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Palm Springs

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Sporting a cool modern vibe and countless ways to relax

Fed by underground springs, the desert comes alive here, not only with signature palms, but also with a string of resort communities – including Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Indian Wells and the namesake town of Palm Springs. The area found fame in the 1950s when the Rat Pack stars built sleek estates, enjoyed rounds of golf and wined and dined the night away. Today, there’s still plenty of hipster swagger but also a new energy thanks to hot new restaurants, luxury hotels and fabulous shopping.

Why visit?

  • Hiking hotspot
  • Amazing art studios
  • Fabulous shopping
  • Glorious golf
  • Nearby national parks
  • Superb dining and nightlife
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Palm Mountain Resort & Spa - Pool

Palm Mountain Resort

From £53 pp
Bronze

Set in the heart of Palm Springs just a stone's throw away from the famed Palm Canyon Drive.

Renaissance Palm Springs - Pool

Renaissance Palm Springs

From £69 pp
Silver

Lying in the Coachella Valley near the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway at the foot of the San Jacinto Mountains.

Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort - Standard Two Queens

Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa

From £96 pp
Silver Plus

This luxury desert oasis will delight if you are seeking a resort with lots of activities

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The facts:

Getting there: There are no non-stop flights from the UK to Palm Springs, so flying time is approximately 13 hours 30 minutes (via Phoenix). Alternatively, it’s an easy 2 hour drive from Los Angeles or San Diego.

Best time to travel: Palm Springs has more than 350 days of sunshine with very little rain. The dry desert heat of summer sends temperatures soaring, while winter remains comfortably warm and the evenings cool rather than cold.

Palm Springs climate:

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