It’s officially 80 degrees and sunny in Palm Springs. Time to use your V A C A T I O N days!
Check out our favorite places to stay, eat, and adventure + what to pack.
WHERE TO STAY: Ace Hotel
“Ace is everything you need and nothing you don’t”.
We have visited almost half of the Ace Hotel’s and the Palm Springs location is by far our favorite. This mid-century hotel has two big pools, a vintage photo-booth, free WiFi, gym, and the list goes on.
If you’re looking to lay back and relax, check out the Feel Good Spa to schedule a massage or natural treatment, available by the pool or in your room. Taking a family vacation? Bring the kids! The Ace Hotel is family and pet-friendly.
One of our favorite perks is that the hotel is within biking distance of downtown Palm Springs, where there’s plenty of shopping, dining and more. Check out their events calendar for upcoming activities.
WHAT TO EAT: King’s Highway
One of the many perks of staying at the Ace Hotel is the adjacent diner that’s open 7am – 11am — where you can enjoy a delicious menu designed by award-winning chef, Carlos Salgado! We’re partial to the avocado toast and Stumptown Coffee, that’s served all day!
Breakfast in bed? Yes, please! King’s Highway offers room service.
“Formerly a Denny’s restaurant, King’s Highway celebrates the ineffable, bohemian spirit of the wide open West”. -Ace
WHAT TO DO: Moorten Botanical Garden
Founded 1938 | Patricia and Chester Moorten
The botanical garden now has approximately 3,000 examples of desert cacti and other desert plants grouped by geographic regions. Also, located at the entrance you’ll find a great selection of mini to large size cactus and succulents that are available for purchase.
This little gem is located about a half mile behind the Ace Hotel! Admission is $5 per Adult and $2 per Child, Children under 5 get in free.
Now that you’ve planned out your Palm Springs getaway, here’s what to pack:
Out on the Town (daytime)
Out on the Town (nighttime)
Xo, Michael Stars