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Staying in or near Palm Springs

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We are looking for suggestions of where to stay in the Palm Springs area. Wondering which town and hotel may be best for us.

We are mainly in the area for 3 nights in March to visit Joshua Tree NP, Indian Canyons and perhaps Living Desert Museum and taking the cable car up the mountain. Golf and night life are not considerations.

We seem to be finding the two extremes of accommodations--either very pricey resorts or less expensive 50's type motels. Surely there's something in the middle.

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