Hampton Inn & Suites Ridgecrest

Address: 104 E Sydnor Ave, Ridgecrest, California, 93555-5555, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 104 E Sydnor Ave, Ridgecrest, is near Maturango Museum, China Lake Naval Weapons Center, U.S. Naval Museum of Armament & Technology, and U.S. 395.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Ridgecrest

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Ridgecrest

        Sun, sea, snow, sequoias and sand

        A travel blog entry by grahamh on Mar 14, 2014

        16 photos

        ... the longest journey undertaken by any animal on Earth. Everything about Yosemite National Park was memorable. We stayed in a lodge complex just outside the park, which was very comfortable and we made use of the indoor pool where Emma tried to teach this flailing "poor little boy from cold, rainy England" how to swim like a (white) South African. I ended up cracking my head so ******* the side of the pool, whilst attempting an Underwater Universe Record ...

        Don't trust anyone

        A travel blog entry by cariverga on Nov 05, 2013

        10 photos

        ... 1089;о 90;ы полно и в други 93; стран 72;х, но тольк 86; в Амери 82;е она досяг 72;ема без излиш 85;их ...

        Snow, Oh No!

        A travel blog entry by eagle46 on Oct 22, 2012

        17 photos

        ... point the wife said the forecast for the mountains was for snow and the pass into the park may be closed. So with that news we headed out after breakfast hoping for the best.

        We finished the needed caches reasonably early in the day, and started making our way toward California and Yosemite. The drive into California was easy and uneventful. As we crossed into California we noticed that the tops of the ...

        Not seeing the forest for the trees.

        A travel blog entry by cobra1899 on Apr 18, 2010

        11 photos

        ... to even move and see what was going on outside. We seem to like to accentuate the negative instead of the positive. Why didn’t I arrive at the positive conclusion first? That it was only other campers arriving instead of the scenario that it was possibly thieves. What is it in our psyche that allows this?

        Friday morning I went for a "brief" dirt bike ride with Bill and the boys. My motorcycle riding gear was too heavy for the heat of the desert and ...

        Death Valley - A National Park too far?

        A travel blog entry by gissy on Mar 19, 2010

        9 photos

        We contemplated where too next. It was early Friday afternoon, Paul had just picked me up from the riding in Zion, which had been wonderful, so peaceful and beautiful and great to get right into the middle of it all, that's why I love horseback, walking is good too, but let the horse take the strain, its much more fun.....Unless you are afraid of horses that is!