View corporate housing and furnished apartments in the Inland Empire area – 10 total among cities in the metro. Corporate housing is perfect if you have just moved, are on an extended business trip, are relocating, or just need a short-term home away from home. With CorporateHousing.com, you'll find a variety of potential temporary housing in the Inland Empire metro, including extended-stay hotels, corporate apartments, privately owned homes, and vacation properties.
The Inland Empire, comprised of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, is home to some of the most amazing mountainous views in California. During your extended stay, be sure to check out some of the best spots in town:
Little Creek offers a variety of popular eateries and great night spots, as well as a local park and creek. Plenty of green areas make for a serene atmosphere - perfect for a daytime excursion at any moment. The Amtrak station is also located here, making for an easy commute throughout the city.
Ridgeline, located along the base of north San Bernardino’s mountains, is home to California State University, San Bernardino, creating an energetic and vibrant feel to the community. Great restaurants and shopping locations also characterize this area of town. For the outdoors crowd, the proximity to the mountains makes for a great hiking trip whenever possible.
Downtown Riverside is home to two shopping malls as well as several restaurants, coffee shops and fitness centers. Also in Downtown is Fairmount Park, a popular park with its own lake. If you need to get further out of the city, walk over and take the local Amtrak at the nearest station.
Inland Empire's largest employers include Bank of America, The Claremont Colleges, California State University, Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center and Inland Center Mall, among others.
There are many things to do in the Riverside or Inland Empire area of California. If time is of the essence during your corporate travel or short-term stay, consider doing a mix of both relaxing and adventurous things. First up, California's only therapeutic red clay bath found only at the Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa in Corona. For the wine lovers, Temecula Valley Wine Country is a top destination and for the adventurous bunch, Auto Club Speedway and the legendary Route 66 will provide a good dose of adrenaline.