La Quinta Condo Rental Photos and Description
Townhome, 2 king sized bedrooms (sleeps 4), kitchen nook, 2.5 baths
This beautiful town home has one of the most spectacular views in the prestigious PGA West complex. In the background are the Santa Rosa mountain range; in the foreground you are presented with a series of beautiful, cascading lakes, each surrounded with palm trees. The home has a casual desert decor. Each bedroom has a king bed and both with private bathrooms. Entertain with a a formal dining room, a wet bar, a balcony overlooking the lake, or the patio with lakeside access.There is cable TV in every room, high speed wireless, and a printer you can use with your notebook.
The condo is fully equipped with everything you need for extended stays, food and liquor excepted.
It began with a tennis tournament in 2002 in the greater Palm Springs area, the Phoenix Challenge, hosted by eight major resorts. We were with a group of fellow senior tennis friends, all from Oregon. The beauty of those resorts enthalled all of us.
That year was in the middle of the dot-com burst, severely depressing the real estate market. Before this trip we never entertained the slightest thought of buying a condo in Palm Springs, and before we left, we bought a condo in the PGA West complex!
We've returned each year to admire the view, and of course to enjoy the climate and play golf and tennis.
La Quinta itself has all the charms and rustic flavor of a small, exquisite southwestern desert community. La Quinta is enchanting to explore, to visit their galleries and patronize their restaurants, all splendidly isolated from the maddening crowd of the greater Palm Springs community. Serenity prevails.
Visitors are treated with a gallery of interests. Some of the favorites are the College Fair held each weekend at the College of the Desert, the Living Desert, the Palm Springs Air Museum, the Bob Hope Desert Classic held in the Palmer Residence within the PGA West complex each January, the international tennis tournament held each March at the Indian Wells Tennis Gardens.
The adventurous can take the tram at Mt San Jacinto or explore the Joshua Tree National Park. The truly adventurous can take hot air balloon rides from Indio or open cockpit biplane (faten your seat belts!) aerial tours of the Coachella Valley.
In March the La Quinta Arts Festival is held. Some of the most prominent artists in the Western US display their work. It is judged to be the third best art festival in the US.