It’s officially the season for warming temperatures, blooming flowers, and allergy symptoms. However, as one of the most stunning seasons, spring is also the ideal time of year for exploring trails unhiked and roads untraveled near Victorville. Best of all, when you book comfortable accommodations in Victorville, you can head back to Holiday Inn Victorville to relax after absorbing the beautiful scenery and nostalgic sights.
Holiday Inn Victorville promises a relaxing experience by offering comfortable accommodations, complete with thoughtful amenities such as room service and 40” televisions. These, along with in-room refrigerators and microwaves, can be used to create a relaxing evening in which you can order delicious culinary dishes and eat in bed while watching a movie that will have you laughing out loud.
In addition, Holiday Inn Victorville continues to prioritize the health and safety of our guests with advanced cleaning procedures in all guest rooms and public spaces. These procedures reflect the advice of public health officials, including the CDC, allowing you to “rest easy with world-class cleaning processes.” Check room availability and rates today!
About Victorville, CA
Situated between the high point of Los Angeles and Las Vegas is a charming community known for its warm climate and mountain vistas. That is, of course, in addition to many family-friendly recreational activities designed to make finding fun under the spring sun while staying in a hotel offering comfortable accommodations in Victorville, CA, incredibly easy.
Originally named “Victor,” the city was established in 1885 and prepared in 1886. Then in 1901, it was renamed Victorville to avoid any confusion with a Colorado city by the same name. In 1962, the city with a land area of 9.7 square miles was incorporated, becoming a general law city in San Bernadino County. Finally, in 1971 Holiday Inn Victorville opened, offering comfortable accommodations in Victorville to people vacationing both for pleasure and business.
Things to Do
Route 66 Museum
The California Route 66 Museum in Victorville is a great place to experience the past by interacting with exhibits such as a 50’s diner, VW Love Bus, and 1917 Model T Ford. The museum also has the first Santa Monica “End of the Trails” booth that has become incredibly popular with visitors and locals. Admission to the museum, which is only open Friday through Sunday, is free, although donations are greatly appreciated. Make memories by visiting during your stay at Holiday Inn Victorville.
Dine at The Community Table
You can also dine in the hotel’s The Community Table Restaurant & Bar’s inviting restaurant atmosphere that encourages community and wonderful conversations from 6:30 AM to 10:00 PM each day. The lounge, featuring a wide selection of award-winning craft beers and perfectly pairable boutique wines, is open daily from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM. So book your stay today! Outside the hotel, Emma Jean’s Holland Burger Café is a must-try and Route 66 icon since 1947.
Absorb Nature at Mojave Narrows Regional Park
Located just south of the city, alongside an old riverbed, is the 840-acre Mojave Narrows Regional Park. From lush plant growth to impressive strands of cottonwoods, not to mention more than 1,500 species of watchable wildlife, there is a lot of nature to be discovered. Fishermen love the park for its acres of waterways, while outdoor enthusiasts enjoy its equestrian trails, hiking trails, and disc golf course. Parents can capture photos as their children delight in playing on the playground, splash pad, or climbing rocks.
“About Victorville.” Victorville, California.
“The Story of Victorville.” Holiday Inn Victorville, September 3, 2020.