Greater Palm Springs is expanding and evolving with new spots on the horizon. Continue reading for our roundup of new and soon-to-come flights, attractions, hotel stays and dining destinations that you won't want to miss!
Nonstop flights mean Nonstop fun
Planning to soak up some Vitamin D this Fall? The sun-kissed skies in Greater Palm Springs continue to shine. Beginning October 1, Greater Palm Springs is scheduled to welcome six new destinations including Boise, ID; Oakland, CA; Reno, NV, San Jose, CA; Eugene, OR; Fort Lauderdale, FL; and Philadelphia, PA. This also includes two new airlines, Southwest Airlines and Boutique Air, to see all 23 nonstop flights locations, click here. Start planning your getaway, and be closer than ever to enjoying hiking trails, natural hot springs, outdoor art and wide-open spaces.
This newly interactive art piece titled “ Love Letters” can be found by the Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs Hotel in Palm Springs. One section of the art spells out “PS”, while the other depicts a heart and “U”. Find yourself there to become the “I” in the phrase PS I ♥ U. If you grab a photo, use the hashtag #PSILOVEYOU, we would love to see it! This is a project by the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce and Palm Springs Public Arts Commission.
Places to Stay
It’s 5 o’clock (somewhere) in Greater Palm Springs! Following a renovation from the pre-existing hotel, Riviera Palm Springs, this resort is set to open Fall of 2020. Just minutes from downtown Palm Springs, it will include Margaritaville-inspired dining options, a St. Somewhere Spa and family-oriented programming. This property will combine the relaxed mid-century vibes of this SoCal oasis will the island feel, leaving it easy to relax by one of their two pools and tiki-hut inspired cabanas.
Make a splash with the family at the newly renovated water park at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells. HyTide water park features a lazy river and two 30 ft waterslides, leaving the resort with nine pools total to soak up the sunshine from this fall, including an adult-only pool.
Find yourself centered near shopping, dining and breathtaking mountain views. Enjoy a spacious suite this fall, free internet for connecting to work or learning for the kids and a fully equipped kitchen ready for you to whip up your favorite finds from the local Farmers Market. Opening December 2020.
A New Attraction to Experience
This new property, opening in late 2020, consists of over 30,000 sq. feet of gaming including slot machines and table games ready for you to experience. Setting the property apart is its 12,000 sq. foot outdoor Agua Caliente Pavilion with an amazing view of the desert landscape in Cathedral City. Three dine-in restaurants, 360 Sports Bar and the 24-hour Java Caliente Shop will also be open for those foodies looking for something new. Let the fun begin at Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City.
Safer Together, Greater Together Pledge
Greater Palm Springs looks forward to safely welcoming you back this Fall. This Pledge offers a unified commitment destination-wide to follow safety practices, which over 440 local businesses have taken. Please check out our safety travel tips before visiting, including wearing a mask and social distancing.
Unique Dining Experience
Greater Palm Springs is known as a foodie mecca with all its delicious cuisine and restaurants. From dining under the stars to grubbing poolside under the sun and experiencing new heights with bubbly, there is a foodie adventure for everyone to enjoy in this SoCal oasis. We have a list of the most unique dining experiences that everyone should try!
With all these new additions, a fall or winter getaway should be on your travel list! Check out these deals and savings on getaways to Greater Palm Springs.