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Recently had a very pleasant stay at this comfort inn.
We arrived and found a parking space no problem, there is a large parking lot. Staff were friendly and helpful.
Our room was large and clean with plenty of sockets to charge cameras!
Tried checking in at 2pm, but was told the time was 4pm... Tried again at 340pm... I will not be staying here again. Parking lot was pretty sparse both times. Good news is that the town is very nice, newly opened Brew pub and a...More
Would not suggest for this to be for anything for more than 2 nights. The room size is good and breakfast is complimentary but cleanliness is an issue for me, at least in the room 110 I was given. The carpet felt like it has...More
My wife and I thought that this hotel was located very conveniently on our way to Sequoia NP. It is only seven miles to the gate and puts you immediately on Rt. 198 (Generals Hwy). It is a beautiful drive in with must-see sights along...More
We recently spent a night in this hotel. The room could certainly be updated but it served its purpose. Hotel is located close to the entrance to the the national park. Didn't try the free morning breakfast. For $109 it was sufficient, i understand that...More
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the... More
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the vehicle at all time when visiting the Park.