El Mirador | Palm Springs
A small neighborhood and one of Palm Springs oldest, El Mirador is named for the famous hotel that once defined Palm Springs glitz and glamor. The hotel is gone and has been replaced by the Desert Regional Medical Center, which rebuilt the hotel’s iconic tower.
But the neighborhood retains its old Hollywood connections. El Mirador real estate is some of the best in Palm Springs. And the neighborhood is an eclectic mix of old homes dating back to the glory days of the hotel, more modern, Spanish style homes, plus several apartments and condos, and some first-class hotels and restaurants along North Indian Canyon Drive.
Within walking distance of the Uptown Design District along North Palm Canyon Drive and Ruth Hardy Park to the east, El Mirador is a perfect walking and biking neighborhood. Dozens of attractions are just minutes away. Just south of the El Mirador neighborhood, you’ll find the Movie Colony.
Sometimes, these two neighborhoods are shown as one in searches, and, if so, the homes are usually listed as being in the Movie Colony.
These homes and condos are located on fee land that is owned.
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Q: Where does El Mirador get its water?
A: All domestic water comes from the aquifer/groundwater basin beneath the valley floor ranging from El Mirador to the Salton Sea and has an estimated capacity of 39.2 million acre feet (an acre foot = 325,851 gallons) down to 1,000 feet (300 m) as determined by the U. S. Geological Survey.
Q: Where can I play golf in El Mirador?
A: Desert Willow Golf Resort, Escena Golf Club, Indian Wells Golf Club, Indian Wells Golf Resort, Marriott’s Shadow Ridge Golf Club, Indian Canyons Golf Resort, PGA West TPC Stadium Golf Course, Classic Club Golf.
Q: How many golf courses are in the El Mirador area?
A: The Coachella Valley a desert oasis framed by the Santa Rosa Mountains two hours east of Los Angeles becomes a hotbed of activity in winter thanks to more than 100 golf courses.