Palm Springs

Escena was inspired by all things Palm Springs, from its architecture, to its open space, to its history as a playground for visitors near and far. While we think Escena is a special place, we’d be crazy not to tell you to explore the rest of Palm Springs, from the top of Mt. San Jacinto at nearly 11,000 feet to the Salton Sea at 125 feet below sea level.

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To learn more about the rest of Palm Springs, below are a couple of sites to get you started.

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PalmSpringsOasis.com. This site is dedicated to promoting the nine cities of Greater Palm Springs to visitors planning a getaway to the Palm Springs, California area.

VisitPalmSprings.com. The official site of the Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism provides all the information you need to know about attractions, outdoor adventures, hotels and resorts, dining, entertainment, and much, much more.

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