Palm Springs Area

Palm Springs Area Travel Guide

Articles about Palm Springs Area

By Erika Owen
If you've got $695 burning a hole in your pocket—or plans to jet off to Palm Springs anytime soon—you can now get up close and personal with some of Elizabeth Taylor's actual posessions in her former home. Just think: you could spend your nights c...
By Erika Owen
If you've got $695 burning a hole in your pocket—or plans to jet off to Palm Springs anytime soon—you can now get up close and personal with some of Elizabeth Taylor's actual posessions in her former home. Just think: you could spend your nights c...
By Erika Owen
If you've got $695 burning a hole in your pocket—or plans to jet off to Palm Springs anytime soon—you can now get up close and personal with some of Elizabeth Taylor's actual posessions in her former home. Just think: you could spend your nights c...
By Erika Owen
If you've got $695 burning a hole in your pocket—or plans to jet off to Palm Springs anytime soon—you can now get up close and personal with some of Elizabeth Taylor's actual posessions in her former home. Just think: you could spend your nights c...
By David A. Keeps
Think you’ve heard it all when it comes to DJ pool parties? How about a bash where you don’t have to listen to that boom-boom bass unless you really want to? In Palm Springs, where cool kid hangouts like the Ace Hotel keep the Coachella vibe pumpi...
By Nancy MacDonell
Last June, fashion designer Maria Cornejo and her design director took a trip—“an inspiration day”—to Joshua Tree National Park. “I don’t look at magazines, I don’t do vintage,” says Cornejo. “For me, art and nature are what’s inspiring.” Along...

Hotels in Palm Springs Area

Errol Flynn and Rudolph Valentino were once entertained by Gordon Coutts, a Scottish painter who owned a Moroccan villa––one of the two villas that make up this pensione (family-run guesthouse). The hotel still attracts the “in” crowd, including professional photographers and actors.

Restaurants in Palm Springs Area

The décor may be outdated, but one of the area’s best restaurants serves satisfying Italian classics such as eggplant parmigiana and Sicilian chicken.

Things to do in Palm Springs Area

Visiting the peaks of Palm Springs’ Mount San Jacinto requires either an eight-minute ascent on the Palm Springs Aerial Tram or a lengthy drive to the end of U.S. Highway 243 north. Once at the top, the Coachella Valley and neighboring San Gabriel Mountains are visible.