About Your Luxury Rental Property in Palm Springs, CA
Our kitchens come equipped with all the appliances and dinnerware you will need to make a delicious meal that you can enjoy in an intimate dining room. After dinner, you can adjourn to the living room where you will find comfortable sofas and a huge flat screen television where you can have your own private movie night.
If you desire a little pool time at your rental property in Palm Springs, CA, but don’t feel like wading through a maze of duck floaties, screaming children, and yellowing water, you will be comforted to know that many of our properties come with a private pool. Our pools are surrounded by comfortable lounge chairs where you can enjoy mountain views during the day and see the stars at night.
Palm Springs is one of the most serene communities in the country. Our town offers beautiful hikes, art galleries, and fine dining. Here are a few of the very best places to visit while you are here.
The Big Morongo Canyon Preserve
This beautiful nature preserve offers visitors some truly diverse plant and animal life. It is a favorite spot for bird watchers and is considered one of the best bird conservatories by the Audubon Society.
This gallery is a favorite among art collectors and locals. The owners always make an effort to feature works by new artists. If you are looking for a unique souvenir to take home, you will be pleasantly surprised by the price.
Copley’s on Palm Canyon
This intimate restaurant is on the grounds of what once was Cary Grant’s estate. The menu offers an eclectic mix of healthy and delicious food.
Most “must see” lists for Palm Springs mention Modernism Week, and for good reason. This week in February features 350 events, including local home tours, films, lectures, bus tours, nightly parties, classic car shows and more. We love that proceeds from Modernism Week help provide scholarships to local students pursuing degrees in architecture and design and give funds to local and state preservation organizations and neighborhood groups that are working to preserve modernist architecture throughout California.
Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
You don’t have to wait until Modernism Week to view homes that have put Palm Springs architecture on the map. While you’re in your rental property in Palm Springs CA, you can tour the home where Elvis Presley took new wife Priscilla on their honeymoon in 1968. The home was built by Robert and Helene Alexander and is a prime example of mid-century modern architecture. You’ll admire the exposed beamed ceilings, sloping roofs, large windows and the open floor plans. Besides admiring the interior and exterior design features, you can learn about the Alexanders, who were active members of the Palm Springs community and just very cool folks.
No matter what you may decide to do, Arrived Now can help you do it in comfort and style. Call us at 800-215-9880 or visit our website to book one of our Palm Springs luxury rentals!