Sundance Villas

Peppertree Inn

The Willows

The Chase Hotel

Ingleside Inn

Desert House Inn

Casa Cody

Desert Hills


Coyote Inn

Villa Royale

Orchid Tree Inn

Movie Colony

Palm Tee Hotel

Arenas Gardens West

El Rancho Lodge



Small Historic Hotels in Palm Springs that we recommend:

Palm Springs is located 100 miles southeast of L.A., Palm Springs is a community with 80+ square miles of desert land and a current population of just under 50,000 people. People drive to Palm Springs from Los Angeles on Interstate 10 an easy jaunt from the cares of the "Big City".

Luxury golf courses, hot springs and palm trees draw tourists and seasonal residents to Palm Springs. With about 350 sun filled days a year it is no wonder that so many people have come to Palm Springs.

Palm Springs began to grow after the second World War. Several Hollywood stars built houses here, including Kirk Douglas and Frank Sinatra. At one time Bob Hope was appointed Honorary Mayor of Palm Springs.

Palm Springs continues to prosper, starting with only one golf course in 1945 to over 85 golf courses now. Some of these Palm Springs courses are internationally famous, Tahquitz Creek Resort Course designed by Ted Robinson and the Legend Course managed by Arnold Palmer.

Palm Springs has achieved worldwide fame, with scores of travelers coming long distances for seasonal visits. The city of Palm Springs has become one of California's top places to visit.

California, Palm Springs, Hotels and Inns, Golf, Resorts, Getaways, Adventure, all are waiting for you here.

Palm Springs resorts are all around and golf is everywhere. Carefree is the name of the game and even if you just want to stay by the pool and ignore the world outside, well, there just is no place better.

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