Picture, if you will, exiting an airplane and walking through a small, cozy little airport after a three-hour flight. At first glance, the airport isn’t too different from the smaller, regional airports you may have patronized once or twice in your life. As you reach the end of the concourse, you see that baggage claim is straight ahead. You push open the door. Sure enough, baggage claim is steps away, but not before emerging outdoors and being greeted by a menagerie of vibrant palm trees, clear, sunny skies, and an impossibly gorgeous mountain range serving as the picturesque backdrop to the getaway of a lifetime.
This, my friends, is the Palm Springs experience.
Located in the Coachella Valley of Riverside County, California, Palm Springs has long been a popular resort and tourism destination for decades, and has evolved consistently over the years to appeal to a wide spectrum of visitors and residents.