest-growing city in eastern Riverside County, carving out its own destination niche as the desert’s City of Festivals.
La Quinta is one of only two cities in the nation to be named after a resort (the other is Beverly Hills) when it was incorporated in 1982.
With its rolling parks and hiking trails, art walks, zoo, and high-end retail, a stay in Palm Desert means a new discovery every time.
Tour La Quinta Resort and hear and see its rich history through the eyes of its former general manager, who shares some precious anecdotes.
What they call the “Playground of Presidents,” Rancho Mirage is fast becoming a place for the rest of America to stay and visit as well.
Desert Hot Springs spas and boutique hotels popped up in the 1950s, enticing tourists with their curative waters then and now.