The Bakersfield Area
Our centrally located hotel is convenient to all that Southern California has to offer. After waking up in a full-featured room and comfortable bed, start your day with a selection of tasty and healthy free Bright Side Breakfast® foods, or start your day off with a swim in our outdoor pool. Easily reach your day’s events from our central location in the San Joaquin Valley off Highway 99. It’s just a quick trip to museums, raceways, shopping and other attractions, and a short walk delivers you to restaurants and entertainment.
In the heart of the Central Valley, Bakersfield has easy access to natural wonders, cultural events and historic attractions. A surprisingly musical city, it is the birthplace of the country music genre known worldwide as the Bakersfield Sound, and its agricultural wonders provide lots to explore including breed shows, Scottish Games, museums and more. It’s only a short drive to the Southern Sierra Nevada Mountains where you can experience top-rated whitewater rafting, fly-fishing and hiking. The local dining scene is also unique with award winning Basque restaurants which are some of the oldest and most historic in town. Be sure not to miss Native American cultural events, casinos and the many nearby raceways.
Hotel Services and Amenities
After a restful night’s sleep in one of our comfy beds, the free Bright Side Breakfast awaits. Choose from healthy fruit and yogurt, hot homemade waffles, and a selection of cereal, pastries, and bagels. Beverages include unlimited coffee and juice. Unwind at the end of the day with a dip in the pool or a new flat-panel TV and 30 HD channels or set your laptop on the desk and connect to free Wi-Fi. Night owls can rely on the in-room alarm clock and coffeemaker to get going in the morning, and some rooms feature microwaves. Each room also comes with a hairdryer and iron with ironing board. Have a question? Our staff makes every effort to ensure a pleasant stay and accommodate special requests.
Visit one of our many world famous Basque restaurants or enjoy our own local breed of country music known worldwide as the Bakersfield Sound. Outdoor sites and adventures such as the Centennial Garden and Convention Center, Lake Ming, Tehachapi Windmills, and Southern Sierra Mountains, which feature whitewater rafting, fly-fishing and hiking, are only a few miles away and are complimented by many local museums such as the Kern County Museum and Pioneer Village, the West Kern Oil Museum, California Living Museum (which has a zoo, botanic garden, and natural history museum) and the Bakersfield Museum of Art. For those looking for excitement, there are a host of raceways nearby including the Mesa Marine Raceway, Famosa Raceway, and Bakersfield Raceway as well as the Eagle Mountain Casino and plenty of places to golf.