Resort CE Week—Palm Springs
Dec. 2–6, 2013
Palm Springs boasts a near-perfect desert climate, offering a year-round respite to
guests from around the world. Golf, swim, play tennis, hike, ride bikes
or shop. Other great attractions are the Aerial Tramway, Desert Museum,
Oasis Water Resort, Moorten Botanical Gardens and the spectacular Indian
Nestled in the heart of Rancho Mirage, at the base of the San Jacinto
Mountain Range in the sun-drenched Coachella Valley, Rancho Las Palmas
Resort & Spa allows you to indulge in a wide array of recreational
activities, then retreat to the comfort of our classic
accommodations.From soothing spa treatments to individual golf lessons,
Rancho Mirage provides an ideal environment for rest and relaxation.
Guest rooms feature plush bedding and French doors that open onto
private patios.Sparkling swimming pools beckon for a refreshing swim.
27-hole Ted Robinson-designed golf course
20,000-square-foot European spa, with 26 treatment rooms
Splashtopia, our incredible new water feature with lazy river, slides,
sandy beach and more
25 state-of-the-art tennis courts, with clay and hard-court surfaces
41,000 square feet of flexible event space
Several onsite restaurants and lounge settings
240 acres of tranquil lakes, gardens, and fountains.
Rancho Las Palmas Resort and Spa:
$165 plus a $15 daily resort fee that includes: toll-free, credit
card, and local calling; entrance to a fitness center; in-room
high-speed internet access; in-room coffee and tea; and a daily
newspaper (Sunday upon request). State and local taxes and tourism fees
apply. (Rates valid Nov. 30–Dec. 7.)
Call 866-423-1195 for reservations by Nov. 1, 2013. Ask for California CPA Education Foundation group rate.
Space is limited and may sell out before the cut-off date, so make your