Information

We want to ensure you have all the details about our property and its amenities prior to your arrival so you can have a successful stay from the very start.


Checking In

Check-In: 4pm

Check-Out: 11am

During peak periods and holidays, our hotel operates at or near full capacity. We will accommodate early check-ins based on availability, but the following additional rates apply: before 7AM, full daily room rate; 7am–11am; half of the daily room rate.


Amenities

Boating (Summer)
Boat rentals, including kayaks, canoes, and row boats, are available during the summer months for a day of fishing, or a pleasure cruise around Twin Lakes. A fishing license is required for everyone over 16 years and older. Call or visit the Front Desk (x313) for more information.

Bike Rentals (Summer)
Rent a mountain bike and hit the trails on two wheels. Ride a full loop, or get free transportation back to Tamarack Lodge on the Town Trolley. Call or visit the Front Desk (x313) for more information.

Bike Storage
Cabin guests, you can store bikes and other equipment in your cabin. Lodge guests, you can store with the Front Desk.

Business Needs
The Front Desk can assist you with any business or communications needs, including faxing and copying. Additional fees may apply.

Child Care
The Village: 760.934.0632
Mammoth Mountain Inn: 760.934.0646

Complimentary Continental Breakfast
Enjoy a variety of hot and cold cereals, bagels, fruit, coffee and tea served each morning 7:30–9:30am in the Lobby.

Internet Access
Free high-speed Wi-Fi internet is available in-room and throughout the property. See the inside front cover for network names and password.

Pet Friendly
Up to 2 pets are allowed per cabin. Pets are not allowed in our lodge rooms. There is a $30/night charge per pet and a $200 refundable pet damage deposit.

Tire Chain Assistance (Winter)
Allow our staff to assist you with your tire chains. Call or visit the Front Desk (x313) to schedule assistance.

TVs & DVD Movie Library
The Front Desk offers a limited quantity of TVs with DVD players and an array of DVDs for you to enjoy in-room. Stop by the Front Desk to have a TV delivered, and review the selection of blockbuster hits and timeless classics.

Pool & Facility Access
Our guests can enjoy the pool, hot tub and fitness center at Mammoth Mountain Inn (10400 Minaret Rd., across from Main Lodge). Show your Tamarack key at the Inn’s Front Desk for a special access card.

Additional Amenities
Cross-Country Ski Center
Forest Chapel
Spectacular Scenery 
Summer Activity Center (Boat, Bike Rentals; Guided Tours)
Easy-To-Use Gas Fireplace
Full Kitchen with Oven, Stove, Refrigerator and Dishwasher
Full Bathroom
1 King Bed and 1 Queen Sofa Sleeper
Toaster, Microwave and Coffee Maker
Pots, Pans, Dishes, Glassware and Silverware
Towels and Luxury Sheets
Serta Perfect Sleeper Pillow Top Mattress
Spacious Wooden Deck
iPod Compatible Alarm Clock
Hairdryer
Aveda Bath Products
Large Picture Windows
Direct Dial Phone
Forced Air Heating
Light Housekeeping
All Units Are Smoke-Free

 

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Quick Facts

• The Only Resort on the Shore of Twin Lakes
• Gourmet Restaurant 2.5 Miles from the Town Center of Mammoth Lakes
• 1 Mile from Mammoth Mountain Ski Area
• Amid Snow Trail System In Winter
• Officially Historically Registered Site, Established in 1924
• New LEED Construction
• Midscale/Upscale Hotel Resort
• Elevation: 8,500 Feet
• 35 Private Cabins Historic Lodge (Lounge, Bar, Restaurant, 11 Guestrooms)

 

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Resort & Additional Fees

Resort Fee
A resort fee of $20 plus tax will be added per room, per night. Taxes are subject to change. The first night may have already been added to the total charged to your card. This fee includes unlimited local and 800 number phone calls, long distance phone call connection fees, incoming/outgoing fax/copy service, computer usage, internet access, in-room coffee and tea, DVD movie/game rental, use of a fitness room, in-resort transportation (seasonal), bike storage (summer), and ski and snowboard storage (winter).

Pet Fee
Up to 2 pets are allowed per cabin. Pets are not allowed in our lodge rooms. There is a $30/night charge per pet and a $200 refundable pet damage deposit.

Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation
Your reservation will be charged a $1 per night donation. 100% of these donations will directly benefit the Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation. You may choose to decline this donation upon check-in.

The Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation raises funds to provide an added margin of excellence for academic and athletic programs as well as learning facilities to benefit our community's children. By supporting children in the Mammoth Community who study, train and compete in our eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, we will help them reach the highest levels in the United States. The Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation can only be effective in developing world class students, athletes and citizens, with your help. We are pursuing some lofty programs and goals because we believe in our kids and we believe you care about them as well.

 

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Bears & Wildlife

One of the joys of visiting Mammoth Lakes is wildlife sightings, mostly American black bears. It is not unusual to see a bear wandering through town or near your hotel. Unfortunately for wildlife, humans can pose a problem to their natural habitat. Remember it is our responsibility to keep our wildlife wild. The best way of doing this, and preventing bears from becoming dependent on humans for food, is to follow these rules:

Never Feed Wildlife

• Do not leave any food or trash outside unattended.
• Remove all food and scented items (such as shampoo, deodorant or lotion) from your car.
• Keep your car locked.
• Don’t leave pet food or bowls outside.
• Deposit all trash in a bear-proof trash can or dumpster and be sure to secure it afterwards.
• Close and lock your windows when you leave if you’re staying on a ground floor level.

If You See a Bear

• Keep your distance and enjoy it from afar.
• Do not get between a mother bear and her cubs.
• If in a group, never surround a bear – give it a clear escape path.
• Don’t ever turn your back or run from a bear.
• Make loud noises and yell, clap or bang on something to scare it away.

If you see a bear misbehaving, such as trying to get into a dumpster, vehicle, or building, call 911 immediately. The town police and wildlife specialist are trained to handle wildlife situations.

When driving, especially at dusk or dawn, be on the lookout for animals crossing the roadway. Hitting a bear or deer can be fatal – not only to the animal, but also to car passengers.

For more information on co-existing with wildlife in Mammoth Lakes, contact the Mammoth Lakes Police Dept. at 760.937.BEAR.

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