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Ramada Inn Mission De Oro: Mission Style Bell Tower Right Near the Freeway

Gustine (also known as Santa Nella) is one of the I-5 truck stop towns with a few corporate style restaurants, gas stations, a couple hotels, and little more. All the businesses are within a stones throw of the freeway, and so the naturally gusty wind combines with the din of the traffic for a less than desireable climate for tourism. There is a massive suburban development ongoing a little further away from the freeway that has more established town businesses. Many of the residents of these homes commute through the Pacheco Pass to San Jose for work in the high tech industry there, while the rest are engaged in corporate farm related industry of the great central valley. In any case, the Ramada is down a tree lined entrance and is distinctive for the Mission style bell tower. I haven't stayed there, but like the other hotels in the area should be smartly run, and ideally not terribly expensive.

Ramada is a good corporate provider and this hotel has 161 rooms with all the amenities commonly found in a decent motor hotel, and its has corporate conference facilities, a swimming pool and spa, and other such services for those staying more than a day. Interestingly, it also has a chapel and advertises itself for weddings. I wouldn't bother book ahead though, unless a late night arrival is expected. The place has probably never been fully booked.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Road Trip, Business Travel, Family Travel
  • Written July 6, 2006
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