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Mammoth Mountain Inn

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

At well under $300 per night this was a great value considering many of the other locations that were centrally located were charging close to double that. All the standard amenities with skiing literally just across the street. You're able to go back to the hotel for lunch and even sit down.

The hotel is in a great location and can’t be beat. Convenient and close to the gondola and lifts. However, the hotel is very dated and in need of a renovation. It’s run down and too expensive for the condition it is in. Check in was quick and easy. The room was dated and the walls were thin. I thought my neighbors above were going to come through the ceiling. Room size was adequate and The king bed was comfy. The hotel dining was decent at best. You pay fine dining prices for below average food and service. My server had the personality of a peanut. She didn’t smile and was unfriendly and based on her Demeanor I think she needed the day off and probably shouldn’t work in hospitality at all. The food was not enjoyable and expensive. Overall, I would definitely not stay here again. My preference next time will be a condo. The Only downside to condo accommodations - driving to the mountain or taking a local bus to the lifts to find parking is a nuisance.

This hotel is at a great location to main lodge, however the rooms are very dated and staff is lack luster. It was snowing and all the underground parking was taken when I arrived. The parking lot was not adequately cleared even though they had several snow plows. I got stuck in a snow bank trying to park and received no help from the staff. It was dark, low light and 7 pm. One staff member gave me a shovel then walked away. It took me about an hour to get my car into the parking spot. When I woke up, the snow plow completely pushed 6 feet of snow behind my car. I again had to borrow a shovel and dig out. I was really shocked at the lack of help from anyone at the resort. This resort is missing a huge opportunity to leave a positive impression on their guests. Fortunately we had great time on the slopes.

This place is right where all the action is at Main Lodge! We were able to roll out of bed and right onto the slopes which was pretty awesome! One thing I learned though, is that Main has mostly more advanced runs with only a few, very small bunny hills so i you're a beginner you might want to stay closer to Canyon and the Village. The room was super small but it was fine for just a few days. It could use an upgrade though (stains on the ceiling/walls, old furniture, etc.). The beds were super comfy though and great pillows so that was nice. I wish we were in the main building that would have been better. We were in a smaller building off to the right that was a short walk away. We were on the 2nd story too and there weren't elevators which was surprising and disappointing. Walking stairs in the altitude is tough. The main building has a cute fireplace to hangout at, restaurant and bar with a view of the slopes, and the hot tubs are over there. The hot tubs were pretty nice. There were 4 to choose from, 3 small inside and one larger one outside and a heated swimming pool too. Some of the staff were a bit grumpy but most were nice and helpful. All in all, I'd stay here again but I wouldn't pay a premium too, I'll look for deals.

While the location is ideal for in and out skiing, the hotel is badly in need of a new owner to remodel the tired facilities, to hire more experienced staff and to improve the very mediocre food. The current average rating of 3.6 stars is too generous in my opinion.

Hotel staffs are very friendly Facilities are very bad and old

Used to better quality hotels. This is at best 2 star Food quality and service low/medium Hotel condition aged and in need of renovation They have a captive market for those who wish to ski in ski out

A little dated but a very friendly staff. Rooms were very comfy and cozy. A bit pricy but there aren't many places to choose from. Ski lift and activities are near by.

Mammoth Mountain Inn is a ski resort, which we did not know when we made the reservation. We were taking a road trip in July and decided this would be a good place to stop. We booked a 2 bedroom room. The full kitchen and living room are one large room. There are 2 bathrooms plus a wall bed in addition to the 2 separate bedrooms. The room is very spacious. The building has a bit of a dated feel, but is clean. We did laundry and I thought the laundry room is a bit small for such a large facility. The laundry machines are fairly new. The Inn has a wonderful lodge where you check in and a very good restaurant. We only stayed 2 nights and would like to come again for a bit longer stay.

Uneven Temperature in room, started out nice with windows open but the hallways were very hot, so room got warm during the night. TV had issues but was fixed by excellent maintenance man. Hotel looks very dated.

