This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$650 - $950 per week 7-28 night min stay
$1,600 - $3,300 per month 28 night min stay
$659 per week 14 night min stay
Four Seasons Travel Tips
Enjoy Palm Springs throughout the Year at Four Seasons Condo Rentals
Palm Springs is well known for its consistent weather. The desert climate makes it possible for people to play sports and enjoy the outdoors all year long. This might make Four Seasons condo rentals sound like a bit of a misnomer. Still, Four Seasons vacation homes are one of the best ways for vacationers to enjoy Palm Springs.
Playing Golf and Tennis in Palm Springs
Four Seasons condo rentals will give you access to a plethora of golf courses and tennis clubs. Some of the top choices for golfers include Escena Golf Club, Classic Club, and Desert Falls Country Club. Tennis fanatics will want to make reservations at top clubs such as Palm Springs Hilton Racquet Club, Oasis Water Villa, or Canyon Shores Tennis Club. All of these are excellent options located near your Four Seasons vacation homes. They are also very popular amongst residents and tourists alike, so you should make your reservations well in advance. This will help ensure that you get to play your favorite spots while you visit.
Other Outdoor Activities near Palm Springs
Those who would like to explore the areas of Palm Springs that have not been turned into tennis courts and golf courses will also have plenty of options. If you enjoy water parks, then schedule some time to visit Knott's Soak City. They have several water slides and a wave pool that are suitable for the whole family. You should also consider exploring the natural environment near Palm Springs vacation rentals. There are many hiking trails and preserves located in and near Palm Springs, including Palm Springs Indian Canyon Trails, Big Morongo Canyon Preserve, and the Palm Springs Museum Trail. These trails vary in difficulty, so choose one that you can enjoy and is within your hiking experience.