You’ve got 48 hours to decompress from the week. Some desert heat, midcentury design, and ring-a-ding-ding should do the trick. Hit Palm Springs. Nest Take in mountain views at the nine-studio Orbit In (562 West Arenas Road; 760-323-3585). Want vintage flash for less cash? Try Del Marcos Hotel (225 West Baristo Road; 760-325-6902). Glamour-pusses love the new Old Hollywood-style Viceroy (415 South Belardo Road; 760-320-4117) with three courtyard pools or the Jonathan Adler-designed Parker Palm Springs (4200 East Palm Canyon Drive; 760-770-5000). Even if you don’t spend the night, go play croquet or pamper yourself at PSYC spa. Ingest Before hitting the windmills, pop into Hadley (50130 Main Street, Cabazon; 951-849-4668) for date shakes. At Tyler’s Burgers (149 South Indian Canyon Drive; 760-325-2990) carb-phobes order the bun-free Suzanne Somers, but the sliders rule. El Mirasol (73325 Highway 111, Palm Desert; 760-836-9028) has generous margaritas and a lively crowd; fancy folks go Cal-Austrian at Johannes (196 South Indian Canyon Drive; 760-778-0017). After hours, it’s martinis at Melvyn’s (200 West Ramon Road; 760-325-2323), where seasoned swingers vie for the piano mic. Invest First stop: the Cabazon Outlets (48980 Seminole Dr, Cabazon; 888-854-5655). Then fuel up on caffeine at Koffi (515 North Palm Canyon Drive; 760-416-2244) before scouring the furniture corridor for Noguchi and Saarinen at Palm Springs Consignment (2100 North Palm Canyon Drive; 760-416-0704), Modern Way (2755 North Palm Canyon Drive; 760-320-5455), and 20 First (1117 North Palm Canyon Drive; 760-327-5400). Digress Can’t stand the heat? Visit the Palm Springs Art Museum (101 Museum Drive; 760-325-7186), tour the city’s Alexanders with PS Modern Tours (760-318-6118), or ride the Aerial Tramway (1 Tramway Road; 760-325-1391) to the peaks of Mt. San Jacinto, where it’s thirty degrees cooler than the valley. You’ll be flown to the moon. DailyCandy Travel is now delivered on Wednesdays. If you’d rather not receive it, click here.