In the shadow of the San Jacinto Mountains in the Coachella Valley, California, Palm Springs beckons the international jet set with an enticing restaurant and nightlife scene, a stunning natural landscape, and a number of world-class golf resorts. The resort city’s arts scene has been shaped by its history as an escape for Hollywood stars and the famous Rat Pack in the 1950s and 1960s, with an array of high-end culinary establishments, theaters, casinos, antique shops, and boutiques following the in crowd and helping to shape the Palm Springs of today. Palm Springs is also home to the largest rotating aerial tramway in the world, and the Coachella Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
PSP - Palm Springs International Airport
Nearest train station
Palm Springs CA (PSN)
Spa & Recreation
Massages, yoga and meditation, 2 Jacuzzis, steam room, sauna, 24-hour gym and spa shop
Food & Drink
West Coast cuisine featuring energizing fruit juices, organic grains and more
Conference & Meetings
Presidio pool, Regency courtyard, Estrella courtyard & cabanas, Chi Chi cabana
Take a quintessential West Coast road trip, incorporating scenic Pacific views, desert landscapes, pockets of beach, rugged cliffsides, and urban sprawls. It’s as American as apple pie.