logo ×

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Your Palm Springs vacation in one of our Palm Springs Getaways vacation escapes promises to be everything you dreamed it could be and so much more! Offering adventures around every corner and fine dining opportunities for every meal, every minute is guaranteed to be a memorable one, but not every meal needs to be haute cuisine; sometimes you just have to have pizza! When those cravings hit, we want you to be well-prepared, and as such, we’ve prepared this guide to the top five Palm Springs pizza places locals love in Palm Springs.

Palermo’s New York Pizza, 400 S El Cielo Road # C

As much as the simple pizza brings people together, there will be one thing that succeeds in driving them apart: the choice between New York-style and Chicago-style pies! We’re not going to chime in on the battle, but we are going to offer up Palermo’s for those who remain firmly in the New York style camp. Do yourself a favor and go all out with the New York Supreme and you’ll never go hungry again!

Giuseppe’s Pizzeria, 1775 E Palm Canyon Drive

And because we are remaining neutral on the New York-style vs Chicago-style pizzas, you had to guess we would provide a review of Chicago style next, and you would be right! Giuseppe’s Chicago-style pizzas are guaranteed to please the pickiest eaters in your traveling party, and because they also offer a full menu of Italian classics, should someone not be in the mood for pie, they have a huge selection of other dishes to choose from!

Bill’s Pizza, 119 S Indian Canyon Drive

Ok, we can’t explain which we love more, the simple name of this special pizza spot or the simple goodness of the Palm Springs pizza served here! Either way, this is the kind of place where everyone immediately feels at home and an integral part of the Bill’s Pizza family. No pretension, just good pizza served with friendly smiles. Oh, and try the Bill’s sauce on whatever pizza you order; the combination of red sauce and pesto will bring a smile to your palate!

Palm Springs Pizza at Brickwork’s American Restaurant, 155 S Palm Canyon Drive

Although pizza originates from the Italian city of Naples, dating back centuries, we Americans like to think that we have perfected it, and when you taste the pies offered at Brickwork’s American Restaurant, you’re going to have to agree! One taste of their original Zombie Artisanal Pizza will change the way you look at pizza for the rest of your life; starting with a ranch dressing base and topped with pepperoni, bacon, arugula, and a variety of cheeses, each bite will be more delicious than the last!

Papa Dan’s Pizza & Pasta, 73131 Country Club Drive

After a long secession of days of sightseeing and exploring, chances are at least one of your nights in town will be one in which you want to stay in, and because Papa Dan’s Pizza & Pasta has a wide delivery range, you won’t have to fend for dinner! Enjoy the luxurious amenities of your Palm Springs Getaways escape as you chow down on some of the best pizza in town in your most comfortable pajamas.

California Living the Dream

Our vacation homes are designed to allow our guests live the California dream one week at a time. Reserve yours today and discover why our Palm Springs Getaways vacation homes are considered the best in town!

As winter begins its slow fade into spring, it’s prime vacation time here in Palm Springs. The sun is shining, the skies are blue, and the temperatures are warm enough to please our friends escaping the snow but cool enough to remind us that summer is still way in the distance. Life doesn’t get any better than this—or does it? As if it’s not already the most awesome place to visit, these upcoming events make in Palm Springs make it even better!

Desert Arts Festival, Frances Stevens Park, February 16th–February 18th

There must be something in the desert air that turns ok artists into good ones and top rate artists into spectacular ones, so when the chance arises to see their work in person, it must be taken! The Desert Arts Festival is an outdoor event giving attendants the opportunity to enjoy more of our fabulous weather, and because it’s handicap-accessible, EVERYONE can attend! Featuring the works of artists from most mediums, there can be anywhere from 100 to 500 exhibitors. This show is a big deal, and your house won’t be complete without one of the art pieces displayed!

9th Annual Palm Springs Chalk Art Festival, North Museum Drive, March 16th

We remember long summer afternoons spent drawing chalk pictures on our driveways, chalk flowers in the street, and on the occasional gruesome occasion, chalk outlines wherever we got the chance! The Palm Springs Chalk Art Festival, however, puts our artistic attempts to shame and brings chalk art to a new level. The streets and sidewalks of North Museum Drive will feature the colorful artistic renderings of classic paintings created by the very talented art students and professional artists of Palm Springs. There will also be live entertainment, good food, and refreshing beverages, ensuring every sense will be delighted! It’s definitely one of the best upcoming events make in Palm Springs to visit!

Stagecoach Country Music Festival, Indio, April 26th-April 28th

If full bars, restaurants, and three days of live country music performed by the superstars of yesterday, today, and tomorrow sounds like heaven to you, then you will definitely need to plan your Palm Springs escape to coincide with the weekend of April 26ththrough April 28th! This festival is a local favorite and also features fun, games, and events guaranteed to please. See the Clydesdales live, take the off-road challenge with professional drivers, and cuddle with your sweetie high above the landscape on a giant Ferris wheel!

It Keeps Getting Better!

The only thing better than attending these exciting events will be attending them while staying in one of our Palm Springs Getaways dream vacation homes! Sleek and modern, cozy and comfortable, rustic and charming, whatever your style, we have a home that will match. Reserve yours today!

