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When to book a hotel in Lost Hills

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Low Season
July
High Season
October

cheapest month to stay

13%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

18%

expected price increase

Price
$55 - $76
Highest day of week
Sunday
Cheapest day of week
Saturday

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Average price (weeknight)

$69

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Average price (weekend night)

$70

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Lost Hills travel tips

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Which neighborhoods in Lost Hill should I stay in if I want access to public transport?

Lost Hills is a small town and not as well-known as some other cities in California. Still, as an upcoming tourist destination, it may be worth a visit. It’s a small community of just one neighborhood, and there is currently no public transportation in town. The area is walkable, as restaurants and top hotels in Lost Hills are nearby. However, if you need to move around, one convenient way would be to rent a car through momodo. If you like cycling, that would also do just fine as the roads are well paved and with no public transport, there’s not much traffic.


How much does a hotel in Lost Hills cost per night?

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Days Inn by Wyndham Lost Hills
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Days Inn by Wyndham Lost Hills

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$77

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Where to stay in Lost Hills

Which neighborhoods should I stay in based on why I’m traveling?

Find hotels in Lost Hills and book the most suitable one depending on your purpose in town. The Days Inn By Wyndham Lost Hills hotel is suitable for couples and leisure travelers. It’s located on Aloma Street and within walking distance of restaurants, cafes and eateries. Motel 6 Lost Hills, located on Warren Street, is more suitable for business travelers. These hotels are relatively affordable and easy to reach by car, but if you're not in a hurry, the area is walkable and you can enjoy the fresh air and scenery.


Learn about attractions and sights in Lost Hills

What are the most popular attractions in Lost Hills?

There are several great tourist attractions in Lost Hills, which put this small town on the map. These attractions are scattered throughout the town, and once you find cheap hotels in Lost Hills, you can start exploring. Located at 14688 Lost Hills Rd, Wonderful Park is the heart and soul of the town and a nice place to hang out. It’s conveniently located in the middle of town and easily accessible. You can also check out the Lost RV Park on 14831 Warren St for outdoor and recreational activities. The Lost Hills Park, located on Highway 46 may be worth checking out as well. You can find cheap hotels in San Andres conveniently located close to these attractions, some including Days Inn By Wyndham Lost Hills and Motel 6 Lost Hills.

Which neighborhoods in Lost Hills have a large selection of bars and restaurants?

Lost Hills may not have a big selection of neighborhoods, and there may not be numerous Lost Hill hotels, but there is a variety of restaurants in town. Denny’s is a top restaurant in Lost Hills, serving American cuisine. It’s located in the center of town and is open 24 hours a day. El Dollar Taqueria on Aloma St services Mexican, and most other restaurants are fast food joints. These include McDonald’s on Power Street, Dairy Queen on Aloma Street, Carl’s Jr. on Highway 46 and Jack in the Box on Highway 46.

What annual or semi-annual events and festivals are there in San Andreas?

Being a small community, Lost Hill lacks many annual or semi-annual events, but tourists do come here during the Calabasas Pumpkin Festival. The festival happens in October at Juan Bautista De Anza Park, on Lost Hills Road. It’s not in the town center, you need to exit Lost Hills Road to get there. There are usually free shuttles that take tourists to the main gate, but using your own car might be more convenient. If you don’t own a car, you can rent one through momodo, as parking is offered at the event. Here you can enjoy a variety of pumpkin food and drinks, such as pumpkin pies and pumpkin beer. There are also fun things to do for the whole family, such as face painting, train rides, and derby cars.


Lost Hills travel information

Which day is cheapest to stay in Lost Hills?

The cost of a Lost Hills hotel room will vary for each day but generally Monday works out the most economical, with Saturday proving the least economical.

Based on the weather in Lost Hills, what attractions are popular during January?

With an average temperature of 46.4 °F and expected precipitation of 0.8″, January is a great month to explore the outdoors near Lost Hills. Some great places to visit near Lost Hills in January are Mammoth Mountain, Squaw Peak, and South Entrance Yosemite National Park.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Lost Hills?

Hotels in Lost Hills are usually cheapest during the month of July, you can expect a price decrease of around 13% during this period.

How long do people stay in Lost Hills?

Visiting Lost Hills for 1 night is the most common choice for our users.

How much does a hotel cost in Lost Hills?

A hotel room in Lost Hills will generally set you back around $68 per night. This figure is an average and prices will vary according to the facilities, location and room availability at your desired hotel.


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