Home to Hollywood Legends in the Historic Tennis Club District

Palm Springs is home to the world’s largest rotating aerial tramcars, celebrity residents, the Palm Springs International Film Festival, mid-century modern architecture, Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, numerous restaurants, and the award-winning Palm Springs Tennis Club.

Up until the 1970’s, Palm Springs used to be considered a ghost town in the summer months with some businesses and hotels closing in July and August. That began to change in the disco era as more retirees moved to the Coachella Valley for health reasons and as commerce grew, so did families with children. Around this same time, the Palm Springs Tennis Club was converted from a hotel-operated resort into a timeshare resort under the development and guidance of Raymond Aneas Watt, founder Watt Industries.

The Palm Springs Tennis Club is considered one of the finest timeshare resorts in Southern California. The resort features three swimming pools, award-winning Spencer’s Restaurant (“Best of the Valley”), an expansive property with the hotel nestled against the San Jacinto Mountains and the bungalows across the street, spas, and professional tennis courts. The resort is within walking distance to downtown Palm Springs, which has various shopping boutiques, restaurants, art exhibits, museums, and plenty of people watching spots.

The resort is extremely popular among non-timeshare owners, too. These guests frequently rent suites year after year and benefit from discounted rental rates by booking directly with us. One rental guest said, “The Palm Springs Tennis Club is a first class act. Very well done, thank you.” Another one said, “What an enjoyable, quite, great location and wonderful view at this resort. The suite was well cared for and roomy.”

Visit the Palm Springs Tennis Club this summer and get some free ice cream!

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