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Gay Palm Springs- Food + Lodging Deals

Experience some of the most exciting eateries throughout the Coachella Valley during Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week. It’s the perfect time to dine out with friends and discover a new restaurant, or visit an old favorite. Restaurant Week offers something for everyone.

STAY @ INNdulge!

Luxury rooms

Our amenities include free wifi, daily continental breakfast, evening social hour, on-site fitness room, complimentary local gym access, air conditioning, on-site guest laundry, outdoor misters and assistance with restaurant and activity bookings

Pool and Jacuzzi

We offer a 12 man jacuzzi and heated/chilled saltwater pool, both open 24 hours a day.

Relax. Enjoy.

Social

Morning breakfasts, evening social hours, Thursday pizza and weekend pool parties are the ideal way to meet new friends. INNdulge in a vacation to be remembered, an opportunity to relax, meet new friends or catch up on some rest.

Gay Palm Springs – Summer Fun and Deals

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Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to experience some of the best restaurants the Valley has to offer.

Restaurant Week is the perfect time to visit your favorite restaurant or try something new, as chefs prepare delicious 3 courses meals for your dining pleasure, priced at $26 or $38.  JUNE  3-12th!

Desert area hotels and attractions are offering great rates too!

 

4th Annual Splash House Pool Party

Splash House heads back to the desert for this summer for its fourth year in Palm Springs, June 10-12 and August 12-14. The festival returns to the colorful crowd favorite of the Saguaro Hotel and checks in for the first time at the iconic multi-pool Riviera Resort & Spa. After Hours found its home at last year’s memorable Air Museum parties, and Splash House will host its biggest late-night program yet this summer on the tarmac.

Idyllwild Jazz in the Pines   AUGUST  20-21

The Idyllwild Arts Foundation proudly presents the 23rd annual Jazz in the Pines Festival featuring over two dozen bands. Performers and fans of jazz, blues, and R&B have a breathtaking mountain campus to themselves after the departure of the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program’s thousands of arts-lovers and before the first semester of the Foundation’s residential high school, Idyllwild Arts Academy.

And  as always –   shop  local!

Palm Springs VillageFest   THURSDAY NIGHTS

Every Thursday evening in downtown Palm Springs, enjoy a diverse array of artists, artisans, entertainers, assorted fruits, vegetables, fresh flowers, jewelry, international cuisine, and don’t forget the sweets.

COD Alumni Street Fair  SATURDAY  AND  SUNDAY   MORNINGS

Open-air shopping at its best. Open from 7 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays all year. Bargains galore. A great way to start your day.

BEST PLACE  TO  STAY   WITH THE  BEST LOCATION ??  InnDulge!

Free Stuff from Puerto Vallarta

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The start of ­­­­winter in Puerto Vallarta is cause for celebration as December marks the beginning of the whale watching season, traditional pilgrimages in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe, free daily guided Artwalks in historic downtown, culinary treats all around town, the International Pro Am golf tournament, the release of baby sea turtles, perfect weather with temperatures in the low 80’s and a calendar full of holiday festivities and free activities.

The Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board is inviting everyone to join in the celebration with the launch of a mega “12 DAYS OF WINTER” (#12DaysOfWinter) promotion and participate for a chance to win daily prizes during the first 12 days of December, including artworks, bottles of tequila and raicilla and trip getaways, with the top prize being a 12-day all-expense paid vacation for two in Puerto Vallarta.

To participate register at visitpuertovallarta.com/12daysofwinter and tell the Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board what you would do on a 12-day all-expense paid holiday for two in the destination. All registrants will have a chance to win one of 12 prizes. Drawings will take place every day from December 1st to 12th. Following are the details of the prizes that will be awarded:

 

 

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Winners of the getaway prizes to be awarded between December 5th through 12th will also receive a choice of 2 activities in Puerto Vallarta courtesy of Vallarta Adventures and Dolphin Discovery.

 

ENTER!

Gay Palm Springs Summer Deals

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SUMMER $99 SPECIAL

Summer is back and so is our $99 Special!
Superior non-pool view rooms are $99 per night plus tax during the week (Sunday through Thursday) and $149 per night plus tax during the weekend (Friday and Saturday). All other rooms are discounted accordingly.This special is available from June 15, 2015 – September 15, 2015
(not available during holiday weekends).

 

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Palm Springs Gay Pride Events

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Greater Palm Springs Pride is Southern California’s popular and longest running LGBT festival in the Coachella Valley. Considered to be one of the most scenic Pride parades in the world, the Greater Palm Springs Pride Celebration marks its 28th Anniversary, November 7-9, 2014, with block parties, a free two-day festival and parade in Palm Springs.

