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Mazama Village Motor Inn
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Reviewed August 23, 2012

This beat staying in the campground, where everything was covered with dust that left our other family members dealing with filthy everything and breathing issues, but was wayyyy overpriced. The room was very tiny, with a view of the parking lot and the carpet was stained. Holes in the screen windows meant flies and mosquitoes buzzed in and out at their leisure, and a roach or two greeted us in the morning. The place promised wi fi but unless u are in a cabin next to the shop, the signal was useless. The coffee machine on the table still had the previous filter on it and the housekeeping job was really weak. The kids that run the registration answer the phone mid conversation and are not very eager to help.
the beds were comfortable, and if you cant afford the beautiful lodge on the rim, this and the campground are your only options. Location is great, but the price does not match the place.

  • Stayed: August 2012
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2  Thank vivatommy
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Reviewed August 14, 2012

The cabins in Mazama Village are comfortable and clean, but simple. Personally, that's what I like about staying within a national park -- simple, no frills, just surrounded by nature. Mazama Village is seven miles from the lake itself, but it is a quick drive to the lake and this is the best choice for families because the only family restaurant in the park is in Mazama. (The dining hall in Crater Lake Lodge is lovely but pricey.) A note -- if you don't stay within Crater Lake, the next closest hotels can be up to an hour away from the park. You also need to book 9-12 months in advance to get space in either Mazama or Crater Lake Lodge.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Jodi307
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Reviewed July 13, 2012

I originally thought we could stay at the Lodge, but I didn’t book soon enough and went with this instead. It was definitely a better price and almost as convenient. I had plans other than Crater Lake, so being at an entrance was not as big of deal.

The cabin was clean, well, the room in the cabin. I had originally thought we were getting a cabin to ourselves until we arrived (should have checked TripAdvisor?). It was nice and clean, but a little small for even the 2 double beds. Be warned: no TV or phone (or cell reception) but Internet is available. It would have been nice to have a refrigerator (don’t know where they would have put one) but ice was free for the room and we had a cooler.

We had a very pleasant, quiet stay. I would consider this place again if I was back in the area, especially since there are not many options.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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4  Thank Edward W
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Reviewed July 9, 2012

Mazama Village offers simple, clean motel style rooms (think Holiday Inn Express without a phone or TV) that are down the road from the more famous and expensive Crater Lake Lodge on the rim. This area also has a campground, store and gas. Why the Park Service built this village so far down the road from the main attraction is a mystery to me.

One big advantage is that the motor inn is near the only affordable restaurant (Annie Creek) in the entire park, so you can grab affordable meals before heading out and upon returning each day. There is a simple grab-n-go snack bar at the crater's rim for lunchtime sandwiches, but other than that, the only other place for food in the park is the lodge's very pricey formal dining room.

This is pretty much the only option since there are no other motels or restaurants anywhere nearby the park itself.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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5  Thank PL36
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Reviewed July 6, 2012

so, we've stayed at a variety of National Park lodging, and this was one of the better locations with a reasonable price.

Rooms are contained in 10 "cabins," each with 4 rooms per cabin. A good green touch, they had recycling containers in each room, as well as the normal garbage can. The local dining room (Annie's Creek) is less than a 10 minute walk from the furthest room, or a 1 minute drive, but is not that great of a restaurant. The takeout pizza was better than the eat-in food. There is also a camp store in the same area, with groceries, sodas, beer, etc. No TVs in the room, but if you're there to watch TV... don't.

It's 7 miles, 10 to 15 minutes, to the rim drives. This is an incredible park, incredible scenery, well worth it.

The pluses:
* clean, spacious room. Basic in decor and furnishings, but sufficient for the purpose. Beds were comfortable.
* clean, spacious bathroom
* wi-fi. A little spotty at times, but still, a nice touch, even though you're there to get away from the e-world anyway.
* good parking outside the rooms
* no noise from the other rooms. We did hear some of our neighbors at times through the front door, as they were coming or going, but not in an obnoxious or intrusive way.

The minuses:
* um....um.... um... has to be something... well, they left the heat on, so the room was very hot when we checked in. But we opened the window, turned off the heat and 15 minutes later, all was copacetic.
* and, as I mentioned, Annie's Creek was not a great restaurant. I think you're better off with the pizza, burgers, bar food, than with the more "upscale" offerings.

MUCH better than the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. MUCH, MUCH better.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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5  Thank tywwia
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