Two miles from Santa Fe Springs, Econo Lodge Pico Rivera offers free covered parking, non-smoking rooms, and complimentary breakfast to make sure that your next trip to L.A. is comfortable and enjoyable. Located...
The rooms of Guesthouse Inn & Suites are designed to provide comfort and restful sleep throughout your stay. Located on Telegraph Road, the hotel is a short drive from Santa Fe Springs. Staples Center, Dodgers...
A mile from both the 5 and 605 Freeways, just outside Santa Fe Springs, Rivera Hotel offers clean rooms, comfortable furnishings, and free Wi-Fi for affordable prices. Numerous restaurants, stores, and parks are...

Stay in the Heart of Action with Santa Fe Springs Hotels

As one of the official Gateway Cities of Los Angeles County, Santa Fe Springs places a wealth of Southern California attractions just a short drive away. The location is ideal for both business and leisure travelers.  With 19 park sites within the city and over 100 acres of recreation space, there are plenty of ways to enjoy your stay at hotels near Santa Fe Springs CA.

Santa Fe Springs Attractions

With roots in the 1920’s California oil boom, Santa Fe Springs features a number of historical and cultural attractions. The Hathaway Ranch Museum offers a look into the past during the transition from ranching to oil harvesting and onward to the industrial center it is today. Heritage Park highlights the daily lives of the Tongva Native American tribe indigenous to the area, as well as train exhibits and a historical ranch home. The city also features a number of parks and greenways to get out and enjoy the warm California weather. You can also head into Hollywood to look for stars.

Dining and More Just Outside Your Door

Sante Fe Springs offers a great selection of shopping and dining destinations to enjoy during your stay in hotels near Santa Fe Springs CA. Birdnest Restaurant serves authentic Chinese and Thai fare. Pescado Mojado features a wide range of the fresh seafood and Latin-infused flavors for which Southern California is famous. For something simple yet delectable, the Sandwich Box is known for its massive sandwiches and homemade soups.

If you’re into shopping, the Santa Fe Springs Swap Meet features more than 600 vendors selling handmade crafts, antiques, and more. Plus, there are many food trucks waiting to fill your stomach. If you’re planning to spend the day, be sure to bring comfortable footwear. Weekends often feature live music and entertainment. Admission ranges from free to a couple of dollars to provide an affordable way to spend the day taking in the sights.