Capital Suites Hotel

Address: 545 E Hobson Way, Blythe, California, 92225, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 545 E Hobson Way, Blythe, is near Giant Desert Figures, Hauser Geode Beds, and Opal Hill Mine.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Capital Suites Hotel Blythe

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Blythe

A relaxing couple of weeks

A travel blog entry by batttravels on Feb 12, 2015

4 comments, 35 photos

... warm or working out early in the morning and being warm. I loved the pools and Rusty loved the hot tub. I found the hot tubs to hot……damn menopause.

We just spent a week in Blythe CA. We were right on the Colorado river. It was so relaxing. Think there is a theme here…..relaxing. I guess we are doing retirement right.

There wasn’t really much to do here so it was great to have a place where we just relaxed along the river. ...

Turn Around Point, Ehrenberg, Arizona

A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Nov 10, 2014

15 photos

... were some 75 grave sites, placed within a barren area and fenced in with barbed wire. Rocks were piled on the length and width of each grave. Some had wooded markers, but most didn't have anything to identify the grave's occupant. This barren, solemn place left me with a feeling eerily different and apart from any other burial site I've visited. I felt a true reverence for those buried there.


The Road to Blythe, CA

A travel blog entry by peedeedog on Jan 19, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

Hi Everyone,

We drove a whopping 17 miles today to get here in Blythe, CA but that was our intention, we wanted full hook ups to get ready for the next boon docking site.

The weather today was sort of weird, cloudy, but no rain and we had some beautiful sunsets tonight because of all the clouds. Blythe looks like a nice town, maybe a little larger than Junction City, OR. We ...

A little dry camping never hurt...or does it?

A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Dec 04, 2013

1 comment, 36 photos

... structure was one of theirs during their training years here. Interesting! She also told us that you can still find shell casings up there. So off we went that afternoon to see this up close. It turned out that there were two stone buildings up there. One is disrepair, the other still intact except for windows and doors. There are a lot of trails and old roads up there and the 4-wheelers have a blast around there and you can see signs of people camping ...

Winter City in the Desert

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Jan 15, 2013

... also known as "boondocking", where there is no electrical, sewer or water hookups. RV'ers must be self-contained in all respects, in order to live in such conditions.

While we were there, the overnight temperatures dropped to the low 20's, which is really unusual for the area.

The scene described really isn't our lifestyle, so we were glad to depart and head on to our next destination.