Best Hotels in Mammoth Lakes, California

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6 November 2020

Mammoth in name and mammoth in size – this expanse of valleys and lakes in California boasts some seriously big mountains with over 3,500 acres (1,416ha) of skiing and snowboarding trails, making it a must-visit winter destination. Find the best hotels in the area with our helpful guide.

Village Lodge

Lodge
4.4/5 (898 Reviews)
Village Lodge
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Now from $172 per night

Located in the heart of Mammoth Lakes, just minutes from all the restaurants and shops, this lodge is all about homely winter vibes. The welcoming condos range in size from studio to three-bedroom, making it perfect for family ski trips or groups of friends. After a day on the slopes, pick up a s’mores kit from reception and gather around one of the three outdoor firepits to roast the treats in the fresh mountain air. If the weather turns, spend an afternoon in the games room, which offers board games, PlayStation4, Xbox One and coin-operated arcade games.

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Juniper Springs Resort

Resort
4.3/5 (862 Reviews)
Juniper Springs
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Price Drop
Now from $142 per night

This family-friendly ski-in, ski-out resort takes the hassle out of a ski holiday. It’s located at the base of the Eagle Express and is directly next door to the Eagle base lodge, which caters for all your ski resort needs. The condos and townhouses offer all the conveniences of home, including a kitchen, dining area and intimate lounge with a fireplace. If you’re feeling the effects of a day on the slopes, relax in one of the six hot tubs, or go for a dip in one of the two heated outdoor pool, which are open year-round.

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  • Westin Monache

    Resort
    4.5/5 (976 Reviews)
    Westin Monache
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    Price Drop
    Now from $226 per night

    Immerse yourself in the beauty of Mammoth Lakes’ majestic mountains at the Westin Monache. The spacious rooms, which range from studio to two-bedroom suites, overlook the picturesque mountains, and all feature a fireplace for chilly evenings. The Whitebark Restaurant, Bar & Lounge also has views over snow-laden trees, and offers guests a widely varied international menu with a focus on alpine comfort food. There’s also a 24-hour fitness center, so you can fit in a workout at your convenience.

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    Alpenhof Lodge

    Lodge
    4.2/5 (890 Reviews)
    Alpenhof Lodge
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    Price Drop
    Now from $113 per night

    This European chalet-style lodge is full of character. Choose from either a spacious king room or one of the timber-clad two-bedroom cabins, which boast full kitchens and gas fireplaces in the living area. There are two on-site options for dining, which are popular with both guests and visitors: Petra’s Bistro & Wine Bar offers relaxed dining, over 30 wines by the glass and hand-crafted cocktails, while the Clocktower Cellar is a casual pub with foosball tables, a pool table and one of the area’s best multi-tap beer and whiskey bars.

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    Mammoth Mountain Inn

    Inn
    3.8/5 (919 Reviews)
    Mammoth Mountain Inn
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    Price Drop
    Now from $126 per night

    If you’re looking for convenient access to Mammoth Lakes’ mountains, look no further than Mammoth Mountain Inn. Located at the base of Mammoth Mountain, just across from the ski area’s Main Lodge, this ski-in, ski-out inn is ideally located for accessing the slopes. Accommodation ranges from the affordable Queen Hotel Room, to the upscale Pinnacle Suite, which sleeps up to eight guests in three bedrooms and features a full kitchen, and dining and living areas. Grab a hearty meal at the Mountainside Bar & Grill, or pick up snacks and food to go in the lobby general store.

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