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Hotels in Ontario
A wide choice of mid-range hotels in Ontario places visitors in the heart of city, providing all the convenience of a central location at great-value rates. Enjoy a stay at the popular 3.5-star Ontario Grand Inn & Suites, centrally located just minutes away from the bustling stores, cafés, and restaurants of the Ontario Mills shopping mall. Saving your pennies? Budget hotels in Ontario are both plentiful and pocket-friendly. Great-value deals are available at the Fairfield Inn by Marriott Ontario, ideally situated in the city’s entertainment district. Here you’ll find the best of Ontario’s hotspots, from shopping to water skiing, right on your doorstep.
Things to see in Ontario
Shopping aficionados will be spoiled for choice at the Ontario Mills mall, which is jam-packed with a variety of stores ranging from bargain outlets to high-end boutiques. With a food court, a movie theater with a giant IMAX screen, and a dazzling array of shopping opportunities, it’s the perfect spot to while away a day. Thrill seekers will enjoy zooming around the tracks at K1 Speed, a racetrack experience that will leave your adrenaline pumping. Culture vultures can learn about Ontario’s rich history and traditions at the Museum of History and Art, before stopping to sample local wines at the family-owned San Antonio Winery. For a dinner date with a difference, end your day at the Dinner Detective Murder Mystery show, a nationwide favorite. Watch an entertaining murder mystery unfold as you dine, with witty puzzles providing food for thought.
Good for families
Ontario is the perfect destination for a fun family trip, as it’s packed with awesome things to see and do. A prime example is the Scandia Amusement Park, which promises an entertaining day out for the whole family. Kids can get their pulses racing on the many thrilling rides, bumper boats, and two mini-golf courses on offer, and when you’ve all worked up an appetite, you can take advantage of the park’s on-site restaurants and picnic area. Give the grown-ups a treat with a trip to the historic Graber Olive House, the United States’ oldest operating olive packer. Take a tour of the quaint, family-run property, try a few delectable samples, and pick up an elegant gift basket as a souvenir.
How to get to Ontario
LA/Ontario International Airport is located just 2 miles east of downtown Ontario, and is served by a number of public and private transfer options to take you into the city. If you’ve got heavy luggage in tow, simply jump in a cab and enjoy door-to-door service from the airport to your downtown Ontario hotel in less than 15 minutes. Amtrak, Metrolink, and Omnitrans service run daily, and the city is connected to the Greater Los Angeles area by train, metro, and bus. The efficient public transport network makes getting around Ontario a breeze, so you can relax and enjoy the best that this lively city has to offer.