Palm Springs, CA is a beautiful community and a very popular vacation destination. While the city is well known for having plenty of outdoor landmarks, golf courses, and luxurious resorts, it is also well known for its amazing restaurant scene. All 4 of these highly recommended restaurants are located very near all of ModMansions' Palm Springs vacation rentals. If you are planning on a memorable vacation rental in Palm Springs, be sure to check these restaurants for a great and memorable meal.
Nobody ever said the holidays had to be cold.
Palm Springs offers an assortment of oasis adventures, unforgettable scenery, world-class museums, and some of the finest cuisine available for travelers on holiday hoping for a little more than the usual snow and eggnog.
A vacation is rarely complete without visits to local haunts for a draft beer or crafted cocktail. We want your trip to Palm Springs to be a fun and memorable one, so in addition to providing the very best Palm Springs vacation rentals, we compiled a list of our favorite spots for you to enjoy during your visit!
It's time to make plans and reserve your Palm Springs vacation rental for the Greater Palm Springs Pride weekend. A nonprofit community enhancement organization founded to promote the public education and awareness of individual rights and civil liberties of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and to promote the history, diversity and future prosperity of the Greater Palm Springs LGBTQ community. Each year, the organization puts together a fantastic festival that takes place in Downtown Palm Springs. This year, the free event takes place November 4-5, 2017.
Whether you are heading to one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals for golfing, horseback riding, the art museum, or any of the many other fun activities, you need to start your day off with a great breakfast. Here are our favorite spots that will make your luxury vacation even more special.
When staying in one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals make sure to visit these great burger spots.
Whether you're here for a day or a week, there are plenty of hot burger spots to try. Palm Springs has some of the most indulgent burgers around so get ready to feed that rumble of hunger.
Here are the top five most mouth-watering burgers in Palm Springs.
Run by the same owner for over 20 years, Tyler's is the place to go for that oh-so-comforting burger. Whatever you're craving, it's all the best on the menu. From classic burgers to cheesy sliders and potato salad, your favorite new comfort food awaits.
Good to Know: This favorite joint is cash only.
After spending the day sightseeing in Palm Springs you will likely have worked up an appetite.
Here are four great restaurants you don't want to miss.
Jake's Palm Springs - Jake's is a hip, casual American bistro tucked away in the Uptown Design District. Guests can dine in the intimate dining room or outside under the desert sky, where they will enjoy gourmet comfort food and delicious cocktails. Menu options include rack of lamb, grilled swordfish, and filet mignon.
A bright new tradition burst upon Palm Canyon Drive in December of 1992 - the annual Palm Springs Holiday Festival of Lights Parade - and it quickly became one of the most popular and beloved local events.
Held the first Saturday in December, the parade was born in the spirit of community, when a small group of people wanted to bring the holiday spirit to life for locals and visitors alike. The event is so unique and celebrated that it now attracts over 100,000 people from all over the world every year. It's consistently voted as one of the Top Ten Holiday Parades in the entire country as well as one of the best events in Coachella Valley.
Hollywood may have its Walk of Fame, but the Palm Springs Walk of Stars is a fascinating look at some very special people and a must-see destination in this beautiful city.
Although the Palm Springs Walk of Stars was only founded in 1992, it's considered a historical landmark. Each Golden Palm Star embedded in the Palm Springs sidewalks honors noteworthy people from all eras who, "by their presence in the area, contributed to the charm, worldwide prominence and name recognition of Greater Palm Springs." Honorees must have owned or rented real estate or a dwelling in the Greater Palm Springs area and lived there for "periods of considerable regularity."