Palm Springs has long been deemed California’s ultimate desert playground. It’s been the quintessential oasis for outdoor adventure, arts and culture, gaming and entertainments. Palm Springs has over 350 days of sunshine and guaranteed perfect weather for your group to enjoy the desert’s natural beauty.

Visitors from all over the world are lured to Palm Springs for its storied Hollywood legacy, Native American heritage and stellar collection of mid-century modern architecture.

What’s New in Palm Springs
The City of Palm Springs has experienced over $200 million in new hotels and major renovations.

  • New hotels include Saguaro Palm Springs (formerly Holiday Inn Palm Springs Resort)
  • Major hotel renovations include The Spa Resort Casino Hotel, Renaissance Palm Springs (Formerly Wyndham) and Hyatt Regency Suites
  • The legendary Riviera Resort & Spa re-opened after a $70 million rejuvenation, along with the trendy Ace Hotel and Swim Club in 2009.
  • Recent Palm Springs property renovations include affordably hip Palm Springs Travelodge, new spa at Colony Palms Hotel and a new Elements spa at the Hilton Palm Springs

Group/FIT Rate Request
The Palm Spring Bureau of Tourism can help you plan your group or FIT program to Palm Springs, California. To receive customized bids from Pam Springs lodging properties, attractions and services, please contact Mary Jo Ginther, Director of Tourism at 760-325-6611 or mginther@visitpalmsprings.com

Free Palm Springs Material
Our colorful brochures will help guide your clients to have a wonderful experience in Palm Springs. You can download our guides online or have them shipped to you using our request form.

Itinerary Ideas
Entertainment for all ages, Palm Springs offers a wealth of indoor and outdoor activities. To help plan your adventure, click here to see 1 to 5 days of activities in Palm Springs.

If you're interested in organizing a site visit or FAM tour for your company, please contact Mary Jo Ginther, Director of Tourism. The Bureau of Tourism can assist you in the development of your itinerary and provide you the contacts and resources to make sure you have a productive and successful visit.

Location:
Palm Springs is located in two hours from Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties. Our desert destination is centrally located for groups and FIT to plan a Southern California trip.

Palm Springs International Airport
The Palm Springs International Airport is located within 2 miles or five minutes of downtown Palm Springs. It is served by major airlines that connect to hundreds of cities worldwide. Every year, PSP welcomes more than 1.5 million visitors from over 500 cities around the world. www.palmspringsairport.com

International Tourism Offices
Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism has two agencies that represent travel trade sales. If you are a tour operator or travel agent in Germany or UK, please contact one of the following agencies.

GERMANY
BZ.COMM GmbH
Telephone: +49 69 256 28 88 20
Website: www.bz-comm.de
Public Relations Contact: Franziska Mahler
E-Mail: mahler@bz-comm.de

UK
Hume Whitehead Limited
Phone: +44 (0) 845 498 9981
Website: www.humewhitehead.co.uk
Public Relations Contact: Richard Hume: richard@humewhitehead.co.uk
Sarah Habicht, sarah@humewhitehead.co.uk, +44 (0) 845 498 9987
Katherine Warren, katherine@humewhitehead.co.uk, +44(0) 845 498 9986