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out of 34 reviews
Staff and all very helpfull. We even arrived late 2Pm and they were there to help
“strongly recommend this hotel in this area.”
very clean room and nice service. We felt comfortable there. It takes around 40 min. to go to Mammoth.
“quite & safe”
take 40 mins to go to mammoth.
This place was a lot nicer than the place we stayed in Mammoth for a third of the cost!
Perfect place. Pool with warm water actualy at winter. Close to Yosemite
“Pleasant Surprise! Great Value.”
Very pleasant surprise! Great value for the price. The rooms were a lot bigger than I expected and the beds were very comfortable. Had many amenities that do not normally accompany the price level (fridge, coffee maker, marble sink countertops) and great water pressure. The outside of the building was nice as well. Will definitely stay here again. A little bit off the beaten path but worth it.
Nice Clean room, comfortable beds ~~ But Recommend a Table with Umbrella at pool, so one can sit in shade by pool, and enjoy a coffee, or watch kids swim. It is in direct sunlight all day..
Most everything was fine. The window sheers were reaped and tattered at the bottom (room 108). The complimentary breakfast was very good and in my opinion a very good selling feature.
“A great place to stop on the way to Mammoth”
This hotel was great for one night as a cheap place to stay. The room was surprisingly big. My only complaint was that we had woken up early to head up to Mammoth for an early morning of snowboarding. Breakfast was supposed to be served starting at 6, but there was no one there to open the office/breakfast room until almost 8:00. We couldn't even just skip breakfast and check out. Otherwise a fine place to stay for a night.
“If you spend your time at the Buttermilks...”
Rooms are very large, with microwave, fridge, coffee maker, big TV (but no Comedy Central :() and the best in-room internet I have encountered. Giggle Springs 2 Market is 30 yards away; nice breakfast, and the staff is very friendly. Given their rates, I think for climbers and fisherman, this is a very good option, and I've stayed at a lot of places in Bishop. Only complaint -- the heater/AC units can be a little noisy in some of the rooms.