February 24 - 27, 2020
JW Marriott, Palm Springs, CA
Fall In Love With Our Venue. In Palm Springs.
To us, you’re a VIP, and should be treated like it. That’s what you get at our venue in Palm Springs. You’re at a luxury resort, surrounded by palm trees, 80 degree weather; a desert playground where excitement and adventure seamlessly blend.
That’s why eTail is held at a luxury resort, and not a convention center.
Planning Your Trip
If you are registered to attend the first day of the conference – Monday, Feb 24th– then we recommend arriving at the JW Marriott on Sunday, Feb 23 or prior. The conference begins the following day and you will have some time to settle in prior to the event. You may even want to enjoy some of what Palm Springs has to offer!
Our discounted room block at the JW Marriott is sold out, but we have secured an overflow block at the nearby Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa. Complimentary transportation will be provided to and from the JW Marriott.
The conference starts on Monday, February 24. You will receive instructions on how to book once you register online or with our sales team.
About The JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa:
Address: 74-855 Country Club Dr, Palm Desert, CA 92260
Phone: (760) 341-2211
About The Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa, Indian w:
Address: 44400 Indian Wells Ln, Indian Wells, CA 92210
Phone: (760) 773-4444
How To Get There By
Palm Springs International Airport - PSP
Airport Phone: 1 760 318 3800
Hotel direction: 12.2 miles SE
Estimated taxi fare: $50 (one way)
Driving directions:Travel west on East Tahquitz Canyon Way toward North Civic Drive. Make a U-turn at North Civic Drive then turn right onto El Cielo Road. Travel 1.5 miles to Escoba Drive and turn right. Travel 0.3 miles and turn left onto CA-111 Business South/East Palm Canyon Drive. Follow East Palm Canyon Drive for 5.7 miles to Country Club Drive and turn left. Travel 4.3 miles to Desert Springs Drive and turn right. The hotel will be on the right.
Los Angeles International Airport - LAX
Hotel direction: 135 miles SE
Estimated taxi fare: $350 (one way)
Driving directions: Travel south on World Way toward West Way for 0.7 miles. Keep right at the fork and merge onto PCH/South Sepulveda Boulevard. Travel 0.7 miles and make a slight right onto the Interstate 105 East ramp. Keep left at the fork and merge onto Interstate 105 East. Travel 17.0 miles to exit 18 for Interstate 605. Keep left at the fork and follow signs for Interstate 605 North. Keep left at the fork and merge onto Interstate 605 North. Travel 9.2 miles to exit 19 to merge onto CA-60 East/Pomona Freeway toward Pomona. Travel 13.6 miles and make a slight left onto CA-60 East at signs for Pomona/Riverside. Travel 27.8 miles and merge onto Interstate 215 South. Travel 4.4 miles and make a slight left onto CA-60 East. Travel 18.2 miles and merge onto Interstate 10 East. Travel 39.7 miles to exit 134 for Cook Street. Turn right onto Cook Street and travel 1.9 miles to Country Club Drive. Turn right then take the first left onto Desert Springs Drive. The hotel will be on the right.
LA/Ontario International Airport - ONT
Hotel direction: 82.2 miles SE
Estimated taxi fare: $250 (one way)
Driving directions: Take Terminal Way following signs for Interstate 10 East. Continue onto Archibald Avenue and take the ramp onto Interstate 10 East. Travel 78.5 miles to exit 134 for Cook Street and turn right. Travel 1.9 miles to Country Club Drive and turn right. Take the first left onto Desert Springs Drive and the hotel will be on the right.
Parking At The JW Marriott:
On-site parking, fee: $8 hourly, $25 daily
Valet parking, fee: $29 daily
Hourly self-park fees apply to non-guests. Overnight self-park included in daily resort fee Electric car charging stations : 12 , Complimentary
Things To Do In Palm Springs
Palm Springs Aerial Tram to San Jacinto State Park
Open year round, the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Cable Cars offers Palm Springs visitors (and locals) the opportunity to escape the summer heat, and to reach snow in winter, all while taking in the amazing views of San Jacinto mountains and the Palm Springs area.
The Indian Canyon Trails
The Indian Canyons are a great opportunity to get outdoors for some exercise, commune with nature, and fulfill a desire for adventure and exploration. With several different trails of varying length, this day-trip offers the flexibility to be just a few hours or an all-day affair.
Palm Springs Street Fair "Village Fest”
Each Thursday evening throughout the year, a large section of downtown Palm Springs "main street" known as Palm Canyon Drive is closed off to vehicle traffic, allowing vendors and performers of all kinds to set up shops along the street, making for great people-watching and shopping.
Dramatic scenery, lush golf courses, majestic estates, excellent dining, sensory spa treatments, natural beauty, serene escapes, and vibrant nightlife combine to create the ultimate resort experience. The Coachella Valley is more than a destination; it’s a vibe and a lifestyle. It’s everything you could imagine and more.
Joshua Tree National Park
Just 45 minutes from town, the Joshua Tree National Park is quickly becoming a hot visitor spot. A fascinating variety of plants and animals make their home in this land shaped by strong winds, unpredictable torrents of rain, and climatic extremes. Dark night skies, a rich cultural history, and surreal geologic features add to the attraction of this place.