Desert Hot Springs
Perhaps the most rural of all the desert cities is Desert Hot Springs, also known as “DHS” by the locals. It’s panoramic and elevated views of the Greater Palm Springs area and its unique underwater aquifers make it a vacation favorite. Surrounded by thousands of acres of pristine mountain preserve, Desert Hot Springs has natural underground mineral waters, both hot and cold which set it apart from all the other towns in the Coachella Valley. A very popular desert getaway, Desert Hot Springs is known for its multitude of health spas, and its exquisite natural Hot Springs. Its location to the north on the opposite side of Interstate 10 from all the other Coachella Valley towns makes it unique.
Only a 15 minute drive from Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs is also located within easy driving distance of the picturesque Joshua Tree National Monument. The very elite Two Bunch Palms Resort is also located in Desert Hot Springs and is a celebrity favorite, as well as one of the premier health resorts in the Valley. Desert Hot Springs also has plenty of inexpensive and affordable hotels and health spas, including inexpensive day passes at the Miracle Springs Spa Hotel, a very good reason for its immense popularity.
People who love hiking and the outdoors flock to Desert Hot Springs to enjoy it’s refreshing and award-winning municipal drinking water, miles of great hiking trails, breathtaking views of the Santa Rosa Mountains, and its generally health friendly outdoor environment. Recent years have seen the city grow tremendously along with substantial development of affordable land, making it a developers and investors favorite.
A popular tourist destination since the 1950’s, Desert Hot Springs has always enjoyed retro motels, chic spa hotels, and unusual watering holes such as Dillon’s Roadhouse, which has been a local hangout for more than a half century. Desert Hot Springs is home to Cabot’s Pueblo Museum, the former home of Cabot Yerxa, one of the city’s earliest settlers, and now a state historical site. Common to several of the communities of the Coachella Valley, Desert Hot Springs conjures up images of the Wild West’s natural beauty and has been the site of many film and TV show locations including the 1992 movie, The Player which was shot at Two Bunch Palms.
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