See why so many travellers make Double Eagle Resort and Spa their resort of choice when visiting June Lake. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and a kitchenette, and you can stay connected during your stay as Double Eagle Resort and Spa offers guests free wifi.
Plus, Double Eagle Resort and Spa offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of June Lake's popular ribs restaurants such as Eagle's Landing Restaurant and Carson Peak Inn, all a short distance from Double Eagle Resort and Spa.
If you are interested in exploring June Lake, check out one of the marinas, such as June Lake Marina and Grant Lake Marina.
At Double Eagle Resort and Spa, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to June Lake.
This accommodation is set in beautiful surroundings and was relaxing to visit, unfortunately our stay was blighted by issues. The reception staff were kind enough to email (As we were arriving late and had no cell service) to let us know how to retrieve our keys, as they close at a set time. On our arrival at approximately 22:20, we were met by patrons leaving the closing bar. One gentleman insisted we were his Uber ride home, and was quite persistent. There were no staff to assist so the situation was laughed off. We stayed in a cabin of four apartments. The accommodations were clean and furnished well. The apartment did not have aircon, but did contain a gas fired cast iron stove. The pilot was lit (In June!) and it still pumped out heat, this may have been acceptable if it wasn’t 80F outside! In addition, the fridge located in the room was convenient but loud. We had another apartment located on top of ours, whilst you could not hear anything at a conversation level, footsteps and mobile phone vibrations were noticeable. We went to the on-site restaurant the next day for breakfast and the Spa and both were of good standard with friendly staff. The Spa facilities are included in the price of the accommodation and well worth a visit. We also decided to revisit the restaurant for dinner that evening, we were attended by a evidently young waiter but his recommendations and service could not be faulted. The food was below average for price and what you’d expect. The main downfall of this stay was the experience after. Whilst nearing the end of our meal we informed the waiter that we would likely move to the bar for our next drinks. On arrival to the bar at around 21:00, we were refused service by the bar maid on the grounds the bar had closed (Even though there were at minimum three groups eating and drinking). What was even more disappointing, our comments were not only dismissed but met with an aggressive reaction. Her etiquette and customer service was non-existent. Whilst I understand there is a time to close, I can’t see how we were harassed the night before over an hour after the bar had closed. Unfortuantely this experience and her attitude, without apology, means we would not chose to stay here again in the future, no matter how beautiful the surroundings.…
This was our second time renting a cabin at Double Eagle Resort. As a family of 5 we enjoy the resort because it offers the best of both worlds- a private cabin and resort amenities. Onsite amenities we appreciate are the pool and spa, gym, fishing pond and onsite restaurant. With the cabin we like the fact that it comes equipped with everything you need from kitchen necessities, bbq, outdoor table and chairs, etc. The only con for this resort would be the price because it is considerable more money compared to other cabin rentals in the June Lake area.
The resort setting and grounds are lovely, the spa is well-maintained and the rooms well-appointed, but there is not the same attention to detail that makes a resort hum. Confusion around check-in time, a bed that needs fixing,menu shortages all need some tlc.Not as wonderful as I remembered.
Beautiful setting and great access to surrounding areas, but reception and food service so poorly executed its tough to be positive about Double Eagle. Staff while positive and well intended seem to have no direction or supervision. It was as if the property just opened and they were struggling to find their rhythm. Rooms are clean and quaint but poorly lit and in need of freshening. Based on prior reviews and price point we expected a lot more. No need to go back for stay or restaurant any time soon.
A very lovely location. Am I being overly sensitive? But now with COVID, I feel that this pandemic has given those in the hospitality industry a way out- guests should never be responsible for emptying trash cans, gathering linens and washing dishes, etc. And if we are trying to be hyper clean, do I really want the last guest to wash my dishes? Seems illogical. And please replace the threadbare towels that we are supposed to gather- strings hanging.
My family and I truly enjoyed our stay the 4th of July weekend in a cabin at Double Eagle Resort. The resort is very well taken care of with lovely grounds including a large fishing pond, indoor swimming pool, day spa, and on site restaurant. We stayed in a 2 bedroom cabin which backed up to the forest and had an awesome deck with table and chairs and a BBQ. The cabin had a kitchen with full refrigerator, oven/stove, microwave and sink. My only con for the cabin was the beds were pretty broken down and hard to sleep in. The master's King bed was uneven and so worn down that my husband and I had to sleep with our head at the foot of the bed in order to sleep, as the head of the bed was lower then the bottom of the bed from being used for so long. While it didn't bother us too much, travelers should be aware this resort hosts weddings and it is some what of a hindrance to guests. While the ceremony took place on the lawn, our access was blocked to go to the pool and spa area and then the reception was very loud with music until 10 pm. Travelers with children should also be aware that children under 14 are only allowed into the pool from 11:30-1:30 and 4:30-6:30. We were able to make it work but it was an inconvenience to not be able to use at certain times we would have and generally the pool was totally empty during the non-kid hours during our stay. Lastly, as with many places, due to covid there is no cleaning services to the room during your stay. You may request extra supplies (t.p., towels, etc.) and they will deliver them to you.…
Nestled in the woods with great views of the eastern Sierra mountains. Accommodations are cabin style, we had 2 BR's, LR, and kitchen, all nicely appointed. Bed was a bit squishy but comfortable. The facilities also have a nice gym, spa, and restaurant. The location is close to June Lake, Silver Lake, and our favorite Mono Lake.
This place is one of my favorite places!! Been going for a few years now and always have the best time! The Gym, Spa and Dining restaurant are near perfect! You could lounge at the resort all day and don't feel you need to go anywhere. Seriously! Really can't say enough, I truly enjoyed this getaway. The backdrop of the Mountains and so Close to Mammoth is just wonderful.
I'm a bit late writing this review but we loved our stay here in june/July 2020. It was our first stay anywhere during covid and we felt very safe. The hotel had minimal occupancy and everything felt very clean. We stayed for 4 nights in an upstairs king room. I loved how we parked right outside our room and the spacious room. It was a little dated but very comfortable. Lovely lake view, quiet and relaxing. Location for the lakes and Yosemite was perfect. We got takeout each night from the restaurant, the burger was amazing, possibly the best I've had!!
Amazing staff hooked us up proper after a booking mixup through expedia. My group (4 motorcyclists) rolled into town around 8pm, hungry and tired, only to find out our room had been given away because of a communication error between them and expedia. Even though the resort was 'fully booked', the staff hooked us up with the "guest house"—a full 3 BR house with plenty of space. Panic averted. We managed to sneak in a couple hours at the restaurant before it closed—amazing staff, delicious food (try the spicy pasta!). Being dark as we rolled into town, we had no idea what surrounded us when we woke up in the morning—what a surprise. Nestled in tight amongst towering rock mountains. Thank you to everyone that helped make our evening in JL a great one. I'll be back.