Nestled between Palm Springs and Indio in the Inland Empire region of California, Palm Desert is a resort town with an intimate feel. Sun seekers and nature lovers alike will find much to enjoy while visiting this action-packed city.
Departing from your Palm Springs hotel hitting the trails is a must in Palm Desert -- the perfect way to take in that wide, open California sky. You’ll find trails are well-kept and free to the public. Nearby, explore Joshua Tree National Park, where the Mojave and the Colorado deserts meet in a breathtaking display of desert flora and fauna. Get an up close look at wildlife, too, at the captivating Living Desert Museum.
Of course, what Palm Desert does best is pampering your body, mind and spirit. Enjoy any number of countless golf courses, relax at a spa, or simply browse the boutiques along El Paseo and let your worries fly away. If you’re a music lover, you’ll have to visit during the Coachella Music Festival, one of the largest and most eclectic music festivals in the nation.
To make the most of your time in beautiful Palm Desert, book yourself a room at an IHG hotel in Palm Springs. With world class amenities and a friendly staff, you won’t be able to help letting go and taking advantage of all this paradise city has to offer. Book with IHG today.
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Our new hotel accommodations have been very successful. You now can relax in our new renovated rooms and lobby area. Guest enjoy our Hot Pancake machine or the variety of hot Breakfast foods each morning. Our location to the River is popular with guest who are able to walk across the street for dinner at Flemings, PF Chang or Cheesecake Factory to name a few of the restaurants.
We have stayed in this hotel several times due to its convenient location near family. We particularly like the staff, who we have found to be consistently competent, friendly, and helpful. It's a[More]
well-maintained property and the beds are very comfortable.
They really need to upgrade their wireless internet though. I could hardly ever access it from my room. The signal strength was fine, but there was not enough capacity so it took multiple attempts to connect, when I could get on at all.
Also, I did not appreciate the price gouging during the Coachella festival. The Sunday night at the beginning of our stay cost TWICE as much as the other two days. While I realize this may be typical for area hotels, it was certainly frustrating and I will watch out for it in the future. [Less]