This hotel was very surprising! Super friendly check in, they offer breakfast in the morning, the have a small spa with a jacuzzi, sauna and steam room. This is most needed after being on the mountain all day. They also have a small gym (my husband enjoyed that). The hotel is also walking distance from a bowling alley, restaurants, movie theater and stores. It's a cute little gem! We would totally stay again 😊
Traveller from Ca
Located near the slopes, this Mammoth Lakes hotel is in the mountains and within 1 mi (2 km) of Mammoth Hospital, Sierra Star …More
We really enjoyed our stay at the Tamarack Lodge. The cabins were extremely cozy and comfortable, clean, and the staff was extremely friendly.
For those without a car and on a budget, we would advise you plan your meals in advance, as the hotel meals are extremely expensive and taxi's each way into town are $40 roundtrip. Pizza stores also do not deliver. However, if you bring groceries, everything works well.
Located in the mountains, this Mammoth Lakes hotel offers ski-in/ski-out access within 3 mi (5 km) of Tamarack Cross Country …More
Had a good time, but 7 feet of snow the week before we got there and the 3-4 feet while we were there made it difficult. All lodges were closed when we arrived due to high winds. Next day, high winds closed Main and Canyon, Eagle had 1 run open. Day after, 2 runs were open at Main, three runs were open at Canyon and 1 at Eagle. Was good enough for me to enjoy the powder. Staff made the hotel comfortable. The fact that the buses ran through the whole snowstorm made things bearable. Mammoth gave me rain checks for lift tickets I had pre-purchased and was unable to use. Obviously we'll be back to use them.
Traveller from San Diego
Located in the mountains, this Mammoth Lakes hotel offers ski-in/ski-out access within 1 mi (2 km) of Kamikaze, Sierra Star …More
"Hotel was nice, but service needed to step it up."
We experienced a very long wait to check-in well past the 4PM check-in time (nearly an hour later), which caused us to head into town to kill time. The room as average to slightly above average in terms of cleanliness and comfort. The hot tub was under heated, which made it tough to venture out to it in the snow that was coming down at the time. There were never enough towels provided for the number of guests we registered, and the cleaning crew was not very friendly or helpful when additional towels were requested. There was trash piled up at nearly all of the exits and it was not picked up until the next day. That was not attractive for the hotel.
Traveller from Riverside, CA
Located near the slopes, this Mammoth Lakes resort is in the mountains and within 1 mi (2 km) of Mammoth Hospital, Sierra …More
This was a very good place to stay, and if I return to Mammoth I will stay there again. Location is perfect, across from The Village and near the gondola that takes you to the Canyon base lodge. You can also take a bus to the main lodge if you prefer, but the gondola is so easy I don't know why anyone would. There are a restaurant and bar in the hotel, and several more, as well as plenty of shopping, right across the street in The Village. The breakfast is very good and the free cookies in the lobby in the afternoon are a nice touch. Only downsides would be the bedding is a little funky (very heavy comforter, and sheets not tucked in at the bottom). Overall a great place to stay, and I would definitely recommend it. The staff were informative and helpful, and the plow guys worked hard to keep the parking lot clear through the 2 and a half feet of snow that fell during the 5 nights/days we were there. Of course all that snow meant the skiing was great!
Traveller from Colorado
Located near the slopes, this Mammoth Lakes hotel is in the mountains, within a 5-minute walk of Kamikaze and Obsidian Dome …More
The hotel is located right next to the lift which makes it very convenient. You can rent your gear at the hotel as well. And they offer ski lockers to store them.
The hotel rooms are very spacious. After a few plumbing problems the hotel staff was very accommodating and moved us to a different room.
We enjoyed the shuttle that stops right outside to take you in to town.
I would recommended this hotel
Traveller from Los Angeles
Located slope side 45 minutes from the Eastern Entrance of Yosemite National Park lies Juniper Springs Resort. Juniper …More
Pocket Guide: Yosemite National Park Mammoth Lakes Hotels
This west-central California town is on the edge of the Long Valley Caldera, an area that is geologically active with hot springs, hence its popularity with the skiers and hikers that flock here. Devil's Postpile National Monument and the Ansel Adams Wilderness are nearby.