Just stayed one night - it was just a stop over between Yosemite and Death Valley.
Hotel pretty empty - really it is between seasons - all lifts up mountain were closed.
Put in West Wing building - not prepared to pay extra $30 for upgrade to main hotel building as only staying one night.
Short walk to main building - even in zero temperatures not a big deal!
Main bedroom in good condition - two large beds and lights and tv looked relatively new; however bathroom needs refurbishment.
Had dinner in Grill - good service and food.
For breakfast did not want full buffet so bought continental breakfast in Hotel's general store. Reception staff did not mention this option.
Very annoying feature is that the hotel charges $20 per night for various features including coffee/tea in room, wifi, parking, local phone calls; however what is really really annoying is that it includes ski related extras which is patently irrelevant out of season!!! It would be less insulting if the charge was just added to the room tariff!
- 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