Old Town Temecula is a charming attraction where history meets modern-day charm. Whether you're seeking a cozy retreat or an adventure-filled getaway, Old Town will not disappoint. Here's your expert guide on where to stay and what to do in this vibrant corner of Temecula Valley.  

Stay in Old Town: 

Best Western Plus offers comfort and convenience. After a day of exploring the historic streets unwind in their modern rooms equipped with all the amenities you need for a relaxing stay.  

Palomar Inn Hotel is a historic boutique hotel built in 1927 with six guestrooms (sleeps 12) and two shared restrooms. This property is only available as an entire hotel rental.   

Hotel Temecula provides a step back in time at this historic landmark dating back to 1883. The hotel provides shared restrooms. There are no ADA accessible rooms due to the historic architecture.  

Motel 6 offers affordable accommodations with easy access to Old Town's shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. Located next to Temecula Valley Museum and Sam Hick’s Monument Park. 

Rancho California Inn is a budget-friendly, small motel, a short walk away from Temecula Valley Museum, Sam Hicks Monument Park and Saturday’s Farmers’ Market.  

Rodeway Inn is an affordable option located on the south end of Old Town, just across the street from Temecula Stampede.  

Stay Just a Short Walk Away: 

Embassy Suites offers spacious suites with separate living areas and a complimentary evening reception in the lobby. Not far from the local culture or delicious dining experiences in Old Town. 

Hampton Inn provides comfortable accommodations and exceptional service. You’ll appreciate their well-appointed rooms and complimentary amenities, including free Wi-Fi and a hot breakfast.  

Springhill Suites is the perfect blend of style and comfort. Ideal for both business and leisure travelers, this hotel offers spacious suites with separate living areas and ergonomic workspaces.  

Hilton Garden Inn is Temecula’s newest hotel. From the moment you arrive, you'll be greeted with warm hospitality and modern amenities designed to enhance your stay.  

Home2 Suites is for those seeking a home away from home. Offering spacious suites with fully equipped kitchens and separate living areas, this hotel is perfect for extended stays or family vacations.  

What to Do in Old Town: 

Start your day with a hearty breakfast at E.A.T. Marketplace or Swing Inn Cafe, then set out to explore Old Town's eclectic retail scene, featuring locally owned small businesses offering unique finds.  

Visit Temecula Olive Oil Company for complimentary tastings or Temecula Lavender Company to sample their lotions – these made-in-Temecula products make perfect souvenirs or gifts. Great photo opps can be found at the archways over the entrance/exit of Old Town, the Old Town Bridge on the west side of Main Street, the historic “Jail” off Main Street, and the fountain on the east side of Main Street.  

Quench your thirst with local craft beer at Stone Church Brewing, then indulge in a delicious dinner at The Gambling Cowboy or Baily's. As you stroll through Old Town, take in the sights of public art, including the Old Town Arches, Temecula History Mural on Sixth Street, and the Emigrant Trail Mosaic outside the Civic Center building.  

Don't miss the beautiful Pechanga Basket Fountain on Main Street and the art galleries inside the Civic Center and in the Temecula Valley Museum. Catch a live performance at The Merc or Old Town Community Theater or dance the night away at the Temecula Stampede. Cap off the night with after-dinner drinks at Apparition Room or Thompson & Twain speakeasies. 

Whether you're here for a mid-week getaway or an extended stay, Old Town Temecula offers a fun and memorable look at its past. Pack your bags, book your stay, and get ready to experience the best of Temecula Valley in the heart of Old Town!