|"Everything in this place was great."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Nice lobby with an amazing huge fireplace."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"Our room was amazing!"||(in 37 reviews)|
|"Heated floor and toilet seat!"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Really did not like this place."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"A dreadful hotel."||(in 12 reviews)|
Overall, it was good.
It;s the third time I stayed in this hotel and the room that we got this time was the best so far. The bathroom is new and modern and the room was clean.
My only issue was the sink in the bathroom was blocked, we had to wait long time to get it clean again and the pressure of the shower was so light. Maybe a little bit of maintenance would be perfect for that room.
Great location. old but clean and great environment
Little outdated in some areas
Great place to stay
Pricey like everywhere else during summer
Nice rooms at a reasonable rate.
Good location. Nice clean rooms with nice linens and towels. Clean.
Parking is crowded.
Clean rooms for a great price
We got a great rate. We had a room with two queens and it was clean and comfortable. The location is perfect with amenities and activities for the whole family within close proximity.
I liked it was close to everything. Had restaurants attached to the facility. The staff were excellent, gave extra blankets, towels etc. Nice shower with unlimited hot water!
Hallways had a little wet dank smell.
Excellent place to stay
Like everything, rooms spacious and well maintained.
The room was nice, comfey bed, nice bathroom, staff was nice.
Way too over priced for what it is. It's not a Westin. Far from main lodge.
Cabin Feel with all the amenities
I loved the décor, very retro 50's but warm and cozy. The lobby was warm and inviting with a fire place, plenty of space for families to hang out, with board games, chess and a pool table. They have a spa with sauna and steam room, fitness area. Rooms have all the amenities you need to feel like your at an Embassy Suite but the décor is one of a kind!
Check -in was disorganized, the front desk person was not empathic of the stress that creates. The manager/owner was on it and took care of our stress that there was an hour wait for our room. Maid service is disorganized, takes them all day to get to your room, one day our room was not cleaned, because we were in and out of it more than usual.
Mammoth Mountain is big enough to attract people from all across the United States and the World. Its world-class ski slopes were the birthplace of the game of GNAR, a much-beloved ski bum tradition. For a mammoth of a vacation, there is no better place to stay than the newly renovated Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa.
Guests at Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa can choose from a variety of accommodations including chalets, suites, and deluxe rooms. There are an additional 48 rooms available at The Lodge which are conveniently located near the outdoor magic.
The resort chalets are bi-level townhomes that are perfect for group ski trips. There is plenty of space to enjoy time with friends for a pre-ski breakfast and post-ski debrief. Each chalet has a kitchen, microwave, dishwasher, and dishes for 8 guests.
There are 15 resort fireplace suites available at Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa. Each suite has a gas fireplace and LCD flat-screen TV. A resort-style kitchen is provided with a half-refrigerator, microwave, and two-burner electric stove top.
Guests can choose from a Deluxe King or Deluxe Queen guestroom. The rooms offer a bathroom with shower, LCD flat-screen TV, half-refrigerator, microwave, air-conditioning, and heating.
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area is only a 12-minute drive from Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa. In addition to this attraction, Mammoth Lakes has a lot to offer. Guests are just walking distance from the Mammoth Mall Shopping Center. There are also several delicious dining options nearby including Mogul and Good Life Café.
Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa is the perfect place for a mountain vacation. It is close to the slopes and other nearby attractions to keep any guest entertained.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
As soon as you walk in the lobby, you’ll see a gorgeous grand piano. First built in 1905, it was owned by famous entertainers Clark Gable and Hoagy Carmichael throughout its lifetime. Kept in pristine condition, you can jump on and play a song yourself or listen as other guests perform. A social spot to gather with a historic resonance, it’s sure to leave a lasting memory.
There is an on-site rental center where you can find skis, snowboards, jackets, pants, goggles, boots, hand and toe warmers, and socks. Custom fittings will be completed by trained technicians to ensure the gear perfectly suits both you and your ability. Handy accessories such as chap stick and sunscreen are also available. Slope-side service is provided, meaning adjustments can be made at any time.
There is a computer station located in the lobby, with photocopying and faxing services you can use.
To reserve a spot on the shuttle to or from Mammoth Yosemite Airport, speak directly with the staff at the front desk at least 72h before you arrive or leave. Shorter notice than this may mean missing your preferred service.
Coin operated washing and drying machines are available 24h per day. A single cycle costs approximately $2 for the washer and $1 for the dryer, with laundry detergent packages available from reception for approximately $1.
Snacks and waste disposal bags are provided upon arrival, with a grassy area on-site for walks and toilet breaks. Two dogs weighing up to 100 lb each are allowed in a room; however, other animals are not welcome. A nightly fee of approximately $25 per pet is added to the cost of your reservation.
People of all ages will enjoy the outdoor mini golf course, with 18 holes to play. Resort guests receive free access. Area information in the form of maps and identification guides are available to assist hiking, mountain biking and bird watching. The Cub Club is a family-orientated space open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights where you’ll find arts & crats, movies, popcorn, video games and air hockey. Concierge staff can organize a range of tours with local businesses that include fishing, brewery visits, horseback riding, rock climbing, water skiing, dog sledding, wake boarding and river rafting.
Make sure you stop in at Jimmy’s Taverna for an indulgence of fresh seafood and grilled meats. Bringing a Mediterranean flair to the mountains, you’ll find dishes such as grilled octopus salad and fisherman’s stew. There is an extensive wine list to choose from, plus a happy hour between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm. (Prices checked 16/07/19).
Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa is located at 164 Old Mammoth Road, 0.7 km from the centre of Mammoth Lakes. Spiritual Connection is the closest landmark to Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa.
Yes, Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa offers free parking.
Yes, Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa offers free airport shuttle service.
Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa is 11.4 km from Mammoth Lakes. Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa is 117.2 km from Fresno Airterminal.
Yes, Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa has a pool on-site.