The Redding Area
Enjoy the best Northern California has to offer at our cozy hotel, conveniently located just off I-5. Looking to experience the best of the local scene? We are conveniently located in the heart of Shasta County, perfect for visitors to the Redding Convention Center, Shasta and Simpson Colleges, Mercy Hospital and Redding Medical Center. Leisure travelers have easy access to the best of Northern California, including Shasta Lake, Mt. Lassen Volcanic National Park and Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. The area around our hotel has many dining and shopping options, with the Mt. Shasta Mall nearby. Our hotel offers a prime location with plenty of free amenities, affording you the opportunity to dig deep into the area’s attractions.
Hotel Services and Amenities
Whether traveling for work or leisure, our hotel’s well-kept suites feature flat-panel TVs with 30 channels of HD programming and easy plug-and-play access that makes it simple to connect electronics to keep the kids entertained. Each room comes equipped with an alarm clock, coffee maker, hair dryer and ironing board with iron so you can start your day looking fresh and crisp.
Enjoy a free Bright Side Breakfast®, including unlimited coffee and juice, fresh fruit, waffles, muffins, and more. Work out in the fitness center, conduct meetings in the business center, and stay connected with free Wi-Fi or take advantage of our meeting facilities if traveling on business. After a long day, relax around the heated swimming pool, or enjoy a soak in our spa. Enjoy travel with the entire family, including your pets.
The area has many attractions and a great deal of natural beauty. Nature enthusiasts will enjoy Shasta Lake and Dam, Mt. Lassen Volcanic National Park, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, Trinity National Forest and Castle Crags State Park, with towering granite spires rising over the Sacramento River. Sportsmen will find ample opportunities to go fishing, whitewater rafting, hiking, golfing and much more. Many wineries have tasting rooms in town, reflecting Northern California’s temperate Mediterranean climate. Explore the area’s history at the nearby William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park, honoring the man who led the Bear Republic for its 22 days. Most striking of all is Redding’s iconic Sundial Bridge. Designed by Spanish architect Calatrava, the bridge is also a working sundial.