Motel 6 Hesperia
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Motel 6 Hesperia
Travel Blogs from Hesperia
... to our cruising the country, to the topic of a phone call Casey just received from our daughter who was just threatened by the grandmother of one of her Ex-Students.
He bids us farewell and I ask about the monetary damages. He informs me that he has NEVER taken a payment for patching a tire. Yea, right. I try the old trick of palming some cash and shaking his hand and he sees it, retracts his hand, the bill falls to the ground. I pick it ...
... section. Bastow hardly showed any homage for the old Route 66. We saw the old famous El Rancho hotel and Rosita's diner, but otherwise it was run down and scruffy being sparse of anything to see. We travelled thru boring Bastow and the Mohave desert on the roller coaster road into Oro Grande with its big silver bridge over the Mohave river. We stopped in at Victorville Route 66 museum, where Bill was most informative and had come from Ipswich in 1977. There were a lot of ...
... were fantastic and you felt like you should take a picture on every corner of the road. On the other side it is not so attractive as the hills are scarred with a hundred years or so of mining. But the main street of Oatman (there really is only ONE street) looked just like it did in the old days, I guess, as it had been kept faithfully accurate for the tourists, complete with the current generation of donkeys or asses roaming the streets. (I think the ...
From Daughter – This morning was the most relaxed that I have been in ages. I don't think that I realized how stressful it has been these last few months to locate an RV to buy, get a loan, find insurance, research extended warranties and towing coverage, etc… Then add in a 3,000 mile drive across the county and learning everything about the RV, and I guess in hindsight, it’s no surprise that ...
... and pumping plants. Another display illustrates the "big" tools that were used to construct the nation's largest state-built water and power development system. Then picture yourself at the bottom of the 444-mile long California Aqueduct.
The next room contains a timeline of California's history of water events plus you can take "flight" over the entire length of the State Water Project via video.
The subject of water is not complete without understanding ...