If you register as a spouse/guest attendee, below are a few of the events included in the registration fee that you won’t want to miss.
On Thursday evening you will certainly meet other spouses and guests at the Panattoni Opening Cocktail Party.
On Friday evening, dress up in your finest denim and leather and join SIORs and other spouses and guests at the Friday Night Party, Motorcycles & Mayhem
. Be ready to rock the night away to the sounds of Bland Cromwell and the Hourglass Band!
All conference meals/functions are included in the spouse/guest registration fee! For a complete schedule of events, click here
There will also be a local chapter representative there to answer questions about the things to do in the Indian Wells/Palm Desert local area.
The conference hotel, the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort and Spa, also offers a number of activities and amenities for guests to enjoy.
Agua Serena Spa
Palm Springs Living recently ranked the Agua Serena Spa at the hotel as the best resort spa in the Palm Springs metropolitan area. Surrender to the healing touch of nature at the spa, featured in "100 Best Spas of the World." For spa reservations, please call 760.674.4100. Click here to visit the spa website.
Indian Wells Tennis Facilities
As the former home of the Newsweek Champions Cup, now the sixth largest tennis tournament in the world, Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa has hosted tennis greats, including Pete Sampras, Boris Becker, Steffi Graf, Andre Agassi, Monica Seles, Stefan Edberg and many others. The Indian Wells tennis area features three hard-surface courts, tennis instruction, a pro shop, and services to help plan your own Indian Wells tennis tournament.
Court time is complimentary for registered guests and can be reserved by calling 760.674.4100. Note, reservations can only be made 24 hours in advance of requested play time.
Treat yourself to a poolside experience at Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa. Pool cabanas must be reserved with the concierge for advance reservation or with the Towel Hut on-site for same-day pool cabana reservations. Please click here to view rental rates and inclusions.
The Pollhe Clive Clark-designed, Celebrity Course opened to rave reviews in November 2006. Playability, diversity and challenge are the highlights of Clive Clark's desert masterpiece.
The Players Course opened a year later and was designed by prominent architect John Fought. The course presents a brilliant contrast to our Celebrity course. Featuring dynamic bunkering, generous fairway corridors and undulating topography, the Players Course is aesthetically fascinating and provides a challenge to all types of players.
For hotel guests who would like to request tee times, please contact the Hyatt Golf Concierge at 760.674.4149 or email email@example.com stating your name, number of guests, requested tee time date and time and contact information.
Interested in things to do in Indian Wells, or wondering what to do in the Palm Springs metropolitan area? The Living Desert & Zoo
This 1,200-acre desert reserve, museum, zoo, and educational center is designed to acquaint visitors with the Southern California desert's unique habitats. You can walk or take a tram tour through sectors that re-create life in several distinctive desert zones. See and learn about a dizzying variety of plants, insects, and wildlife, including bighorn sheep, mountain lions, rattlesnakes, lizards, owls, golden eagles, and the ubiquitous roadrunner, plus new exhibits featuring frogs and butterflies. It's a nonstuffy learning experience for kids and grown-ups alike in the Gecko Gulch Playland. Palm Springs Art Museum
Unlikely though it may sound, this museum is well endowed and worth a look. Exhibits include world-class Western and Native American art collections, the natural history of the desert, and an outstanding anthropology department, primarily representing the local Cahuilla tribe. Tools, baskets, and other relics illustrate traditional Indian life as it was lived for centuries. Check local schedules to find out about visiting exhibits (which are usually excellent). Knotts Soak City
Knott’s Soak City Palm Springs is not a mirage, but the coolest spot in the desert. Filled with 13 intense water rides and attractions, Knott’s Soak City is a 16-acre oasis that offers families hours of fun. Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
To gain a bird's-eye perspective on the Coachella Valley, take this 14-minute ascent up nearly 5,900 feet to the upper slopes of Mount San Jacinto. While the Albert Frey-designed boarding stations retain their 1960s ski-lodge feel, newly installed Swiss funicular cars are sleekly modern and rotate during the trip to allow each passenger a panoramic view.
Watch your children’s eyes light up and giant smiles brighten their faces as they share with you the excitement of their day at Camp Hyatt®. Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa is truly a kid-friendly Palm Springs area family resort where everyone gets the chance to indulge in his or her own idea of fun.
Camp Hyatt at Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa offers fascinating insights into the culture, history and environment of the surrounding Palm Springs area. An incredible array of supervised activities awaits your children at our Palm Springs area family resort in Indian Wells.
Kids will learn about flora, fauna, culture, and geography of the region. They’ll also have a fun time zipping down our water slide, feeding fish, and meeting Shelley The Tortoise and Spike the Bearded Dragon - our camp mascots - just to name a few of the fabulous activities open to our campers. Click here
for more information on Camp Hyatt.