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This is a nice place. Friendly staff, clean rooms, coffee in the morning, centrally located.I stayed one night during a recent photography workshop. The wifi is a bit slow, but all the wifi from Death Valley to Lee Vining is slow, so be prepared to...More
Response from Tevis V, Guest Relations at Travelodge BishopResponded 21 November 2015
Thank you for the Five Star review of our Travelodge. We are pleased to learn that you enjoyed your visit with us, and we look forward to having you stay with us again, the next time you come to California's beautiful Eastern Sierra Mountains!
US$62 - US$135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from tracy383 | Property representative |
Hi! No need for concern, we do our best to keep the little legged critters outside where they belong. Every month we have a pest control company spray the property. We look forward to you staying with us!
We had no bugs what so ever. I can't speak for Bishop specifically, but there was a wide area (from Bridgeport to Death Valley and Ridgecrest) that had a seasonal infestation of Boxelder bugs. They are not spiders or bed... More
We had no bugs what so ever. I can't speak for Bishop specifically, but there was a wide area (from Bridgeport to Death Valley and Ridgecrest) that had a seasonal infestation of Boxelder bugs. They are not spiders or bed bugs or ants or fleas or such. They are just a high desert bug that hatches at certain times, in certain conditions. They have a 7-10 day life span and when they're out, they are OUT, especially at night when they are attracted to lights. I'm not sure what bugs the other reviewers are talking about but I suspect they are referring to the Boxelder since it was a problem when I was out there although not while I was in Bishop.