There is always something fun and exciting going on in Palm Springs, but the month of March comes with some of the best celebrations that the town has to offer. With the arrival of spring, Palm Springs comes to life, and there is no better testament to this than classic celebrations like Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, and Earth Hour. This is what you need to know about this month of Palm Springs festivities:

Palm Springs Festivities During Mardi Gras

There are endless celebrations coming to town for the week of Mardi Gras, but one event is coming early: the Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball on Saturday, February 16th. It is taking place at a beautiful venue at 74855 Country Club Dr and will include amazing music, dancing, drinks, New Orleans cuisine, unique performances, and so much more.

St. Patrick’s Day

When March 17th, comes around, Palm Springs’ locals and visitors are going to have so many amazing celebrations to choose from. One of the most epic is coming Saturday, March 16that the Cabazon Casino, where the world-famous Celtic group, “Flogging Molly” is having a celebratory show. Attending this, will undoubtedly provide the best St. Patrick’s Day imaginable. You can also find green beer, corned beef, and Irish music through celebrations and Palm Springs festivities at La Quinta Brewing, Dringk, and Neil’s Lounge.

Earth Hour

Earth Hour is coming to Palm Springs in late March. Earth Hour is a relatively new event in which people from all over the world turn off their lights for one hour in an effort to show support and spread awareness for more efficient energy usage practices. It will be taking place from 8:30 pm to 9:30 on March 30th. You can be a part of the festivities from the comfort of your beautiful vacation home,or you can go out to a bar or restaurant and find some community in the festivities.

Celebrate in a Beautiful Home

Taking advantage of one of these epic celebrations will provide unforgettable memories during the Palm Springs festivities. Taking advantage of the amazing vacation homes provided by Palm Springs Getaways is sure to create unforgettable memories out of the seemingly plain time you spend in between your adventures. You will love every moment you spend in any one of these accommodations from swanky condos to beautiful homes. Guarantee that you can make the most out of your Palm Springs vacation by booking the vacation home of your dreams with Palm Springs Getaways.

Southern California is known for its beautiful scenery and Palm Springs is just as incredible. This vacation hotspot is surrounded by incredible valleys and mountains that make for the best hiking trails you have ever experienced. Here is where you can find the best hiking trails in Palm Springs:

Cactus to Clouds Trail

San Jacinto Peak is just outside of Palm Springs, with the summit giving you the perfect snapshot of the surrounding area. Cactus to Clouds Trail will take you right from the city to San Jacinto Peak. This popular trail will have you ascending over 10,000 feet, so make sure you wear a comfortable pair of hiking boots. More experienced hikers should expect to take around 16 hours to complete the entire Cactus to Clouds Trail.

Araby Trail

If you are not looking for the rigor of a 10,000-foot climb, try the Araby Trail right in town. This free hike is a total of 6 miles out and back near the Rimcrest community. This trail will take you by some of the most iconic homes previously owned by some of Hollywood’s elite. Do not let the occasional “For Sale” sign give you any ideas, as most homes in this area go for $25 million!

Lake Cahuila Recreational Area

You and the kids can enjoy an exciting day outdoors away from your screens at the Lake Cahuila Recreational Area. This “outdoor playground” offers you access to a variety of kid-friendly trails that let you explore this 710-acre park. You can enjoy not only hiking but also horseback riding and shore fishing.

Aerial Tramway Hiking Path

Taking a ride up the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is always recommended for those new to Palm Springs. This 10-minute ride will take you to Mountain Station on San Jacinto Peak, where you can find over 54 miles of the best hiking trails in Palm Springs. These trails can vary from scenic walks to more extreme trails perfect for the experienced hiker. The trail leading by Round Valley is the perfect middle ground at 2.5 miles in length.

The Best Hiking Trails in Palm Springs and More

These exciting hiking trails are awaiting you for your next Palm Springs adventure getaway. Make sure to explore our exclusive selection of vacation homes that will make sure your stay is one of comfort. Our luxury amenities and incredible home features cannot be compared to anywhere else in town. Let us help you plan your next great vacation today!

When its time to wind down, stop by for pint at any of the local brew pubs. The area boast 16 microbrews with a variety of beers to satisfy even the pickiest of tastes. Most breweries have outdoor patios so make sure you bring a jacket if you tend to get a little chilly. From there, pick a cuisine…any cuisine! The local area has just about every variety of food from Chinese and Thai to American and Seafood. Checkout our list of places to eat in Palm Springs or grab our rental app to have everything at your fingertips.

This has to be one of our most popular themes. It’s packed with all the basic features from features blocks to this very blog. But look a little further and see what is under the cover. Powered by the Streamline plugin, this theme is capable of some pretty awesome stuff. Customize this theme to make it right for you. With the right amount of customization you will be able to turn this simple theme into the website you always wanted. Get your guest right to the units and let them checkout with ease with Streamline’s streamlined checkout process.

Boasting 42 miles of trails, you can lose yourself literally in this special place. Make sure you take some water and check the local maps to see which trails suits you best. There are short trails that circle the village or you can opt for a longer one that will take you winding in the hills up about the town. There are checkpoints along the trails so you know just how far you have come and how much further you have to go. If you prefer to keep it simple you can always walk around the town. Start on the famed Main St. and make your way North until you cross 1st Street. You’ll pick up the walking paths there that zig zags through the local area. Make sure to stop in at Bill’s Ice Cream for a scoop of the local favorite.