Resorts in Palm Springs, CACalifornia
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Hilton Palm Springs0.49 miles
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Golf Resort Palm Springs4.07 miles
La Quinta Resort & Club, Curio Collection by Hilton16.63 miles
Find Warmer Climes at Resorts in Palm Springs
Take a getaway to an area of Southern California you might not be familiar with in Palm Springs. This unique area is a popular tourist destination in the Coachella Valley, which has museums, parks, and more to fill your days. Even if you’re looking to get away and do nothing more than lounge poolside at one of our resorts in Palm Springs, you can always enjoy moderate to warm temperatures and sunshine.
Experience History and Nature from Palm Springs Resorts
The Palm Springs area has enough museums to keep you occupied and fill several days of vacation time, and you’re never far from one when you stay at our Palm Springs resorts. Visit the Aqua Caliente Cultural Museum to see Native American art on display and Cabot’s Pueblo Museum to learn about both Native American and Alaskan Native culture. There are many specialty museums to both entertain and educate, including the World Famous Crochet Museum, the Palm Springs Art Museum, the General Store Museum, and the Palm Springs Air Museum.
When you’re ready to head outside, take a hike through any of the local parks to see the beauty of the area. Joshua Tree National Park is about an hour-long drive east of Palm Springs resorts. You can also walk through San Bernardino National Forest and Mount San Jacinto State Park to see more of the region’s beauty. Then head over to the Tahquitz Canyon Trail for a 1.8-mile hike on a well-maintained trail that ends at a beautiful 50-foot waterfall. Be warned, this hike isn’t a walk in the park, so be prepared with water, appropriate footwear, and sun protection. The Moorten Botanical Garden offers a leisurely stroll for those who would like to see the natural wonders of Palm Springs without a difficult hike.
Find Culinary Delights at the Best Resorts in Palm Springs
The Coachella Valley is known for more than the palm trees and an annual music festival. As much as 90% of the dates harvested in the U.S. each year come from the area. The arid climate and sustained heat throughout the year make it ideal for growing this sweet fruit. You can find plenty of opportunities to try recipes that use dates in creative ways like smoothies, pies, cookies, milkshakes, and much more.
If you’re not one for dates, there are many restaurants and bars in the area that will welcome all visitors for an evening. The best resorts in Palm Springs are centrally located and offer quick access to some of the most popular watering holes in town.
The Top Palm Springs Resorts are Your Premier Vacation Destination
Book your stay at the top Palm Springs resorts for the best experience possible. Whether you’re planning to see the sights and get out on the town or stay by the pool; our resorts are the perfect destination for you.
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