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Alpenhof Lodge

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Located in the heart of Mammoth just across the street from the Village at Mammoth. Steps to the Village Gondola for access to Mammoth Mtn. Ski Area during the winter months and less than an hour away from the gates to Yosemite via Tioga Pass in the summer months. Amenities include free WI-FI, complimentary continental breakfast, free parking, jacuzzi and sauna (winter) and outdoor swimming pool (summer only). We offer a variety of room types, from Single Queen or King rooms to 2 bedroom cottages with kitchens, to suit your needs.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Laundry Service
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor pool
Self-Serve Laundry
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Non-smoking rooms
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Grade: 55 out of 100
18Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
3Attractionswithin 0.5 km
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Loved the location, comfy bed, clean room and good breakfast. Liked the.baseboard heating, no noisy fan blowing hot air. Window could be opened. Wi-Fi was poor. The bathroom area was a bit small, the sink low as was the shower head. The two men who checked us in were abrupt
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Very charming hotel, you really get the alp-feeling. Great location with the village just a 5-minute walk away. Friendly staff, clean rooms and excellent breakfast. The hotel also has a cool bar downstairs. Overall, really good value for money, highly recommended.
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Response from geninfo, General Manager at Alpenhof Lodge
Responded 10 Nov 2018
Thank you. We are glad that you had an enjoyable stay!
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Stayed for 4 nights in early March, skied Mammoth 3 days. Very short walk across and just down the street to the Village Gondola -- easy to do in ski boots -- which takes you up to the lifts at the Canyon Lodge. Our first-floor room at the Lodge was a good size, with
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The worst wifi I've experienced in a hotel anywhere in the world in about the last 10 years. First receptionist told me the town didn't have anough bandwidth for all the visitors and if I wanted good wifi I should go to a business center up the street, which just kind of
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This is my 42nd season in Mammoth and we always try and stay here at least once a season. It is always consistently a great experience. Most of the reviews key on the location, which is great, but we are always impressed by the warmth of the family and service by all the
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Two Queens with kitchen
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Does anyone know what time breakfast is served each day?
I was there August 2017. If I recall correctly, breakfast starts at 7 and runs to 9 a.m. They have hot coffee and water for tea in the lobby for early risers to take to their rooms. Note breakfast is continental, German style: various breads, butter and jams, sliced cheeses and ham, hard boiled eggs, yoghurt, fruit, cold cereal and hot oatmeal. Enjoy!
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Mammoth Lakes is a hub for outdoor activities: hiking and biking especially. There are a number of trails you can day hike and dedicated trails for biking (you cannot bike on hiking trails). The town provides free trolley transportation to many of the trailheads as well as bus service to some of the main trailheads for a small price (get a multi day pass and save $), The Alpenhof is across the Village where you catch most of the buses and trolleys so you are well situated. The hotel will have the town map with the trolley routes. The trolleys also have maps. On day one, take the trolley to the Visitor Centre on Main Street to plan your day hikes with a Ranger and get a map so you do not get lost! Day hikes include Devil's Postpile, Rainbow Falls, Minaret Falls or you can take the trolley to Lake Mary and hike up to Duck Pass and back. There are many trails you can do in this area. Mammoth Lakes is a great place to vacation if you like the outdoors.
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we are located on the East side of the Sierra's about 45 minutes drive from the Yosemite gate via Tioga Pass. Yosemite Valley is about a 2 hour drive from us.
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I will be visiting during September. Is there hiking, Kayaking, biking, near by?
The June Lake Loop is close with a neat little hike out to Parker Lake. Also, check out Devil's Postpile Monument and the hike to Rainbow Falls. Maybe in September, you'll be seeing the beginning of fall colors. We were there in October last year and the colors were beautiful, especially along the June Lake Loop.
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"Close to lobby if you want wifi"
"Get a King fireplace room, its roomy and relaxing"
"The hotel has 2 floors. The second floor has stairs to the rooms."
"Free shuttles to the places around, lakes and mountain"
"We had a first floor room which was great."
US$103 - US$215 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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