Area Attractions

Check into rooms a few minutes’ walk from cultural hubs like the Palm Springs Art Museum when you stay at Andaz Palm Springs on Palm Canyon Drive. Explore James Beard Award-winning restaurants just up the street or venture out to hiking trails and golf courses by the foot of the San Jacinto Mountains. Prefer to stay indoors? Take part in our on-site fitness classes that include high-intensity interval training, barre, and yoga options.

Andaz Palm Springs

400 N. Palm Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, California, United States, 92262

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Local Food + Drink

Birba

Enjoy cocktails on the patio of this elevated pasta and pizza spot, where egg pancetta pizzas and plates of zucchini spaghetti wow diners. Reserve a table in advance; it gets busy around dinnertime.

Copley’s on Palm Canyon

Housed in what was once actor Cary Grant’s guesthouse, this acclaimed American restaurant serves New York steak, jumbo scallops, and basil ice cream in a romantic setting.

Melvyn’s Restaurant

Try the Steak Diane at this old-school showbiz hangout, locally known as a fine dining destination since 1975. Swing by on the weekends to catch live music at the Sunday Night Jam.

Tropicale

Mixing retro influences with modern style, the funky dining room of this seafood spot is the place to enjoy miso-glazed salmon or Korean-style Kobe steak skewers. Stop by the Coral Seas Lounge for a cocktail, or head out to a 2,000-square-foot outdoor dining area.

Workshop Kitchen + Bar

Dig into a slice of wood-fired pizza or a plate of duck egg huevos rancheros from the seasonal menu of this modern eatery, where you dine in a chic space converted from a historic movie theater. It won a 2015 James Beard Award for restaurant design.

Local Attractions

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

See world-famous pop acts, tour towering art installations, and sample food from more than 100 vendors at the annual festival, which attracts more than 200,000 visitors yearly.

Morongo Casino

Spread over 44 acres by the San Jacinto Mountains, this extravagant casino features 150,000 square feet of slots, blackjack, baccarat, and diverse table games.

Palm Springs Cultural Center

Home to farmers markets, plays, and film festivals, this cultural hot spot hosts diverse live events inside the restored Camelot Theatre, which dates back to 1967.

Palm Springs Art Museum

Counting works by Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Roy Lichtenstein in its extensive collection, this 150,000-square-foot museum is a must-see for fans of the arts. Its 430-seat Annenberg Theatre regularly hosts music and dance performances.

Uptown Design District

Famed for its midcentury modern architecture and retro boutiques, the most famous stretch of Palm Canyon Drive stands adjacent to our hotel.

Shopping

Cabazon Outlets

Hunt for bargains and stylish apparel at 18 national retailers in this popular outdoor mall. More shopping is available at nearby Desert Hills Premium Outlets.

Palm Canyon Drive

Our hotel is right on the city’s palm tree-lined thoroughfare, where you’ll find a diverse array of boutique shops, antique stores, and classic restaurants once frequented by Hollywood legends.

The Shops on El Paseo

Browse high-end retailers like Burberry, Gucci, and Ralph Lauren at this luxury shopping center in Palm Desert.

Trina Turk

The eye-catching flagship location of this boutique clothing brand surrounds fashionable apparel with modernist architecture and design.

Fitness

Escena Golf Club

Tee off against the backdrop of the San Jacinto Mountains at a 7,200-yard public course noted for its excellent sightlines.

Indian Canyons Golf Resort

Hit the links at this picturesque, public 550-acre resort, bordered on three sides by the San Jacinto Mountains. The larger of its two courses, the 6,943-yard North Course, features a fountain designed by Walt Disney.

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

Soar over Chino Canyon and Mt. San Jacinto State Park in a two-and-a-half-mile ascent aboard “the world’s largest rotating tram car.”

Ruth Hardy Park

Plan a picnic or take the dog for a stroll through this 22-acre green space, which provides tennis and volleyball courts too.

Tahquitz Canyon Trail

Snap a stunning vacation photo by a 60-foot waterfall when you hike this 1.8-mile trail through rugged canyons. Stop by the visitor center to see artifacts and exhibits about the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.