Lydia Kremer

Lydia Kremer is a veteran travel writer and an enthusiastic ambassador for Palm Springs, her adopted home town since 1992.

As a strong advocate for cultural and architectural preservation, she has served on the executive committee of the Riverside County Cultural Heritage Tourism Project; the board of trustees for the California Preservation Foundation; and the board of the Architecture & Design Council of the Palm Springs Art Museum. 

As a career publicist, Lydia promoted Palm Springs Modernism Week for the first seven years of its inception, helping to shape it into an international cultural event drawing thousands of modernism aficionados from around the world.

A widely-published freelance writer, her features have appeared in Sunset Magazine, VisitEurope, Odyssey Magazine, Palm Springs Life Magazine, American Saver, Los Angeles Confidential, The Desert Sun, Desert Magazine, ART Scene and others.  She writes on a wide range of topics, i.e. people, community events, art, culture, and travel. She can be reached at

Latest Blogs

Three New Eateries Add More Cool Factor to Palm Springs’ Dining Scene

The cool factor in the Palm Springs dining scene has just been turned up a few notches with three new exciting dining options. From flavorful Mexican street food to Italian cuisine with Sicilian roots, and a...

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The Palm Springs Hotel

A new stylish boutique hotel has just amped up the glamour quotient in Palm Springs. The Palm Springs Hotel is the newest addition to the town’s seductive appeal. At the intersection of Old...

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Appetito Serves Up Fresh Classics and Tasty Specials

Newly-opened this season, Appetito is carving a new path in the deli/bistro offerings in Palm Springs. Co-owners Patrick Service and John Shay, both veterans in the food and hospitality business, have created a tasty and...

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Savor a slice of Paris in Palm Springs

Charlotte and Raphael Farsy, owners of L’Atelier in Palm Springs, have brought a delightful Parisian bistro experience to downtown Palm Springs not to be missed! The young couple came to Palm Springs on what was...

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Celebrate the Rat Pack Era at The Purple Room

The Purple Room, a 1960s favorite watering hole and supper club of the famed Rat Pack was recently  reopened for a new generation of nightlife hipsters. The Rat Pack, the hippest A-List crowd on the planet then and...

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