Our group of four were traveling and needed a room for the night. We made reservations for two rooms and were surprised when we arrived that despite the cost near that of high end lodging, we had a tired room with no air conditioning. Fortunately the weather had begun to cool somewhat at night and if you left the windows open all night you could sleep. But only until you looked at those open windows and recalled the emphatic warnings to avoid the bears....
We had dinner in the upstairs bar since the restaurant was not open. The service there was as one would expect in a sparsely occupied bar - poor. We ordered the three onion soup ($8.00) which the ladies liked. The Mountain Club sandwich ($14.00) was so large it was difficult to eat. The Wedge Salad ($9.00) was not recognizable as what we Texans know as a wedge salad. The wines and mixed drinks were good. It was a fair meal, with poor service, at a high price.
There are better values for lodging in Mammoth. There are much better restaurants. If you are coming during ski season and want a ski place at the lift this might be for you. But for us "non ski bums", it was a not of good value.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Walk to the gondola. The Mammoth Mountain Inn is a great place to base your vacation if you want to wake up on the mountain itself. Stay in a recently remodeled craftsman style condo or suite. All rooms have slopeside access in winter. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mammoth Mountain Hotel Mammoth Lakes
- Hotel Mammoth Mountain
- Inn Mammoth Mountain