The price is $145 per night from May 24 to May 25$145
May 24 - May 25
Treat yourself to some luxurious accommodations at DoubleTree by Hilton Chico, where you can enjoy amenities like flat-screen TVs, streaming services, and more. The outdoor pool, restaurant, and fitness center are just some of the popular amenities at this deluxe hotel.
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Frequently asked questions
During your visit, you might want to enjoy the restaurants and bars which Chico is known for.
DoubleTree by Hilton Chico is a 4-star hotel with a terrace and a bar, and it's a popular choice for Expedia travelers looking for a pampering stay.
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Planning for the weather is a good way to make your trip to Chico relaxing and enjoyable, especially when you're splurging. The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 75°F, while the coldest months are January and December with an average of 48°F. Average annual precipitation for Chico is 27 inches.
Experience Chico with a stop at Bidwell Mansion State Historic Park, National Yo-Yo Museum, and Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park. If you have extra time while you're in the area, you might want to stop by Tehama County River Park and California State University-Chico.
It's easier to get around town comfortably when you know your options. To see more of the larger area, ride aboard one of the trains from Chico Station.
Recent reviews of Chico hotels
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"Was a good stay as always "
A verified traveler stayed at DoubleTree by Hilton Chico
"For me, the Quality Inn in downtown Chico is perfect because it's within a few blocks of everything. There's an antique shop (two floors!) to its left, a crab shack to the right, a handmade ice cream store just across the street to the side, Starbucks and Peets within 4 blocks, numerous little stores around the area as well.
What I didn't like as much is the homeless problem in downtown Chico, which is a different thing. There were no problems on the property but once you stepped away there was a chance you'd wind up playing "good block/ bad block" in order to get around. This is something that's beginning to be addressed by the city council, I hope the rest of California does as well because many of the homeless have mental problems but don't want to be treated."
"Friendly, professional front desk staff. Complementary morning breakfast, good food, and friendly and efficient serving staff. Evening hospitality drinks, swimming pool and hot tub. Good internet connection on the facility."
A verified traveler from The Hills stayed at Oxford Suites Chico