BEST WESTERN PLUS Hilltop Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Hilltop Inn Redding
Pros: pet friendly, room doesn't smell like smoke(cuz most pet friendly places do), nice restaurant attached (like one that locals go to), and a hot tub (a must after the long ride).
Cons: no room service (so get off your lazy butt!! ;) ), right next to highway....(zoom, zoom.....zoooom, those are the cars and big rigs going by...every 5 secs, but they can't do much about that)
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TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Hilltop Inn Redding
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- After a nice day at SOU we made our way back home.
- On the way down into California we stopped to Mt. Shasta national forest.
- It is one of the world's largest and most impressive stratovolcanoes.
- We camp out here for the ...
- Traveled about 2 hours and 30 minutes my brother found out that he needed to go to the bathroom break
- While my brother was gone to the restroom I had brought some more water, top noodles, and Cheetos for $10.25.
- Also, spent $29.93 for gas.
Traveled from El Dorado Hills, California to Redding, California
- Stopped at Redding 11:10 a.m. and left at 11:30 a.m.
- I stopped at Arco gas station
- The bathrooms were not too nice, but they were decent
- Bought a water bottle, chips and beef jerky but I was not too hungry because of my big breakfast
- Food Costs: $4.50
- Gas Costs: $37.27
... us for a little longer before heading north to where it begins at the lake/dam near Whiskeytown. Where would you want to live in CA with a neat town name...WEED, COOL or WHISKEYTOWN??
Midway in our trip to Redding the landscape changed. Gone are the tall green trees and lush ground covering and back is the rockier hills, brown grasses and short trees and of course HEAT. We got a few more quick views of Mt. Shasta on our way ...
... around us were safe and careful as they passed our car. We also got to drive through some of the college campuses in the area on our way to the 101, which were as beautiful as you can imagine; lots of greenery (har har) everywhere. Outside of the Bay Area, we took a scenic route through Napa and Sonoma to check out wine country. Even though the season has long passed, the miles of vineyards on gently rolling hills was worth the extra drive. We stopped over at ...