For many of us, the pace of modern day life can get in the way of the healthy lifestyle we aspire to and we often look at our vacations as an opportunity to hit the reset button and find some inner tranquility. There is much to be said for returning from a vacation with a healthy mind and body. From rustic yoga retreats to luxury private escapes we have a villa to create your personal sanctuary.
Designed by Donald Wexler, father of “desert modern” architecture, Casa Tranquillo -- once featured on HGTV -- sits at the base of the San Jacinto mountains in The Mesa, a historic neighborhood 5 minutes from downtown Palm Springs. A showcase of Wexler’s signature butterfly roof style, the home’s swimming pool also mirrors the distinctive shape.
An authentic and private Spanish hacienda nestled against the San Jacinto foothills, Hacienda Barranca offers a feeling of total privacy with expansive mountain views in the Mesa neighborhood just minutes from downtown Palm Springs and golf courses, parks and hiking trails.
Surrounded by a wrought-iron gate and 12-foot ficus tree wall, the 5-bedroom home sits on manicured grounds lined with soaring palm trees. Luxuriate by the 35-foot pool on one of eight chaise lounge chairs, enjoy a cocktail by the fire pit, or take in mountain views from the above-ground spa.
Featuring three bedrooms and two full baths, Modern Oasis features a lush expansive outdoor space where guests can enjoy the Palm Springs lifestyle, as well as incredible mountain vistas.
This villa combines elements of minimalist decor with the technicolor soul of the 1960's. It offers 4 spacious bedrooms, a large living area with mid-century style sofa and club chairs, and clean white walls and furniture accented by cheerful lemon and lime hues, hardwood cabinets, exposed brick and intricate tile work.
Nestled off the verdant fairways of the Indian Canyon Gold Resort, this 4-bedroom villa has everything you need for an unforgettable golf getaway in Palm Springs.
Surrounded by manicured grounds with a private tennis court, this grand estate is rumoured to have been frequented by Marilyn Monroe.
Nestled on the mountains in the Little Tuscany neighbourhood, this 3-bedroom estate offers dramatic views from a setting of total seclusion.
An artistic retreat in the desert owned by TV personality, Huell Howser.
A true desert retreat, Desert Solstice brings indoor living to the pool patio, with an outdoor dining area, gas fire feature, and a rectangular pool with an elevated spa and spillover.
In the 1950s, legendary Mario Lanza was reportedly a frequent guest of this home along with Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole. Today, this four-bedroom retreat offers 3,000 sq. ft. of indoor living, integrated with a spacious outdoor oasis.
La Paloma Palms brings resort style amenities to this private Palm Springs vacation home.
This contemporary, Spanish-style estate offers a quiet oasis within strolling distance of the Uptown Design District.
Reminiscent of the Palm Springs' Viceroy Hotel, this 1957 mid-century home is a vacation oasis.
Located in the heart of The Movie Colony, La Chureya is a five-bedroom, six-bathroom Spanish Estate completed in 1934.
An iconic mid-century ranch in the Indian Canyons neighborhood. A sprawling property with expansive rooms and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Nestled in the heart of the Movie Colony, Modern Palms is an ideal escape for those who want to explore Palm Springs with an inspiring retreat to call home.
Sitting on beautifully landscaped grounds in the Movie Colony district, this bohemian-modern retreat built in 1934 accommodates six guests.
Located in the quiet South end of the Indian Canyons area, this multi-level, 3-bedroom, sprawling estate offers boasting desert gardens, soaring palm trees, and mountain views. Casa Colibri was designed with entertaining in mind.
Initially designed for Frank Sinatra in 1947, this estate home offers the mid-century Palm Springs style, rich history, and modern amenities.