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The Best of Palm Springs

Palm Springs, California is the perfect vacation spot; designed for all seasons.  Often described as hip, hot and soothing; it is the city of leisure for activities such as day and nighttime shows, exotic restaurants, captivating aerial adventures, must-see museums, and relaxing walking tours.  If a family vacation is on your mind, then Palm Springs will hit the spot.  Whether soaring on a giant aerial tram, horseback riding along mountain vistas, or feeding giraffes, Adara Hotel is close to it all. We are located along world the famous Palm Canyon Drive, a few minutes from top-rated tourist attractions such as the Palm Springs Art Museum, Indian Canyons, and Moorten Botanical Gardens, and a short drive from the Palm Springs International Airport.

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway  

 3.4 Miles, 10 Mins Drive

Soar 6,000 feet and 2.5 miles above the desert floor in the world's largest rotating tramcar. At the top, enjoy hiking trails, horseback riding, and amazing views as you explore the wildlife landscapes of Mount San Jacinto State Park & Wilderness. 

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Palm Canyon Drive

On Palm Canyon Drive

Beautiful, tree-lined Palm Canyon Drive is the hub of Palm Springs, California. During the day, peruse the art galleries, restaurants, cafés, and shops, along the boulevard. Don't miss the Palm Springs Walk of Fame, where Hollywood celebrities such as Rudolf Valentino, Shirley Temple, Clark Gable, Bob Hope, and Frank Sinatra are honored with sidewalk stars. You'll find them embedded in the sidewalks of Palm Canyon Drive, Tahquitz Canyon Way, and Museum Drive.  

Joshua Tree National Park

 50 Miles, 1 Hour Drive

Spreading out over nearly 800,000 acres, Joshua Tree National Park is a unique desert geologic area that is home to a vast array of yucca varieties known as Joshua Trees. The park also offers amazing examples of unusual desert plants and wildflowers, reptiles, and its boulder formations attract rock climbers from around the world. 

The Living Desert Zoo

 13 Miles, 20 Mins Drive

Palm Springs' 1,200-acre zoo and botanical gardens feature mountain lions, wolves, golden eagles, cheetahs, zebras, leopards and many other species amid natural habitats at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains. Highlights of the Living Desert include Gecko Gulch, Eagle Canyon, the Wildlife Wonders Show, and Village WaTuTu

Annenberg Theater

 1.6 Miles, 5 Mins Drive

Located inside the Palm Springs Art Museum, the Annenberg Theater is a state-of-the-art theater crafted with precision acoustics that hosts performances of jazz, dance, and classical and pop groups, as well comedy and chamber music ensembles.

Palm Springs Art Museum

 1.6 Miles, 5 Mins Drive

The focal center of the vibrant Palm Springs art community, the museum's permanent collections include international modern and contemporary painting and sculpture by artists such as Robert Motherwell, Helen Frankenthaler, and Anthony Gormley, as well as Native American art, Mesoamerican artifacts, miniatures, and two sculpture gardens.