Hotels, Motels, B&Bs, & Where To Stay In Temecula
Thanks to the lodging industry’s focus on safety protocols, you can book your next overnight stay with confidence.
Temecula Valley hotels, resorts, inns, and vacation rentals are open for business for those ready to travel. The focus has been on creating the safest environment possible using Center of Disease Control (CDC) Guidance, State Guidance, American (AHLA) Safe Stay Guidance, and Clean + Safe Guidance.
All of this means modifications have been made to ensure your comfort and safety while staying in Temecula Valley. This includes limiting the number of people per elevator, equipping staff with proper protective equipment, washing all towels and linens on the hottest setting, increased sanitation with extra attention paid to high-touch items, to name a few.
Visit Temecula Valley (VTV) encourages travelers to stay local, a getaway not far way. VTV has launched a Wander Local campaign inviting Southern California residents to visit.
Remember to be respectful of fellow travelers and workers, maintain a 6-foot distance from those not in your party, and practice good hygiene. If you are unsure about protocol, don’t hesitate to ask.
Visit Temecula Valley and its partners have committed to a unified “Safer Together, Greater Together” pledge to ensure the health and safety of our visitors, staff, and community by following the latest guidelines.
Thank you for planning a trip to Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country and doing your part to support the hospitality and tourism industry.