Welcome to Super 8 Hospitality Lane

Welcome to Super 8 San Bernardino/Hospitality Lane. The motel is easily accessible from Interstate 10 east and west.

The Super 8 offers a SuperStart breakfast every morning, has an outdoor swimming pool and guest laundry. All the guestrooms have Free High Speed Internet, microwaves, refrigerators, hair dryers, alarm clock radios, 25 inch TVs with cable and HBO. We do allow pets for a fee of 9.00 USD per pet per night.

There is an IHOP restaurant next to the Super 8. Make your reservations today and we look forward to seeing you soon.

San Bernardino is located in the heart of Southern California, nestled at the base of local mountain resorts and at the crossroads of the I-215 and I-10 Freeways. Visitors will enjoy San Bernardinos historic city with exciting year-round events, cultural activities and entertainment.

San Bernardino is home to year-round sports such as the Class A affiliate of Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the Inland Empire 66ers, and the Western Region Little League Tournament.

The historic California Theatre of Performing Arts in downtown San Bernardino features Broadway plays, musicals and cultural shows from the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra.

For a large variety of restaurants, cuisine, hotel and motel accommodations and shopping, visit Hospitality Lane, off the Waterman exit from the I-10 Freeway.

For Las Vegas-style dining, gaming and entertainment in one place, San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino has just what you're looking for and much more.

Free Continental Breakfast
Free High Speed Internet
Pets Allowed
Pool
Truck/Bus Parking
24 hour Front Desk
Laundry
Cable TV with HBO
Microwave and Fridge
Hair Dryer
Clock Radio
Pet Friendly Rooms

Activities : Each September, more than 500,000 spectators and 2100 vintage automobiles gather in this Southern California town (along famed Route 66) for the Rendezvous, an event that breathes new life into the "sleepy bedroom community" 60 miles east of LA and 110 miles northeast of San Diego. However, as savvy travelers are learning, San Bernardino deserves more than an annual fly-by since the city is within a short driving distance of the Pacific Ocean, scenic desert areas, dramatic mountain peaks, the bright lights of Vegas, and everything from Sunset Strip and Rodeo Drive to Palm Springs and Disneyland.

Airport : San Bernardino International Airport The San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) allows for Stage 2 aircraft and has over 60,000 annual flight operations comprised mainly of charter, corporate and general aviation users. The Airport has recently completed a redesigned Passenger Terminal Facility in anticipation of future passenger airlines services. For scheduled and charter aircraft, or for more information regarding new charter or passenger flights, please contact the Airport at (909) 382-4100

Attractions : The San Bernardino area is rich in history, much of which is preserved in local museums and historic sites. Whether you prefer natural history or the decorative arts, you'll find a place to explore in the San Bernardino area.

Attractions2 : Orange Show Speedway General Admisson $15.00 - excludes Special event nights

Casinos : San Manuel Bingo is home to the unlimited jackpot. Players pick 8 numbers between 1 and 75 for each card they want to play. If they catch all 8 numbers in 20 calls or less they win the posted jackpot prize for that session. Players play for two consolation prizes of $1,000 each if the jackpot is not hit.

Dining : The best thing about San Bernardino dining is that it's hard to nail down just one flavor for which we are known. While traditional West Coast flavors rule, Mexican, European, Chinese, Spanish and Italian restaurants in Riverside are always taking their creations to the next level.
You'll find local dining scene legends who have been serving the city with flavors for generations, and street corner cafes where waitresses know the regulars by name. On the other hand, new dining landmarks are constantly being crowned, so there are always new restaurants in San Bernardino, California offering fresh flavors.

City Government : San Bernardino is located in the heart of Southern California, nestled at the base of local mountain resorts and at the crossroads of the I-215 and I-10 Freeways. Visitors will enjoy San Bernardino's historic city with exciting year-round events, cultural activities and entertainment.

Hospitals : St. Bernardine Medical Center For more than 75 years, St. Bernardine Medical Center has provided compassionate, quality health care to our Inland Southern California community. While our technology and medical expertise remain on the forefront of innovation, it is our dedication to our patients and to our surrounding community that truly sets us apart. It is our promise to always be there when you need us. Welcome !

Shopping : Area Shopping Malls Carousel Mall
295 Carousel Mall, San Bernardino (909) 384-5254 / Inland Center Mall Over 90 stores, including Macy's, Sears, and Harris-Gottschalks. Inland Center Drive, San Bernardino (909) 884-7268/Web site: www.inlandcenter.com

University Colleges :University of Phoenix San Bernardino Learning Center Attend University of Phoenix in San Bernardino, California Those who live and work in San Bernardino in Southern California have access to the San Bernardino Learning Center, where they can integrate higher education with their busy lives. The San Bernardino Learning Center is a University of Phoenix location. University of Phoenix in California offers a variety of degree programs at the associate's, bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels in a variety of fields, from business and technology to health care and education. For more than 30 years, University of Phoenix has been dedicated to providing working adults with access to higher education opportunities.

City of Redlands Redlands – known in 1900 as “The City of Millionaires,” and later as “The City of Beautiful Homes” – welcomes you! Founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1888, Redlands is a quintessential “big town” with a “small town” feel. For much of its history, it was the “Washington Navel Orange Growing Capital of the World,” with the citrus industry as the main focus of its economy. Through the years the economy may have changed, but that special feeling of community in a small town hasn't. This is clear as you take a look around Redlands. Tree-lined State Street is still comprised primarily of beautiful historic buildings and locally-owned shops and boutiques. Some of its most famous buildings, like A.K. Smiley Public Library, a Moorish-style library built in 1898, and the Redlands Bowl

City of Riverside: When staying overnight in Riverside, you're bound to get more than just a good night's rest. Whether you're on a business trip, vacationing with the family, or escaping for a romantic getaway, Riverside offers lodging experiences ranging from historic and charming to modern and classy. With more than a dozen hotels and 550 rooms within walking distance and 800 more rooms just a short drive from downtown, Riverside has a hotel room waiting for you. The newly renovated Riverside Marriott displays the touch of Southern California flair. The famous Mission Inn Hotel and Spa may be one of the nation's most unique hotels. This National Historic Landmark Hotel encompasses a full city block of downtown Riverside and features authentic Spanish architecture, restaurants, a museum, and luxurious spa. During the city's famous Festival of Lights event, you can even find a neighboring ice skating rink.

Banning Chamber of Commerce : “The Banning Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting a vibrant business environment by cooperative interaction among business, government and community.”

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