You should consider staying in Quality Inn & Suites Silicon Valley, which is around 1.4 miles away from this landmark. Woodcrest Hotel is a 3-star choice that is only 25 minutes' walk from Peace Lutheran Church.
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Candlewood Suites Silicon Valley/San Jose is an elegant hotel that will put you less than a 5-minute walk from Santa Clara Caltrain railroad station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If it's your first time visiting Santa Clara, consider staying at Surestay Plus By Best Western Santa Clara Silicon Valley in downtown area, you can also check out Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Santa Clara not far from Universal Child Statue.
To explore the city's natural scenery, consider booking a hotel near Universal Child Statue, such as Best Western University Inn Santa Clara that is a 5 minutes' walk away and set next to a valley and parks. Stay at Madison Street Inn, which features free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a picnic area and is about a 15-minute walk from De Saisset Museum.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Santa Clara
Travelers in search of a touch of luxury, should think of one of the 3 upscale hotels, such as Hilton Santa Clara, which features free self-parking, a tennis court and an outdoor swimming pool as well as views of the city. Travelers searching for boutique hotels in Santa Clara can opt for Hotel Stratfordor Biltmore Hotel And Suites. Chain hotel you might consider is Hotel E Real, within walking distance of California's Great America, featuring 199US$.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Travelers looking for good-quality B&B accommodation in Santa Clara will be happy with Centrally Located 2B Close To Silicon Valley and Global Luxury Suites At Agnew Road. If you travel with your family and want to choose from hotels closest to South Bay Historical Railroad Society, try Embassy Suites Santa Clara - Silicon Valley or Avatar Hotel, A Joie De Vivre Hotel. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the street, we offer to pick Granada Inn near Santa Clara Church of Christ, which is a popular resort in Santa Clara.
City Guide: Discover the best of Santa Clara
SANTA CLARA is Che Guevara's City.
Prepared to kill for “New Cuba”, young lieutenant Ernesto Che Guevara aimed to capture the city of Santa Clara. This placed the city at the center of bloodshed and introduced it to the pages of history as the home of one of the largest of revolutionary battles - the Battle of Santa Clara.
You can place yourself in the very heart of historic events in Santa Clara on your stay there. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Santa Clara to luxury one all available at Booked.net. Check out our offers with maps, photos and secure forms.
The victory at Santa Clara contributed to more than Ché Guevara's reputation as a military genius, but shaped the entire city around his personality. Today Santa Clara houses a mausoleum with the remains of Che Guevarakilled in 1967 during the Bolivia campaign.
Other attractions include;
Mission Santa Clara de Asis, a historic mission founded in 1777
California's Great America, a theme park of Santa Clara with the best water rides
The De Saisset Museum, a home to historic relics of the Santa Clara and art collections from ancient to modern
From its very early years Santa Clara was developed for its strategic location. The city is at the gateway to all of Cuba, so on a visit to Santa Clara, you see all this country has to offer. Today Santa Clara sits at the main highway in the area and features an excellent railroad infrastructure. In addition to modern connections, the city earned the role of college town with the la Universidad Central de las Villas.
It means the city brims with fun opportunities, so it will keep you occupied with its colonial architecture of Remedios and sandy beaches of la Cayería del Norte. If you are a night owl then there are plenty of things to do from bar-hopping, clubbing and watching sunsets in the unparalleled Cuban environment.
In Santa Clara you should pay attention to more than its cultural flavor, this city is the capital of Villa Clara province with about 250,000 people living in it. In recent years a few processing plants arrived in the area that making Santa Clara full of both business and culture.
Whether you like this city for its modern outlook or special relation to Ché Guevara, Santa Clara can become unforgettable experience with Booked.net.