Natural Beauty Ideal weather. Gorgeous mountains. A charming village feel. And friendly people. Great places to stay, play, eat, shop, and relax. The spirit of adventure is alive and well in Palm Springs, whether golfing in a tournament, sipping cocktails at a poolside reception, or team building on a mountain adventure, our visitors marvel at the truly unique combination of urban activities within our suburban village. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, jeep tours, tramway, museums, spas, nightlife, theater and live entertainment. Or everyone’s favorite, lounging poolside under our big blue skies in the warmth of the sun – we have it all. Location, location, location… Our enviable location, within a tow hour drive from San Diego and Los Angeles, has long made us a favorite for event planners seeking to attract a larger audience. Located 1.5 miles from the Palm Springs International Airport, the Palm Springs Convention Center is walking distance to 1,600 hotel rooms and just blocks away from the Heart of Downtown and historic Palm Canyon Drive. Whether it’s a leisurely stroll or a morning power walk, drive and you miss finding that treasure to take back home. Like No Place Else….. Utilizing the natural desert landscape the Palm Springs Convention Center has created an authentic meeting oasis. > 120,000 square feet of carpeted exhibit space > 21 breakouts > 20,000 square foot Ballroom > 18,000 square foot Lobby with panoramic mountain views > 20,000 square foot Event Lawn or the adjacent Jackie Lee Houston Plaza An additional 30,000 square feet of meeting space with 410 guest rooms at the attached Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel Top World Destination Our abundance of tourism experiences and attractions help meeting planners bolster registration numbers, with delegates eager to experience Palm Springs. We welcome the promise of possibility, of living life to the fullest and exploring what’s next. Our attitude is free-spirited and fun-loving, and the vide is an open invitation to all. Palm Springs is fully open for business and eager to welcome back visitors – and conference delegates – from around the world.