We arrived here after a long trip and hike in Sequoia national park.
We got checked in by a guy who seemed to be in a hurry and didn't have time for us.
At that moment we got told we even had to pay for the showers, but oh well.
When we got to the cabin, we noticed it was a little old wooden house, which seemed romantic from the outside.
Inside though, it was really dark, spiders and Mosquitos everywhere and the wood was cracked in each spot you looked. We were basically still standing outside. The door didn't close properly either.
The cabin smelled like old stuff, like someone died in there.
Outside we met some other guests and had a look in their cabin, which was actually painted and didn't have holes in the wall and a door that would close properly.
We weren't happy with this at all, especially for the price we paid, so we went back to the office.
We had a chat with the manager, who didn't seem to know what the cabins looked like from the inside, but managed to change us to another cabin.
The other cabin wasn't much different, so we decided to go back to the office.
The manager told us there was only one room in the lodge available for 250 dollars, which was more than double the price of the cabin! She couldn't do anything else for us.
In the end we got a refund and left.
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- Also Known As:
- John Muir Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park
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