Palm Springs Villa Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedroom, 2 Full Bathrooms, 1 Half-Bath, Maximum 2 Adults (No Children)
Magnificent Mountain Views. Manicured Fairways.
Desert Princess is the perfect romantic spot to relax and recharge your relationship. Whether you are just married... or just in need of a getaway.
(If your wife has left you... come out and play some golf!)
With granite countertops, HD TV, orignal art, books, CD's, DVDs, our Villa has everything you need to relax, refresh, and recharge from the daily stress of everyday life.
Each of the 2 bedroom suites include Cal King beds, with a 42' flatscreen TV in the Master bedroom.
There is a gas grill on the patio. And a lake just around the corner.
This Villa is the most requested unit of the Country Club Collection at Desert Princess.
However, we do have very nice condos available at Desert Princess as well.
Desert Princess is a 500 acre full service Golf and Tennis resort located just 7 minutes to downtown Palm Springs, the airport and the Convention Center.
Located on the Palm Springs/Cathedral City property line, Desert Princess features a 27 hole championship golf course, Professional Tennis Center, Fitness Center, Spa, Driving Range, Putting Greens, Pro Shop, and fine dining at Leon's at Desert Princess, including Happy Hour from 5-7.
All homes at Desert Princess are single story on the golf course, with outstanding mountain, water, or golf course views.
Desert Princess is also just 5 minutes away from I-10, which runs directly to Los Angles 100 miles to the West, and is also 100 mile to San Diego, and the Beaches of Orange County. Las Vegas and Phoenix are about 5 hours by car.
- not suitable for children
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
I've been coming out to Palm Springs now for over 10 years.
It has certain qualities that it shares with Key West, where I live most of the year.... a relaxed attitude, slower pace, appreciation of nature, and an artistic temperment.
I grew up in the Midwest, and don't miss the snow. But I do find the people still have a midwestern 'niceness' about them in Palm Springs.
The history of Palm Springs is wonderful.
Everyone who was anyone in Hollywood in the 40's and 50's lived here. Take the tour around town next time your're in town. You can still hear plenty of stories about the old days if you talk to the locals.
Desert Princess is the best value in the Valley.
The grounds are impecible. The golf course is very good. And the location is much better than being out farther in the Valley at the larger -- and much more expensive Country Clubs in Indian Wells or LaQuinta.
We are just 7 minutes away from I-10. And a 10 minute drive to the airport, the convention center, or downtown Palm Springs or Rancho Mirage.
LA and San Diego are just 100 miles away as well for a nice day trip.
When you can rent a home on the golf course for the price of a decent hotel room, you know you're getting a pretty good deal.
Try Billie Reed's on Indian Canyon Drive. One of the best deals in the Desert for a good home cooked meal. Don't forget to take the Tram. And see the Annenberg Estate now that it is open.
I love to check out the Estate Sale and Misty's for bargins.(One artist I know said he couldn't wait to buy some stuff there after a famous actor recently passed away).
Palm Springs has always had a funky kind of charm. You can do a lot, or do nothing. But there is almost always sunshine. And interesting people.