A kaleidoscope of unique events, engaging
attractions, and stellar accommodations
make Cathedral City an attractive year-round
choice for business and leisure. Countless
individuals have experienced the considerable pull this centrally located city exerts on
them to stay and enjoy all that it has to offer.
Many people relocate here to work, retire,
or raise their families. Several new developments on the horizon virtually guarantee the
community will remain uppermost in people’s
minds, whether they are aiming for a brief visit
or planning to settle for a lifetime.
THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME
For residents, the essence of living in Cathedral
City is its small town feel, safe neighborhoods,
INVITING, ENTERTAINING, ENTERPRISING.
BY JUNE ALLAN CORRIGAN, PHOTOGRAPHS BY GREG PETERSEN
great schools, community parks, outdoor activities, local dining options, and commitment to
the arts. Likewise, visitors happily admit to
feeling completely at home during their stays.
Staybridge Suites Hotel, opening in late 2016,
is sure to follow form. Located near the Cimarron Golf Resort, the 200-room property will
cater to extended-stay travelers and accommodate them in handsomely appointed studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom suites.
Perfectly situated and offering jaw-dropping
views of the dramatic San Jacinto Mountains,
Staybridge Suites’ guests will appreciate the
fully equipped kitchens, fitness facility, and
outdoor pool, along with many other compelling features.
Meanwhile, the recent multimillion dollar
top-to-bottom renovation and branding of
MAYOR: Stanley E. Henry
MAYOR PRO TEM: Gregory S. Pettis
John Aguilar, Mark Carnevale,
YEAR INCORPORATED: 1981
Above: The new Staybridge Suites Hotel
rises above Cimarron Golf Resort. Right:
Moviegoers enjoy a refreshed lobby, new
seating, and innovative Barco Escape movie
format at Mary Pickford Theatre.