Quality Inn

Address: 3537 Main St., Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3537 Main St., Mammoth Lakes, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Hot Creek, Obsidian Dome, and Hot Creek Fish Hatchery.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Mammoth Lakes

      Reviewed by srhodes

      Very nice room

      Reviewed Jul 16, 2012
      by (22 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      This hotel was ok. We had a nice size clean room and a frig and microwave that worked well. However, the bed was not as comfortable as most other Quality Inns where we have stayed and there was no air conditioning again. When I inquired about it, I was told to open the window and turn on the fan.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Mammoth Lakes

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes

      The Lakes....Lone Pine & Mammoth

      A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 17, 2014

      15 photos

      ... side with pine tree covered rocks. It was perfectly still and serene and the mountain reflected back off the mirror surface of the lake. The temperature had dropped significantly, it coundn't have been more than 12 degrees so I was pleased to pull on my Nike Climate Control long sleeved pullover (bought in one of the earlier outlet shopping frenzies :). I found a rock in the sun on the other side of the lake and settled down to enjoy my fruit and water. As ...

      Over Higher Summits

      A travel blog entry by sandi.beach on Sep 15, 2013

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... One of the first things I noticed upon setting up camp was the sense of quiet and peace. I took a deep breath and let the serenity engulf my body and mind.

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      The search for Yosemite Sam

      A travel blog entry by aksj_gortw on May 05, 2012

      88 photos

      ... over the whole bloody area! The nerve of some people, he wasn't even taking pictures himself! So we decided to walk back to camp as it was a lovely clear night. It was cold but pleasant and we came across a deer right in front of us just chilling and eating shrubs and stuff. It made us jump at first but it was great to watch. We got back to camp, put every bit of warm clothing on (several layers of clothes, hats, gloves etc) and every blanket they ...

      A nice little drive...

      A travel blog entry by juliarose17 on Jun 24, 2011

      This was definitely one of the more ambitious (crazy?) days of our trip thus far. We started with an 8am breakfast at the Normandy Inn and then walked the streets of Carmel (all 10 of them) and window shopped at expensive boutiques and art galleries. From there, we started driving south on Highway 1 (more famously known as the Pacific Coast Highway, or PCH). Our first stop was at Point Lobos State Reserve, a ...

      The Edge of Yosemite

      A travel blog entry by jbmarti on Jul 08, 2010

      5 photos

      ... was Tonopah, Nevada and once through it we caught our first glimpses of the Sierra-Nevada Mountains about 100 miles away. We made our way through more deserts and entered California on our way to Mammoth Lakes where our camp would be for the night. One particular stretch of road rose up and down like whoop-de-dos on a motor-cross track and upon reaching the apex of each one we felt weightless for a second before dropping quickly and blindly into ...