The largest coastal city between San Francisco and Portland, Eureka sits just off Highway 101 on the Humboldt Bay, about a hundred miles south of the Oregon border.
A fishing port and hub for people wanting to see America’s giant redwood forests, Eureka has many chain options for affordable lodging. We compared more than 30 options to bring you the best options for your money.
From $184/ night
This property has all the comforts of home: refrigerator, microwave, sitting areas, work desks and coffee makers. A business center, hot tub, fitness center, laundromat, and two on-site restaurants round out the amenities. Wifi and a hot buffet breakfast are included in the price. Dry cleaning services are also available.
From $148/ night
Relax by the poolside terrace or enjoy the fitness and business centers at this popular Eureka hotel. An on-site restaurant, The Pacific Grill, offers local catches and R.J. Grin’s Lounge has a bar and drink menu. The airport is a 20-minute drive away and the hotel offers free shuttle service and wifi.
From $160/ night
One of the more unique lodging options in Eureka, this hotel is on the National Register of Historic Places and features Tudor architecture. The location is just 0.2 kilometers from Old Town Eureka and 0.3 kilometers from the marina. Amenities include free wifi and a continental breakfast.
From $80/ night
Conveniently located in Old Town Eureka, this property has all the basics: free wifi, microwaves, refrigerators and cable television. The Morris Graves Museum of Art is just a few blocks away, and Humbolt Redwoods State Park is 65 kilometers away. This is a pet friendly property.
From $71/ night
If you are looking for a hotel with the basics, this is a good option. Cable television and coffee makers are provided in each room; refrigerators and microwaves, and ironing services are available on request. Clark Historical Museum is 1 kilometer away and Bear River Casino is 23 kilometers from the hotel. Fort Humboldt State Historic Park is nearby.