How would you like a more historic and scenic spot for a vacation? The charming city of Riverside, California, is located about 60 miles east of Los Angeles, and offers an assortment of attractions and interesting places to visit…
Riverside was founded in 1970 by a group of Easterners establishing a colony dedicated to expanding education and culture. Once built on a Spanish rancho, Riverside became famous for its thriving citrus industry, including the famous California Gold Rush Navel oranges. There are several attractive Star Hotels in Riverside, California, providing luxury and great services.
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The first of the historic hotels in Riverside is the Mission Inn Hotel and Spa, a national historic landmark, with 239 rooms. Ranging from a Deluxe Room starting at $190 per night, to a Mission Room starting at $240 per night, it even offers a magnificent Presidential Suite from $650 to $1400 per night. Amenities include outdoor pool and spa, fitness facilities, free high-speed internet, 32” plasma TV, in-room refreshment bar, in-room safe, free fitness center, and spa.
The Quality Inn and Suites offers 42 rooms and is a four-story facility. Rates are an average of $85 per night with special rates available. Amenities include a complimentary breakfast, satellite TV, refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers, wireless internet service, outdoor pool, with meeting and conference rooms are available.
Another great, reliable choice is the Marriott Riverside. Amenities include an exercise gym, cable TV, voice mail, tennis court pool, and many extras. Business conveniences include high-speed internet, and a full business center. The rooms are available in selections of a double, queen or king rooms, with wheelchair accessible rooms available, and rates ranging from $99 to $149 per night.
The Santa Cruz Inn Riverside, a Magnuson hotel, has rates ranging from $69 to $79 per night for a queen bed, non-smoking room with special rates available for seniors, military, government, and AAA members. Amenities include a cable TV, microwave, iron and ironing board, and free parking. This is a great hotel for easy access to the Raincross Square Convention Center and the Mission Inn area.
There are a number of historical sites in the Riverside area, as well as the numerous citrus groves. There are numerous parks for hiking, picnicking, biking, and even enjoying a slow stroll. Riverside has some very interesting sites, such as the Chinatown site, the Gage Canal, and nearby universities. Riverside is also home to the Mission Inn Historic District, supporting many interesting venues as well as the Fox Theater. The Heritage House, Riverside Art Museum, and Benedict Castle are among the more interesting sites. Check out the City Raincross Symbol while visiting Riverside.