We stayed in Cabin 6, not far from the main lodge and the lake. It is old and rustic. The hot water is on the wrong side in the shower and the kitchen sink, but not the bathroom sink. That took some time to figure out. There is no TV. The coffeemaker did not work, and they then gave us a dirty one, one where the pot did not match the machine (from two different companies), and one with a missing basket. The fifth one finally worked. The small refrigerator in the kitchen was quite noisy, and did not keep our ice cream frozen. There is wi-fi, but it is flaky and very slow when connected. And there was a mouse running around on the floor of our room the last night. The continental breakfast was OK, but there were not enough tables to sit at in the lodge, so we had to bend over and eat off a coffee table. They gave us a DVD player, with free DVDs, although not much of a selection. There was no remote control, and it took 15 minutes of fiddling around with tiny buttons on the back to get it to work. The people at the front desk were nice, but for $270 a night with a required 4-night stay, almost the most I have ever paid for a hotel room, I would expect much more. I would never stay here again. There are many other options at Mammoth Lakes.
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- Tamarack Resort Mammoth Lakes
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