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The bar and restaurant are nice. The food is decent and priced to what you would expect for a small tourist town restaurant. There is a nice continental breakfast served on most mornings if you are staying at the hotel. Our room was booked for...More
We had the courtyard room and it was spacious and wonderful. Sitting room, kitchen, bathtub and lovely view of courtyard and actually it was our own courtyard because no one from the hotel really used it! Our own private yard.
Friendly staff, great people, and wonderful gold rush town. A lot of history all around Mokelumne Hill, the surrounding area, as well as the Hotel Leger. Do not confuse “Historic” and “Authentic” with “Luxury”, it is not... and that is exactly what gives the Hotel...More
The Hotel did an elaborate job of decorating the hotel and holding a highly attended Halloween Party for the areas population. Both a live band in one area and also a DJ in an adjoining area. Had dinner and breakfast there and the menu choices...More
After not being able to get to our original hotel over the pass( as all three passes) were closed, we stumbled into Mokelumne Hill by chance, more to ask advise from a local.
A very helpful local called Bob confirmed another 4 hour drive if...More
Response from 379emilyh | Reviewed this property |
We were in a very basic room with shared bath down the hall and no fridge in room, and no hair dryer, either. There may be more amenities in other rooms or suites -- you could call ahead and ask. It is truly a "historic... More
We were in a very basic room with shared bath down the hall and no fridge in room, and no hair dryer, either. There may be more amenities in other rooms or suites -- you could call ahead and ask. It is truly a "historic" place.