Del Marcos Hotel

Address: 225 West Baristo Road, Palm Springs, California Desert, California, 92262, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Historic Tennis Club area of Palm Springs, is near Indian Canyons, Village Green Heritage Center, Estrella Spa at Viceroy Palm Springs, and McCallum Adobe.
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    Travel Blogs from Palm Springs

    The William Cody House.

    A travel blog entry by plaingoldband on Dec 08, 2014

    50 photos

    ... to build him a desert home, primarily because he, Cody, had the 'craziest ideas'. Sure enough, Cody designed almost anything Palm Springs allowed him to; houses, cluster housing, churches, offices, restaurants, schools, hotels, and club houses. His residential projects illustrated simplicity of form, natural light, and large windows displaying a smooth connection between interior and exterior... P's home is a perfect example of Cody's ...

    Coachella Mania

    A travel blog entry by katephelan on Apr 21, 2014

    7 photos

    ... pretty bad hangovers before the actual festival had even started! Day 1 we spent most of the day relaxing in the shade (it is scorching hot and dusty in the desert!) in the camp grounds recovering from our hangovers and mentally preparing ourselves to head out all over again. When we mustered the strength to hit the festival we had a great time, best performances were probably Ellie Goulding and Outkast. I don't think I have ever seen so many people in one place before, apparently ...

    Magical Mountain Habitats

    A travel blog entry by andrew.tyndale on Apr 18, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... moon-scapes: dry, rocky, bereft of all but very infrequent stunted trees. Up close, it looks even more inhospitable. So steep that even goats would struggle, and so barren that they wouldn't bother.

    But then something quite amazing happens. A new world opens up. The plateau on the top of the mountain is a completely different ecosystem. Mainly fed by snow, and protected from the fierce heat, there is apparently enough moisture to foster mature forests, birds, squirrels, mountain ...

    GIRLY GIGGLES AND TEARS

    A travel blog entry by walters2012 on Sep 28, 2012

    3 photos

    ... was desert! The moon was full that night which made the scene appear even more extreme. Christine’s quote of the holiday, said very wide eyed was "have you stayed anywhere like this before?" – I think it was the threat of rattlesnakes that tipped the balance for her! Then, in the night, the Coyotes were howling, just to round off the remoteness.

    We knew next day we had to head to Los Angeles and be ...

    Down in the Desert, Taking care of Business!

    A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Dec 16, 2010

    17 photos

    ... Since we're moving from here to Riverside on Sunday, I haven't put our little tree up, since the "table" it sits on is our steering wheel!

    Also spent some internet and phone time helping Jess and Tom in their search for a home to rent when they move to the Phoenix area in January, for Tom's job transfer. They've secured a nice townhouse in Gilbert, so ...