The city of Bishop, California is located in the incredibly scenic Eastern Sierra region. The small town, which covers fewer than two square miles, is a known tourism hotspot, attracting climbing, skiing, hiking, horseback riding, fishing and snowboarding enthusiasts to the nearby Mount Humphreys — the highest peak in Bishop — and White Mountain Peak — the third largest peak in the state.
IHG hotel guests will not be let down by the variety of fun activities and events in Bishop.
Otherwise known as the “Mule Capital of the World”, Bishop is regionally renowned for its annual Bishop Mule Days festival held at the Tri-County Fairgrounds, which you’ll want to stroll through even after the crafts booths and parades have packed up and gone home.Additional notable locations in Bishop include Inyo National Forest, which has two wilderness areas, one named for famed nature photographer, Ansel Adams, and another for naturalist John Muir. Arguably, Inyo National Forest offers some of the most memorable trails and breathtaking panoramic views of nature this country has to offer.
For downtime, as an IHG hotel guest, you’re perfectly situated for taking a self-guided tour of the town’s 15 spectacular murals depicting the city’s heritage, painted by the Bishop Mural Society.
Finally, to top off what is sure to be an adrenaline-rush of a visit, Keough’s Hot Springs has a soaking pool that contains 27 different minerals. With a natural waterfall cooling system, the scalding pools are kept at a comforting 104 degrees year round. Book into an IHG hotel today and let us help you make the most of your stay by providing comfortable and affordable accommodation.
Exciting attractions abound in Bishop, California. The hotel guests can also enjoy the on-site indoor, heated pool, whirlpool and sauna, as well as the wonderful city park next door with tennis courts and a volleyball net. The new town dog park is just a 5 minute walk away.
We typically stay one night twice a year at the Holiday Inn Express in Bishop; on our way from So Cal to Washington State and then back. We choose to stay at this hotel because it is pet friendly as[More]
we travel with our small dog and the hotel is very convenient to a park with a dog area. We also like that it is close to restaurants. The room is comfortable although feels a bit small. The bed is very comfortable and the shower is great. The morning breakfast is very satisfactory and the staff always friendly and courteous. It would be nice to have a handicap parking space available at the back of the hotel. [Less]