Visitors Information in Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Cathedral City, Indio and Rancho Mirage
Like an oasis in the middle of the California desert, Palm Springs is a luxurious destination where the elite come to golf, relax and enjoy the amazing landscapes that surround them.
Travelers looking for a place to stay during their Palm Springs vacation have a wealth of options, as the city is brim full with deluxe accommodations. At the secluded Casitas del Monte, guests can get away from the hustle and bustle of city life as they take a dip in the pool, soak in views of nearby mountains or explore the surrounding area by foot or bike. Another great spot to stay is the Marquis Villas Resort, where travelers can kick back in oversized suites featuring fireplaces and private balconies.
At the Oasis Resort (yes, Oasis), people visiting Palm Springs can stay in comfortable California-style condos equipped with all the amenities they could ever care to use - including a full kitchen that allows guests to cook their own meals. Tourists can have a similar experience at Vista Mirage Resort, which also has condos with their own kitchens. Meanwhile, the Palm Canyon Resort's tropical landscaping and serene atmosphere are a unique departure from Palm Springs' arid desert setting, and visitors are sure to have a blast in the resort's 1.5-acre swimming pool with cascading waterfalls.
Active travelers can play their favorite sport at the Palm Springs Tennis Club Resort, which has spacious timeshare rentals and plenty of tennis courts. Those who would rather relax with a massage can stay at Plaza Resort and Spa, which has one of the best Palm Springs spas.
The Indian Canyons Golf Resort South Course is one of the top attractions in the area, while the scenic Cathedral Canyon Country Club is another popular place to play a round. The famous Mission Hills Country Club is one of the largest in the area, featuring three separate courses, 27 tennis courts, a spa and a fitness center.