In Desert Hot Springs, there are adventures for every style of traveler.
Our Southern California location offers convenient proximity to the best of Desert Hot Springs. Get in touch with nature and visit Mission Creek Preserve, Palm Springs Aerial Tram, Cabot’s Pueblo Museum, or the Palm Springs Art Museum.
With a climate that seasonally ranges in temperature from 60 to 85 degrees, Southern California is the perfect year-round golf destination. Enjoy lush, emerald fairways on some of Desert Hot Spring’s most elite golf courses. One of the closest golf courses to the hotel is the Mission Lakes Country Club.
Cabot's Pueblo Museum
Cabot’s Pueblo Museum is a historic house museum located in Desert Hot Springs, California, United States. A large, Hopi-style pueblo, built in the Pueblo Revival Style, it contains artworks, artifacts of American Indian and Alaska Native cultures, and memorabilia of early desert homesteader life.
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway in Palm Springs, California, is the largest rotating aerial tramway in the world. It was opened in September 1963 as a way of getting from the floor of the Coachella Valley to near the top of San Jacinto Peak, and was constructed in rugged Chino Canyon.
Mission Creek Preserve
The 4,760 acre Mission Creek Preserve has a rich species composition. Visitors are surprised to discover the center of the preserve is a lush wetland, juxtaposed with extensively eroded painted hills and Mount San Gorgonio looming in the background. The wetlands and perennial stream are important habitat for the endangered species. The preserve hosts deer, bear, big horn sheep and mountain lions and has spectacular displays of spring wildflowers.
Big Morongo Canyon Preserve
Nestled among the Little San Bernardino Mountains in the Sand to Snow National Monument, The Big Morongo Canyon is one of the 10 largest cottonwood and willow riparian habitats in California. Experience breathtaking trails inhabited by a unique array of wildlife.
Palm Springs Air Museum
The Palm Springs Air Museum, is a non-profit educational institution in Palm Springs, Riverside County, California. The Museum’s mission is to exhibit, educate and eternalize the role of the World War II combat aircraft and the role the pilots and American citizens had in winning the war.
Relaxing by the pools
Take a holistic approach to relaxation and wellness at our Desert retreat, where your options for relaxation are endless.