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  • Reviews: 117

4 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Holiday Inn: Second Cheap Accomodation

This is the step up above Motel 6. Usually a little more expensive. What do you get more you ask?
Cleaner carpet, newer walls, a more user friendly bed and sheets, and bigger cleaner bathroom.

It has a roof to keep you dry. Your own bathroom to take a shower, use the toilet, a sink and mirror. A bed to sleep in. Parking spots to rest your vehicle on. A TV to veg. out on and a microwave to boil water for your CupONoodles in.

It has a restaurant area that serves Continental breakfast.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Road Trip, Skiing and Boarding
  • Written August 15, 2007
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  • Reviews: 117

3 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Motel 6: One of the last cheap accomodations

This specific branch of Motel 6 is very familiar with a lot of So. Cal college park rats or ski bums. It was and is still one of the cheapest lodging choices in Mammoth Lakes. Besides the crashing on someone's living room for free.

It has a roof to keep you dry. Your own bathroom to take a shower, use the toilet, a sink and mirror. A bed to sleep in. Parking spots to rest your vehicle on. A TV to veg. out on and a microwave to boil water for your CupONoodles in.

If those things above consist of your kind of lodging preference since you are there primarily to enjoy the outdoor bounty, then this is a good choice.

If you like luxury and in-room spa treatments. This is not it. And by the way do let me know since I can help out that way too but didn't write it up.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Skiing and Boarding, Road Trip, Budget Travel
  • Written August 15, 2007
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  • Reviews: 82

5 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Hidden Valley Condo's: Great location & great views

Hidden Valley Unit 109 was our home for the week. It was spacious and comfortable with plenty of room for all our gear!

It had a double bedroom with en-suite, and another 2 double beds upstairs with another bathroom.

The kitchen was equipped with an oven, hib, dishwasher, microwave and plenty of crockery and cutlery

The living room had a massive squishy sofa, cable TV, CD player, Playstation and games and a selection of boardgames

The condo had its own locker where you could stash your board for the night, and plenty of heaters so you could dry out soggy gloves and boot liners!

The was a pool but it was closed whilst we were there, and to be honest it was a little cold for swimming! There was a hot tub, but we never got round to using it, and they have laundry facilities as well.

We booked via Mammoth Premier Reservations. It cost $1359 (about £755) for the week so divided by 4 it was about £180 - if more people had stayed with us it would have been even cheaper!

We were a 5 minute walk to the gondola in the main village which takes you up to the mountain. It's uphil walk to the village but this gets you nice and warmed up, and on the plus side it's all downhill on the way back!!

The village is where a lot of bars and restaurants are so again it's only about a 5 minute walk to them.

The views of the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains from our living room was great - especially as every morning bar one the sun was shining across them!

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written June 6, 2005
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