This year, Pride events will be held in downtown Palm Springs. Palm Canyon Drive will be closed to traffic and transformed into a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly Pride Festival unique to Southern California with a diverse array of artists, entertainers, multiple beverage gardens and purveyors of all sorts, including jewelry, snacks and sweets. Add all that to great shopping, restaurants, clubs and entertainment venues located along world-famous Palm Canyon Drive and the result is like no place else –  Greater Palm Springs Pride.

Two-Day Pride Festival: November 8 and 9

(11 a.m. – 10 p.m., November 8, and 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., November 9)

Enjoy the rainbow mile in downtown Palm Springs! The Pride festival is free and open to all. Festival highlights include: US Bank Stage, Pride Stage at the Hyatt, theBig Top Cabaret and Palm Springs Gay Rodeo Association Country Dance tent.  The festival will feature live performances from electro-hop superstars to eclectic musical and new wave techno-pop bands. Features include an Authors’ Village, Children’s Headquarters (CHQ), Safe Schools Youth Xone and specialty lounges and multiple Bud Light and cocktail gardens. More than 125 exhibitors and non-profit organizations, farmers’ markets and food vendors will participate.

– See more at: http://www.visitgreaterpalmsprings.com/articles/greater-palm-springs-pride-celebrates-28th-anniversary-new-downtown-location-events#sthash.ivmqxgKz.dpuf

 

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       GET A ROOM!        INNdulge!

Gay Palm Springs for Fathers Day Weekend

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Come and join us during the weekend of Father’s Day and enjoy the company of like minded guests. Jump in our newly converted saltwater swimming pool and lounge under the sun while our misters cool you down.

On Sunday, June 15, we will be hosting our annual Daddy’s Day Brunch so be sure to be here. Feel free to wear any kind of leather gear or nothing at all!

INNdulge Palm Springs
(760)327-1408

www.INNdulge.com

INNdulgeReservations@gmail.com

Vote for the BEST in Palm Springs!


Winter is Coming! Book Now!

Midwest winter vs Palm Springs……

25 pounds of winter clothing vs. 6 ounces of Lycra spandex!  

Snow vs Heat?  

 Where would you rather be this winter?? 

 INSIDERS  TIP…..Travel  Sundays thru Thursdays  and get rooms for just $99 a night at INNdulge!  (December 1st-January 31st!)

The average temperatures from October to March are high 80s to the low 50s. Travelers who want to make the most of the desert climate should sample some of these suggested activities:

   * Climb aboard the world’s largest rotating tramcar at The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway to  experience a breathtaking journey up to 8,516 feet to the Mount San Jacinto National Park.

   *Hike scenic trails or stroll through the ancient palm groves in the Indian Canyons, or take an off-road tour of Joshua Tree National Park or the San Andreas Fault.

The average temperatures from October to March are high 80s to the low 50s. Travelers who want to make the most of the desert climate should sample some of these suggested activities:

  • Climb aboard the world’s largest rotating tramcar at The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway to  experience a breathtaking journey up to 8,516 feet to the Mount San Jacinto National Park.

  • Hike scenic trails or stroll through the ancient palm groves in the Indian Canyons, or take an off-road tour of Joshua Tree National Park or the San Andreas Fault.

  • Learn about the masters of mid-century modern architecture by taking a segway or tour of the desert’s most notable architecture.

  • Take a docent tour of the Palm Springs Art Museum or Palm Springs Air Museum, home to the largest collection of World War II flying aircraft.

  • Enjoy a round of golf at Palm Springs’ Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort, or indulge at one of the many spa resorts.

  • Dine alfresco amidst the charming and hip village, or shop the many retro boutiques, mid-century modern furniture stores, art galleries and chic consignment shops.

  • Try your luck at the downtown Spa Resort Casino.

– See more at: www.visitgaypalmsprings.com/page/winter-travel-deals–palm-springs-/14628#sthash.xMJOltxv.dpuf

   * Learn about the masters of mid-century modern architecture by taking a segway or tour of the desert’s most notable architecture.

   * Enjoy a round of golf at Palm Springs’ Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort, or indulge at one of the many spa resorts.

    *Dine alfresco amidst the charming and hip village, or shop the many retro boutiques, mid-century modern furniture stores, art galleries and chic consignment shops.

or simply lay by the pool and work on that tan!  

Come to Gay Palm Springs, California. 

INNdulge Palm Springs, a resort hotel for gay menthat offers clothing optional / nude sunbathing. 

Pool and Jacuzzi open 24 hours. 

One of the best gay hotels

and gay resorts in Palm Springs, California.



What are you waiting for?

THE SNOW?!

Palm Springs November Fun


Leather Pride will once again be held the
2nd weekend
in November following the Greater
Palm Springs Pride Festival
so that
guests who
wish to may bookend their vacation to
Palm Springs and enjoy BOTH 
celebrations. 

