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Deep in Silicon Valley lies Gilroy-Morgan Hill. It is a rapidly growing city that has been blooming way back when it first was founded in 1926. Named after Gilroy native and ranch owner Hiram Morgan Hill, the area is nestled in the Pacific coast, linking cities, such as San Jose and San Francisco. From vineyards and hiking trails right through to delicious, hipster eateries, the agricultural community of Gilroy is the perfect stop on any US trip.

Where to stay in Gilroy-Morgan Hill, California

Wine connoisseurs rejoice, for you are in the heart of wine country now and have a whole host of exceptional grapes grown in family-run vineyards. Let the tasting commence with trips to Solis Winery,Kirigin Cellars Winery, or the Rapazzini Winery, among others.

Families will adore spending time at the whimsical theme park that is Gilmore Gardens, where kids can slide down a Circus Tree or take a spin in a garlic bulb, which is locally famous. Also, you can also enjoy amusement rides by the ocean, at the ever popular Santa Crus Beach Boardwalk. Outdoor types will love learning all about the history of surf at the at Lighthouse Point.

3, 4 and 5 star hotels in Gilroy-Morgan Hill, California

Regardless of your budget, the perfect hotel for your needs awaits you in Gilroy-Morgan Hill. From purse-friendly options, such as the range of 3 star hotels, to more luxury 5 star stays, you will be sure to find something to suit your travel style. Expect amenities, such as comfy bedding, free toiletries, and in-room Wi-Fi across the board, but enjoy delicious breakfasts and hotel spas at the higher end 5 star choices. In the middle of the two, pick from among the fantastic 4 star hotels in Gilroy.

Hotels near Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport

Most travelers will fly to Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport, due to its many direct flights throughout the country and abroad and choosing a hotels located near to the airport might be just as good an idea for you. Alternatively, there is the option of flying to the smaller Monterey Peninsula Airport, which serves a few cities within the US, such as Las Vegas and Los Angeles.