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Local Area Dining & Attractions

Indian Wells, California

Renaissance Indian Wells Dining

SPC - Sirocco Pizza Company
SPC - Sirocco Pizza Company offers authentic Italian dining in the heart of Indian Wells. Our signature restaurant serves wood-fired pizza, DIY cheese and charcuterie boards, and an assortment of quintessential Italian favorites.

Glo Sushi
Satisfy your cravings with fresh sushi, sashimi, and more at Glo Sushi. Our restaurant is open for dinner and offers a wide selection of beer, wine, and sake, as well as a casual, inviting ambiance.

CAVA specializes in locally sourced cuisine. Our restaurant features a casual patio setting, surrounded by a magnificent orchid garden, in addition to an inventive menu. We serve creatively prepared salads, dry-aged steaks, and delectable desserts. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Café Biscotti
Begin your morning in Indian Wells at our hotel's on-site Café Biscotti. Enjoy specialty Starbucks® coffee beverages, freshly baked pastries, and an appetizing array of on-the-go options. Open for breakfast and lunch.

Local Area Dining

CJ's Stir It Up - 2.5 miles
You choose the ingredients, you choose the sauce and create your own culinary masterpiece. So many options; you can also select from our delectable menus including Meat Lovers, Stir it Up Spicy, Vegetarian, Curry or Mongolian Beef and watch our cooks stir it up right before you

Cliff House - 4.1 miles
American Cuisine. Open for dinner.

Daily Grill - 4.4 miles
Daily Grill offers a casual, familiar setting with attentive service, along with simply prepared, classic American fare at affordable prices. Open for dinner.

Fishermans Market and Grill - 4.1 miles
Seafood. Open for breakfast and dinner.

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar - 6.2 miles
From the flavor, texture and taste of the finest prime beef and steaks, to an array of palate-pleasing entrees, salad, sides and desserts. Open for dinner.

Jackelope Ranch - 6.6 miles
Southwestern. Open for lunch and dinner.

Las Casuelas Quinta - 3.9 miles
Mexican. Open for lunch and dinner.

Pacifica Seafood Restaurant - 3.9 miles
Freshest seafood in the desert and international vodka bar. Open for lunch and dinner.

Vickys of Santa Fe - 4.4 miles
Menu includes steaks, chops and fish, all in more than ample portions. Open for dinner.

Yard House Restaurant - 6.3 miles
The Yard House is an upscale-casual eatery known for its extensive menu, classic rock music, and world's largest selection of draft beer. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Local Attractions

Desert Adventures Jeep Tours
Since 1987, Desert Adventures has provided the most highly regarded outdoor adventures in the Greater Palm Springs area. As the original, largest, and most respected outdoor adventure and eco-tour company in the California desert, Desert Adventures offers a vast array of tour and activity choices. Whether you seek rugged adventure, camaraderie and team building, history and culture, nature, geology, flora and fauna, spectacular desert events, or panoramic vistas and amazing scenery, Desert Adventures has a tour, activity, or event for you!

Desert Springs Golf Club

El Paseo Shopping District
Located in Palm Desert, the world famous El Paseo Shopping District features over 300 world-class shops, clothing boutiques, art galleries, jewelers, restaurants and much, more...all lined along a beautifully maintained picture-postcard floral and statue-filled mile! Known as the Rodeo Drive of the Desert, El Paseo boasts a wide spectrum of stores from Sak's 5th Avenue to individually owned boutiques.

Moorten Botanical Gardens
Located at the southern end of Palm Canyon Drive, the Moorten Botanical Gardens and Cactarium is a favorite Palm Springs attraction and the enduring legacy of Patricia and Chester "Cactus Slim" Moorten. Both shared a love of the Desert and its beauty, plants and wildlife. Nicknamed Slim for his tall lanky form and work as a contortionist, Moorten was one of the original Keystone Cops and became the stand-in for Howard Hughes. Poor health led him to Palm Springs in the 1930s with his young wife Patricia, a biologist with a special interest in botany. Together they explored the surrounding area collecting desert plants and in 1938 created an arboretum.

Indian Canyons
Tours are Approximately 1.5 hours and are 1 mile in length. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Subject to change. Call for hike schedules.

The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens
The Living Desert was established in 1970 by several trustees of the Palm Springs Desert Museum who foresaw the impact that resort development would have on their local desert ecosystem. This foresight led to an interpretive nature trail and preserve in Palm Desert. Among the trustees was Philip L. Boyd who also founded the Riverside campus of the University of California and the Deep Canyon Research Station in Palm Desert. Among his first tasks was to hire a resident naturalist. This person turned out to be a young woman with energy, intelligence and ambition, as well as experience as a zoo keeper and park ranger, plus graduate work in wildlife biology.

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Ascend two-and-one-half miles to a pristine wilderness aboard the world's largest rotating tramcar.

Palm Springs Air Museum
The Palm Springs Air Museum is home to one of the world's largest collections of flyable WWII aircraft; and unlike many other museums, our air-conditioned hangars have no ropes to keep you from interacting with our exhibits. In addition to our aircraft, exhibits and activities allow visitors of all ages to gain a fresh perspective of World War II - the unparalleled event that shaped the world we live in. Recent new exhibits and aircraft are from the Korea and Vietnam Wars. Rides in a vintage Warbird airplane are available through the Giftshop. Check out the Warbird Rides page. Active Duty Military & Families are admitted Free.

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