Apr 19, 2019 - Apr 20, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Bakersfield is the gateway to outdoor sports and recreation in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The city is located in California's southern Central Valley, on the Kern River, north of Los Angeles. There is always something happening in Bakersfield for visitors to enjoy, with events and festivals such as year-round horse shows, the Kern County Basque Festival in May, and the March Meet drag racing event at Famoso Raceway in March. Explore the interesting museums, wide variety of dining options, the nightlife at clubs and theaters, or go river rafting for a day of exciting outdoor fun.
Plan your trip to this vibrant town using Skyscanner's hotel search to find cheap Bakersfield hotels. Whether you want to stay conveniently close to the California or Rosedale Ave. area adjacent to US Route 99 or prefer accommodation in the downtown or southwest section of town, there are Bakersfield hotels to suit your needs.
There is at least one highly rated, four-star hotel in Bakersfield: the Padre Hotel in the heart of Bakersfield's downtown section. This hotel is located within a short walking distance of the Fox Theater and the Kern County Museum. It's a great location for business travelers, with valet parking, daily newspapers, WiFi, and a fitness center. Room prices begin at $193 per night.
If you're visiting Bakersfield with your family, consider staying at the Doubletree By Hilton Bakersfield, which is just under two miles from downtown. The hotel offers babysitting services and free cookies. Breakfast is included beginning at $126 a night.
The Ramada Limited Bakersfield Central hotel is about two miles from the center of town. A free continental breakfast is served at this hotel, with babysitting services and an on-call physician available.
If you're seeking some of the least expensive accommodations without sacrificing comfort, check out the Ramada Limited Suites in Bakersfield, just off Highway 58 near West Park Community and within a short driving distance to Kern River. This Ramada has conference facilities and a business center, with a microwave oven, coffee maker and bottle water in each room. You'll love the location, with easy access to the freeway and many great restaurants in the area.
Another good value Bakersfield hotel is the Vagabond Inn Executive Bakersfield Downtowner. Rooms have a balcony and include WiFi and free parking. This hotel is in central Bakersfield, just off California Ave. and close to the McMurtrey Aquatric Center.
Look into renting a car in Bakersfield so you can take full advantage of all this city has to offer, including day trips to Sequoia National Forest.
I live here it's a great place to be. Close to the Sierra Nevada mountains, rivers, sequoias, and good people.
Bakersfield gets a lot of slack, but since I've been living here I've met many great friends. Sure it has some downs, but every city does. Great thing about Bakersfield is that it's in the middle of Cali so nothing is ever truly that far. Beach is 2 hours away, LA is 1 hour.
Bakersfield is one of the pass through towns on the 5. It can get really hot and dry in the middle of California. It's nice enough for a pit stop though.
Bakersfield is my birthplace! I can't say much about Bakersfield other than it is a city in California that doesn't have a beach, wine country, or redwoods...meaning there isn't much you really need to see here.