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Unforgettable Wedding Venues in Palm Springs

Unforgettable Wedding Venues in Palm Springs

  • Posted by Nov 19, 2018

There are innumerable places you can choose for your wedding. While some want the amenities of a large resort, or the outdoor ambiance of a golf course, there are also smaller, lesser known venues that can be spectacular. Why not make your wedding day even more memorable by choosing a unique and beautiful place to get married in the Palm Springs area? O’DONNELL HOUSE | 412 W Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs Weddings аt thе O’Dоnnеll Hоuѕе are…

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Where to Nine and Dine in Palm Springs

Where to Nine and Dine in Palm Springs

  • Posted by Nov 9, 2018

Golf has been a favorite activity in Palm Springs since Mr. O'Donnell built the first golf course back in in 1926. Today it's said there are over 120 courses in the entire valley. Palm Springs offers a number of great public courses, all of which offer great dining. Here’s are some to Nine and Dine options in Palm Springs. Source: Dean Mayo Tahquitz Creek |  1885 Golf Club Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92264, 760-328-1005 With sweeping views of…

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Inside and Out, The Saguaro Hotel Is A Riot of Color

Inside and Out, The Saguaro Hotel Is A Riot of Color

  • Posted by Nov 9, 2018

Located at the intersection of East Palm Canyon Drive and Sunrise Way, the Saguaro Palm Springs immediately catches your eye. It's brightly hued exterior is painted in 14 different desert wildflower colors that are native to California's Colorado Desert. William Kopelk, a local architect, designed the gardens and when everything blooms the colors match those of the building. You can admire these exterior features while lounging at a large pool…

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Eat + Drink: Peabody's Café

Eat + Drink: Peabody's Café

  • Posted by Nov 9, 2018

Peabody's Cafe opened in 1992 as a coffee house. Over the years they became a full restaurant and bar serving simple American food with a Southern California twist. Most everything is made fresh to order.  Debbie Alexander, the owner of Peabody's Café, didn't dream up the name of her restaurant, she still feels an affinity with the monikier. "The name came from the Peabody Hotel in Memphis and was the name of the restaurant when I bought it back…

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3 Palm Springs Fitness Experiences

3 Palm Springs Fitness Experiences

  • Posted by Nov 9, 2018

Step by Step Dance Studio So you think you can dance? Whether or not you’ve got rhythm in your shoes, Step by Step Dance Studio instructs a variety of dance types that are rich with history and culture. For those looking to improve their moves on the dance floor, Step by Step offers classes in jazz , hip hop, ballroom-blitz, the Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, and Salsa, all taught by a professional dance teacher. Try their Step by Step’s Social Dancing…

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Leading Edge Palm Springs Art Museum A+D Center

Leading Edge Palm Springs Art Museum A+D Center

  • Posted by Nov 8, 2018

By Christina Cary The Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion, also known as the A+D Center, was acquired by the museum in 2011. It is showcased as a Class 1 Historic Site located above street level with a mid-century design by E. Stewart Williams. The storied building was once home to the prominent Santa Fe Federal Savings & Loan. The rehabilitation was overseen by preeminent Los Angeles…

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Meet the new Villa Royale

Meet the new Villa Royale

  • Posted by Nov 8, 2018

Built in 1947, Villa Royale emerged in Palm Springs during a period of Post-World War II development in Palm Springs. Adding a small pool of guestrooms to the south end of Palm Springs alongside the Deep Well Guest Ranch and Smoke Tree Ranch, Villa Royale was an early small hotel in south Palm Springs. Owned and managed by a woman by the name of Evelyn Pell, family lore has it that the California ranch-style hotel took its name from the first…

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10 Free Things To Do in Palm Springs

10 Free Things To Do in Palm Springs

  • Posted by Nov 6, 2018

Palm Springs Art Museum  Located in downtown Palm Springs, the museum’s extensive permanent collection includes significant works by western, contemporary and glass artists, and features temporary exhibitions from internationally acclaimed artists. Each month the museum features a free community day on the second Sunday of every month and is always free every Thursday from 4:00 – 8:00 pm.  VillageFest Every Thursday evening, Downtown Palm…

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A Beach House At Home in the Desert

A Beach House At Home in the Desert

  • Posted by Nov 6, 2018

By Lydia Kremer An historic architectural treasure is now a new attraction in Palm Springs. An exact scale replica of the 1952 Walker Beach House by modernist architect Paul Rudolph is installed in Palm Springs.   Through the innovative thinking of local architectural preservationists and a partnership with several sponsors, the replica of Rudolph’s Walker Beach House will be on view for public tours beginning October 2018 through March 2020…

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Choose Your Own Blissful Adventure in Palm Springs

Choose Your Own Blissful Adventure in Palm Springs

  • Posted by Nov 2, 2018

By Erin Behan -November 1, 2018 There are many paths to bliss in Palm Springs, the Coachella Valley playground that’s attracted a glamorous, vacation-minded crowd since the 1920s. Whether you prefer a more calming route of spa treatments, yoga, and vegetarian restaurants, or you want a more adventurous stretch of off-road adventuring, horseback riding, and hiking, Palm Springs has you covered. Spa Your Way to Wellness Korakia Pensione caters…

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