Overall, the place was very nice. It was clean, the bed was comfortable and it was quiet in the room. The "typical" breakfast buffet (included in the price of the room) was actually a bit more tasty than other hotels at which I've stayed. The front desk people were personable and helpful. They got me right in to my room. The price of the room (total w/ all discounts and taxes) was $115 which I felt was a fair price.
Forty miles east of Los Angeles, Rancho Cucamonga is one of the largest cities in Southern California’s Inland Empire. Attractions include an Arnold Palmer–designed golf course, upscale shopping, and the Joseph Filippi Winery. The top-ranked Epicenter baseball stadium hosts the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. Just north of town, San Bernardino National Forest offers hiking, biking, and wildlife-watching.