Dining – Vacation Rentals in Palm Springs, CA Area
Whether you take the Tramway to the elegant Peaks Restaurant with its view of the Coachella Valley or chow down on a huge omelet or German pancake at Elmer’s, you will love the food in Palm Springs. Some of the best chefs in the country call our city their home, and there is a restaurant to sate your craving for any kind of cuisine.
During your stay in one of our vacation rentals in Palm Springs CA area, you will hear about one of the area’s most highly-rated restaurants, Sandfish by Engin Onural. This stunningly designed restaurant brings together the sushi of Chef Engin Onural and a whiskey bar that includes liquor from Scotland, Japan, America and Taiwan. This is probably the only restaurant you’ll go to in your life where you get to choose between American and Taiwanese whiskey.
If you’re looking for something a little more casual, dip inside Shanghai Red’s Oyster Bar just behind downtown’s main drag. The focus here is obviously seafood. Pair some beer with a bucket of peel-and-eat shrimp, a few fish tacos and some lamb chops. There’s often live music, too, which pairs beautifully with the outdoor patio. Shanghai’s is legendary here.
No matter your level of expertise, there is a hiking trail for you in Palm Springs. You can trek in between the enormous rocks of a canyon or up a steep mountain trail. You can go it alone or call one of the many hiking guides in the area.
Try the Indian Canyons just south of downtown Palm Springs. There are more than 60 miles of trails within the canyons. You’ll view towering rock formations, 150 species of plants including cacti, cottonwoods, willows and the California Fan Palm, the only palm tree native to the Western United States and the largest palm tree native to the country. You may even get to see the endangered Peninsular Big Horn Sheep. You’ll also be able to learn about Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians through the remaining rock art, house pits, foundations, irrigation ditches, dams, reservoirs, trails and food preparation areas scattered along the trails.
Take the aerial tram to the hiking trails of Mt. San Jacinto State Park. The park has 54 miles of hiking trails located within a 14,000-acre wilderness. You’ll enjoy the towering granite peaks, subalpine forests and mountain meadows of this stunning landscape. Hike the 11-mile roundtrip trail to San Jacinto Peak, the second highest point in southern California. On clear days, you may be able to see Catalina Island and even the lights of Las Vegas.
Whatever you decided to see when you are in town, our beautiful homes are the perfect place to stay on your fabulous visit to Palm Springs. Call Arrived Now at 800-215-9880 today to book one of our vacation rentals in Palm Springs CA area!