Village Lodge

Mammoth, USA

The hotel

These luxurious condominiums, right in the centre of the village, are ideal if you are looking to be close to all the amenities a top quality ski resort like Mammoth has to offer. Everything is within easy reach, including the gondola for a quick ride to the mountains in winter. Plus, with full kitchens and living/dining areas, the 1- and 2-Bedroom Condos at Village Lodge mean you're all set to chill out.

Amenities

  • Ski
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot tub
  • Free Parking
  • Ski In Ski Out
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Games Room
  • Internet Access

Where is it

In the centre of Mammoth village, close to shops, bars, restaurants and the gondola. The gondola will whisk you to the mountains in less than 6 minutes (operates mid-Dec to mid-Apr).

Hotel information

206 condos in 3 buildings, over 4-5 floors. All with balcony, full kitchen, satellite TV, DVD, telephone, complimentary Internet access, alarm/clock radio, hairdryer, iron and board. 1-Bedroom Condos have 1 king-size bed and a sleeper sofa, sleeping maximum 4 adults. Please note that rooms have heating in winter and, in summer, open windows let in the cool mountain air (rooms not have air-conditioning). 

2-Bedroom Condos are as above but with 1 king-size bedroom and 1 queen-size bedroom, plus a sleeper sofa, sleeping maximum 6 adults.

Numerous restaurants in the village catering for all tastes and budgets. Outdoor heated swimming pool. Outdoor hot tubs. Workout room. Games room*. 24-hour reception. Complimentary WiFi. Complimentary underground self-parking. Complimentary town shuttle.

This hotel has resort fees that are included in the room rate (subject to change)

Resort fee includes: – WiFi – Computer usage in the lobby – In-room coffee and tea – DVD/game rental – Use of fitness room – In-resort transportation (seasonal) – Local and 800 number phone calls – Bike storage (summer) – Ski and snowboard storage (winter). Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

*Denotes local charge.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great service

Sep 12, 2020 894joannw

I have never been to the Lodge yet which would seem strange as to why I’m writing a review. With the smokes happening in CA along side with receiving sone bad news if it wasn’t for Travis My world would have been very bleak. I have never encountered a hotel staff associate that is so compassionate and you can truly tell he puts his guest first. I… Read more
I have never been to the Lodge yet which would seem strange as to why I’m writing a review. With the smokes happening in CA along side with receiving sone bad news if it wasn’t for Travis My world would have been very bleak. I have never encountered a hotel staff associate that is so compassionate and you can truly tell he puts his guest first. I have a lot of people I know who visit Mammoth and I am going to recommend going to see Travis at the Lodge. I do not post at all on this site as this is how important I get my message across that everyone should follow Travis lead. I hope my stay lives up to the service Travis has provided. 5 of 5 stars to you Travis, you rock! Travis helped me from facing the fires as well as a medical personal problem as far as helping me rearrange my trip. I have no doubt my trip will be a success and look forward to posting next about the rooms and lodge in general Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Don't Let Them Assign You to 3329

Sep 9, 2020 Jennifer R Henderson, Nevada

We booked a 2-bedroom condo and were placed in 3329. It was small, dark and dated. It was really hot inside the room even after maintenance had brought us 4 fans. The portable AC in the living room had to be switched out because the hot air it was blowing from the back of the unit cancelled the cold air it generated in front. We had to… Read more
We booked a 2-bedroom condo and were placed in 3329. It was small, dark and dated. It was really hot inside the room even after maintenance had brought us 4 fans. The portable AC in the living room had to be switched out because the hot air it was blowing from the back of the unit cancelled the cold air it generated in front. We had to figure that out ourselves and bug (beg) the front desk staff to address it. We were told by Gil at the front desk that we could not be moved to a different room because we had already entered that room. We can just open the windows. Not even manager Michelle ( who based on previous reviews is supposed to be a wizard at service recovery), could help us. When I asked that she come up to the room so she can understand what I'm talking about, she said "Even if I went up there, what do you expect me to do". The toilet in the 2nd bathroom was always on the brink of clogging. I did not dare complain about it after that. They should take 3329 out of the pool of condo's they rent out and give it serious updating. It's not fair to the unsuspecting hotel guest who gets assigned that room. We did not have a good time. We will not be back. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating beautiful oasis

Sep 7, 2020 Mountain_Bill California

Stayed a few nights before and after a beautiful backing trip. I can't praise the staff enough. They met my room requests perfectly and were were able to assist with everything I needed. Highly recommend!
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Amazing service, will not let you down even when things seem to be going wrong!

Sep 4, 2020 Kaitlynnnnnnnnnnnn1

This review is specially for a Michelle! My husband and I booked the village lodge as our place to stay for our mini moon since Yosemite was booked. We blame our bride and groom brain for these two mishaps: First, we showed up to the hotel but was unable to find the front of it so we paid for overnight parking (45.00) in the general public… Read more
This review is specially for a Michelle! My husband and I booked the village lodge as our place to stay for our mini moon since Yosemite was booked. We blame our bride and groom brain for these two mishaps: First, we showed up to the hotel but was unable to find the front of it so we paid for overnight parking (45.00) in the general public parking. We were kindly greeted by Michelle at the front desk and when she found out we accidentally paid for parking, she kindly and graciously waved the service fees to save us some money on our stay. As we sat at dinner at Campo Mammoth ( which had great foot and service!) we figured we would start to plan out our Yosemite trip with more detail. We have a year-long national parks pass but to our surprise, Yosemite wasn’t allowing guests who even has this pass to show up at the front of the park and be let in. We then went to the front desk to ask about the cancellation policy and Michelle was so kind to offer us a cancellation without any probelms while also pointing us to some amazing little hikes we can do as we head home. Mind you, we just finished driving 6 hours to get to Mammoth! She was kind, helpful and understanding of our situation! Thank you Michelle!!!!!!!! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Entirely passable

Aug 25, 2020 Anton G

The first thing that came to my wife's mind after check-in was the famous dialog from "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" between Robin and Blinkin. Robin arrives home, asks for his father and finds out that everything is gone. The reason she remembered the dialog is that THERE ARE NO SERVICES in the hotel. None. Cleaning - no. Spa - no. Fitness center -… Read more
The first thing that came to my wife's mind after check-in was the famous dialog from "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" between Robin and Blinkin. Robin arrives home, asks for his father and finds out that everything is gone. The reason she remembered the dialog is that THERE ARE NO SERVICES in the hotel. None. Cleaning - no. Spa - no. Fitness center - no. Breakfast - no. Well, to be honest the lodge didn't serve breakfast even at the best of times, but nevertheless - no. First couple of days there was no WiFi, either. Then WiFi came up but connection timed out every five minutes or so, making any kind of online presence impossible. Perhaps the building was constructed for winter use only because it doesn't have forced air ventilation or air conditioning. To be fair, the hotel provided a portable unit but it was stationed in a living room doing nothing for the bedroom. So the only way to cool the room down or let on fresh air is to open a window. With all the fires around opening a window isn't a really good option, let me tell you. Opening a window also lets in external noises. I am not a melomaniac. Normally I and music peacefully coexist without strong feelings on either side. But the lodge managed to invite 2 different groups of musicians, playing different music at the same time. For people in the middle (our family with open windows) the music comes as totally disagreeable cacophony. And don't get me started on a bathroom with the entrance from living room only! With all that the hotel didn't hesitate to charge upwards of $230/night all included. I get that some of that amount is represented by various fees but it makes no difference to me as a consumer. Do yourself a favor: rent somewhere away from the village for less money, more services and better experience. Read less