Palm Springs Area

Palm Springs Area Travel Guide

Articles about Palm Springs Area

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...
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...
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...
By Jenny Adams

Vertical gardens? Personal infinity pools? Don’t judge these hotels by their diminutive footprints.

 

By Kate Parham Kordsmeier

Hotels in Palm Springs Area

Staying in the 19 Spanish revival casitas or 44 poolside rooms at the Borrego Ranch Resort, with its 42 acres of gardens and fountains, is like staying at a spa. Play the 18-hole Tom Fazio signature course or lounge on the rooftop deck at Morado Spa.

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The décor may be outdated, but one of the area’s best restaurants serves satisfying Italian classics such as eggplant parmigiana and Sicilian chicken.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

Located inside the Parker hotel, the Palm Springs Yacht Club is far from the ocean but cultivates a country-club atmosphere with old-fashioned court games, British cocktails, and an expansive spa.