Palm Springs is always our favorite go to when it comes to spring break. We love that if feels like a real getaway but is still close to home. We stayed at the Westin Mission Hills this year and were so excited to explore.
First off, we made a b-line for the pool! It was a mad house but we hit the water like no one's business. I booked this resort solely for it's waterslide to be honest. The girls swam for about 3 hours and took turns on the waterslide a million times. We had a hankering for Mexican food and drove a couple blocks for some yummy tacos and chips. We decided to tuck in early that night and continue our Star Wars marathon we had started earlier in the week. Us girls had never seen Star Wars so Erik thought it would be fun to watch all of them over the break.
Day Two, we hit the pool super early. This pool seating situation was no joke. I set my alarm and off we went at 7:45 for our spots. Once our mission was accomplished, we grabbed a nice easy breakfast at the Mission Hills Market Cafe. I love the ease of this sort of breakfast. They offered fresh pastries and Starbucks coffee along with toiletries and snacks for the rest of the day. Cereal for the girls and coffee for mommy and we were set. We also had the option of fresh pancakes by the pool too which smelled delish. That was definately a perk of getting to the pool early was yummy breakfast options and quiet pool. The Westin hosted super fun kids activities all throughout the day. From family fishing to waterslide lifeguard games to watermelon eating contests there was always something fun to do. Capri decided to participate in the watermelon eating and won! Girl can take a watermelon down!
That night we ordered Dilberts pizza in for more Star Wars. They were playing a fun movie that night by the pool but we were all sun kissed and exhasted from the pool all day.
Day Three greeted us again with a simple cafe breakfast and comfy spot at the pool first thing. My idea of a vacation is parking myself by the water and absorbing myself in a book all day. I got my wish! I literally barely moved and was so happy about it! For lunch the girls noshed on freshly grilled burgers and mommy got a fresh watermelon salad while Erik hit the gym. The girls swam all day and when we had our fill, we hit the road reluctantly.
Tips for your stay:
- Get to the pool no later than 7:55 am to get a spot.
-Take advantage of poolside breakfast and cafe. They will save you money and time getting a whole family breakfast situation at a restaurant.
-Plan to keep an eye on little ones, the pool does not have lifeguards.
-Take advantage of the kids activities and kids club for a nice adult free couple hours.
-Bring fun pool floats and balls. There are a million kiddos around and the floats were a hit. The pool also has a volleyball net to play with.
Overall, another great family Spring break vacation for the books.