Ideal for couples, group of friends or families who want self-catered ski accommodation right were the action is
There are five hot tubs hidden throughout the property
Kids love the in-hotel arcade and movie room
The on-site restaurant, Smokeyard BBQ and Chop Shop, is known for its ribs and wings
Keep on the lookout for the various wildlife that stops by the hotel, including many deer
What you need to know
Located in the heart of the Village at Mammoth, the property is within walking distance to several restaurants, shops, and bakeries.
Distance to Chairlift
Ski in/Ski out to Village Gondola
The property is located at the heart of The Village with everything you need within walking distance. There is a complimentary bus service called Eastern Sierra Transit which travels between the property and downtown Mammoth Lakes. The closest Purple Line bus stop is a 2 minute walk from the property. The service runs every 30 minutes from 7 AM to 6 PM.
Lift tickets can be picked up at Mountain Center Ticket Office (Located at the Mountain Center at The Village at Mammoth), which is a 3 minute walk from the property.
Rentals can be picked up from Mountain Center Rentals in The Village (Base of Village Gondola), which is a 3 minute walk from the property.
The closest grocery store is Busy Beez General Store which is a 2 minute walk from the property. For more options, visit Vons Grocery Store which is a 6 minute drive from the property. There are complimentary bus services that make a stop here.
Check-in time is between 4:00 PM and anytime
Minimum check-in age - 18
Check-out before 11:00 AM
Special check-in instructions
Front desk staff will greet guests on arrival. Seasonal Road Closure Notice: HWY 120 (Tioga Pass) generally closes for the winter from late October through late June. Daily closures can also occur during periods of inclement weather in spring and fall. The Eastern entrance to Yosemite National Park is located 45 minutes from Mammoth Lakes. Yosemite's Eastern Gate or Tuolumne Meadows is not accessible when Tioga Pass is closed. All other Yosemite National Park entrances are open year round. Guests are advised to check local road conditions/closures before travel with the California Department of Transportation at www.dot.ca.gov or by calling 800-427-7623.