Palm Springs, a city in the Sonora Desert of southern California, is known for its hot springs, stylish hotels, golf courses and spas. It’s also noted for its many fine examples of mid century-modern architecture. Its core shopping district along Palm Canyon Drive features vintage boutiques, interior design shops and restaurants. The surrounding Coachella Valley offers hiking, biking and horseback riding trails.
- Round trip airfare to Palm Springs
- 4 nights hotel (additional nights available)
Sun-Wed, Nov 1-Dec 13: $499 + $181 tax (Palm Mountain; 3-star) Includes continental breakfast daily, airport transfers, waived resort fees & upgraded to pool view if available
Sun-Wed, Nov 1-Dec 13: $559 + $186 tax (Westin Mission Hills; 4-star)
Sun-Wed, Nov 1-Dec 13: $669 + $197 tax (Omni Rancho; 4.5-star)
Weekend travel from $40 more
Dec 22-30: $619-$699 + $254 tax (Westin Mission Hills; 4-star)
Dec 22-30: $639-$739 + $267 tax (Hyatt Regency Indian Wells; 4-star)
Dec 25-30: $749-$849 + $273 tax (Residence Inn; 3.5-star)
Sun-Wed, Jan 10-Feb 23: $639 + $201 tax (Palm Mountain; 3-star) Includes continental breakfast daily, airport transfers, waived resort fees & upgraded to pool view if available
Sun-Wed, Jan 10-Feb 23: $769 + $267 tax (Hyatt Regency Indian Wells; 4-star)
Weekend travel from $80 more
Victoria, Comox, Kelowna, Calgary, Edmonton from $100 more
We recommend renting a car, economy with basic insurance from $300 upgrades available!
Connecting flights from other gateways available, please inquire about rates for your dates!
Please note some resorts in Palm Springs have introduced resort fees. Ranging from $15-$20 USD per room/per night
Famous for its warm, dry desert weather and sunshine, Palm Springs averages more than 350 sunny days a year. It gets less than 13 cm of rain annually. January and February are the wettest months but even then, the average rainfall is less than 4 cm per month. There are rarely rained-out days here, making this city a golfer’s dream.