Rialto

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Hotels in Rialto

Rialto Accommodations (2)
Americas Best Value Inn - Rialto

Americas Best Value Inn - Rialto

2.50 22 reviews

425 West Foothill Blvd., Rialto, United States

Valley View Inn Rialto

Valley View Inn Rialto

1.50 3 reviews

2042 West Valley Boulevard, Rialto, United States

Travel Blogs from Rialto

Rialto Travel Blogs (12)
Rialto to Ventura, California  Day 16, Rialto, United States travel blog

Rialto to Ventura, California Day 16

A travel blog entry by kacey13

12

We left Rialto with only 73 miles to go until the end of Rt. 66. Along the way we saw: Cucamonga Service Station, built in 1910, in Rancho Cucamonga. Magic Lamp Inn, a 1957 restaurant with "Arabian Nights" decor in Rancho Cucamonga, with a neon sign on ...

Beautiful sunset @ Rialto Beach in NW WA, Rialto Beach, United States travel blog

Beautiful sunset @ Rialto Beach in NW WA

A travel blog entry by lettinggo

7

After dinner @ the campground decided to drive 2 miles just in time for the sunset and it was a beautiful one against the Pacific Ocean. ...

Las Vegas to Rialto, Rialto, United States travel blog

Las Vegas to Rialto

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose

51

... as well as being the birthplace of Hells Angels motorcycle club. As we met the Route 66 road again and travelled thru town, at Rialto border the Wigwam motel appeared on the horizon with a circle of wigwams coming into view. We of course pulled in to try ...

Moving Again - Sunnymead & Rialto, Rialto, United States travel blog

Moving Again - Sunnymead & Rialto

A travel blog entry by bobchrisvp

While still assigned to March AFB, we moved twice within a 1 year period after moving back to the States. Sunnymead is a small suburb of Moreno Valley, CA that doesn't even qualify for a map point of its own it is so small, and Rialto is where ...

Attractions in Rialto

Rialto Attractions (1)
Wigwam Motel

Wigwam Motel

4.50

2728 W. Foothill Blvd., Rialto, California, United States

The Wigwam Motel is a famous Route 66 Landmark which began in the early 1930's by Frank Redford, the founder. The chain was best known for its unique wigwam village construction and modern amenities. The California Wigwam Motel was built in1949 and was the last of 7 to have been built. The roadside landmark draws international and national tourists who drive over 2400 miles to gain the experience of the famous Historic Route 66 way!