AThe Days Inn Palm Springs is located just one mile from downtown Palm Springs, the Palm Springs Walk of Fame, and the Aerial Tramway, and 3 miles from the Palm Springs Convention Center. The hotel is 4 miles from Palm Springs International Airport, making it super easy to get here. We offer free parking so you can drive in and explore.
AOur Palm Springs hotel is about 25 miles north from the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. It takes about 35 - 40 minutes to drive to the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, taking I-10 east into the Colorado desert. Rest and recharge at our large outdoor pool and comfortable rooms after this amazing annual festival.
AYes. Located in the Days Inn Palm Springs, Rick's Restaurant serves California comfort food in a classic diner ambiance. Rick's also plates up authentic Cuban food, so you can enjoy everything from grilled burgers to beef empanadas and the Cuban rib-eye sandwich.
AWith a resort-like setting and gorgeous mountain views, our hotel offers a palm-lined outdoor pool and sun deck, one of the largest in Palm Springs. There is also a large hot tub and a children's wading pool at the Days Inn Palm Springs.
APalm Springs, California is teeming with fun things to do all year long. Home to popular annual events including Palm Springs International Film Festival, Modernism Week, and the Coachella and Stagecoach Music Festivals, Palm Springs beckons visitors from around the globe. Check out the amazing culture and scenic beauty at the Palm Springs Art Museum, The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens, Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, Wet 'n' Wild, Joshua Tree National Park, and Downtown Palm Springs with exciting dining, shopping, and nightlife.
ALocated on the western edge of the Coachella Valley, Palm Springs is approximately 110 miles southeast of Los Angeles, California, and 140 miles northeast of San Diego. It is an easy two-and-a-half hour drive to the Days Inn Palm Springs from LA via I-10 or CA-60, and we offer free parking.
ALocated on the western tip of the Coachella Valley desert region within the Colorado Desert, Palm Springs is nestled between the San Bernardino Mountains to the north, the Santa Rosa Mountains to the south, the San Jacinto Mountains to the west and by the Little San Bernardino Mountains to the east. Just about two hours east of Los Angeles, Palm Springs is easily accessible by car or plane.
AWith sunshine almost 360 days a year, golf lovers can tee off at over 130 golf courses in Palm Springs, California. Referred to as the "golf capital of the world," Palm Springs' weather and natural beauty add to the appeal of this world-class destination. While in Palm Springs, some public courses to check out include, Classic Club, Desert Willow Golf Resort, Eagle Falls Golf Course, Escena Golf Club, and Indian Wells Golf Resort.
ALined with upscale boutiques, trendy restaurants, nightlife, theaters, and art galleries, downtown Palm Springs is the pulse of this desert playground. Stroll down the Palm Springs Walk of Stars, stop for a drink at the Cocky Cactus, or browse the funky pieces at Elena Bulatova Fine Art. Make your way down Palm Canyon Drive every Thursday for VillageFest to experience a diverse array of artisans and entertainment. In November, Palm Springs is an LGBTQ haven during the PRIDE Festival and parade.