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Palm Springs: The California Desert City is hotter than ever

Palm Springs: The California Desert City is hotter than ever

  • Sep 4, 2017

Palm Springs has long been a hit with weekenders from LA, but now - with a spanking new design district and booming hotel scene (not to mention the fact that Coachella suddenly became cool) - the moody desert city is hotter than ever before.

Ripple effect: the Palm Springs hotels making waves for 2017

Ripple effect: the Palm Springs hotels making waves for 2017

  • Aug 29, 2017

There must be something about all that sunshine and blue-on-blue sky, but Palm Springs has long lured a particular tribe of traveller – savvy, design-conscious, and fastidious about their choice of lodgings. 

5 Must-Hike Trails in the Coachella Valley

5 Must-Hike Trails in the Coachella Valley

  • Aug 18, 2017

SoCal's Coachella Valley is arguably one of America’s best, most unique places to hike. Its proximity to the 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) means it’s convenient for trekkers to reach some of California’s tallest peaks, plus you’ll find diverse trails winding through Coachella Valley National Wildlife Refuge and Joshua Tree National Park.

What to Know About Palm Springs’ New Kimpton Hotel Project

What to Know About Palm Springs’ New Kimpton Hotel Project

  • Aug 15, 2017

All the dining options at the desert area’s tallest new building

Palm Springs – California’s Playground For The Rich And Famous - radio interview

Palm Springs – California’s Playground For The Rich And Famous - radio interview

  • Aug 14, 2017

The city of Palm Springs has been a popular holiday destination for residents of nearby Los Angeles for almost a century. And although it started as a health resort in the early 1900’s, it was the A-list stars from Hollywood who really put it on the map.

The World’s Most Beautiful Animal

The World’s Most Beautiful Animal

  • Aug 9, 2017

A new biography of screen siren Ava Gardner shows that her enduring legacy includes Palm Springs and Frank Sinatra.

The Designer of Middle Eastern Palaces Opens Up His California Retreat

The Designer of Middle Eastern Palaces Opens Up His California Retreat

  • Aug 1, 2017

Inside the July/August issue of Vogue Arabia Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the designer behind Middle Eastern palaces and Hollywood mansions, opens up his Palm Springs weekend retreat.

Ace Hotel: Palm Springs' Playground for the Cool Kids

Ace Hotel: Palm Springs' Playground for the Cool Kids

  • Jul 24, 2017

There’s a scene that takes place every weekend at the Ace Hotel and Swim Club in Palm Springs. Trendy, 20- and 30-somethings descend from LA and SD to take over the retro-chic property in search of sun and poolside cocktails. Ask any bronzed beauty what they do for a living and chances are you’ll find yourself mingling with a fashion photographer, a young Hollywood starlet, or an aspiring screenwriter taking a break from the hectic city life.

Sneak Peek: Kimpton’s Latest Resort Brings Modern Luxury to Palm Springs

Sneak Peek: Kimpton’s Latest Resort Brings Modern Luxury to Palm Springs

  • Jul 24, 2017

The sleek hotel will boast some of the best views—and the only rooftop pool—in town.

Eater LA: Where to Eat in Palm Springs, Summer 2017

Eater LA: Where to Eat in Palm Springs, Summer 2017

  • Jun 29, 2017

The Palm Springs restaurant scene continues to change and adapt, though not quite as often as LA's, but still with the fervor that a smaller city might not usually see. It's helpful that major events like Coachella and Desert Trip bring tens of thousands of visitors to the area, plus plenty of snowbirders once the weather cools off in the fall and winter months.