Palm Springs is a desert city in Riverside County, California, within the Coachella Valley. Golf, swimming, tennis, horseback riding and hiking in the nearby desert and mountain areas are major forms of recreation in the area. Though celebrities still retreat to Palm Springs, many today establish residences in other areas of the Coachella Valley. The city's economy now relies on tourism, which occurs primarily during the winter months, and casino gambling. It is a city of numerous festivals, conventions, and international events.
Great Weather, Beautiful Mountains, ‘Walkabout’ Village in which to stroll, Art Museum, International Film Festival, Mountain Tramway, Spas & Casinos, Indian Canyons, Air Museum, Cinemas, Live Theater & Follies, Prime Restaurants, Theme Bars & Nightclubs, Weekly Villagefest, Architecture, Full Service Hotels & Boutique Hotels, Recreation including Hiking Trails, Tennis, Golf, Bicycling, Equestrian Centers, Water Sports, & Parks, Motorsport’s Facility, Off-Road Desert Tours, Eco-Tours, ATV & Bicycle Rentals, Botanical Garden, Shopping, and Proximity to other Valley & Southern California
With more than 600 Palm Springs restaurants in the valley, the dining possibilities are endless — chic little bistros, poolside cafes, exquisite resort fare and casino buffets boasting everything from steamed shrimp to prime rib and a dozen flavors of cheesecake. It’s a gourmand’s delight here — French restaurants, Mexican , Italian, seafood, BBQ restaurants, Californian restaurants — and it’s all waiting for you.
When the sun fades behind majestic Mt. San Jacinto, the desert's "cool" surfaces in the nightlife! Visitors enjoy fabulous options every evening of the week, from the famous downtown Palm Springs bar scene and dance venues to professional theater, piano bars, coffee houses, jazz clubs, and more!
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