1 Night Stay 9/29/06. The online photos look better than hotel. So I am glad I was traveling alone and not with my family. There is a comfortable lodge with fireplace so you don’ t need to stay in the room. The restaurant was not operational and only a continental breakfast was offered. They do sell gas so filler up. I had dinner 3-4 miles down the road a Montecito-Sequoia Lodge. The buffet style dinner had a wide Varity of everything and hit the spot 'Good Eats, Friendly Staff". The owner "A little old lady" welcomes everyone and tells a little story now and then while you are eating. The rooms back at Stony Creek are like something out of the 70's, but it was in fact very clean. I felt the $148 dollars paid was to much, however accommodations in the area are limited in the area. I would not recommend this for families, and would suggest the Montecito-Sequoia Lodge which also had a terrific breakfast. Other hotels if they have vacancies. The bed was comfortable, and room had gas heat that keep me toasty.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Stony Creek Lodge is a modest lodge on the Generals Highway between two National Parks, conveniently located to explore both the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Stony Creek Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park