06, October 2014: Every once in a while, you come across a city that is so small as to contain any sight that is spectacular only to be surprised that it is actually a gateway to an awesome attraction. One such place is the quaint little town of Westley.
The city of Westley is located within Stanislaus County. With only a land area of 1.74 square miles, it comes as no surprise that the community has a population of only around 600 residents. That is not to say, however, that Westley has nothing much to offer. In fact, it boasts of a number of attractions both within and around. Some of these attractions include the Diablo Grand Golf Course, the Micke Grove Zoo, Yosemite National Park, and the Grand Valley Museum of Natural History.
To be sure that you get the most of Westley, you would need to book yourself in any of the Westley CA hotels in the area. One of these hotels in Westley CA that you might want to consider is the Econo Lodge.
Econo Lodge offers guests with such amenities as free continental breakfast, free high-speed Internet access, free local calls, use of the copy as well as the fax machine, and use of the cable TV in each of the room. The Econo Lodge is also a pet-friendly hotel which means you do not have to worry about leaving behind your furry friends.
If you need more information about Econo Lodge, you can head to http://www.indembsudan.com/94616/28.htm. Once you are sure that you would like to visit Westley, you can make use of the quick reservation form in order to book a room ahead of time.
For Media Contact:
Econo Lodge, a Westley Hotel
7100 McCracken Road,
Westley, CA, US, 95387
Phone: (209) 894-3900
Fax: (209) 894-3905
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