Coachella Valley Cities
Palm Springs: Even the name conjures up the desire for a getaway. With a village-like downtown, diverse restaurants and shopping, world-famous boutique hotels and stunning mid-century architecture, it is no wonder Palm Springs has experienced a renaissance. From the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, Indian Canyon hiking, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs Air Museum, Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, live entertainment, or world class casinos, there is never an end of things to do in this desert paradise.
Cathedral City: Boasting a revitalized town center, with new architecture set amid a grove of palm trees which includes the Coachella Valley Rep theatre, the Mary Pickford theatre, and a host of restaurants and bars, the heart of Cathedral City hosts several community events and is the meeting place for all. High above the city, Cathedral Canyon Cove neighborhood has undergone a rebirth, as both the city and individuals rebuild and enhance this popular neighborhood.
Rancho Mirage: Considered the ‘Playground of Presidents’, Rancho Mirage is where former President Gerald Ford and Hollywood personalities like Frank Sinatra and Lucille Ball set up residence. The River, an entertainment center with restaurants, shops and movies, is built around dramatic water features. Rancho Mirage also is the home of the Eisenhower Medical Center, The Betty Ford Center and the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center.
Palm Desert: World-class shopping on fashionable El Paseo is what comes to mind at the heart of Palm Desert. This street boasts boutiques, galleries, fine dining, and street cafes. You can explore the desert in its natural state at the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens. Don’t forget the famous golf resorts, as well as over 150 works of public art on display throughout the city.
La Quinta: Golf, golf and more golf! La Quinta rates as the ‘Best Place to Live for Golf’. La Quinta is home to over 20 exceptional golf courses, including the famous PGA West. The La Quinta Resort is an historic property with charm and character. The La Quinta Playhouse offers theater and great entertainment and Old Town La Quinta serves as the heart of downtown.
Indian Wells: The Santa Rosa mountains serve as an ideal backdrop to affluent homes and well-tended golf clubs. Indian Wells is home to the BNP Paribas Open hosted at the incomparable Indian Wells Tennis Garden.
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