Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Palm Springs area.
From the moment you step off the plane and see the open-air flight gates surrounding the little putting green, then notice that just about everyone around you is carrying golf clubs, and that it seems somehow quieter and more peaceful than anywhere you have ever been, you will know that you have arrived somewhere completely different. Centered within a day's drive between the shore of the Colorado River with its white water rapids to the east, and the casinos of Las Vegas to the north, and only a few hours drive from Los Angeles and San Diego to the south and west, the Palm Springs area offers a wide spectrum of choices for the visitor. The constantly beautiful, dry and sunny desert climate give Palm Springs a continuous tourist season. The restaurants of Palm Springs are frequented by California's wealthier golfers who have come to expect the best here, and the quality of the desert resorts is beyond compare, where the biggest names in entertainment perform live. The sky lift is a breathtaking way of getting a closer look at the whole area than the plane permitted, and drives into the country where you can see acres and acres of wind-power machines in symmetrical lines quietly and cleanly generating power is particularly memorable.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Palm Springs area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Palm Desert||·||Downtown Palm Springs|
|Lodging located in the desert resort area including the cities of Cathedral City, Indian Wells, Palm Desert, Indio, La Quinta and Rancho Mirage.||Lodging options in the City Center near the Palm Springs Convention Center and the Desert Museum. This area is just a couple of miles from the Palm Springs International Airport (PSP).|
|·||Greater Palm Springs||·||Palm Springs North|
|Lodging located in the greater Palm Springs area surrounding the City Center.||Lodging options in communities north of Palm Springs, including North Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs and Yucca Valley.|
|·||Moorten's Botanical Gardens|
|Lodging located south of the downtown area near the beautiful Moorten's Desertland Botanical Garden.|
Area Facts: The earliest known name of Palm Springs was Agua Caliente, Spanish for 'hot water,' referring to the desert oasis around which this resort area grew. The local area code for Palm Springs is 760.
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