1008 South Main Street, Lone Pine, California, 93545, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 1008 South Main Street, Lone Pine, is near Mount Whitney, Lone Pine Creek, Movie Road, and Tuttle Creek.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Frontier Motel Lone Pine

    Reviewed by costacarol

    Great Hotel

    Reviewed Aug 28, 2014
    by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Lovely place, clean and comfortable. Handy laundry area, pool, gym and early breakfast.

    Loving it :)

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Frontier Motel Lone Pine

    A Great Motel


    This is a beautiful motel at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains (Mt. Whitney). Stayed at this motel one night in July 2005. Standard room rate was $94.50. The rooms are large, clean and quiet. There is a guest laundry. Front office staff is friendly and helpful. I had some car problems and asked the staff about a trustworthy garage in town. They guided me to a repair shop in town that fixed my car problem quickly and at a reasonable price. The grounds are nicely landscaped. There is a free continental breakfast which is very nice. I definetly would stay here again.

    Enogh space / free W-LAN / average


    Just a normal, average room, free W-Lan in room was good. Free Breakfast was nothing special; good, that it's available from 5 a.m. in morning. We had some problems in charging with 1-800-numbers (even they told it's free of charge they charged me with about USD 15.-- for 2 calls by checkout and it took more than 20 minutes until they took it from the bill; not very friendly at check-out; friendly at check in (Trainee).

    Whirlpool nothing special, a lot of bad insects in room (I dont know how they have been called in English; German: Motten; means, they eat your clothes...).

    Nice hotel, good place


    We enjoyed our stay in this hotel. It's close to Death Valley and not far away from the centre of Lone Pine.

    Only negative thing is we called in advance to enter the room early. This was not a problem. When we arrived the room was not ready yet. So we went back to town and when we came back the room was still not ready.

    We waited for 20 minutes and the room was ok.

    The pool was closed at that moment :( Because of heavy wind coming in.

    The hotel and breakfast were fine. So I assume most people won't have the 'pre'problems... this is a great hotel.

    Great location, clean, breakfast included!


    My husband and I stayed 1 night at the Best Western Frontier in Lone Pine on our way to Death Valley. I booked the 2 queen beds room, which was comfortable, and clean. Parking was just outside your room, and the hotel was pet friendly. Breakfast was included in the price, and consisted of bagels, muffins, toast, fruits and cereals. I would the rate the breakfast as OK, nothing special, but you could get your fill before you started your day.

    Great motel at a great price


    The Best Western affords a wonderful view of Mt. Whitney and is located close, but not too close, to the commercial section of Lone Pine. Our family of five was impressed by the good and helpful service of all the desk clerks, the cleanliness and spaciousness of our room and bathroom, the decent continental breakfast, and the motel property itself. The AAA rate is unbelievably good deal for what this Best Western provides. The beds were very comfortable and the premises quiet. We will most certainly return on our way to our next visit to Mammoth area. By the way, Lone Pine is a great get away destination of its own. Our three boys loved the Whitney Portal and climbing on the rocks of the Alabama Hills.



    My husband and I stayed in Lone Pine on our way to Yosemite.

    I have stayed in a 3 star Best Western hotel in Europe which was good, however the standard here was much lower.

    The decor was old and a/c was very noisy, so if you are planning on staying, 1 night is enough for anyone.

    A whirlpool tub - how nice(!)


    After a long day in Death Valley where it reached 117 degrees, my girlfriend and I were very pleased to see how nice our room was when we checked in for one night in May 04. The room was massive, with a small lounge area, King size bed, two sinks and a huge whirlpool tub - great for relaxing in. The staff were charming, parking was immediately outside our room and we found a great restaraunt just down the road.

    Would most certainly stay again - our room was called "Greogry Peck"!

    A perfect find after a long drive from Las Vegas.


    Fantastic views, reasonable rates and a good complimentary continental breakfast. The setting is magical with views over Mt Whitney and the Alabama Hills. Staff friendly and the little town of Lone Pine was a real surprise for a Brit - small town western USA with really good restaurants.

    I would recommend this to anyone.

    Geat Place


    Great Place. Have stayed here several times and the quality and comfort are consistent. Best bet in Lone Pine.

    People & Dog Friendly Motel !!!


    We love the Best Western "Frontier" Motel in Lone Pine, California. They welcome us and our two Great Danes (160 pounds each) with Open Arms each time we arrive for our twice yearly stays(April & October)...Nice Rooms, especially the ones with a jacuzzi, spectacular view of Mount Whitney from Motel Lawn. Lone Pine Airport Field is perfect for Dog Walking, right out our room door. Airport Manager is friendly also...Highly Recommend thismotel for Lodging while in Lone Pine.

    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Frontier Motel Lone Pine

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Lone Pine

    Like a horse running back to the barn!

    A travel blog entry by mother.ship on Sep 27, 2014

    30 photos

    Last night was my coldest night, for sure. With the past three nights coming into camp in the later of the light hours, this night felt later, colder and tireder with some body fatigue and the trauma from the big steps/drops down the mountain. I decided that I would throw caution to the wind or look danger in the face or was just too dang tired to …

    Lone Pine

    A travel blog entry by costacarol on Aug 28, 2014

    3 photos

    We arrived in Lone Pine 2 hours before check in and just at the right time for lunch so what best option than to go to the McDonald's down the road :D Lone Pine is a lovely small town but very, very hot and in the middle of mountains. We tried to walk down the road for a bit but turned back after 3 minutes! We checked in and the Best Western is …

    Day Seventeen

    A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 03, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    We left Las Vegas at 8 am and it was already 88 degrees. We stopped to get gas before we started out for the desert.

    We drove through the desert of Nevada heading west towards a town called Pahrump. This is a pretty good sized town in the middle of nowhere. We can't figure out why anyone would move out there and what they do for a living. They do have a few large casinos, so that may be the draw. Not enough for us though.

    We turned on ...

    Las Vegas to Lone Pine via Death Valley

    A travel blog entry by okeeffe on Aug 18, 2014

    9 photos

    ... for breakfast in the Wicked Spoon again. Oh the choice! It was becoming a routine now to feed up at breakfast if we had a long drive ahead of us, so we stuck to that plan big time today! We then packed up, took one last family photo on the balcony and took the lift down to the casino level. There I cashed in my winnings. Yes I won in Vegas! I'm sure the cashier had handled more from most punters but my $12 winnings felt good. I also took ...

    Death Valley to Lone Pine

    A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 16, 2014

    10 photos

    ... water in this truely desolate landscape only to find that it wasn't drinkable! Badwater is the lowest point on earth, being some 85 m below sea level. The temperature was what one would expect here and we fried as we did a very short walk out onto the long salt pan that stretched out far into the desert. After Badwater we drove to Devils Golf Course where I once again managed to get the girls out onto a golf course! Only this one wasn't of the lush green consisted ...