Three Amazing Travel Tips From One Of The Best Gilroy Hotels – The Best Western Plus
You’re Bound To Need The Right Gilroy Accommodations
Explore the rugged countryside and have a picnic with your loved one. Check out the spectacular nature preserve and theme park with the kids. Take a culinary and wine tour through the area’s highly rated wineries and restaurants. These are just some of the things you and your family can do in Gilroy, California. Whether you’re a weekend visitor or a resident looking to recharge and relax, you’re bound to need the right accommodations — and these three amazing travel tips from Gilroy’s best known hotel, Best Western Plus Forest Park Inn.
1. Get healthy — wherever you’re traveling.
While California’s famously recognized for its healthy, gourmet cuisine and locally sourced organic ingredients, there may be times when you’ll find yourself sinking into unhealthy habits. These, at one time or another, may include eating oily, salty chips during a long drive, lying down all day, or over doing it with activities. Yes, the whole idea of a California vacation is, after all, to relax at posh Gilroy hotels or cram your days with adrenaline-inducing adventures.
But the Best Western Plus suggests staying healthy so that you don’t go home feeling too tired or worse than when you left for your holiday. Pack a bag of whole grain snacks and fruits. Do a ten-minute workout at the Best Western’s well-equipped gym or swim a lap or two in their pool. And don’t overdo it; try moderately challenging activities.
2. Choose hotels that are located near restaurants or cafés.
Whether you took a long drive or got on the red-eye to your destination, you don’t want to be cooped up in another vehicle just to get your kind of hot meal. According to the Best Western Plus’s resident travel guru, Ranger Roy, try to choose hotels in Gilroy, CA that are near dining spots. Forest Park Inn shares a parking lot with Black Bear Diner and is just steps away from your room. This eliminates the need for long drives for whatever type of food you’re craving.
3. Never sacrifice your need for Wi-Fi and vacations on a budget.
Instead of paying for Internet connection, you should look for hotels that offer free (and fast) Wi-Fi. This isn’t just a necessity for traveling business professionals but also for families and couples who require fast Web access for their social media connections.
Finally, just because you’re on vacation, doesn’t mean you should splurge like there’s no tomorrow. The Best Western Plus recommends booking your rooms direct with the hotel and inquiring about discounts, choosing rooms with free breakfasts, and eating where locals eat because this not only guarantees that you get to eat really well, but that you also save big on dining costs.