Cimarron Golf Resort offers two championship golf courses, the Boulder Course and the Pebble Course, both spectacular fairways under the skyline of the San Jacinto Mountains. Cimarron's accommodations offer all the amenities you need to feel at home.
Palm Springs was named for the natural hot springs that flow through the area, attracting movie stars and moguls. Today it is one of the most popular vacation destinations on the West Coast, known for elite golf and tennis clubs and amazing health spas. Hike and ride the trails of nearby Coachella Valley and Joshua Tree National Park, or float above it all in a hot air balloon. At the end of the day, relax at the adjacent golf course restaurant, On the Rocks, named "The Best Place to Watch the Sunset" in Palm Springs, which is open on a seasonal basis. Discover the perfect place to play at Cimarron Golf Resort, where every day is memorable.
Cimarron offers two-bedroom condominiums, which can sleep up to six guests. The resort itself includes access to two of Palm Springs' best golf courses (one of which is rated among America's top ten), outdoor barbeque grills, and a jetted tub next to the pool.
Cable TV and DVD
Free laundry facilities
Golfers regard Palm Springs as one of the great centers of their sport, and indeed, this trendy desert city offers visitors some of the best courses in America. Two of the top-rated choices are located at the Cimarron Golf Resort: the challenging Boulder course and the more casual Pebble Course. The nearby Classic Club also has a number of excellent golfing options.
Please call the Golf Course Pro Shop at 760.770.6060 to arrange tee times and receive information on special offers for Raintree guests.
Non-golfers can enjoy a dip in the nearby hot springs, after which Palm Springs is named, or visit one of nearly a dozen casinos in the valley. Joshua Tree National Park will delight naturalists with its diverse population of thorny desert plants and exotic animals, and geologists with its unique and breathtaking formations.
Other local activities include live entertainment, shopping, horseback riding and health club.
Dining options in Palm Springs are a combination of diverse Angelino tastes and the inevitable influence from California's southern neighbor. The result of this confluence is nothing short of delicious. Las Casuelas Terraza has traditional favorites like pollo en mole (chicken with mole sauce) and camarones al mojo de ajo (shrimp in a butter and garlic sauce), and decidedly more Tex-Mex dishes like beef fajitas and enchiladas suizas. As one of the most popular Mexican restaurants in Palm Springs, Casuelas also boasts a selection of seventy-two different brands of tequila, many of which are distilled in nearby Baja California.
For steak lovers, the Chop House Palm Springs calls its fare the "Best Steaks in the Desert" and offers refined choices such as lobster bisque, Filet Mignon, and Chateaubriand, all from one hundred percent organic sources. If organic food is your thing, the king of locally-grown delicacies is the breakfast joint Cheeky's, which features a menu that changes every week to "adjust to whatever is freshest in the markets" and usually includes eclectic dishes like a truffle, ham, swiss cheese and black pepper scramble and a Tillamook cheddar and bacon waffle with chile maple sauce.
Palm Springs is located a little over one hundred miles east of Los Angeles and home to about 42,500 people. This area was exclusively the home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians from about 1500 CE to the mid nineteenth century, when U.S. settlers began arriving. At first, Palm Springs was a dusty frontier town, but quickly seemed destined for something more. By the early 1900s, the town had become a tourist destination for visitors with health conditions that required dry heat to maintain. Then, twenty years later, the movie stars began arriving.
Named after the hot springs that flow nearby, Palm Springs has steadily grown from a sleepy Hollywood getaway spot to a bustling, energetic city that is now one of the most popular vacation destinations in the American West. For the last ninety years, this city has set the architectural trends that the rest of America follows and in the process become a glamorous desert retreat known for frequent celebrity sightings, elite tennis clubs, and lavish health spas. Palm Springs has also garnered a reputation as a first-rate golf destination and boasts some of the country's best courses.
Lobby Hours are from 8:00AM to 10:00PM daily. If arriving after 10:00 PM, an after hours operator will give you instructions on how to get your room key.
Directions from Ontario International Airport:
1. Head east from E Airport Dr (0.3 mi) 2. Turn left at S Archibald Ave (218 ft) 3. Continue on N Archibald Ave (0.2 mi) 4. Bear right into the I-10 E entry ramp to San Bernardino (71 mi) 5. Take the Date Palm Drive exit (0.4 mi) 6. Bear right at Date Palm Dr (0.2 mi) 7. Turn right at Vista Chino (1.0 mi) 8. Turn left at Landau Blvd (1.0 mi) 9. Turn right at 30th Ave (0.2 mi) 10. Arrive at 67800 30th Ave, Cathedral City, CA 92234
The floor plans displayed are a sample of the unit types and are not to scale. We cannot guarantee specific unit occupancy and we are unable to inform you which specific unit you will occupy until you arrive and check into your room.
• Studio units have 1 queen bed, 1 bath and a partial kitchen with no cooktop • 1 bedroom units have 1 king bed, 1 queen size sleeper sofa, 1 bath, a full kitchen • 2 bedroom units are a combination of a studio unit connected to a 1 bedroom unit