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If you’d keen to opt for a greener escape, following all the madness of the festival, then the Avalon Hotel in Palm Springs, with its fresh, healthy Californian food, including crab avocado salads and tuna poké, offers a detoxing stay to counter any festival indulgence. The Parker in Palm Springs is a tasteful Californian classic, with its sprawling gardens, firepits and bursts of colourful decour. Set to the backdrop of the picturesque San Jacinto mountains, The Kimpton hotel is a crisp and airy escape from the noise and energy of the Coachella Valley.


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Where to eat and drink 

Only six miles from the festival site, look not further that Soho Desert House to quench your thirst for cool over the two weekends. Expected to be the post-festival hang out stop, the It-location is offering ‘access to unlimited food and drink, a main stage with a mix of DJs and live performances, beachside DJs, and loads of activations from our favourite partners with a little something for everyone’. If you’re well and truly Soho House’d out, then the Ace hotel also offers a fun place to spend time drinking and partying with festival friends. 

Luckily, after sleepless nights of drinking, dancing and god-only-knows-what, the Californian state offers a plentitude of healthy eateries to squash any unsound festival habits. Norma’s resturant at the Parker, ‘the brightly colored open-air Terrace restaurant’, serves breakfast all day and night.