Just because you’ve travelled to experience some of the most spectacular natural beauty in all of America doesn’t mean you have to give up all the comforts you enjoy at home, and thanks to Mammoth Lakes’ world class resorts you can mix in a few extra luxuries to your home comforts!
It doesn’t matter when you’re visiting Mammoth Lakes, while here you’ll have several resorts ready to provide you the most comfortable stay possible. To help you decide which resort is right for you based on what you came to Mammoth Lakes to do, we’ve put together a list of a few of Mammoth Lakes’ resorts. Check them out below and book your lodging today!
Mammoth Mountain Lodging
Whether you found an excellent lift and lodging package or just want to stay in some of the best lodgings in all of Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain offers several resort options all over Mammoth Lakes.
The Village Lodge
If you came to enjoy the entire town of Mammoth Lakes and not just the mountain, then the Village Lodge is a great option due to its location in the heart of the Village. While easy access to the mountain is only steps away thanks to the village gondola that takes riders to the mountain’s base during the winter, the Village lodge is also next to Mammoth Lakes’ best shopping dining, and scenic attractions. The Village Lodge offers studio condos, 3 bedroom deluxe condos, and everything in between.
Mammoth Mountain Inn
What’s better than being able to ski in and out of your hotel?
If you’re having a hard time answering, you can see why the Mammoth Mountain Inn located on Mammoth Mountain’s base offers 216 units in three buildings. Being able to ski in and out of your hotel is not all that makes the Mammoth Mountain Inn a skier and snowboarder’s dream though, as the Mammoth Mountain Inn also offers in-room rental service. If you reserve the in-room rental service, a rental technician will come to your room and fit your boots, adjust your ski or snowboards, and have your gear waiting for you on the snow. The Mammoth Mountain Inn offers hotel rooms, condos, and even a private chalet and suite that sleeps up to 8 guests.
When it comes to Mammoth Mountain Lodging, there isn’t a better place to appreciate the beauty of the Eastern Sierras than Tamarack Lodge.
Tamarack Lodge is 2.5 miles from Mammoth Lakes, but once there you’ll be able to fully appreciate the Eastern Sierras thanks to the spectacular views, easy access to trails, and mountain charm of the lodge itself. To add to the secluded feel of Tamarack Lodge, the accommodations are made up of 35 private cabins centered around the historic lodge with rooms for guests of its own. Thanks to its location on the shore of Twin Lakes, Tamarack Lodge is an excellent option in summer as well as winter.
Juniper Springs Resort
Like Mammoth Mountain Inn, Juniper Springs Resort offers hard to beat convenience for skiers and snowboarders. Juniper Springs Resort even offers the same in-room rental service, but the main difference is its location next to Eagle Lodge and their room accommodation offerings which range from studios all the way to 3-bedroom townhouses.
The Westin Monache Resort
If a more traditional resort complete with heated pools and the benefits of staying with a nation-wide resort chain is what you need, then book a room at the Westin Monache Resort. Although the walk to the Village Gondola is longer than from the Village Lodge, the Westin Monache offers a ski valet to transport your gear to the gondola to get you on the mountain as quickly as possible!
Don’t forget to check on airport shuttles to your resort, you can find a post about it here.