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Comfort Inn - 2654 West March Lane Stockton, CA 95207 Nightly Rates (74.99 - 74.99) 2 Star Inn offers an outdoor heated pool and hot tub, conference rooms,
suites, exterior entrances, elevators, FREE high speed Internet access, and FREE continental breakfast which includes cereal, bagels, fruits, and oatmeal
available in the lobby -
Two all-suite divisions, Comfort Suites and Quality Suites, were introduced as the first mid-market all-suite chains. The original Quality Inn brand competes
with Holiday Inn, Best Western, and Ramada. Many former Holiday Inns were refranchised as Quality Inns during the 1990s and 2000s.
La Quinta Inn - 2710 West March Lane Stockton, CA 95219-6571 Nightly Rates (85.50 - 101.00) 3 Star Just a short hop down I-5 from the La Quinta Inn Stockton
and you reach the downtown waterfront, where you can enjoy a stroll along the promenade and take in a panoramic view of the Delta. Here the Weber Point Events
Center hosts festivals, concerts
Quality Inn - 2717 West March Lane - Two all-suite divisions, Comfort Suites and Quality Suites, were introduced as the first mid-market all-suite chains.
The original Quality Inn brand competes with Holiday Inn, Best Western, and Ramada. Many former Holiday Inns were refranchised as Quality Inns during the 1990s
- 2727 W. March Lane, Stockton, CA 95219 - Freshness is everything. Thatís why in a world where food is often chemically processed, prepackaged and frozen,
In-N-Out makes everything the old fashioned way. Hamburgers are made from fresh, 100% pure beef. They are free of additives, fillers and preservatives of any
kind, and they buy only chucks, the front ribs and shoulder. No other parts are ever used. Butchers carefully hand-cut and grind the beef in In-Out's own facility
at which point the patties are shipped directly to their stores in refrigerated trucks by their own drivers.