A limited number of reduced rate rooms are available for concours entrants, judges and guests. Please make your reservation early as this is a very busy time of the year with many events. Identify yourself as being with the Desert Classic Concours.
Call the Doral Desert Princess Resort at (760) 322-7000 for more information, or you can book your rooms directly online by clicking here.
Doral Desert Princess Resort and Spa
The Doral resort is situated on 345 meticulously maintained acres that include 27 holes of championship golf, a resort spa, 10 tournament-style tennis courts, an Olympic-size swimming pool, and 23,000 square feet of conference and banquet space.
Stunning views of the San Jacinto Mountains complement the captivating desert landscape that surrounds the hotel. Experience a desert haven of tranquility at Doral Desert Princess Resort where all of your needs are met.
Invitingly upscale, Doral Desert Princess Resort is a full-service conference center hotel located minutes from downtown Palm Springs, California. The Doral resort is situated on 345 meticulously maintained acres that include 27 holes of championship golf, a resort spa, 10 tournament-style tennis courts, an Olympic-size swimming pool, and 23,000 square feet of conference and banquet space. Stunning views of the San Jacinto Mountains complement the captivating desert landscape that surrounds the hotel. Experience a desert haven of tranquility at Doral Desert Princess Resort where all of your needs are met.
Perfectly located in the Palm Springs, California community of Cathedral City off I-10, Doral Desert Princess Resort offers convenient access to popular Palm Springs attractions and exciting things to do. Downtown Palm Springs shopping, restaurants and entertainment, and Palm Springs International Airport are minutes from our door. The Palm Springs Aerial Tram, Knott’s Soak City Palm Springs, and Desert Hills Premium Outlets are commonly visited attractions located nearby. A must for outdoor recreation is Joshua Tree National Park located an hour away. Doral Desert Princess Resort offers shuttle transportation to downtown Palm Springs and Palm Springs International Airport.
Doral Desert Princess Resort
67967 Vista Chino Cathedral City, CA 92234
The Desert Princess Country Club
Just minutes from downtown Palm Springs, the Desert Princess community welcomes you! This meticulously maintained community boasts a 27-hole championship golf course which abuts every residence. Community amenities include a large Clubhouse with public bar and renowned dining experience Leon’s at Desert Princess, well-equipped golf pro shop, meeting rooms; a recreation and fitness center featuring state-of-the-art fitness and exercise equipment, nine tennis courts, basketball, two pickle ball courts, bocce ball, horseshoes; a full-service spa with sauna, hot tub and lap pool; and an additional 32 pools and spas conveniently located throughout the community such that each residence has but a short walk to rest and relaxation.
Golf at Desert Princess
Golf at the Desert Princess comes in the form of three nine-hole courses, each with four sets of tees. At only 350 feet above sea level, our 6,781 yard championship tees provide a challenge for the best golfers. The most forward tees are 5,200 yards to accommodate golfers of all ages and skills. The greens are impeccable tiff dwarf Bermuda and are ranked among the best in the desert. 85 bunkers and 21 lakes complete a perfect golf environment. Carts are required.
Spacious dining areas are separated into four major rooms to accommodate up to 290 diners, including 80 on the heated, outdoor terrace. For private parties there is a comfortable Wine Room which seats up to 40. The largest dining room features a giant fireplace reminiscent of the one in Dervieux’s childhood home near Lyon, France. Bernard’s Room overlooks the gleaming exposition kitchen for those wishing to experience the creative energy of the Chef and his staff in action.
Chef Bernard was born in Condrieu, France in 1953. His family operated a farm and this is where Bernard gained his appreciation for fresh, tasteful food. His father wanted him to pick up a trade, so at age 13, he became an apprentice charcutier and worked in Vienne until 1972. He worked under the direction of Chef Paul Bocuse in Lyon, France from 1972 to 1974 as a cuisinier and with Roger Verge in Le Moulin de Mougin. Bernard was sent by Paul Bocuse to the United States in 1974 to work at Le Francais in Wheeling, Illinois as a saucier/sous chef under the supervision of Jean Bachet. He then worked at the Pump Room in Chicago, Illinois from 1978 until 1980 as Executive Chef.
Bernard was hired in 1980 at the Beverly Hills Hotel at the recommendation of Wolfgang Puck. He was Executive Chef at the hotel until 1986. After leaving the Beverly Hills Hotel, Bernard went to the Grand Champions Resort in Indians Wells and also to Aspen, Colorado serving as Executive Chef until opening Cuistot in 1987.
When you have a thriving restaurant, widely regarded as one of the best, even perhaps the best in the desert, why on earth would you want to move? A Chef’s life is stressful enough! To take on the extra challenge of moving everything from a well-established location to a totally new venue seems like a choice of a workaholic run amok. But the opportunity to purchase the land at the intersection of two of the most traveled and renowned thoroughfares in the desert only presents itself once in a lifetime. So in 2003 Bernard and his wife Susan broke ground on their new location. The building incorporates a rustic French farmhouse theme conceived by the Dervieuxs and executed by Design Development in Agoura Hills, CA.