Claremont, Calif. (April 4, 2011) — The winter storms that soaked Southern California will bring a colorful array of flora this spring, and no Los Angeles County city will bloom brighter than Claremont.
Home to the Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden, Claremont will welcome the world’s elite road cycling teams and avid amateurs to its streets, be the site of an international fair hosted by its seven world-class colleges, and much more.
Additionally, the Claremont Village becomes a true marketplace every Sunday morning with the Claremont’s weekly Farmer and Artisans Market at 2nd Street and Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont’s market features Fresh local and organic produce, plants, flowers and cheeses, gifts and jewelry made by local craftspeople, used books and more.
Visitors to Claremont will find a variety of hotel choices to fit most any traveler’s budget and needs. Three locally owned motor inns near Interstate 10, Hotel Claremont and Tennis Club, Claremont Lodge and Howard Johnson Express Inn Claremontshare Claremont’s can-do community spirit with its guests. The Doubletree Hotel Claremont is a full-service business hotel and conference center along historic Route 66, while the upscale boutique Hotel Casa 425 in downtown Claremont caters to couples and adventurers alike.
Visitors can find more information about Claremont and local activities at http://www.claremontchamber.org andhttp://www.claremontcalendar.com.