The space was good two bedroom plus loft and three bathroom. We had a kitchen. Living room and dining room. However, the place did jot have AC and it was in the middle of summer July 30 to 31. It was very uncomfortable. Also, the place needed some renovation. The curtains were ripped, the carpet torn and the walls were peeling. I could overlook that but the AC issue is really something to consider

The only good thing I have to say is that the Aveda amenties were very nice

We were looking for a place to sleep for the night in Mammoth Lakes that would make it easy to also go on a walk and eat dinner and have some drinks without having to drive anywhere else. There was a convenient bar/restaurant in the hotel lobby area which overlooked the ski hill, which did the job. We enjoyed our experience, but it was a little disappointing that this was our ONLY option, as all of the other facilities closed at 3pm. I guess the summer season doesn't see as much traffic as ski season. The other surprising thing was that our room didn't have any air conditioning. Due to the age of the facility, central air isn't an option, so all rooms have a fan you can use if you choose. It was almost 100 degrees, so this was a little shocking considering the price of the room... The fan did help cool the room well, but since we were on the ground floor, we did not feel comfortable keeping our window open at night, so we did find it difficult to sleep because we were extremely hot. Overall I would recommend this hotel due to its convenience of amenities, but I do think it's a little overpriced (at least for the summer time).

Room room location to the resort was excellent the rooms could definitely use a remodel but overall we had a great time

Staff couldn't be better! Hotel a bit run down, so housekeeping can only clean so much! Love the convenience. Would've preferred to stay in main lodge with lobby/fireplace/food/store.

Wow wake up and ski Ski world central If ur serious about skiing stay here If u want luxery go to beverly hills Amazing skiing intensity Snowmobiling next door 150 yrds Upper end crowd Loved it Will be back with both young and old kids very soon Great skiing conditions this season Diamox helped alot too

Time to replant. This once great resort needs some investment and attention. The location of this resort is outstanding. The Carpeting, floors, walls, trim and paint are warn. This was obviously a great resort in its time but time for now has won the battle. Walking down the halls I noticed the floor had dips in it. The stairs were banged up. The hallway carpeting needs to be replaced. The hallway walls are banged up from ski's and boots. The floor molding in the bathroom we had was peeling off. There was no A/C in August and the room was too hot. The good -- Beds were very comfortable. Pool and hot tubs were nice but there needs to be a light on the outside entrance to the pool area. You cannot see where to put the room key it is pitch black from the outside. Another side note $20.00 per night resort fee is disappointing. California also has a tourist assessment tax and a occupancy tax.

The hotel picture look much better then the place. We arrived at 8:30p.m. and by the time we were checked in all restaurant were closed. We close the hotel because of the list of available place on resort. Ended up having to drive into town to eat.

Staff was great. Room very comfortable. Shuttle to sites very helpful. Fireplace in Lodge was relaxing. Hot tubs were awesome for sore hiking legs. Wish we could have stayed longer.

Has an excellent time at mamoth lakes. The service was great and the staff very friendly!

10400 Minaret Rd. Mammoth Lakes CA

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Ski-in/ski-out access

Sierra Star Golf Course is within a mile (2 km) of Mammoth Mountain Inn, and other popular sites like Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 213-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, ski-in/ski-out access, and an outdoor pool. It's in the mountains and also 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Mammoth Ski Museum.


Dining

You can enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the onsite restaurant for a bite to eat. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a full breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

The 213 rooms have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, free newspapers, and free local calls. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also available.


Property features

Mammoth Mountain Inn features ski-in/ski-out access, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. There's free parking, as well as a free airport shuttle at scheduled times. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this ski hotel include a spa tub, a sauna, and a rooftop terrace.

Guest reviews for Mammoth Mountain Inn

Everyone (16) Couples (23) Family (35) Friends (7) Other (10)
4

great value compared to many of the other options

Everyone

At well under $300 per night this was a great value considering many of the other locations that were centrally located were charging close to double that. All the standard amenities with skiing literally just across the street. You're able to go back to the hotel for lunch and even sit down.

