At the hotel it will be learned that back in the 1850s. Later, famed farm labor organizer Cesar Chavez was born here, and ended up spending much of his life in Yuma.
Guests can go inner-tubing down the Colorado River, tour the historic downtown, watch a gunfight re-creation, visit the "Bridge to Nowhere" or even guests can take a dune buggy ride.
These spacious non-smoking rooms feature a king-sized bed, comfortable easy chair with ottoman, 25" TV, microwave and mini fridge, easy to operate alarm clock/radio and large work surface.
Whether guests are here to fish the Colorado River or go backpacking, they'll need a Yuma hotel with conveniences like a swimming pool, a fully-equipped exercise room, or guests can simply unwind with an in-room movie.
Free continental breakfast served.
From I-8 - Exit 2 Right on 16th Street. Cross Streets - 16th Street and Yuma Palms Parkway.
Check-In: 3:00PM. Check-Out: 12:00PM. Complimentary parking, no pets allowed.
Satellite cable TV