Quaint may the most positive way to describe this hotel. The room we had was one of their larger rooms with two queen beds.
Pros: Room looked attractive with wall paper and antique furniture. The beds were comfortable with very good pillows.
Cons: The room had no air conditioner. With the windows open and a fan blowing, the temperature was 81 F at 9 PM and only cooled to 71 by 5 AM. The room was very light. A hotel sign shined on the window shades and the room got quite bright when the sun rose. In the morning, After 5 AM, there was a lot of vehicle noise. There was no closet to hang clothes and the bathroom was minimal. There was no breakfast. It was not even a fair value for the $115 we paid. It was an experience, but if one were counting on a great night's sleep, this place isn't what one needs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Bodie Hotel is a two-story Victorian era house reminiscent of buildings in the nearby mining town of Bodie. It's much like the boarding houses of the 1860s except each room had its own private bathroom with shower installed after being moved to Bridgeport. The rooms vary in size, some with a single bed and others featuring two beds. The black velvet wallpaper coupled with the shag carpeting really help make this boom town building unique. Reasonable rates range from $59.95 to $125 per night. The facility has wireless internet available. ... more less