By , from Fremont, CA on Apr 7, 2018

2

below average stay

Everyone

The hotel is in a great location and can’t be beat. Convenient and close to the gondola and lifts. However, the hotel is very dated and in need of a renovation. It’s run down and too expensive for the condition it is in. Check in was quick and easy. The room was dated and the walls were thin. I thought my neighbors above were going to come through the ceiling. Room size was adequate and The king bed was comfy. The hotel dining was decent at best. You pay fine dining prices for below average food and service. My server had the personality of a peanut. She didn’t smile and was unfriendly and based on her Demeanor I think she needed the day off and probably shouldn’t work in hospitality at all. The food was not enjoyable and expensive. Overall, I would definitely not stay here again. My preference next time will be a condo. The Only downside to condo accommodations - driving to the mountain or taking a local bus to the lifts to find parking is a nuisance.

By on Mar 27, 2018

3

disappointed with service

Everyone

This hotel is at a great location to main lodge, however the rooms are very dated and staff is lack luster. It was snowing and all the underground parking was taken when I arrived. The parking lot was not adequately cleared even though they had several snow plows. I got stuck in a snow bank trying to park and received no help from the staff. It was dark, low light and 7 pm. One staff member gave me a shovel then walked away. It took me about an hour to get my car into the parking spot. When I woke up, the snow plow completely pushed 6 feet of snow behind my car. I again had to borrow a shovel and dig out. I was really shocked at the lack of help from anyone at the resort. This resort is missing a huge opportunity to leave a positive impression on their guests. Fortunately we had great time on the slopes.

By , from carlsbad, ca on Mar 5, 2018

4

great for ski-in-ski-out that's for sure!

Everyone

This place is right where all the action is at Main Lodge! We were able to roll out of bed and right onto the slopes which was pretty awesome! One thing I learned though, is that Main has mostly more advanced runs with only a few, very small bunny hills so i you're a beginner you might want to stay closer to Canyon and the Village. The room was super small but it was fine for just a few days. It could use an upgrade though (stains on the ceiling/walls, old furniture, etc.). The beds were super comfy though and great pillows so that was nice. I wish we were in the main building that would have been better. We were in a smaller building off to the right that was a short walk away. We were on the 2nd story too and there weren't elevators which was surprising and disappointing. Walking stairs in the altitude is tough. The main building has a cute fireplace to hangout at, restaurant and bar with a view of the slopes, and the hot tubs are over there. The hot tubs were pretty nice. There were 4 to choose from, 3 small inside and one larger one outside and a heated swimming pool too. Some of the staff were a bit grumpy but most were nice and helpful. All in all, I'd stay here again but I wouldn't pay a premium too, I'll look for deals.

By , from Costa Mesa, CA on Feb 27, 2018

2

close to the slopes but not worth it

Everyone

While the location is ideal for in and out skiing, the hotel is badly in need of a new owner to remodel the tired facilities, to hire more experienced staff and to improve the very mediocre food. The current average rating of 3.6 stars is too generous in my opinion.

By , from Los Angeles on Jun 30, 2017

2
Everyone

Hotel staffs are very friendly Facilities are very bad and old

By on Mar 20, 2017

3

convenient for ski in ski out

Everyone

Used to better quality hotels. This is at best 2 star Food quality and service low/medium Hotel condition aged and in need of renovation They have a captive market for those who wish to ski in ski out

By on Mar 13, 2017

4

cozy with beautiful views for skiers

Everyone

A little dated but a very friendly staff. Rooms were very comfy and cozy. A bit pricy but there aren't many places to choose from. Ski lift and activities are near by.

By , from Vegas on Oct 7, 2016

4

huge room

Everyone

Mammoth Mountain Inn is a ski resort, which we did not know when we made the reservation. We were taking a road trip in July and decided this would be a good place to stop. We booked a 2 bedroom room. The full kitchen and living room are one large room. There are 2 bathrooms plus a wall bed in addition to the 2 separate bedrooms. The room is very spacious. The building has a bit of a dated feel, but is clean. We did laundry and I thought the laundry room is a bit small for such a large facility. The laundry machines are fairly new. The Inn has a wonderful lodge where you check in and a very good restaurant. We only stayed 2 nights and would like to come again for a bit longer stay.

By , from Arizona on Sep 1, 2016

3

uneven temperature in room, tv had issues

Everyone

Uneven Temperature in room, started out nice with windows open but the hallways were very hot, so room got warm during the night. TV had issues but was fixed by excellent maintenance man. Hotel looks very dated.

By , from chicago on Aug 14, 2016