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Other Palm Springs, South Properties Travel Tips
Taste the Good Life at Palm Springs Resorts
One of the most well-known resort cities in California is Palm Springs. In the 1950s and 1960s, Palm Springs resorts became one of the hottest destinations since Hollywood stars congregated there. Today, Palm Springs rental homes are still a hot commodity, especially in the South Properties. When you book any Palm Springs lodging, you are sure to find the perfect blend of outdoor fun and casual relaxation in a laid-back family-friendly atmosphere.
Palm Springs Rental Homes Allow for a Day at the Museum
If you love the arts, Palm Springs rentals are the perfect solutions for your next vacation. Most Palm Springs rental homes are quite close to the local galleries and museums. You will not want to miss the Palm Springs Art Museum on Museum Drive which was founded in 1933. Step out of your Palm Springs rental homes and into special exhibits mixed with its amazing permanent collection. If art museums are not your cup of tea, check out the Palm Springs Air Museum on Gene Autry Trail.
Attend Film Festivals during Your Stay in Palm Springs Lodging
If you are booking Palm Springs lodging in early January or the end of August, you are in luck if you love film festivals! During the first two weeks of January, you will have the chance to attend the Palm Springs International Film Festival. It is a star-studded event complete with a black tie gala. Since it is open to the public, anyone staying in Palm Springs resorts is able to attend. In August, the Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films is a great way to get to know up-and-coming directors and actors.
Do Not Miss the Sights of Palm Springs Resorts
You cannot book Palm Springs lodging without taking advantage of the beautiful scenery surrounding you. Do not miss the Indian Canyons, just a short drive from most Palm Springs rental homes. The Indian Canyons are comprised of the Murray Canyon, Andreas Canyon, Palm Canyon, and Tahquitz Canyon. These are sacred Native sites which are now open to the public. And do not miss the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway which has incredible views at night and takes you through a winter wonderland in the winter.