Vacation rentals and apartments with air conditioning
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the average price per night for accommodation in Palm Springs?
Usually, a stay in Palm Springs starts at $93 per night.
How many vacation rentals are available in Palm Springs?
You can find and compare 8,085 offers in Palm Springs and book an ideal place for your next getaway.
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Palm Springs Information
About Palm Springs
Palm Springs is California's paradise in the desert. This oasis resort town is the perfect getaway for those who don’t mind a little heat and enjoy spending time in the beautiful outdoors. Hikers will be thrilled to climb through Palm Spring's many canyons and golfers will get a hint of the retiree golfing dream. Though, if staying under an umbrella is more your thing, then no fear! The many resorts in Palm Springs means that you can cool off and hide from the sun in one of many pools or shops in the areas. Overall, Palm Springs is a place to get away from work, and just relax.
Things to Do in Palm Springs
Palm Spring's desert climate makes it dry year round so there's no need to worry about getting rained out. For golfers, that means you will have sunny courses every day. Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort was voted one of the top courses by "Golf Digest" and Indian Canyons Golf Resort is another great spot if you want to play multiple days on a different course. For hikers, no rain means packing a water bottle to hike through the trails in the San Jacinto Mountains or through Palm Canyon. The views are spectacular. Or skip the hike and go on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway to see the desert from the air. El Paseo has upscale dining and shopping and is a great way to end a day of swimming, golfing, and lounging.
Palm Springs Accommodations
The best Palm Springs vacation rentals are the ones that give you a place to kick back. Whether for you, that means a place to put down your hiking boots, golf clubs, or martini, you can find what you need. Whole houses located in resort complexes are available to accommodate the whole family. Or book a house in the suburbs. Since most of the residents are retirees in Palm Springs, many of them are not in their houses year round or rent out their Palm Springs second homes to visitors. Just make sure it has air conditioning!