Best Western Plus InnSuites Ontario Airport/Rancho Cucamonga/LA Hotel & Suites
Tourist Information for our Ontario Hotel Guests
Today, Ontario is a growing city with more than 170,000 residents in one of the largest and fastest growing counties in the nation.
The city is well on its way to being the Global Gateway in Southern California with 3.8 million square feet of office space under development, and Ontario is home to the 15th largest cargo airport in North America.
The Ontario area is also the apex of three major freeways, making access to other popular Southern California attractions easy to reach.
Under an hour from Ontario are mountain ski resorts, fresh-water fishing lakes, Pacific beaches, wineries, day spas, desert cities, world-class golfing, Disneyland and Hollywood; truly making Ontario the center of it all!
Get ready for a day of fun and adventure!
BEST WESTERN InnSuites is the perfect gateway to the exciting array of attractions and activities in Southern California.
Ontario Mills Mall, Hollywood, Universal Studios, Magic Mountain, Disneyland, Southern California beaches, desert and mountain fun.
Ontario’s central location allows for easy accessibility via major freeways and more than 100 daily nonstop flights from major U.S. cities to Ontario International Airport (ONT) serving the greater Los Angeles area.
Our convenient location is just minutes from most of the area attractions including shopping, golf courses, sporting events as well as major business districts making our hotel an excellent choice for the Inland Empire business traveler or the leisure guest.
Below we have chosen a few things that will help you out during your stay with us.
Enjoy all that Southern California has to offer!
Some of Southern California’s favorite attractions include:
LA Zoo, San Diego Zoo, Sea World, Lego Land, Temecula Hot Air Balloons, Knott’s Berry Farm, Hollywood, Beverly Hills (Rodeo Drive), Newport Beach, Venice Beach, Laguna Beach, Redondo Beach, Long Beach Aquarium, Catalina Islands, Six Flags Magic Mountain and of course—Disneyland!
7000 Merrill Avenue
Chino, CA 91710
Ph. (909) 597-3722
Founded in 1957, The Air Museum Planes of Fame is dedicated to preserving aviation history for the benefit of future generations. Currently, The Air Museum displays aircraft spanning the history of manned flight, from a replica of the Chanute Hang Glider of 1896, through modern space flight, and includes numerous milestone-achieving test and research flight vehicles.
2024 Orange Tree Lane
Redlands, CA 92374
Ph. (909) 307-2669
The San Bernardino County Museum, in Redlands, California, is a regional museum with exhibits and collections in cultural and natural history. Special exhibits, the Exploration Station live animal discovery center, extensive research collections, and public programs for adults, families, students, and children are all part of the museum experience.
Chaffey Community Museum of Art
12467 Baseline Road
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Ph. (909) 463-3733
Historical Glass Museum
1157 N. Orange Street
Redlands, CA 92374
Ph. (909) 798-0868
Museum of History & Art
225 S. Euclid Avenue
Ontario, CA 91762
Ph. (909) 983-3198
Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum
1101 W. McKinley Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768
Ph. (909) 622-2133
The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens opened on November 28, 1966.
The Zoo is home to more than 1,100 mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles representing more than 250 different species of which 29 are endangered.
In addition, the Zoo’s botanical collection comprises several planted gardens and over 800 different plant species with over 7,400 individual plants.
The Zoo receives over 1.5 million visitors per year and is owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles.
The daily management of the Zoo is overseen by Zoo Director John R. Lewis.
The Zoo is credited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).
Size: 133 acres
Location: 5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, CA. 90027 – Griffith Park at the intersection of the Golden State (5) and Ventura (134) freeways
Campo Gorilla Reserve is a new habitat that is home to seven western lowland gorillas. Zoo visitors walk along a forested pathway for views of two separate troops of gorillas, a family and a bachelor group, living among waterfalls and lush plants. Glassed viewing areas and planted moats are all that separates Zoo guests from the largest primate in the world.
Sea Life Cliffs is part of the new front entry complex. This replica of California’s rocky coast is home to a group of harbor seals. The habitat features two deep saltwater pools, rocky coves, above and below water viewing locations and a seating area for visitors to observe the seals.
Australia is home to the Zoo’s koalas. These marsupials (not bears) are displayed in the Australia section of the L.A. Zoo. The Zoo is fortunate in being one of only a handful that can provide an abundance of the appropriate eucalyptus tree species needed to feed the koalas. The koalas share two separate habitats with kangaroos, wallabies and echidnas.
