by Lissa Poirot
This condo resort features timeshare accommodations that are rented out to guest looking to visit nearby Yosemite National Park. One- and two-bedroom units are available with queen beds in the master, dining and living rooms, and fully equipped kitchens with refrigerators, burners, microwaves, dishwashers, and coffee makers. One-bedroom units provide additional accommodations on a queen sleeper sofa. Two-bedroom units feature a full-sized bed in the second bedroom and a queen sleeper sofa and can sleep six.
The resort provides a recreation center with pool and ping pong tables. Guests can enjoy free laundry facilities, DVD rentals and outdoor hot tubs. The resort is also located near Mammoth Ski area and is a popular winter destination resort.
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- One- and two-bedroom condos
- Game room
- Fully equipped kitchens
- Family Room 5+
- Game Room
As mentioned, its a lovely spot at June Lake but the hotel is incredibly dated, still hanging on to its aged "film star hideaway theme". Rooms were OK equipped but ours wasn't serviced. The hotel accused us of mistakenly hanging the do not disturb notice outside, but every different person there had a different excuse. Really poor customer service for a Wyndham property, inept on a few levels. They haven't an elevator so you have to carry your bags up a large flight of carpeted stairs, not very safe.
Husband and I decided to go for the first time to Mammoth Festival of Beers and BLUESAPALOOZA. we did not stayed at Mammoth we stayed in June Lake at Heidelberg Inn I am a fun of the tranquility of the place and it is near by Restaurants, coffee place, June Brewery and few more places to visit. Always clean, service is great and the place is charming with a lot of history. Stayed for couple of days plenty of time to do some hiking, drive to places in the forest and discovered few dirt roads. Had a blast at the festival, my husband was delighted with the beer quality. June Lake to Mammoth Lakes is few miles away but I do not mind we enjoy driving and discovering new places, this time we drove to Obsidian Dome.