Hotel at a Glance: Aloft Ontario-Rancho Cucamonga
Visitors to Aloft Ontario-Rancho Cucamonga are surrounded by the beautiful San Gabriel Mountains outside and colorful, contemporary decor inside. Funky purple couches and an ultramodern fireplace entice guests to relax in the lounge. Nearby, a communal pool table sparks friendly competition, and happy-hour specials and live music at W XYZ Bar create a festive atmosphere.
- Complimentary shuttle: Get anywhere within a 7-mile radius of the hotel with ease.
- Take a dip in the swimming pool, which is open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. each day.
- Gourmet snack station: The onsite Re:fuel is stocked with snacks and sandwiches as well as make-your-own cappuccinos.
- Kid friendly: Kids aged 2–12 are welcomed by camp Aloft, which provides special bedding to help get them settled.
Rancho Cucamonga, California: Gateway to SoCal Adventure and the Pacific Crest Trail
The Pacific Crest Trail is one of the most famous hiking trails in the United States, stretching 2,650 miles from California's border with Mexico to Washington's border with Canada. As it winds through the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Range mountains, it makes a stop near the Southern California adventure hub of Rancho Cucamonga. With nearly 300 days of sunshine per year, Rancho Cucamonga make a solid base for exploring the great outdoors. Aside from its proximity to the Pacific Crest Trail, it's home to more than 150 miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails and more than 25 parks. Mount San Antonio (better known as Mount Baldy) watches over the town below and makes a popular skiing destination in cooler temperatures.
In town, visitors can explore local history at historic homes such as the John Rains House, formerly known as the Cucamonga Rancho and the source of the town's name. The Auto Club Speedway welcomes exciting NASCAR races, and Cucamonga Valley vineyards produce varietals ranging from raspberry sparkling wine to rich sherries.