Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Three Rivers, Sierra Lodge is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Sierra Lodge makes it easy to enjoy the best of Three Rivers.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Sierra Hotel offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Three Rivers trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Three Rivers be sure to experience local filet mignon favorites at The Gateway Restaurant & Lodge.
Three Rivers is also known for some great waterfalls, including Tokopah Falls and Marble Falls, which are not too far from Sierra Hotel.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Sierra Lodge is sure to make your visit to Three Rivers one worth remembering.
PLEASE READ THIS WARNING!!! I have traveled as a backpacker around the world and am used to "roughing it." I still would never, ever, stay in a place as bad as this "lodge." The pictures on the site are incredibly deceiving. This is not what you are going to get if you book a room here. We left immediately after seeing the state of the room. BLOOD STAINED SHEETS, HAIR AND DIRT INSIDE THE SHEETS, BUGS ON THE FLOOR, AND THE MANAGER DIDN'T WEAR A MASK PROPERLY "Because they don't work anyway." Additionally, there are exposed wires, mismatched paints, and dust on window surfaces. Our socks were dirty from walking on the poorly cleaned floors. We were refused a refund even though we checked out immediately after checking in and seeing the state of the room. The hotel also guarantees parking and we were told we had to park in handicap because they had none left (this is illegal). The wifi does not work. This hotel has been reported to the DCA for not following health and safety guidelines. Stay the away from this place. It's close to the national park, but honestly, coming from the Best Western 30 minutes away was SO worth the extra few minutes drive in the morning.…
ALERT! ALERT! ALERT! The place is not safe. We found hair on the bed. Toilet is dirty and you can't use the room. Shame on Booking.com for allowing him to advertise. The bed had hair on the pillow. No wifi reception.
The first night, there was no hot water in the shower and the power went out for a few minutes. The toilet was wonky and the air conditioner was loud. The noise bothered me. The second night, I turned the air conditioner on high then turn it off before I slept. The room stayed cool and it was quiet enough.
We originally intended to stay two nights but could barely stay one. The TV, WiFi, and air conditioning did not work. The rooms were not clean - - last updated maybe ten years ago. Frankly, we were so unnerved by the room we left a day early to stay at a real hotel at Yosemite. And just to note, I was in the “VIP” room which is theoretically their highest end, and highest priced room. Again, WiFi did not work. TV was missing the HDMI cable (I took one from another room myself) an the air conditioning would not get below 79 degrees. The windows to the deck had not been cleaned in at least six months. And the door had no safety lock - - and a glass insert. I could go on. The person at the front desk was very professional and accommodating. And allowed us to leave one day early. But that was it. Hotel Impossible could not save this place…
This was the worst hotel I have ever stayed in and I travel for work a lot all over the world. The bed was like a concrete slab and had a matching granite pillow. The hot water knob on the tub built for a VERY small person just spun around. We arrived after mid-night and just decided to sponge bath because we were so tired. The breakfast was an absolute joke consisting of little packages of nasty looking muffins and other Twinkie-esque items. There are a TON of other places to stay that we saw around there. Chose anyone of them before this place.