Finding an ideal romantic lodge in Shaver Lake does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Shaver Lake Village Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
The rooms offer a refrigerator and a kitchenette, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
In addition, as a valued Shaver Lake Village Hotel guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Shaver Lake shrimp restaurant such as The Trading Post, which is a short distance from Shaver Lake Village Hotel.
Shaver Lake Village Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Shaver Lake.
I travel a lot and I mean a lot. Rarely do I feel compelled to give a less than stellar review, but I was very unimpressed with this expensive $160 cabin. The entire place felt like more of a communal spot than private places. I almost felt as if I was in a camp back in childhood except paying to stay inside. On to why I am giving a less than stellar review. On the surface things look quaint and clean but it was quite dingy and even our lysol wipes were brown after cleaning door handles and tables, lamp switches etc... it is covid afterall. To be honest my boyfriend found this cozy cabin and I thought it looked cute and he said the reviews were good so I went with it. Instead of an enjoyable evening’s sleep I hardly slept for three reasons 1) and most important I felt the sheets/bedding weren’t the cleanest. Maybe they were but it was my impression. When my bf inspected the bed, he is actually the less paranoid clean freak, and was like hmm I’m not sure how clean these are or maybe the person just rushed the bed making. There were some hairs (now those could be from the dryer or housekeeping). 2)There were 3 spiders inside and because I am scared of them I also couldn’t sleep feeling as though they may come crawling around in the bed. I am aware it’s a cabin in the woods but I’ve also stayed in many cabins without obvious issues. There was even a couple dead ones in the bathroom on the wall. 3) the so called air conditioner was a window unit which I own at home and they aren’t great but this one didn’t work. Everytime we turned it on the power cut out. So we sweated all night trying to sleep. We also had to run the ceiling fan high speed due to the heat which dried us both out so bad, I woke up with red eyes and needing nasal saline and eye drops to lubricate. Oh and the shower curtain is gross and needs replaced. I was also irritated that the tub and bed were so hard to get in and out of for a 5 foot 3 person. Maybe my standards are too high but for $160 I expect a lot more. All I could think of was that I would rather sleep in my tent or at our next hotel. To me maybe this place would have been ok for me pre covid but with Covid it just doesn’t feel pandemic clean. We also didn’t appreciate being left to find our cabin in the dark after I told the place we wouldn’t be there until evening; and they sent me an email saying someone is always there. Then they called to tell us their desk is closing. Being that a national park is nearby it would be safe to assume folks may come in the evening after a day of fun. Turning a porch light on with a Cabin name visable would have been nice while we had our hands full of bags and food, searching for it. I think 20 years ago a younger me would have been happy here but not at this age.…
Third time staying here. We’ve tried the hotel rooms, suite, and this time the Bear’s Den cabin. Due to the pandemic we’re in this was my first time staying outside of my house. I thought it’s a personal cabin it’ll be fine. Well it might be if cleaned properly! Hot Cheeto and other crumbs on the floor, hairs in the shower and standing water around the drain, a remote under the bed, and everything else filthy. I used my own Clorox wipes to clean the outdoor table, counters, and chair. Gross! The other stays were not very clean either but I thought they may have improved due to required sanitation measures for Covid-19! I was grossed out and would have left it it wasn’t already late in the evening. I let the front desk know upon departure and they said they’d give the manager the message and I sent an email. I got no response from the manager! You really need to step up your safety measures for your guests! We ate a pizza outside on our porch only to have a group of 5 men from the hotel area sit on the table right outside our porch so we went inside. The grounds are nice and it is a fun place to stay while visiting shaver lake but not clean enough. I probably won’t be back.…
My wife and I stayed here with our 4 year old over the New Years holiday. We had a great time and the hotel was perfect. The rooms were clean and well carried for and the grounds were nicely decorated for the holidays which really added to the excitement of the season. We stayed in two different room due to availability and the staff was very accommodating to our room change. We will definitely stay again.
Great Place. Helpful staff. I highly recommend this hotel in the Sierras near Shaver Lake. Feeling of history and nature here. Good location. That’s enough of the summary for a very good place. I will come again to this hotel.
Our tent wasn't an ordinary tent; it had electricity, a light, a couch, and the bed was comfy. We were within a short walk of nice bathroom. We were a bit surprised that we had to pay extra for towels, but other than that, It was fun. No breakfast and hotel is located fairly close to good eating spots and lake. We enjoyed our stay and would recommend it.