Front desk open 24hrs. No children. The Palm Springs Rendezvous Bed and Breakfast experience starts as you walk through our frosted glass doors and into our entryway where you will hear nostalgic 50s music wafting through the air. You then pass into our gorgeous courtyard with pristine pool, hot tub, and blue Astroturf sun deck at our Palm Springs Inn. You may be tempted to settle yourself under one of our terra cotta umbrellas and wrap yourself in a plush towel and bake in the beautiful desert sun. Each room at Palm Springs Band B has its own special theme. We even have DVDs in each room to rekindle all those great memories. Every room is adjacent to the pool, making it easy to take a quick dip. All our rooms are non smoking and have a 2 person max. occupancy. Come experience our world class gourmet breakfast. Start out with gourmet coffees, tea, and juice, or one of Jakes specialty smoothies. Enjoy a crisp and refreshing granola fruit salad before diving into one or our fabulous main courses, stuffed French toast with chicken apple sausage, or a savory chile egg puff and fresh cranberry scone. Once you finish your healthy breakfast, indulge in a couples massage in our private massage studio, then lay by the pool and soak up that great desert sunshine. If you are looking for more adventure, take a bike ride into town on our bright white cruiser bikes and enjoy some of the boutique shopping experience. Come out and join us for a blue raspberry martini and freshly prepared appetizers served from our custom built vinyl bar. Enjoy the sensational sunset as the sun dips below the mountains. In the cooler season, get to know the other guests around our fire pit in the courtyard or the fireplace in the lounge. Here at Rendezvous, we go the extra mile to make sure your vacation is as perfect as possible.
There are no ropes at the Palm Springs Air Museum?all the better to get close to one of the world's largest collections of operational World War II-era aircraft.
Jack Carrier's chocolate lab Maggie, a wandering spirit, frequently disappeared, often wearing tags labeled with outdated addresses. While wringing his hands before the windows of his home, Jack became convinced that a company could relieve this chronic stress by creating a more reliable way to search for and return cats and dogs. With this goal in mind, he founded Dog Tag Art, which has since been featured in the New York Post and on Live with Regis and Kelly. The company's dog tags come in a diverse range of styles, from sassy slogans and sports themes to vintage or floral-pattern designs. Pet owners can also design tags with an uploaded image of pups posing in the park after repeatedly rescuing a lucky penny from a well. Made in the United States, the tags use a special coating to permanently fuse bright graphics and pet information to a recycled-stainless-steel core. Dog Tag Art's other services work in tandem with the tags; the Virtual Leash creates a website for each pet, featuring a profile with special needs, personality info, and an unlimited list of emergency contacts.
With a stay at Garden Vista Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Palm Springs, convenient to Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and Palm Springs Air Museum. This hotel is within close proximity of Palm Springs Art Museum and Plaza Theatre.
Make yourself at home in one of the 124 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Rooms have private balconies. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a steam room. Additional amenities include concierge services and a television in the lobby.
A complimentary breakfast is included.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, audiovisual equipment, and express check-out. Free parking is available onsite.
In the Old World, castles were places to live, govern, and seek shelter. Today, there are still places designed to keep the outside world at bay, but rather than standing as bastions of military defense, they serve as oases of relaxation, fitness, and fun. Riviera Country Club and Sports Center is one such getaway. There, members can explore a vast campus of athletic and recreation amenities including indoor and outdoor pools, a full gym, and a spa. Though the club?s organizers leave plenty of time for individuals to play in each space, they also host organized events, including regular group fitness classes such as boot camp, kickboxing, and Latin dance. They maintain a vast array of sports courts, as well, allowing members to feed their competitive sides in basketball, tennis, and racquetball arenas. As adults young and old sweat during their chosen forms of play, staffers help tykes explore their creativity in a play space known as the Sandbox, which combines education, arts and crafts, and computers to produce a secret army of glitter robots.
Serving Southern California with regional, national, and global reporting for more than 128 years, the Los Angeles Times has won 41 Pulitzer Prizes since 1942, garnering journalism's highest honor for everything from its coverage of Russia's post-Cold War crises to its exposure of government corruption in a small California town. That far-reaching focus permeates every page of the largest metropolitan daily newspaper in the country, whose daily readership of 1.9 million people peruses original articles spanning U.S. politics, entertainment, sports, and business as well as editorials that strive to "reflect the dynamism of Southern California." Since Johannes Gutenberg IV's recent invention of the electronic printing press, the Times has expanded its content into digital forms, publishing several blogs and transposing the print edition into a digitally accessible format every day.