The most charming motel in town: a vintage treat!
Posted May 29, 2014
The Yodeler is charming looking, and the staff is genuinely friendly. You can tell the staff and the owners, who live in town, all take pride in the stylish/Alpine look of the place, and they keep it in great condition. We stayed in one of the smallest rooms in the semi-subterranean downstairs, yet it was wonderfully kept and cozy, with a nicely arranged bathroom with quality linens, thick towels, and a steam shower. We got a super friendly welcome in the mid-century style lobby. The Lupine Inn, just a block from the Yodeler, is totally generic, by comparison, and good if you want an indoor pool, but otherwise, skip it. We've stayed other places in town, and only the historic Pollard Hotel a few blocks down Broadway can compete with the Yodeler for a memorable place to stay.