30th Anniversary Deals at Indian Wells Resort

The Hyatt Regency celebrates three decades with dining specials, more.

THIRTY HAS A LOT OF SPARKLE TO IT, as birthdays go. People do it up, much like a 16th or 21st or 50th, because a decade milestone only comes around every ten years (surely no spoiler alert is required for that revelation). But how does a location or a business or a destination approach the big marker of time, in terms of honoring it and throwing a celebration? By lining up a bunch of specials and making the number of the moment -- 30 -- come into play with each. That's just what the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort and Spa is doing to commemorate its 1986 beginnings, back when the property was the Grand Champions Resort. Time passed, the BNP Paribas Tennis Open found a home there for well over a decade, and a large-scale renovation in the early aughts brought it up to is new identity as a Hyatt Regency (a mantle it assumed in 2012). A swanky spa, well-appointed villas, golfing, tennis courts, and more fill out the sunshiny spread. A spread that'll mark its birthday in numerous ways in the days ahead. Look for...

DINING SPECIALS AT LANTANA RESTAURANT, like a special $30 bottle of wine from Sunday to Thursday at Agave Sunset, and a pair of Agave margaritas for thirty bucks (yep, you'll need two people to nab this one). Date night deals, a kid-friendly happy hour, and designated nights where the '80s tunes roll are also on the calendar. Are you staying at the hotel? Then check out...

OTHER "30"-THEMED DEALS... like $30 cabana rentals and $30 lunch special upgrades when you do rent a cabana. There are also a caboodle of throwback films from the 1980s (happening June through August) and rides in the new DesertPipe, which may zip you back to the watery ride fun you found as a youngster. For all the dates, deals, specifics, asterisks, and more, you'll only need to point your 1986-themed time machine in this direction. And keep your eye out for the "30" in its many permutations around the chill-out, pool-up desert resort.

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