Best Western Park Mammoth Resort Ratings & Reviews
2 months ago
It was a cozy, rustic experience staying at Park Mammoth, but for the price the amenities did not meet expectation. The sauna and pool were defunct and probably haven't been open for a while. Our room had already been reserved by a few hundred lady bugs that got in through multiple broken and unsealed windows. Hardly saw a staff member all weekend and nothing on site ever seemed open, but this may be due to the time of year we stayed. We did receive a fresh bag of towels daily. If you're looking for bare minimum, this place does the trick. If you want more needs and wants catered to for lower prices, I'd suggest a chain hotel.
about 1 month ago
Staff were super friendly and helpful, and I like the lodge aspect. A little eccentric in that there's a winery, hotel, restaurant, and gun range all in one. Visiting off season, this review may not be fully applicable all the time. Food was delicious in the restaurant but they ran with minimal staff & I had a hard time getting a cup of coffee during the breakfast buffet and never managed a refill. The view from our room was lovely & the room itself was spacious with a couch & loveseat in addition to a queen bed with a firm but comfortable enough mattress. The gun aspect was in full force with decor & that might be a problem for anyone who is anti-gun. I really liked the 70s feel overall & wanted to rate this higher because the staff were so kind but in honesty I feel the $100 for the room was a bit pricey for the area. Perhaps during the summer months it is more fitting.
about 2 months ago
We were traveling and looking for a place to eat, but didn’t want the typical franchise fast food. Long story short, the restaurant was closed, but the cook was on-site doing inventory and opened up the kitchen, fired up the cooking equipment and served us a wonderful lunch for seven. Super attitude, great views and real nice facilities. Will plan for another visit the next time we go in that direction again.