Arrived at hotel around 11:30 pm after a long drive from home. There was a small window by the office to check in. I rang the bell several times and I think waited outside for the attendant to check us in for about 30 minutes. It's a good thing it's warm outside because it's still summer. The air conditioning didn't get cold until early morning. Shower was a bit difficult to adjust to right temperature. I wish they have more bread choices for breakfast .
Traveller from C
Situated in Lindsay, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of McDermont Field House and Lindsay City Hall. Lindsay Municipal Golf …More
Hotel is quite convenient to find and hotel staff are very nice and kind for all questions, such as the direction to Sequoia National Park, convenient stores nearby, gas station, etc. Room has been cleaned up and all amenities are refilled right away. Compared to the price, this hotel is quite nice and excellent, even in the matter of quietness at night.
Traveller from Torrance, CA
Located in the heart of Tulare, this hotel is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Tulare Outlet Center and within 3 mi (5 km) of Prosperity …More
The room was fine and was as expected. I chose it because of it's proximity to Sequoia Natl Park and the amenities, such as the hot breakfast, the fridge, and microwave, as well as the price. It was a good value & right off of the highway, but fairly quiet. Our son sometimes requires his meals in the motel, so a microwave is very helpful.
Traveller from Kansas City
Situated in Visalia, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Visalia Adventure Park, Visalia Country Club, and Rawhide Ballpark …More
Pocket Guide: Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Ash Mountain Entrance Sequoia Hotels
Just inside the Ash Mountain Entrance to Sequoia National Park on Generals Highway is the park headquarters at Foothills Visitor Center. Down the road is Amphitheater Point, a broad turnout exhibiting views of all three life zones of the Sierra. Hospital Rock is also located near the Ash Mountain Entrance, featuring ancient Native American pictographs and bedrock mortars used to grind acorns.