GET A ROOM NOW  at  INNdulge

DesertLeatherPride  info       Nov  7-11
Greater Palm Springs Pride Festival      Nov 2-3



Palm Springs Summer Deals

Sure, it can get a little HOT  in the desert in the summertime. But so what? That’s why God made pools, right?!

Our fitness friend DAVEY WAVEY told Gaytravel.com, “Interestingly, the high temperatures bring in a different crowd. Instead of attracting the usual crowd from San Diego and Los Angeles,
many of the tourists were from Eastern Europe. For the international
visitors, discounted hotel rooms and hot weather are a huge draw—and
much of Europe closes down later in the summer. It’s why the Palm
Springs locals affectionately refer to the summer months as “Foreskin
Season.”

This trip, I stayed at INNdulge—a clothing-optional resort for gay men.
Though there is no shortage of clothing-optional or gay hotels in Palm
Springs, INNdulge is different. The owners of INNdulge, Sandy and Jon,
go out of their way to build a real sense of community. Each evening,
for example, the owners hold a social hour to let the guests mix and
mingle. It’s a great way to connect with other visitors and to make new
friends.”

BY THE WAY, INNdulge has a $99 Summer Special till September 15th, 2013.

Davey continues, ”
Having said all of that, here are my best tips for visiting Palm Springs—and staying cool—during the summer months:

1. Bring a car. If you don’t drive to Palm Springs, be
sure to pick up a rental car at the airport. While walking is fine
during the cooler winter months, the summer heat is oppressive—and
dangerous. Get a car and take advantage of the air conditioning.

2. Prioritize the pool. Needless to say, the pool is
more important than the room. Stay at a hotel or resort with an amazing
pool. With temperatures as high as 120 degrees, you’ll want to spend
much of your downtime in the water.

3. Ride the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Every half
hour, a cable car departs for a mountain peak 6,000 feet above Palm
Springs. The views are stunning—and, it’s usually 30 degrees cooler at
the top. It’s generally 70 – 90 degrees at the summit—thereby providing
some much-needed natural A/C.

4. Shop at the Thursday street fair. Each Thursday—and
after the hot sun goes down—the city comes alive for a weekly street
fair. Packed with local arts and crafts, food and jewelry, it’s a great
way to spend the cooler evening hours.

5. Drink lots and lots of water. Because it’s so hot
and dry, sweat tends to evaporate very quickly—and you might not realize
how dehydrated you really are. Make sure you drink plenty of water—and
take extra bottle with you while you venture out (especially during the
day).

Random Haus Luxury Hotel / Condo in Palm Springs

Random Haus is a first for Palm Springs (and possibly, the nation) as it
is both a luxury hotel and a fractional condo ownership property aimed
squarely at the LGBT market.

The Palm Springs neighborhood of Warm Sands is usually considered the
main gay resort area in the desert, but there is another new cluster of gay
resorts on East San Lorenzo Road (off of Mesquite and Palm Canyon, just
south of downtown). And the newest addition to this gayborhood is the
luscious Random Haus.

 

Fractional sales of the Random Haus in
affordable one-twelfth interests are designed to be a more
cost-effective second home alternative for the LGBT market, bridging the
gap between those who spend more than a week in the desert, but not
enough time to justify the cost of operating a year-round home here.

Owners can purchase only the time they need in a flexible usage plan
based on their own schedules, and they receive a deeded interest in the
property inclusive of all HOA and maintenance fees. The concept seems to
already be proving popular: The Random Haus will begin closing escrow
on their first fractionals in a few weeks.

READ MORE

SPRING in Palm Spings

Staying Cool in the Summer in Palm Springs

Sure, it can get a little HOT  in the desert in the summertime. But so what? That’s why God made pools, right?!

Our fitness friend DAVEY WAVEY told Gaytravel.com, “Interestingly, the high temperatures bring in a different crowd. Instead of attracting the usual crowd from San Diego and Los Angeles,
many of the tourists were from Eastern Europe. For the international
visitors, discounted hotel rooms and hot weather are a huge draw—and
much of Europe closes down later in the summer. It’s why the Palm
Springs locals affectionately refer to the summer months as “Foreskin
Season.”

This trip, I stayed at INNdulge—a clothing-optional resort for gay men.
Though there is no shortage of clothing-optional or gay hotels in Palm
Springs, INNdulge is different. The owners of INNdulge, Sandy and Jon,
go out of their way to build a real sense of community. Each evening,
for example, the owners hold a social hour to let the guests mix and
mingle. It’s a great way to connect with other visitors and to make new
friends.”

BY THE WAY, INNdulge has a $99 Summer Special till September 15th, 2012.

Davey continues, ”
Having said all of that, here are my best tips for visiting Palm Springs—and staying cool—during the summer months:

1. Bring a car. If you don’t drive to Palm Springs, be
sure to pick up a rental car at the airport. While walking is fine
during the cooler winter months, the summer heat is oppressive—and
dangerous. Get a car and take advantage of the air conditioning.

2. Prioritize the pool. Needless to say, the pool is
more important than the room. Stay at a hotel or resort with an amazing
pool. With temperatures as high as 120 degrees, you’ll want to spend
much of your downtime in the water.

3. Ride the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Every half
hour, a cable car departs for a mountain peak 6,000 feet above Palm
Springs. The views are stunning—and, it’s usually 30 degrees cooler at
the top. It’s generally 70 – 90 degrees at the summit—thereby providing
some much-needed natural A/C.

4. Shop at the Thursday street fair. Each Thursday—and
after the hot sun goes down—the city comes alive for a weekly street
fair. Packed with local arts and crafts, food and jewelry, it’s a great
way to spend the cooler evening hours.

5. Drink lots and lots of water. Because it’s so hot
and dry, sweat tends to evaporate very quickly—and you might not realize
how dehydrated you really are. Make sure you drink plenty of water—and
take extra bottle with you while you venture out (especially during the
day).

Palm Springs 12 Days of Christmas

12 Days of Dining for a Cause

This holiday season, leave the cooking to someone else. From chef-owned bistros to elegant eateries, the restaurants of Palm Springs  invite you dine for a cause while enjoy special holiday deals and gifts. During the first twelve days of December, participating restaurants are offering diners an exclusive bottle of Gerard Bertrand Cremant Brut 2008 or Zardetto Convento Prosecco for only $5.00 a bottle, which is perfect for gift giving too! For every bottle sold, the restaurant will donate $1.00 to the Boys and Girls Club of Palm Springs.

PLUS  Celebrate the “12 Days of Christmas”
in Palm Springs, December 1-12, 2011
with quintessential holiday
performances, celebrity tree lightings, holiday shopping and dining
specials. Signature events include the Festival of Lights Parade with
special guest, Carol Channing as Celebrity Grand Marshal, and the “Walk
of the Inns,” a self-guided tour of historic and boutique inns decorated
for the holidays. 

Get the whole schedule online!

WHERE TO STAY??

INNdulge Palm Springs, California gay men’s clothing optional resort. We’re a Gay men’s resort hotel in the heart of gay palm springs. INNdulge corners the market on comfortable and casual. Located in the heart of the Warm Sands area of Palm Springs, really close to Palm Canyon and Indian Canyon Roads. – Everyone gives this resort top reviews!

INNdulge.

Palm Springs in the SPRING

So we know WHY
you are  coming to Palm Springs this SPRING!  All the cool things going on….

Palm Canyon Theater:
Elton Johns AIDA
HURRY!  thru  3/13/2011


Alexander Weekend 10th Anniversary
3/25/2011 – 3/27/2011

Palm Springs WestFest & Rodeo
3/24/2011 – 3/27/2011

White Party
4/8/2011 – 4/11/2011

Coachella Valley Music Festival
4/15/2011 – 4/17/2011

Meet the Museum party for the LGBT Community
4/22/2011 

But do you know WHERE
you are going to stay??

The choice is simple, if you’re a man….INNdulge.

INNdulge corners the market on comfortable and casual. One section of the structure has the requisite pool and hot tub, and features rooms that are spacious and pampered without being stuffy, with nicely preserved ’50’s style kitchenettes (PS loves its retro history! But new updates are always being done –  recently  new headboards, desks, tables, dresser’s, flat screen TV’s, and original artwork were added to rooms.)

There is a poolside social hour  and INNdulge probably boasts the most spectacular mountain-range view. Practically every Palm Springs Locale is outfitted with misters to combat the desert heat, but INNdulge has the only pool chiller which, when the heat soars to skin-melting temperatures, is quite a draw.

The  owners have transformed this historic inn into the award winning resort it is today.


And check this out, last week they  installed the desert’s first ever 24 hour security guard.  His name is Pablo.


            

Isn’t that great?!

But seriously, this is the place to stay in Palm Springs. INNdulge Palm Springs is a wonderful example of Palm Springs 50’s architecture….and hospitality. The resort is centered around a kidney-shaped pool. The beautifully landscaped grounds frame the surrounding hotel rooms. The only thing better than the architecture and grounds of the property are the resort’s employees and its owners, who maintain a friendly atmosphere resulting in a loyal repeat crowd.

When in Palm Springs….INNdulge!
601 Grenfall Road      Palm Springs CA 92264
ph. 800.833.5675       760.327.1408