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The hotel is not fancy but it met our basic needs. We were out most of the day exploring Sequoia so just needed a clean place to sleep and shower. We found the free wifi here to be spotty. We noticed that the internet would...More
Nothing special about this hotel. They have a nice breakfast in the morning with a fair amount of options. The staff seems very nice. However, the hotel rooms show their age a little bit, particularly the bathrooms. While the bathrooms are generally clean, the fixtures...More
It is 10:55 and it is official. This IS the worst bed in the US. Even taking a pain killer med still can’t take the edge off of how painful the sleep is. Come on. And I am paying for this? I am seriously going...More
This is a pleasant place to stay in. It includes a workout room with dry sauna. Also, a full breakfast is included. But everyday it has the same items. We had a jacuzzi tub room. It worked fine, but was it loud!! The electric start...More
Front desk awesome and professional. Breakfast buffet was super, with better than average variety including fresh scrambled eggs, sausage, juices, muffins, breads, and WAFFLES. Only 5 minutes from the entrance to Sequoia National Park. Rooms are updated with new TV, and comfy beds.
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the... More
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the vehicle at all time when visiting the Park.