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I have been coming to Lone Pine for the past 40 years. never in all that time have I ever stayed in such a disgusting place. if it hadn't been prepaid I would have slept in the street or in my car at PortugueJoe campground....More
The Mt. Whitney is a small, old-fashioned mom & pop place near the north end of Main Street (Hwy 395) with a classic neon sign. This stretch of street and the neon sign make a quick appearance near the beginning of the recent movie “Desert...More
A relatively clean room with enough bed space. Nothing more, nothing less. The smallest pool ever, with lots of dead insects in it. Our travel companions payed slightly more to stay at the Comfort Inn, and it seemed like they got more value for money.
we stopped here as a detour to death valley (heard about Lone Pine and like to see 'real cowboy' towns
room ws clean and comfortable. we asked for more coffee and were promised some but it didn't arrive, however as we only stayed the night...More
We spent a night at the Mt. Whitney Motel after a day at Death Valley. It seems to be a family owned place, and while the room we had was small, it had all the amenities that a chain has. Our room had a TV,...More
US$122 - US$156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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