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Recent Palm Springs reviews

  • Nice Quiet Well Maintained Home with Privacy

    "This home is clean and well maintained. The neighborhood is quiet. The kitchen is modern and well stocked. Just buy some groceries and beverages and you are all set. Gas fireplace in the living room for cooler desert evenings. Backyard has nice pool and spa with privacy. Very relaxing stay. This is our 3rd visit and we're booked for next year, too."
    Guest: SFFORSS Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 18, 2015
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  • Great lower unit!

    "This lower unit at Casa Verde was our home away from home for March, 2014. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Morning coffee on the patio was made even better with frequent visits by the hummingbirds. Pool and hot tub are so close and handy. Enjoyed being able to walk downtown and to the Saturday morning street fair. Thank you Donna and Laura...as you know, we'll be back next March and would love to stay for more than one month...someday??!! The only improvement we'd make is a newer TV in the living room. Otherwise, the unit was very well equipped!"
    Guest: Judy M. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 16, 2014
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  • Sanctuary in the Desert

    "What an incredible four days we had in this spectacular Mid-Century home in the Twin Palms neighborhood of Palm Springs. This spacious three bedroom offered all the amenities and more with its open layout and fabulous brand new kitchen. The home was so clean, nicely furnished, and beautifully maintained - there wasn't a thing we did without. The tranquil patio and backyard was an extension of the home offering plenty of seating space and an awesome view of the San Jacinto mountains. Can't say enough about the pool and spa - fabulous, allowing easy access for my elderly mother to get in and out. And in the chill of the evening, the fire pit offered the perfect setting to recap our day. The owner was incredibly accommodating and made the logisitcs a breeze. I hope this sanctuary is available when we plan our next trip to the desert."
    Guest: Anne M. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 14, 2014
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  • Nice Palm Springs getaway

    "We rented this house for a week with another couple. It was spacious and the bedrooms were on opposite sides of the house so there was plenty of privacy. The view of the golf course and mountains were spectacular. We enjoyed the hot tub (didn't use the pool) and the patio. The kitchen stove was excellent. The house was clean and well stocked. My only criticism is that the property is dated (bathrooms especially). I would rent here again. The owner was very easy to work with and provided a lot of information in advance of our arrival."
    Guest: Beth V. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 17, 2014
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Palm Springs Travel Tips

Palm Springs is filled with a rich history and enjoys amazing weather. For visitors and locals alike, some of the favorite things to do in this Californian city include golfing, swimming, tennis, horseback riding, biking and hiking. With so much sunshine, Palm Springs is a perfect place to spend as much time as you can outside, soaking up the warmth of the sun, getting a great tan and enjoying all the best outdoor activities.

Of course if you need a break (and some air-conditioning) there's are plenty of indoor attractions as well where you can learn about the city's fascinating past, hear live music, dine on delicious meals and witness the local culture.

Things to Do in Palm Springs

- Palm Springs Aerial Tramway: One of the most exciting ways to travel in the city is using of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, the largest rotating aerial tramway in the world. You'll begin your 12-and-a-half-minute trip at Valley Station in the Sonoran Desert and arrive at the Mountain Station that delivers you to an alpine forest. During your ride, be sure to take in the bird's eye views of the city and natural scenery. You're sure to be pleased with the breathtaking sights.

- Knott's Soak City: Water lovers and families will certainly enjoy a trip to Knott's Soak City water? park. With a variety of attractions like Gremmie Lagoon, water slides like Pacific Spin, Pipeline Point, Riptide Reed wave pool and Sunset River, there's something for adventure seekers as well as those looking for something more relaxed.

- Palm Springs Air Museum: If you find planes fascinating, head to the Palm Springs Air Museum to see World War II combat aircrafts, artwork, artifacts and library sources. The museum features one of the world's largest collections of flying WWII planes and many were used in movie sets during that time period. Explore the different exhibits then try the flight simulator so you can see how pilots felt flying the aircraft.

- Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium: See living examples of the more than 3,000 local plant species up close at the Moorten Botanical Garden and Cacatarium. It specializes in cacti and other desert plants, and you also see sparking crystals, colorful rocks, fossils and pioneer and gold-mine relics.

- Palm Springs Walk of Stars: You might get lucky with a celebrity sighting at the Palm Spring Walks of Stars. {You'll find the Walk of Stars along parts of Palm Canyon Drive, Tahquitz Canyon, Way La Plaza Court and Museum Drive. Here you'll find pioneers, civic leaders, U.S. presidents, showbiz personalities, literary figures, humanitarians, honor recipients and other such legends who have all lived in the Palm Springs area.

Dining in Palm Springs

- La Vallauris: For a delectable fine?-dining experience in Palm Springs, head to La Vallauris. It's located in a restored historical landmark, and gives you the sense that you've entered the home of a French relative who's happy to feed you. The atmosphere and mood are set by the Flemish tapestries and Louis XV-inspired furniture. You can start with foie gra?s, cured duck breast salad or crab cakes, then move on to a roast rack of lamb, veal chop or sweet pea ravioli. For a romantic night out, eat on the garden patio surrounded by beautiful flowers.

- Matchbox: For upscale pizza, check out Matchbox. The favorite dish of many is cooked in an authentic wood-fired masonry oven to achieve that perfect crispy, smoky crust. The dough is made fresh in house every day. There are also options like steak, scallops and grilled salmon. As you dine, you're treated to views of Mount St. Jacinto and Palm Canyon Drive.

- Las Casuelas Terraza: Cazuela means earthenware cooking pot, or stewpot, in Spanish and at Las Casuelas Terraza, you'll dine on delicious Spanish-style foods like fajitas and avocado salad. Eat indoors or out on one of two lovely patios, listen to live music and just relax and have a great time surrounded by loved ones as you sample delicious foods.

- Sherman's Deli and Bakery: Since it opened in 1963, Sherman's Deli and Bakery has become a landmark. This Kosher-style family restaurant is a great place to grab a meal. Desserts and breads are baked daily, and you'll want to try the fresh cinnamon French Toast, eight-egg omelet and bacon. The deli offers more than 40 sandwiches, such as hot corned beef. Between the tasty meals and sweet desserts, you're sure to leave stuffed and satisfied.

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