Our room was room 515. Avoid any rooms that start with 5 or 4. If you get one of those you are in the ghetto rooms. The emergency exit door on our floor was stuck open, broken. That was of concern since there are bear warning signs everywhere. I called to Alert someone, but nothing was ever done To fix the problem. The carpet was dirty, ripped, and frayed at every seam as we walked down the hallway to our room. The place didn't smell dirty, so I know the housekeeping staff is doing their job. The room was ok. The pictures in previous reviews 13-16 reflect my room. The one thing they didn't show was the bad nature of the plastic tub enclosure. It was old and pitted. If this tub were in my home, I would have changed it out before I made the bathroom counter top granite. The tub enclosure was a few inches taller than I am. As a result, the shower head was mounted a few inches below the top of the tub enclosure. The shower head pointed down a few inches still, forcing me to do the limbo to rinse my hair. I would love to face the shower head, bend my head forward to rinse, letting the soapy water run into my ears and off my hair, but I am not supposed to. There was no refrigerator or microwave in the room. You can request it, and if available they will bring you one. The staff is awesome. I called and requested the stuff and they brought it right away. Unfortunately the microwave was faulty and we were afraid to use it. It kept running on its own when we plugged it in - so no popcorn or cup of noodles for us. The refrigerator cycled every hour or so - loudly - and woke us up in the night. Our room had a lot of closet space, but no light in the closet. At night and in the early morning I had to use a flashlight to find my gear and not turn on all the lights and disturb my still sleeping family members. The room was small. It fit the two Queen beds with only a few feet between the edge of the bed and the wall. Now add a large reading chair, a dresser, and a table and chair to that space - oh and two adults one child. We were in eachothers way constantly! This was not a room you could sit and relax in, so we didn't. We relaxed at the hot tub/ pool. I have stayed at some pretty dumpy places in my life, I just haven't paid as much as for them as I did for this place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Walk to the gondola. The Mammoth Mountain Inn is a great place to base your vacation if you want to wake up on the mountain itself. Stay in a recently remodeled craftsman style condo or suite. All rooms have slopeside access in winter. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mammoth Mountain Hotel Mammoth Lakes
- Hotel Mammoth Mountain
- Inn Mammoth Mountain