Appetite for Love: 5 Spots to Feed your Romance

Appetite for Love: 5 Spots to Feed your Romance

If you “hunger” for something different on a romantic date night, Greater Palm Springs is the right place to be. Any and all of these five dining hotspots will inspire you to kiss and tell… and eat, of course! JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa | Palm Desert Our first romantic dining spot is the JW Marriot…

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Ignite your Love in Greater Palm Springs

Ignite your Love in Greater Palm Springs

Nothing warms the heart quite like lounging around a fire pit with the one you love, staying up to till the wee hours sipping a nightcap while ignited by a fire’s warmth or basking in the glow of centerpiece flames at a romantic dinner table for two. Throughout the Greater Palm Springs oasis, an impressive…

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Boutique Hotel Hideaways in Greater Palm Springs

Boutique Hotel Hideaways in Greater Palm Springs

Romantic rendezvous for two? Make it a getaway to remember for years to come in Greater Palm Springs, where one-of-a-kind boutique hotel hideaways are the perfect memory makers for your epic love story. Bursting with character and charm – but without the crowds – these six boutique hotel hideaways set the scene for…

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5 Legendary Spots for Romance

5 Legendary Spots for Romance

No matter where you look in Greater Palm Springs, you’ll find the perfect backdrop for romance. If you want to make it unforgettable, though, grab your date and hold on—we’re going to show you five unique spots that are completely up to kiss and tell caliber! 1. Romantic Time Capsule   Also known as the House…

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Joshua Tree National Park: 80 Years of Wonder

Joshua Tree National Park: 80 Years of Wonder

For more than 80 years, Joshua Tree National Park has preserved nearly 800,000 acres of otherworldly beauty as one of the world’s most incredible natural desert treasures. Sweeping, grand in scale and populated by granite monoliths and voluptuous rock and boulder formations, the park offers wonder to eco-travelers,…

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Beyond the Bar: Six Awesome Activities After Dark

Beyond the Bar: Six Awesome Activities After Dark

While we fully endorse happy hours, wine tastings and late-night bar hopping, there’s more to Greater Palm Springs’ nightlife than a refreshing cocktail after the sun sets. Leave your ID at home, skip the bars and casinos for a night and join some stimulating sobering and romantic adventures in the desert when…

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Hop on the Ale Trail

Hop on the Ale Trail

  Echoing the nation's burgeoning craft craze which has seen micro brewers grab a double-digit share of the U.S. beer market in recent years, the suds of Greater Palm Springs are rising in kind. With a trio of local breweries pouring a host of homegrown flavors, the suddenly "hopping" beer scene of the desert is…

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Spa under the Stars

Spa under the Stars

An abundance of shimmering stars is quite a sight to behold as evening falls on Greater Palm Springs; however, it’s especially breathtaking when you spa under those very same stars. Add a special “glimmer” to your next spa getaway with these unforgettable “spa under the stars” experiences. Two Bunch Palms…

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Pack the Perfect ‘Polo’ Picnic

Pack the Perfect ‘Polo’ Picnic

The exhilarating rush of pounding hooves on manicured greens is right around the corner as the month of January marks the beginning of Polo Season. It is time to dig out the sunscreen and the Trina Turk floral pants, don a silly hat and casual flats and dust off the picnic basket for one of the valley’s most…

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Discover Stars on the Back Road

Discover Stars on the Back Road

Get truly close up to the stars as desert skies turn up the voltage—star voltage, that is. Pile in an open-air hummer and climb high into the off- road backcountry of Joshua Tree or head to Borrego Springs for one of the biggest stargazing events in the desert. Borrego Springs at Night Point your car going east…

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Celebrating Cowboys in Lone Pine

Celebrating Cowboys in Lone Pine

The California Senate proclaimed the fourth Saturday in July National Day of the Cowboy for perpetuity. The recognition comes as no surprise to those of us who grew up on cowboy westerns, a majority of those filmed in and around Lone Pine. This western version of Cannes is a real family affair, with something to…

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Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree

A scenic drive up Highway 62 to Twentynine Palms leads to the north entrance of Joshua Tree National Park. Comprised of high-desert wilderness and hosting “forests” of namesake Joshua trees, desert wildlife, inspiring vistas and a colorful history, the nearby park is a natural treasure for visitors from all over…

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Tour Cabot’s Pueblo Museum

Tour Cabot’s Pueblo Museum

“There is no place, just like this place, anywhere near this place, so this must be the place.” –A sign that greets visitors to Cabot’s Pueblo Museum Wander your way through Desert Hot Springs, and you might be surprised to stumble upon a distinctively Hopi pueblo in the land of the Cahuilla. Venture closer to…

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The Weird and Wonderful Salton Sea

The Weird and Wonderful Salton Sea

There is much to read and learn about the Salton Sea, California’s largest lake, but visiting is the best way to really know the Sea. The Sonny Bono National Wildlife Refuge The Sea had lost some of its allure as it kept shrinking, enough to make the late entertainer, Mayor of Palms Springs and Congressman Sonny…

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Amazing Finds in Borrego Springs

Amazing Finds in Borrego Springs

The tiny town of Borrego Springs, a short drive from the Greater Palm Springs area, might remind you of Palm Springs decades ago—small, open, embraced by the quiet of pristine desert and the darkest, starriest skies imaginable. Not surprising, there isn’t one traffic light—let alone traffic. It is unquestionably…

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