Pros: Staff was amazingly helpful and friendly. Having food included in the price made a world of difference and made it that much more tempting to re-book next vacation! The bathrooms were kept clean, cabins were clean, an overall pleasant trip thanks to the sweet staff and clean facility. You guys rock, keep it up!
Pros: The environment was great, better recommendations from the staff would've been better than just normal key issue, staff to busy talking about each vice given the customer the attention needed.
Pros: Excellent service and food. Staff issuper nice!
Cons: Small rooms.
When visiting Sequoia National Park, Montecito Sequoia Lodge is a great choice to consider. The restaurant is perfect for a bite to eat, and you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the spa tub for a relaxing end to the day. An outdoor pool and a seasonal outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms offer premium bedding and free WiFi.
In the Sequoia National Park, this resort is surrounded by hiking, biking, and fishing options. The private cottages feature fully stocked kitchens. Free Wi-Fi is available in common areas. Guest cottages all feature a separate sitting area with a sofa and a fireplace. A separate dining area is also available at Silver City Mountain Resort. Each cabin has a private entrance and views of the forest. The on-site restaurant offers full American-style breakfasts, sandwiches and hamburgers for lunch, and features dinner specials Thursday through Monday, 8 am – 8 pm. On Tuesday and Wednesday the restaurant is open from 8 am – 5 pm and offers pie and coffee. Silver City Mountain Resort is a 20 minute drive from Mineral King Valley and 3 miles from a ranger station.
Pros: Location is great, restaurant was very nice. Great winter get-away.
Cons: Rooms need updating and upgrading.
Cons: The walk from parking lot to lodge was tiring.
Pros: It is a beautiful place to enjoy your winter vacation. If you love snow and nature, this is the place to be. Food is a bit pricy but excellent service and delicious.
Pros: Beautiful area
Cons: Lack of food options, costly food options
Pros: The location in the park was great however it was a 10+ minute walk to the lodge. The room was sub-standard
Needed a remodel was circa 1970. No ac only a ceiling fan and a small window fan, no elevator and a steel
Climb to the lodge & parking areas. Extremely expensive, we have stayed at luxury hotels for less. Staff was
Totally Unknowledgeable, with the exception of Roman. There were No adult management only foreign
College students who could have cared less about the guests...I guess they were "cheap" help. I would say
There were no ammmenitues at all! But it was the only real hotel in the park.
Cons: See above
Pros: The room was very nice and staff did a good job at keeping it clean. The location is very good.
Cons: The walk from the parking lots to the room buildings. There are no elevators in the room buildings so luggage has to be hauled up and down stairs.
When visiting Sequoia National Park, Wuksachi Lodge is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Wuksachi Lodge Restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Rooms offer up nice touches like Egyptian cotton sheets and premium bedding, along with refrigerators and free WiFi.
Pros: Was a beautiful lodge we throughly enjoyed our stay, the hotel is beautiful with the wooden structure and the property is stunning, only downside was the restaurant though the food and service was excellent the decor left little to the imagination , was hoping the restaurant would have a more lodgey environment rather than the plainess it was but overall very very happy!!
Pros: The staff is very friendly and the lounge area is roomy and well arranged with several tables and chairs, couches, single comfy chairs with lamps for reading and a large fireplace. In the summer, there are nice benches and chairs for sitting on the porch areas in the shade. The lodge is perfect if you don't want to camp, but still enjoy hiking and outdoors of Sequoia and Kings Canyon.
Cons: The pillows are not very comfortable and plush. There is no internet in the rooms.
The John Muir Lodge is open year-round and is perfectly situated for guests who want to visit both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Nestled among some of Californias most famous trees, the John Muir Lodge is located in historic Grant Grove Village, within walking distance of the Grant Grove and the General Grant Tree. The standard rooms at the John Muir Lodge have two queen beds, a private bath, dressing area, table and chairs, telephone and an in-room coffeemaker.