The dictionary defines an oasis as a fertile place in the desert, one of peace and sanctuary, and by all accounts, Greater Palm Springs fits this definition.
Here. I found lush natural landscapes, a plethora of golf courses and pools, and a distinct resort culture, not just built around luxury, but with a focus on health and wellness.
Greater Palm Springs is made up of nine distinct cities, all in close proximity and each with resort offerings. From the sleek and stylish Parker in Palm Springs to the Miramonte Resort & Spa in Indian Wells and The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage, there is no lack of perfectly manicured gardens and pools where you can enjoy 360 days of sunshine a year. Whether you’re dining at the resorts or around town, the food here is truly top notch. In Palm Springs, we ate dinner at Spencer’s Restaurant, and it included the most spectacular surf and turf served under the stars – so delicious and romantic.