Chimpanzees of Mahale Mountains is lauded by world-renown primatologist Jane Goodall as one of the finest zoo habitats. This one-acre habitat is home to one of the largest troops of chimpanzees in the United States. It is designed to resemble the native environment of Tanzania’s Mahale Mountains in Africa and is unique in size and scope complete with mountainous rock formations, waterfalls and streams, palm trees and soft green grass. The facility also features a chimpanzee penthouse with heated bedrooms for the apes and an outdoor playground that has a jungle gym.
Red Ape Rain Forest is a multi-level tropical habitat where visitors can walk among orangutans and be immersed in a Southeast Asian rain forest of 20-foot-tall bamboo, fruit, and ficus trees. The main viewing area is a large platform that allows Zoo guests to view these arboreal apes as they climb to canopy level.
Dragons of Komodo is home to a pair of Komodo dragons, the world’s largest lizard. The habitat design depicts the native environment on islands off the coast of Indonesia.
Winnick Family Children’s Zoo gives kids the opportunity to explore a cave, a desert trail or watch for prairie dogs through specially designed pop-up bubbles.
Unique Animals: Sumatran tiger, Visayan warty pigs, yellow footed rock wallaby, Cape griffon vulture, Chacoan peccary, snow leopard, mandrill, okapi, mountain tapir, Coquerel’s sifaka and one of the largest flocks of flamingos in any zoo in the world. Although not on display, the Zoo is also heavily involved with the conservation of California condors.
Future Exhibits: Elephants of Asia (2010), The LAIR (Living Amphibians, Invertebrates, and Reptiles) facility (2011), Rainforest of the Americas (2012).
Hours: 10:00am to 5:00pm daily, closed December 25
Admission: General Admission: Adults, $14.00 – Children (2-12), $9.00, under 2 free – Senior Citizens (62 and older) $11.00
Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) member: Free
Information: (323) 644-4200 or click here for our Frequently Asked Questions.
Ben Bollinger’s Candlelight Pavilion
455 W. Foothill Boulevard
Claremont, CA 91711
Ph. (909) 626-1254
Today’s Candlelight Pavilion Dinner Theater provides patrons with a theatrical experience the caliber of shows in downtown LA without the freeway or parking dilemmas. Gourmet food prepared by the executive chef and served by his formal wait staff ranks the Candlelight Pavilion Dinner Theater as a fine food restaurant that rivals any fine dining establishment.
4900 E. 4th Street
Ontario, CA 91764
One Mills Circle, Suite 1
Ontario, CA 91764
Ph. (909) 484-3000
1135 N. Church Street
Redlands, CA 92374
Ph. (909) 335-3037
BEST WESTERN InnSuites Ontario Hotel & Suites is a perfect gateway to San Diego.
Driving about 1 hour south of Ontario is San Diego, California.
San Diego is renowned for its idyllic climate, 70 miles of pristine beaches and a dazzling array of world-class family attractions.
Popular attractions include the world-famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, Sea World San Diego and LEGOLAND California.
San Diego offers an expansive variety of things to see and do, appealing to guests of all ages from around the world.
In San Diego’s East County, the terrain varies from gentle foothills to mile-high mountains and the historic mining town, Julian, down to the 600,000-acre Anza Borrego Desert State Park, offering nature-conscious visitors endless opportunities to hike, camp, fish, observe wildlife and much more.
In San Diego’s North County, the agricultural community produces quantities of flowers and magnificent produce.
Wine growers are also making a mark by growing and harvesting quality grapes that become excellent wines, which are served at some of the most elegant restaurants and resorts in the region.
Along the west, 70 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline not only supports year-round outdoor recreation, such as surfing, boating, sailing and swimming, but also important scientific research at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
To the south, it’s a whole different country, Mexico, featuring its own cultural offerings in various towns along the border and coastline, including Tijuana, Rosarito and Ensenada.
San Diego’s arts and culture and culinary arts are booming.
The hottest, new culinary arts talents prepare award-winning meals throughout the regions 6,400 eating establishments.
Balboa Park, the largest urban cultural park in the U.S., is home to 15 museums, numerous art galleries, beautiful gardens, the Tony Award-winning The Globe Theatres and the world-famous San Diego Zoo.
San Diego County also features 92 golf courses and a variety of exciting participatory and spectator sports, beachfront resorts and luxury spas, gaming, a dynamic downtown district, annual special events and unique holiday offerings, multicultural festivals and celebrations, colorful neighborhoods and communities, a rich military history and much more.