Close to Sequoia National Park. This prety much sums up all the advantages of this hotel. Other than that, this hotel is pretty bad. But if you need a place to sleep and spend the whole day in the park, this is not a bad place. "Not bad" as long as you don't mind sleeping in Motel 6.
Parking requires good driving skills, there is less space than in Manhattan. Bed was comfortable, but pillows were dwarf-sized. Restroom was reasonably clean (with some exceptions). We had issues with A/C (window style) that was very, very loud and blew ice cold air directly at the bed.
Breakfast is served at 8 AM, but don't worry as there is nothing that can be eaten by a health-consious person except orange slices. Even milk is absent.
So I would not recommend this hotel to anybody.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking