by Kaitlin Braun
At the Sierra Nevada resort, you’ll be able to customize your family’s level of space and luxury to your tastes and budget, thanks to the variety of lodgings available. Options range from simple two-queen lodge rooms to picturesque three-bedroom mountain chalets; if you’re looking for something in between, try a fireplace suite connected to a deluxe queen. All rooms include free wifi, a mini-fridge and microwave, and comfortable (triple-sheeted!) beds.
When you get back from Yosemite, kids will have a blast hanging out in the Cub Club, a supervised activities center where parents can drop off kids (ages 4 and up) for the evening while you enjoy a date night at one of the three onsite restaurants. Alternately, take your young ones to splash in the (seasonal) pool while you relax in the Jacuzzi. The spa also features a steam room and dry sauna, and an outdoor mini-golf course is open year round. For family-friendly meals (no continental breakfast is offered), head to the Red Lantern for Chinese, or the Rafter’s Restaurant.
Our Editor Loves
- Three onsite restaurants
- Pool, hot tub, and sauna
- Children Programs
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
This resort was such a beauty! My boyfriend and our kids spent the weekend there are can not wait to go back! Everything from the check in to the check out was amazing! Paola Loupe was amazing! The mini golf right out our room was perfect for the little kids!
Alyssa was very helpful with our reservation and more than accommodating during our stay. The room was exactly what we wanted and had a beautiful view of the mountains. I highly recommend staying at Sierra Nevada resort and spa if you want a good experience in mammoth lakes.