We stayed one night in the eagle cabin and it was $160 +tax. Thankfully they were booked the previous night so we didn't locked in to more money at this place. Maybe Eagle is in worse shape than the others, but the price didn't indicate that. It was very old and shabby, with dirty cushions, very old and worn furniture, aluminum foil on the burners of the tiny stove. The whole thing looked like the inside of a camper from the early 1980's. "Patio" was a small cement slab facing water tanks with plastic chairs. Not too scenic. It also reeked of pinesol or some other cleaner, which got everyone's nose itchy and runny, including my 8-month old baby. Not a restful night. For the price, I'd think they could afford to update a little, or at least replace broken chairs, fix lamps, etc.
We were very disappointed with our experience. Staff and attitude of the place was not too friendly. Not planning to return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Buckeye Tree Lodge is located 1/4 mile from the entrance to Sequoia National Park in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. With all rooms set along the banks of the Kaweah River, the river views and sounds from each room and balcony are spectacular. The Buckeye's beautiful grounds include a pool, lawn and picnic area next to the River. All rooms have private bathroom, cable TV, refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, AC and free local and long distance calling. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Buckeye Tree Hotel Three Rivers
- Buckeye Tree Three Rivers