Desert Hot Springs California Nightlife
Palm Springs has always been one of the most popular destinations in the Desert Hot Springs region of California. Zeldaas is known as the most legendary nightclub in Coachella Valley and the place to celebrate an epic night. South of downtown Palm Springs, it offers a great mix of hot local DJs spinning on - the - type of sound systems and sets. There are also many local restaurants, bars and even a few local shops, but it is starting to attract a much younger traveler.
This ranges from the young crowd that comes to the city, to the older locals, to some locals from other parts of the country.
If you're looking for a relaxing, lesbian-friendly holiday in Southern California, then Palm Springs is the place to be. I felt like I was out there during my visit to Palm Desert and saw a lot of other same-sex couples while we were there. If you are looking for California, which is very LGBTQ friendly and you have been there, be sure to be on the list as it is one of the most gay friendly destinations in California, and certainly in California.
Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley are the devil's desert for pretty much everyone, and Palm Springs is the scene of many great festivals and events throughout the year.
Palm Springs also has a thriving happy hour bar scene and there are some great places to grab a drink while you're in town. If you're looking for a drink specifically designed for LGBTQ-friendly spaces, visit the Palm Springs Gay & Lesbian Bar and Lounge or head to the Village Pub for tropical cocktails with a head of bootlegger tiki.
Although Palm Springs doesn't have happy hour, there are plenty of places to meet locals and tourists, such as the Plant and Seed Bar, where you can experience a direct romance with a shot of tequila or a shot of wine. Touca's, located north of the palm desert, offers the perfect blend - and blend with half and half. The cool outdoor canteen with outdoor terrace and bar with live music is a great place to order a lively margarita. Happy Hour takes place every Thursday and Friday from 4 to 7 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 6 to 8 pm.
Pretty much every hotel you find must have a pool in Palm Springs, so be ready to relax by the pool. Often it is bachelor and bachelor parties, who stay in hotels and spend their daylight hours by the large pool.
If you're on a family vacation in Palm Springs, make sure you plan a game night or museum and have fun while your kids explore and learn at the same time. Some clubs offer weekly theme nights, so check out the clubs and have some extra fun when you get to the nightclub. Spend some time hiking along Palm Canyon Drive, exploring the sidewalks and soaking up the sun.
The biggest lesbian event in Palm Springs is of course Dinah's Shore, an annual five-day festival. In addition to Dinosaurs, Palm Desert Pride (held annually in November) also hosts a variety of lesbian events, including the Dyke March and several lesbian parties. The LGBT Community Centre of the Desert maintains a calendar of events for women who want to meet in Palm Springs And you can read that here.
In Downtwon Palm Springs, a pool party at Wyndham is the highlight of the city on Highway 111, followed by the Viceroy Hotel Zoso. There are also a number of other popular hotels and resorts in the area, such as the Palm Desert Inn. Popular hotels include the Grand Canyon Hotel, Palms Inn and Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
While Coachella is a strictly seasonal event, Hood keeps the melody of soul music and festivals alive in Palm Desert. The Village Pub offers live music every night and features a DJ-fueled dance floor, and there is no cover fee to enjoy the tunes. One block south is the Desert Inn, a casual hangout for everyone in their 20s and 40s.
While this old, contemporary Western themed salon is a big watering hole, its real glory is its famous karaoke night. Palm Springs may not see itself as an "old-fashioned" Western, but Neil's Lounge is one of the most popular bars in Palm Desert, and offers an eternal menu worth $5. Although Palm Desert may not call itself an "Old Time Western," Neil's, it is a popular bar and restaurant in the heart of Desert Hot Springs. And it's the only bar of its kind in Southern California with a permanent cap of just $1.50 per drink, offering the eternal five-bar menu.
Palm Springs knows how to make live music, as the country music guests have surprised Stagecoach with their own version of the classic rock'n roll show. The Village Pub is one of the most popular bars in Palm Springs, and is brought to the highest entertainment level in the desert by friendly staff. There is even a poolside lounge with pool tables, a bar and a complete bar with outdoor terrace.