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La Quinta, Gem of the Desert!
From the moment we stayed at Legacy Villas on our sister's trip, Karen and I were captivated by the serenity and beauty of the resort. Nestled in a picturesque cove in the Santa Rosa Mountains, the architecture and landscaping is a feast for the eyes. Meandering paseos lined with palms accented by colorful tile fountains connect the Villas with the pools and clubhouse.
5 Star Luxury Resort:
Legacy Villas is a gated Resort featuring 10,000 sf clubhouse, 10 saltwater pools and 14 fountains connected by meandering landscaped paseos. The quality of construction and number of amenities is impressive. The Clubhouse area features main pool area, workout facility, Legacy Grill and hammock garden. The main pool area includes 2 pools, lap pool and spa lined with colorful Cabanas.
The children's pool or disabled pool features easy access into pool and adjacent fun water features for children like the turtle or palm tree fountains. There is free wireless internet in the clubhouse. The Legacy Grill owned by a trained chef can provide a simple meal or a catered event. Take an early morning stroll and try their excellent Starbucks coffee.
Why Our Villa?
We chose this Villa for our family vacation home because of the location and floorplan. Located at the end of the Main paseo close to the clubhouse and main pools, the Villa is located on a greenbelt with incredible Views of the Grand Fountain and Desert Mountains. It is an ideal location for families with small children and older persons (no stairs and steps to lawn area). Sip your morning coffee or dine enjoying the spectacular views of the mountains highlighted by the sight and sounds of the Grand Fountain from the private patio.
So, we invited our husbands and brother to purchase and now our 3 families come enjoy this Villa together. It is ideal for a large or small group. There are 2 suites on either end (King suite and Queen suite) and a 3rd bedrm with queen bed and full bath. The suites provide private retreats and the Living Room provides a cozy venue for socializing. The Living Room, Dining Area and Kitchen open to each other and form a wonderful Great Room that opens out to the patio. The Living Room features a new comfy sofa with queen bed and 52'' Sony HD flatscreen TV. The Dining Area seats 6 comfortably and there are 2 additional stools at the Kitchen bar. The spacious Kitchen features granite counters and is fully equipped for your every need. There are new cotton linens. We like nice things and make sure the Villa remains in top condition. Check out our photo art. Connie (Tom's wife) is a hobby photographer and we are supplementing the art work with some of our own from family treks.
What To Do:
You may not want to leave the resort area. A morning tennis or golf game followed by relaxation by the pool is just about a perfect day in my opinion. But if you are an adventurer and want to explore and experience what this area has to offer, here are some suggestions:
La Quinta Resort: Golf, Tennis, Spa, Shops, Starbucks, Restaurants
Hiking: Indian Canyons (beautiful and interesting)
Joshua Trees National Park: (Connie's favorite for photography)
Juried Art Festivals: La Quinta, Indian Wells, Rancho Mirage, etc.
Art Under the Umbrella: Once a month in Old Town La Quinta
Farmers Market: Old town La Quinta
Venues for entertainment:
Agua Caliente Casino for Comedy and Music Headliners
Shopping: El Paseo in Palm Desert for boutiques and traditional
Cabazon Mega Outlets
Indian Wells Tennis Garden: BP Paribas Tennis Tourment (Karen and Jeanne's favorite)
Mountain Biking: Tom's favorite
Music Festivals: Coachella, Stagecoach
Consignment Shopping: Throughout the area.Like Treasure Hunting, Golf everywhere! Discounted tee times avail on line for most golf courses.
Air access from Palm Springs Airport or Ontario Airport.
Great Venues for entertainment including Agua Caliente Casino, McCalllum and Annenberg Theaters, Art Fairs in La Quinta and Indian Wells. Near the Indian Wells Tennis Garden which hosts the BP Paribas March tennis tournament .
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