A perfect destination combination for celebrity spotting and a bit of R&R. Los Angeles offers a heady mix of glitter whilst Palm Springs is a place for pure self-indulgence and uninterrupted leisure.
Los Angeles, City of Angels, Tinseltown, La La Land. Whatever you want to call it, the beaches, mountains, food, culture and sheer pizzazz of LA are undeniably seductive.
Fly daily from London Heathrow with Virgin Atlantic.
Follow in the footsteps of the stars at LA’s Hollywood Walk of Fame. Stroll this stretch of sparkling pavement and you’ll follow a path of stars devoted to world famous talent. Stop off at pagoda-style Grauman’s Chinese Theatre and spot infamous actors’ hand prints.
Drive from Los Angeles to Palm Springs is approximately 2hrs (126 miles).
Hollywood film stars have been coming to Palm Springs since the 1920’s, so you never know who might walk by. With its state-of-the-art spas, it is a place for pure self-indulgence and uninterrupted leisure. Dining at world-class restaurants, playing a round of golf, and a tour of the stars’ homes is virtually compulsory.
In Palm Springs, take an Aerial Tramway ride to the summit of San Jacinto. Dine at Peaks, a restaurant that’s 8,500ft up with stunning Coachella Valley view’s! If you fancy a bit of relaxation look no further! Palm Springs is all about relaxation and that is why it is practically bursting at the seams with spa resorts and luxurious hotels.
Fly home from Los Angeles with Virgin Atlantic to London Heathrow.
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