Palm Springs CA: a desert oasis with a cosmopolitan twist. A visit to Palm Springs is an opportunity to dine in world class restaurants & lounge at legendary boutique hotels. For the outdoor adventurer; Palm Springs offers magnificent hiking, unique jeep tours & 360 days of sunshine & starry nights.
Cradled by the Little San Bernardino Mountains to the north, the Santa Rosa Mountains on the south, and the San Jacinto Mountains to the west, the Coachella Valley enjoys its famed warm, dry climate as a result of their shelter. Rainfall is generally less than 6 inches a year and the average “Winter” temperature is in the upper 70′s. Summers are warmer with temperatures averaging about 108 degrees during the day with lows in the upper 70′s to mid-80′s at night.
Right next door to Palm Springs, Cathedral City has that small town feel with most of the amenities of a larger city! There are several amazing resorts, golf, great shopping & restaurants throughout. You will also find other properties for stay and play along E. Palm Canyon Corridor who caters to a mix of lifestyles.
It is also known as the “City of Festivals” and is the largest city in the Coachella Valley. The city sponsors 8 major festivals a year. This with all the other musical, cultural, and sporting events entertains thousands of visitors each year. With tourist comes all the necessary amenities, Hotels, restaurants, nightlife, & shopping.
In Palm Desert you will find, five star resorts, world-class golf, art, entertainment and so much more.There is a little of something for everyone in this oasis in the desert. As with any other city in the Coachella Valley, their weather is to die for.
Palm Springs is a city that celebrates diversity; Palm Springs has long been a favorite destination for the Gay and Lesbian community. Unique to Palm Springs is its abundance of resorts catering to the gay and lesbian community. With nearly 40 gay and lesbian specific resorts/guesthouses to choose from, its great weather, mountain views, and a community that is about as welcoming as they come, you’ll want to return.