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Golfing in Palm Springs

Art, design, and tee times in a stylish desert city.

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Overview :  Golf is a religion in this ritzy desert oasis, once a famous stomping ground for members of the Rat Pack. More than 130 courses carpet... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Elmer's Pancake House

Set against a rocky hillside backdrop, Elmer’s is best known for its pancakes—served all day—topped with everything from strawberries to Oregon-sourced hazelnuts. Skillets are popular as well, particularly one with a mix of Dungeness crab cakes, hash browns, and Tillamook cheddar. Breakfast for two from $25.

1030 E. Palm Canyon Dr.
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2. Circa 59

The Riviera Palm Springs hotel received a $70 million makeover in 2008, and its marquee dining option is Circa 59, designed to evoke a retro Hollywood feel. This three-part restaurant includes a dining room with oversized red chairs and booths; a cabana-like patio; and an outdoor patio with fire pits and pool views. Chef Aaron Burns’ dinner may... More

This 14-acre resort filled with gardens and quiet indoor-outdoor spaces has been a desert resort for celebrities and the jet set crowd since the 1960’s. Rooms give a nod to contemporary design, and include all-white, four-poster beds. Doubles from $179.

4200 E. Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs, CA 92264

(760) 770-5000