Romantic Date Ideas in Palm Springs
Romance is as sweet as a desert rose in Palm Springs. Our hand-selected list blossoms with dreamy rendezvous destinations for two. Whether you’re in the mood to dine in the South of France, travel up a mountainside or end an evening on a high note, our list is your guide to the best romantic date destinations in the city.
Romance dines in the South of France at Le Vallauris
in Palm Springs, the restaurant named after the small village in the South of France where Picasso made his ceramics. Spend a romantic evening together enjoying a dining experience that's rated number one for sumptuous food, romantic décor and impressive, first-class service.
Address: 385 W. Tahquitz Canyon Way Palm Springs, CA 92262 - MAP
Phone: (760) 325-5059
Love soars on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
as couples ascend two-and-a-half miles to the mountaintop, where beautiful mountain landscapes await. Plan a romantic date and ride together on the world's largest rotating tramcar. The ride will take you to the Mountain Station where you can dine for two at one of the mountaintop restaurants serving delicious cuisine with spectacular views.
Address: 1 Tramway Road Palm Springs, CA 92262 - MAP
Phone: (760) 325-1391
Romance hits a high note in fun and folly! The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies
welcomes you and your date to hear the sounds of world-famous Broadway-caliber performances of the music, dance, and comedy of the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s with a cast old enough to have lived it!
Address: 128 S. Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs, CA 92262 - MAP
Phone: (760) 327-0225
Big ticket romance starts at Camelot Theatres
. Couples enjoy a blockbuster date night watching the best in foreign, cult and independent films. Shun the popcorn to dine on a romantic meal of gourmet cuisine prepared by an executive chef at the International Café & Bar in the theater's lounge.
Address: 2300 East Baristo Road, Palm Springs, CA 92262 - MAP
Phone: (760) 325-6565
Escape to a romantic destination on a weekend-long date at the Casa Cody Bed & Breakfast
in Palm Springs. The historic inn is the oldest operating hotel in Palm Springs, founded by Harriet Cody, cousin to the legendary Buffalo Bill. Couples enjoy Santa Fe style suites with private patios that boast vistas of the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains.
Address: 175 S. Cahuilla Road, Palm Springs, CA 92262 - MAP
Phone: (760) 320-9346