Hampton Inn and Suites Arcata
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?
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
Photos of Hampton Inn and Suites Arcata
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn and Suites Arcata
Travel Blogs from Arcata
Men outside our door at 6:00 in the morning woke me up. I put on my noise canceling ear buds and tried to go back to sleep. Not successfully. My alarm went off at 7:45 and nobody paid attention to it. Finally at 8:00 we got up and showered.
We went over to the cafe and ate breakfast and discussed the plans for the day. We packed up and …
... I'm actually running out of words that mean awesome here aren't I? Ha.
Well, I thought the trees I had seen were big but some of these were just ridiculous. I mean, I can't even describe how massive they are, in height and circumference. I went on one of the hiking trails in the park which took me a couple of hours. Most of the time it was absolutely silent besides the sound of little furries running around in the undergrowth, leaves falling from the trees and the ...
... as this is an out-of-the-way attraction for the locals.
We pushed Katie over a cliff, but she hung on by her fingernails (see photo) and survived to drive us back to her place for a pulled pork supper which has been in the crock pot all day.
When we pulled into her driveway, she found a beautiful bouquet of flowers on her doorstep, the sender, still unnamed.
A wonderful beginning to another week of the trip across the country...and ...
... state run.
We drive a short ways and reach the Oregon - California border and are surprised to find out that all cars entering California have to stop at an agricultural border check. They just ask us if we are carrying any fruit or vegetables. We tell ...
... 50 miles away from Eureka where we plan to sell the bikes and trailer before making our way to Arizona. It's been a really challenging but rewarding three weeks: we've cycled 700miles with low performance bikes, camped every night in a new place nearly every day, washed our own clothes and made all our own food apart from one portion of chips ;) hardcore!! Along the way though we have laughed a lot, revelled in the thrill of trying something new and being able to ...