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Vista Las Palmas

Vista Las Palmas is the pinnacle of celebrity and mid-century architecture.

Welcome to Vista Las Palmas

Combining peaceful desert living with restored mid-century homes, this quiet community is sophisticated and luxurious

Like many luxurious, reclusive Palm Springs neighborhoods, Vista Las Palmas is the pinnacle of celebrity and mid-century architecture. After popularizing the desert modernist style with the Twin Palms neighborhood, the Alexander Construction Company started building the tract of land known as Vista Las Palmas.

Nestled at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains on the northwestern side of Palm Springs, this neighborhood is yet another sophisticated oasis where Old Hollywood starlets lived in luxurious estates. From the famous Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway to a home once owned by Debbie Reynolds, Vista Las Palmas is a glamorous enclave rich with history.

What to Love

  • Hollywood heritage 
  • Mid-century homes
  • Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway
  • Chic and glamorous
  • Modernist designs
  • Unique curb appeal

People & Lifestyle

A gorgeous opine to the Golden Age of Hollywood, Vista Las Palmas is primarily constructed with unique curb appeal and modernist design in mind. Homes here are all situated with spectacular views of the surrounding San Jacinto Mountains, and many have been featured in movie scenes, architecture magazine photo spreads, television documentaries, and more.

Today, Vista Las Palmas is a quiet, family-oriented neighborhood boasting restored mid-century homes with chic amenities and construction built from concrete, glass, exposed wood beams, and terrazzo. Bursting with vibrancy and history, life in Vistas Las Palmas is a luxury in its own right and the perfect place to enjoy peaceful, desert living.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Enjoy dining out with friends at 1501 Uptown Gastropub. Serving fresh, seasonal fare alongside a comprehensive drink selection, you'll find a range of options to choose from in this cozy atmospheric spot.

The Arrive hotel is a sleek, low-rise building close to Mount San Jacinto State Park and the Palm Springs Art Museum. Known for its contemporary decor and chic suits, Arrive is the perfect place to plan a staycation. Dogs are welcome, and the gorgeous resort-quality pool is perfect for a swim. Relax near the poolside firepits before dining at their poolside restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and snacks all day––and even a special weekend brunch!

Go on a shopping spree at the local specialty retail center, The Corridor. You can stop by one of the many restaurants for lunch before browsing the local shops or simply sip some coffee with your furry best friend in the dog-friendly courtyard. Stop by Chicken Ranch or Mid Mod Cafe for lunch and stop by boutiques like Jill and Just Fabulous.

If you're planning on hosting a wedding, vacation, party, or corporate event, consider renting the Casa de Monte Vista. Located in Old Las Palmas and originally built in the late 1920s, some of the most legendary stars of Old Hollywood have visited this gorgeous venue.

Things to Do

Do you have an adventurous streak you'd like to explore? Have you ever ridden on an aerial tramway? The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is a unique experience since it’s the largest rotating aerial tramway in the world. Initially constructed as a way for people to navigate from the basin of Coachella Valley to the top of San Jacinto Peak, the tramway is a mere 12-minute ride that begins at the Valley station.

Passengers pass through five distinct biomes, varying from the Sonoran desert to the alpine forest. Take in the sights as the tram car takes you past breathtaking wilderness and spectacular vistas of the beautiful valley floor. Then, at the Mountain Station, you can enjoy dining at one of the two restaurants, embark on a hike through the extensive system of trails spanning 50 miles in total, visit the observation deck, take in a film at one of the documentary theaters, go to the natural history museum, or just peruse the gift shop!

Anyone who loves spending time outdoors and hiking should visit the Indian Canyons, the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The gorgeous terrain encompasses Murray Canyon, Palm Canyon, and Andreas Canyon.

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