California | Palm Desert


Resort Information

The Coachella Valley has been famous for years —e.g. the weather, the glamor, Presidential visits, celebrity shenanigans, scandals, the Walk of Stars, and of course, nowadays, about 123 golf courses plus tennis and polo. Desert Breezes in Palm Desert is right in the posh center of the Greater Palm Springs area — one of the finest resorts around.
Although famous for our sporting variety, for the less activity minded, there’s our version of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills called El Paseo (high-end shopping), the world’s longest single-span tramway with rotating cars that travel through five life zones from the Sonoran Desert to the alpine forest at the top of majestic Mt. San Jacinto – some 8,516 feet above sea level – with dining and diversions to counteract the ooooh-ahhhh view of the splendid valley below.
Hiking on well-maintained trails, horseback riding, oasis exploring, and the unique windmill-tours are other diversions for those who dare to leave the poolside. Date palms abound for harvesting, the Museum is rated one of the highest in the country, as are the Palm Springs Film Festival, and oodles of music events that attract thousands to the polo grounds for weekends of listening to the eclectic talent from all over. Indian casinos (and shows with top talent) are all over the place, and Greater Palm Springs, the newest WIVC addition to our jewels of resorts, has been an immediate hit. Come on over and see what the sea-level desert, backed by towering mountains, makes for a perfect vacation.

Performing Arts Center, art galleries, hot air ballooning, air tramway, horseback riding, the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (now known as Humana Challenge), and the Kraft Nabisco Golf (formerly Dinah Shore Open), BNP Paribas Tennis Championship (stadium within walking distance), Palm Springs International Film Festival, casinos, theaters, hiking, cycling, water park, polo club, worldclass dining, outlet shopping etc. Weekend mornings explore the unique arts, crafts, and food at the nearby College of the Desert's street fair and farmer's market.

Swimming pools, Jacuzzi, gas barbecue, tennis courts, exercise facilities, owner’s lounge, complimentary Wi-Fi at the tennis clubhouse, business center

Fully furnished, air-conditioned one- and two-bedroom suites with full kitchens, TV, DVD players, washers/dryers, fireplace, etc.

From Ontario or Los Angeles: Take I -10 E to Washington Exit 137, turn right. Proceed two miles on Washington St. to Fred Waring Drive, turn right. The resort entry gate is a quarter mile on the right. Follow the instructions on the gate keypad for entry.
From Palm Springs Airport: Head southwest on Kirk Douglas Way toward El Cielo Rd., take the first left onto El Cielo Rd., turn left onto E Ramon Rd., take the Interstate 10 E ramp, merge onto I-10 E, take the Washington St. Exit 137, turn right. Proceed two miles on Washington St. to Fred Waring Dr., turn right. The resort entrance is a quarter mile on the right. Follow the instructions on the gate keypad for entry.
77-955 Calle Las Brisas South,
Palm Desert, CA 92211

Phone (760) 345-2637
Fax (760) 345-9718

Check-in time:
Friday after 4 p.m.
Checkout time:
Friday before 11 a.m.