This hotel did not appear on travel sites so we had to search around and came across their website. Can't book online and we ended up phoning which was a little annoying but in the end worth it.
Chad and Patty were friendly and helpful, and the room was a good size. It backed onto the forest and we enjoyed looking out trying to spot bears! (we didn't see any).
Mammoth Lakes is a nice place to stay in stunning scenery.
The only letdown was the small breakfast but we didn't pay very much for the room anyway.
- Also Known As:
- Holiday Haus Hotel Mammoth Lakes
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Holiday Haus Motel’s 15 modest rooms have each been transformed into lovely, historical-interest spaces with modern fireplaces and flatscreen TVs. As part of Mammoth’s rich history in a key spot on Mammoth’s Main St. for over 50 years, this landmark motel is still priced for budget-conscious travelers, but now offers an updated take on this true classic. In addition to updated furniture, bedding, flooring and fixtures, all Holiday Haus rooms are decorated with archival photos and posters from the old days of Mammoth. Owner Nadine Jones worked with curator of the Hayden Cabin for the Southern Mono Historical Society Mark Davis to give each room a unique personality. The property includes free parking, a hot tub, lobby pool table, free breakfast, Wi-Fi and Red Line shuttle service. ... more less