To Do


Our favorite activities usually are lounging poolside, reading magazines and enjoying fresh and fruity drinks. Although renting bikes can be fun to cruise the neighborhoods and check out the mid-century modern homes that Palm Springs is known for.

Palm Springs Aerial Tram
Aboard the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, World’s Largest Rotating Tramcar, you will experience a breathtaking journey up the sheer cliffs of Chino Canyon. Begin the 10 minute ride at the Valley Station – elevation 2,643 ft. and end at the Mountain Station – elevation 8,516 ft. No matter what the season, whether you are enjoying spectacular views or hiking in a pristine wilderness.

Indian Canyons Hike
The Indian Canyons are beautiful retreats from the daily hustle and bustle. It’s a popular area for picnics. Visitors now have the chance to see the “Witch of Tahquitz Canyon,” an eerie shadow occasionally cast in the recently reopened canyon.

Palm Springs Tennis Club, walk from Korakia, Del Marcos or Viceroy Hotels
701 W. Baristo Rd.
Palm Springs, CA
(760) 325 1441

Escena Golf Club
Five miles from Korakia
1100 Clubhouse View Dr.,
Palm Springs, CA
(760) 778 2737

Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort
Five miles from Korakia
1885 Golf Club Drive
Palm Springs, CA
Tee Times: 1.800.727.8331

The Celebrity Tour Company
888 805 2700 or (760) 770 2700
The most popular tour is also Palm Springs’ most popular Celebrity Tour. They’ve been taking guests to the homes of the Stars for more than 47 years. The 2 1/2 hour ride will take you through the “Old Movie Colony”, Las Palmas, Racquet Club Estates, as well as other secret locations discovered in Palm Springs rich history.

Mid Century Modern Tour
Explore Palm Springs on a self-guided Mid Century Architectural tour with apprx 11 top locations view.

Palm Springs Art Museum
one-half mile from Korakia
Closed Mondays and major holidays.
101 Museum Drive
Palm Springs, CA
(760) 325 7186

Palm Springs Air Museum
4 miles from Korakia
Open every day except for Thanksgiving and Christmas from 10AM to 5PM
745 North Gene Autry Trail
Palm Springs
(760) 778 6262

The Palm Springs Air Museum is home to one of the world’s largest collections of flyable WWII aircraft; and the air-conditioned hangars have no ropes to keep you from interacting with the exhibits. The extensive library and the crew of trained volunteers can provide you details on the aircraft and a sends of the experience of flying them.

Pilates Plus
Get your workout on. Offering group classes or reformer classes.
Check out their website here.


The best shops are the ones you stumble upon while walking in the downtown section of Palm Springs. Once you weed through the tacky tourist stuff, you’ll find a few gems. We especially love the Thrift Stores on the outskirts of Palm Springs and the Vintage and Modern Furniture stores downtown. Here are a few of the large shopping attractions.

Trina Turk Boutique
891 North Palm Canyon Drive
(760) 416 2856
Trina Turk’s first boutique features vintage-inspired resort wear in a swank setting created by Viceroy Palm Springs interior designer Kelly Wearstler.

El Paseo Shopping District
(25 minute drive from hotel)
Located in Palm Desert, the world famous El Paseo Shopping District features over 300 world-class shops, clothing boutiques, art galleries, jewelers, restaurants and much, more…all lined along a beautifully maintained picture-postcard floral and statue-filled mile! Known as the Rodeo Drive of the Desert, El Paseo boasts a wide spectrum of stores from Sak’s 5th Avenue to individually owned boutiques.

Premium Outlets
(30 minute drive from hotel)
Desert Hills Premium Outlets
48400 Seminole Drive
Cabazon, CA 92230
(951) 849 6641
Shop Dolce and Gabbana, Zegna, YSL, Gucci, MaxMara, Giorgio Armani, Prada, Burberry, Tory Burch, Tod’s, Marni, Diesel, Diane Von Furstenberg, Kate Spade, and others at Desert Hills Premium Outlets.


There are many wonderful and unique restaurants and bars, here are just a few of our favorites:

Johannes Restaurant serving an eclectic mix of cocktails and food for a fabulous dinner. Right in downtown, walk from Korakia, Del Marcos or Viceroy Hotels.

Workshop Kitchen + Bar, open for brunch, lunch, dinner. Palm Springs latest gem in the heart of the Uptown Design District. Farm-to-table New American fare and classic cocktail bar, they source the majority of their ingredients from local farms within one hour of Palm Springs. Industrial chic interior gives the historic space a contemporary edge. Biking distance to Korakia, Del Marcos, long-walk

Spencer’s Restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Serving American Cuisine with an Asian pacific influence. Nestled at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains and offers inside/outside seating. Walking distance from Korakia, Del Marcos or Viceroy Hotels.

Citron Restaurant and Bar at The Viceroy. Fabulously chic and very LA. walking distance to Korakia.

Melvyn’s Lounge, an old Hollywood haunting ground. You can see vintage photos of the owner, Melvyn hanging on the wall with decades of actors. They serve a stiff drink and on the weekend have live piano. (it’s small and gets crowded but enjoy the people watching)


The Viceroy offers a full service spa and wellness center; Estrella, walking distance to Korakia.
Try their facial or head to toe indulgence massage.

The Parker Palm Springs has the PSYC (Palm Springs Yacht Club), a wonderful fabulous spa and beautiful grounds to wander around, enjoy lunch or breakfast at Norma’s.