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Moments From The Best Attractions & Things to Do in Palm Springs

Your getaway to Palm Springs starts at the Movie Colony Hotel in downtown Palm Springs. Stroll through downtown and enjoy shopping, dining, and entertainment in the Design District, just minutes from the hotel.  Experience local culture and style at the Palm Springs Art Museum by day and embrace the vibrant nightlife scene when the sun goes down. Drive less than 15 minutes to ride the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway over the San Jacinto Mountain range.  Enjoy hiking adventures in the San Jacinto Mountains and Sonoran Desert or play 18 picturesque holes at Escena Golf Club, a championship course surrounded by spectacular views of the Coachella Valley.  Whatever you love to do, you'll find the best attractions in Palm Springs within minutes of the Movie Colony Hotel. 
Downtown Palm Springs & Design District at California

Downtown Palm Springs & Design District

By day or by night, this enchanting Palm Springs enclave boasts upscale stores, trendy restaurants, interior design shops, art galleries, jazz clubs, and live theater.
Palm Springs Ariel Tramway/San Jacinto Mountains at California

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway / Mount San Jacinto Park

Climb 8,500 feet high aboard the largest rotating tram in the world up to Mt. San Jacinto State Park for incredible vistas of Palm Springs and scenic hiking trails.
Palm Springs Art Museum, California

Palm Springs Art Museum

Contemporary paintings, sculpture, and photography in permanent collections and traveling exhibitions from international artists are the hallmarks of this must-visit museum.
Escena Golf Club at Palm Springs

Escena Golf Club

A wealth of bunkers, hazards, and greens surrounded by palm trees and the San Jacinto Mountains make for an unforgettable and challenging round of championship golf at this 18-hole Nicklaus-designed course.
Palm & Taquitz Canyon Hiking at California

Palm & Tahquitz Canyon Hiking

Head out from the Palm Canyon trail and the Tahquitz Canyon Visitor Center and hike a two-mile loop. Explore this fun and challenging trail filled with plants, wildlife, and an incredible waterfall.
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