We usually stay the the sister hotel - Bear Creek Resort - when we're in Big Bear but it was sold out so we tried out this place.
The first impression of this hotel is how badly it lacks landscaping. The grounds are rather large and they don't really take care of them very well.
Second impression is that the cabins are extremely small. We got a "one bedroom" since there were two of us. We were told there was a futon for the second sleeper -- however -- you have to move every single piece of furniture in the room in order to get this futon open AND it blocks the door once open -- so say goodbye if there is a fire in the place! The futon is a bit difficult to open as well and I had a fist size bruise on my leg after trying to close it the second morning.
Other than these issues, it's in a good location and it was clean. So.. while I'll always return to the Bear Creek for it's Cabin space and beautiful grounds ... I'd probably keep looking past the Wolf Creek.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Wolf Creek Resort is a newly remodeled property offering private cabins, chalets and variety of motels rooms that sleep 2 to 6 people. We also specialize in large group accommodations which can sleep up to 34 people in the Wolf Den. ... more less
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