New and exciting developments are always on the horizon in Greater Palm Springs. As the end of the year approaches, many new hotels and event spaces are getting ready to open their doors. If you are looking to host a meeting and elevate your attendees' experience, find out what our destination has planned for 2023 and beyond.
SCOTT WHITE, PRESIDENT & CEO OF VISIT GREATER PALM SPRINGS, SHARES NEW HOTELS, ATTRACTIONS, AND EVENT SPACES
One of the biggest additions to Greater Palm Springs is the Acrisure Arena, sitting on 43 acres of land near Palm Desert, between Interstate 10 and the Classic Club golf course. This state-of-the-art sports and entertainment arena will not only host concerts, events, and meetings but will also be home to Coachella Valley Firebirds, an American Hockey League team affiliated with the NHL’s Seattle Kraken. This venue is set to seat up to 11,000 people, offering 20 luxury suites for 16 guests each, 4 Club Areas, and will offer many options for food and drink vendors. Follow along as the construction continues and get ready to elevate your meeting space and experience, whether you host here or want to watch the next hockey game with your team!
Sensei Porcupine Creek
Smaller groups will want to know about the new Sensei Porcupine Creek, an expansive 230-acre property transformed from the private estate of Larry Elison. Also slated to open this fall, the 5-star wellness-focused resort will offer tennis facilities, luxurious accommodations, lush spa gardens, and a Nobu restaurant exclusively for resort guests.
On the horizon for next year, Thompson Palm Springs will offer 168 luxury guestrooms and suites with panoramic views of the San Jacinto Mountains. This new hotel is expected to join Hyatt’s award-winning luxury lifestyle portfolio and will offer incredible meeting spaces for small and large groups. With its panoramic mountain views, this new hotel will offer incredible meeting spaces for both small and large groups, keep this brand new property on your radar for meetings in 2023 and beyond in Greater Palm Springs.
The Spa at Sec-he
The Spa at Sec-he is set to open in 2023 and aims to be one of the most luxurious hot springs spas in the nation. The water will be sourced directly from the underground Agua Caliente Hot Mineral Spring, said to be 12,000 years old with a unique composition.It will feature a 48,000-square-foot museum and a luxurious 40,000-square-foot hot springs spa. Located at the corner of N Indian Canyon and E Tahquitz Canyon Way in Palm Springs, this spa will be apart of the new Agua Caliente Cultural Plaza, which will feature a gathering plaza, gardens and an oasis trail, recreating the character, flora and beauty of the original Indian Canyons. This new space will offer many great opportunities to host meetings, private events, and team building.
Palm Springs Surf Club
We’re also looking forward to the opening of the surfer-designed Palm Springs Surf Club. It will feature a wave pool and include private cabanas, a restaurant, and a spa. With state-of-the-art technology, the wave can be adjusted for beginners as well as pros, making it perfect for site events and team building.
The Living Desert Rhino Savanna
The Living Desert has officially opened its new four-acre Rhino Savanna habitat. They have welcomed their two newest residents, the black rhinos Nia and Jaali, who share the space with 11 other African species. Within this habitat is a new event space, which offers an incredible view of the surrounding Rhino Savanna. Be sure to check out the other lively and immersive spaces at The Living Desert for your next meeting or event.
Azure Palm Hot Springs Hotel, Desert Hot Springs
Perched on a hilltop location in Desert Hot Springs, Azure Palm Hot Springs offers unique spa and relaxation opportunities. With a Himalayan salt room, one of the only ones in Southern California, guests can relax and experience the incredible benefits of being surrounded by salt – such as relieving stress. The enriching and healing mineral springs waters are even offered in the privacy of your own in-room soaking tub. Day passes are available, so you can treat yourself to some 'me-time' before or after your next meeting or event in Greater Palm Springs.
Greater Palm Springs continues to grow and expand and is a welcome place for tourists, visitors, and events both large and small. There are also plenty of longstanding places that make amazing meeting and event venues like Lautner Compound in Desert Hot Springs, Sands Hotel & Spa in Indian Wells, and Twin Palms Frank Sinatra Estate.
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