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Sequoia Kings Canyon Lodge Squaw Valley

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Reviewed 21 October 2010

After arriving in Sequoia and pitching our tent the heavens opened then it got cold and miserable. With just enough light we decided to pack up and head for a motel along with many others judging by the convoy we had on the way down. After about an hours driving the rain had stopped and the sky had cleared and...

Thank mike_1709
Reviewed 22 June 2009

Very expensive for what it offers, very old, run down, dirty! The walls are paper thin and you hear everything that is happening in the room next door. Squaw Valley is a very small place with nothing to do. Unless you have to stay here, don't! Stay in the National Park or go to Visalia or Tulare where you have...

Thank arianatravel
Swindon, United Kingdom
Reviewed 18 June 2009

Having booked this motel some time ago, certainly before the April 09 review below, we were somewhat surprised and disappointed on our arrival at the motel. It certainly didn't look like the photos on the website and we thought that we'd made a big mistake. The room was just about big enough to accommodate the bed but we would have...

Thank Baarby
Reviewed 24 April 2009

We read the reviews and decided to give it a go and stay just one night - it sounded intriguing but after arriving at the motel we could hardly wait to leave again. Decrepit and dilapidated. It wasn't dirty, just awful and we certainly didn't feel at all comfortable there and at $75,-- comparatively overpriced. We booked a room with...

Thank mike3513
Santa Cruz, CA
Reviewed 10 October 2007

Cute little place just outside of the park. We were going to camp but got snowed out, Squaw Valley Motel was an excellent alternative for the night! Friendly and helpful owners, and their 3 adorable cats roamed about the place and sat on the front stoop. Extremely affordable for any budget. Small rooms with the most basic amenities, no coffee...

2Thank ladygreeneyes13
Reviewed 27 August 2007

This is a great place to stay just a half hour from the entrance to Kings Canyon and felt really safe and friendly. The owners were helpful and really cared about the place. The other guests were chatty and all were headed to the parks: from all over the world. My teen daughters loved sitting outside (the weather was gorgeous)...

2Thank ineedmycoffee2
Los Angeles
Reviewed 12 August 2007

It was ok - the usual run-of-the-mill rural motel. It wasn't dirty and I felt they worked to keep it acceptable. The owner was nice but I found him to be a slightly opinionated and a little short on people skills. This is probably through no fault of his own. Still, it bothered me enough to write this review. In...

1Thank Doc12
Reviewed 6 November 2006

Room was very clean but also very very small and you could hear the people in the room next door as there was an interconnecting door. Owners very friendly and the cats very cute. Breakfast of coffee, toast, fruit and beautiful danishes served outside. Went to Bear Mountain Pizza for dinner (the only place close) and it was great. Good...

2Thank Butteryville
Salida, Colorado
Reviewed 20 July 2006

Very nice for the price. You can tell the owners had a lot of work to do when they purchased this place, but the work has paid off. An OK breakfast is included in a nice little outdoor seating area. They have comfy beds and simple rooms that function just fine. They have a pretty nice swimming pool as well....

4Thank ASK2
Austin, Texas
Reviewed 27 June 2006

I agree with the other reviews on this site about this motel regarding the comfy beds and nice owners. I will add these thoughts: 1. The kids will love the ultra-friendly cats. They love getting attention and never bit or scratched. 2. The continental breakfast amounted to nothing more than grocery store-bought donuts, coffee, and delicious orange wedges. This was...

2Thank Mighty_Road_Warrior

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Additional Information about Sequoia Kings Canyon Lodge Squaw Valley

Address: 30894 E.Kings Canyon Road, Highway 180, Squaw Valley, CA 93675-9601 (Formerly Squaw Valley Motel)
Region: United States > California > Squaw Valley
Number of rooms: 8
Also Known As:
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“Ask for whatever you need when you check in. Front office is closed mornings.”
JanetM729, 16 Aug 2015 | Read review
“Always ask if your room has had pets - unless you don't mind what has been on your bed.”
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“none go back 20 miles”
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“Make sure you view the room before committing. There are rooms at the back of the property which may be quieter than ours was at the front.”
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