With the conference’s convenient California location, it’s easier than ever to bring your entire team to learn new insights, network with your colleagues and hold productive meetings involving ALL THE RIGHT PEOPLE.
Traveling to Palm Springs is easier than ever thanks to their newly renovated Palm Springs International Airport (PSP), located just minutes from downtown Palm Springs and the Convention Center. The airport is served by numerous carriers from major cities.
As an alternative, conference attendees may choose to fly in to Ontario International Airport (ONT), located approximately 70 miles west of the Palm Springs Convention Center in the center of Southern California. It is a medium-hub, full-service airport with commercial jet service to major U.S. cities and through service to many international destinations.
Prefer to drive here? Palm Springs is easily accessible via Interstate Highway 10 from the Los Angeles area.
3400 East Tahquitz Canyon Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Tel. (760) 318-3800
A variety of ground transportation options are available from the airport to downtown Palm Springs to the Conference Hotel including: Car Rental, Taxi Cabs (approximately $15 cab ride), Shuttles and Limousines.
Enterprise Reservations Phone Number: (866) 502-1260
Hertz Reservations Phone Number: (800) 654-3131
Alamo Reservations Phone Number: (800) 462-5266
Budget Reservations Phone Number: (800) 527-0700
Thrifty Reservations Phone Number: (800) 847-4389
For those flying into Palm Springs, taxicabs are available on the Taxi Island, just across from Palm Springs International Baggage Claim.
Several local Taxi cab companies include:
Yellow Cab of the Desert
Phone: (760) 340-8294
Phone: (760) 322-4444
Desert City Cab
Phone: (760) 328-3000
With more than 600 Palm Springs restaurants in the valley, the dining possibilities are endless — chic little bistros, poolside cafes, exquisite resort fare and top-of-the-line steakhouses. CGA has provided the following list of local restaurants to help you explore the options prior to your arrival.
Citron at the Viceroy Hotel
Copley’s on Palm Canyon
Lulu California Bistro
LG’s Prime Steakhouse
Zin American Bistro
Circa59 at Riviera Palm Springs
Okura Robata Grill and Sushi Bar
Hog’s Breath Inn
Morgan’s in the Desert
Arnold Palmer’s Restaurant
From hiking & sports to relaxing & indulging, there are plenty of things to do in Palm Springs during your stay. Whether you’re lifting up iconic Mount San Jacinto in the world famous Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, enjoying fabulous resort, casino or local venue shows, touring the San Andreas Fault or getting up-close and personal with nature and animals at The Living Desert, you’ll find a variety of ways to spend time in Palm Springs’ relaxed desert environment.
Palm Springs shopping offers a variety of options. Palm Springs and the desert cities are home to just about every national retailer, big-box store, outlet store, boutique or design store imaginable to outfit yourself and your home in style.