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Showing 151 - 159 of 159 - Style Across America - Palm Springs

  • Aug 12, 2014

The editors of Esquire set off on a cross-country journey to discover the best of what the United States has to offer. From style to food and drink and other distinctly American oddities, we scoured this land by car from New York to L.A. Here is a sampling of what we encountered on our journey from Phoenix, Arizona to Palm Springs, California. Read full article about Palm Springs on 

Lavish Living Magazine: Palm Springs Getaway

  • Aug 1, 2014

Life and vacationing is wonderfully unique at the breathtaking escape destination of Palm Springs. Year round weather is distinctly better. The sun is definitely warmer. Stars appear brighter. And the sky seems bluer. As the gateway city to the Coachella Valley, the Palm Springs name remains the most famous desert community, certainly in California and maybe internationally, as well. It has often been referred to as the playground of the stars. Admittedly the down valley towns of La Quinta, Palm Desert, Indian Wells have more prestigious golf courses and upscale shops but Palm Springs with its glamorous history has a lot to offer that those communities just don’t provide. And it’s slightly amusing that often times when major events are held in other down-valley cities, the national print media and television often refer to the event as being held in “more easily recognized” Palm Springs. We’re sure those press coverage decisions have rankled the host cities for decades. Read full article online in Living Lavish Magazine >>> Palm Springs Holiday Glow

  • Jul 21, 2014

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To learn how to get an old-school haute-holiday glow, April Long visits Palm Springs, the home of timelessly chic hot-weather beauty. Long before Coachella lured legions of caftan-clad music lovers to its environs, Palm Springs, California, was a hot spot for high-class hedonism: In the 1950s, legend has it, Frank Sinatra would hoist a Jack Daniel’s flag outside his estate to alert neighbors Cary Grant and Jack Benny that cocktails were being served at his famous piano-shaped pool; the owners of L’Horizon hotel—a midcentury-modern marvel where Marilyn Monroe once caused a stir by showering alfresco—were known for throwing three-day-long parties in which guests were whisked by private jet from Palm Springs to San Diego’s Kona Kai Club, with a stop for dinner in Disneyland. Photos of the town in its heyday are resplendent with swimsuit-clad beauties and tuxedoed crooners—all of them rendered even more glamorous by the desert’s preternaturally luminous light, which comes in at an angle over the mountains, glances off the surrounding sea of sand and rock, and suffuses the landscape and its inhabitants with a warm, eternal-holiday glow. Read full article on

CBS LA: Weekend Escape to Palm Springs

  • Jun 30, 2014

Desert playground to yesterday’s Hollywood elite, Palm Springs still draws big names like this paradisiacal place did when Frank Sinatra and his cronies held court back in their heyday. The difference now? Today’s visitors cross all demographics to access a destination that lures in the rich and the famous as well as just regular folks who crave the dry heat while embracing a full range of hotels, attractions and restaurants that abound here, all accessible by car at only an hour and a half away from downtown Los Angeles.

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Pasadena Now: Palm Springs

  • Jun 30, 2014

Most of us from SoCal have been to Palm Springs, but were we really staying in Palm Springs? Located right in the middle of Downtown on Palm Canyon Drive sits the Hyatt Palm Springs (previously Hyatt Regency Suites), now that’s Palm Springs. With walkable-distance shops and dining to the right and left of the hotel you can’t get anymore centrally located. Read full story about places to dine and play in Palm Springs >>>

New York Times: The Desert in Demand

  • Jun 2, 2014

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It was Dinah Shore Weekend in Palm Springs — or the Dinah, as it’s known — five days of Sapphic revelry that every April draws some 15,000 women from around the country to this sun-washed city 90 miles southeast of Los Angeles. On Saturday evening, however, the hottest ticket in town may not have been the L Word Pool Party, but a relatively low-key cocktail reception hosted by the Palm Springs Art Museum to benefit its new Architecture and Design Center. Read full online story by Peter Haldeman in New York Times

Reign Magazine: Palm Springs Chic

  • Apr 18, 2014

A Denver consumer magazine features Palm Springs on cover including editorial about places to stay and have fun. Check out their amazing photo shoot ... Check out pages 50-64 of their digital issue. Blog: 48 Hours in Palm Springs

  • Mar 31, 2014

Frank Sinatra debuted one of the most swinging Palm Springs traditions in the 1950s: Almost every night he was at his Twin Palms Estate (which still stands today), he’d raise a Jack Daniel’s flag at 5 p.m. to alert his friends and neighbors to come over and partake in happy hour around his piano-shaped pool.

When I’m in need of a major dose of Vitamin D (or J.D., per Frank’s tradition), I retreat into Palm Springs’ sunny embrace. Steeped in enough swagger and style to outlast the coolest cats in town—just about every big-name celeb has had a brush with Hollywood's first love—its effortless cool delivers from dawn till dusk. Think of this 48-hour guide as your Sinatra happy-hour flag. 

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Palm Springs Voted as Top Winter Travel Destination

  • Dec 19, 2013, the vacation rental company of leading travel site TripAdvisor, have announced through industry research and traveler feedback, Palm Springs is recognized as a Top Destination for Winter Travel