See why so many travellers make Western Holiday Lodge Three Rivers their motel of choice when visiting Three Rivers. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free internet access is offered to guests, and rooms at Western Holiday Lodge Three Rivers Hotel offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including express check-in and check-out and baggage storage. Guests of Western Holiday Lodge Three Rivers are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While in Three Rivers, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Western Holiday Lodge Three Rivers Hotel, including Pizza Factory (1.1 mi), Sequoia Cider Mill (0.3 mi), and Casa mendoza (1.1 mi).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Slick Rock Recreation Area (0.6 mi), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Western Holiday Lodge Three Rivers as you experience all of the things Three Rivers has to offer.
Western Holiday Lodge Three Rivers was the worst customer service experience of my life. The staff are not only deceptive and uncleanly, but also undermining national ADA law. My fiance is paraplegic and uses a wheelchair, so I booked an accessible room with a wheelchair accessible bathroom on Expedia. Immediately after booking, I called the hotel to confirm the ADA room. I spoke with the manager (I believe his name is Jay). He told me the room was accessible and that we would have access to a handicap parking spot as well. This was in March. Ten days before our trip, I called the hotel again to confirm the ADA room (and to ensure the hotel was still operational during the pandemic). Again, I spoke with Jay. Although he rushed me off the phone, he confirmed our booking and the ADA room. We arrived at the hotel on August 14th. While my fiance unpacked the car, I went to check-in. The woman at the front desk (Maria) showed me the non-stair route to the room before even seeing my fiance (and so, she knew he was in a wheelchair). as she handed me the key, I asked yet again about the room's accessibility. She replied, "It has a shower, so it should be fine." I assumed that she meant there was no roll in shower, but room for a shower chair, which would've been okay (as I added this note when booking). Upon entering the room, we immediately realized that it was not accessible at all. In fact, my fiance could not even fit in the bathroom door. We returned to the front desk. Maria told us that all of the accessible rooms were already taken by other guests, and that my fiance should fit in the bathroom door if he fit in the front door. She said that they upgraded us to a king bed room instead of a queen because it is bigger. She said we did not book an accessible room (lies) and refused to admit that there was a man who worked there that I had confirmed with (Jay, who did not show up til the next day). After going back and forth, we discovered that they DID have an accessible room, but did not want to show it to us because it cost more than the room we booked (two beds vs. one bed). Finally, she showed us this room. The bathroom was accessible. They gave us the key. We thought everything was fine from there, but they intended to CHARGE us an additional $450 for three nights in this slightly larger room, even though it was their fault for overbooking the smaller ADA rooms. We refused and had a local Sheriff come to witness the exchange. Although the Sheriff could not legally intervene, he tried to get Maria to compromise by letting us have the ADA room we were confirmed to have. She refused. The Sheriff found us an ADA room and got us a discount at the Comfort Inn down the street (we would've looked elsewhere for a room ourselves, but were told by Expedia everything else was booked). The Comfort Inn was only available two nights, so we were forced to stay at the lodge for one night. Maria promised that my fiance could use the bathroom in the front office and to give a full refund of the next two nights with no fees. The next day, we were eager to check out, however, Expedia was not able to get anyone on the phone to process the refund. Those CROOKS turned their phones straight to voicemail to avoid giving us the refund they promised. I went to the office with Expedia on hold as they pretended to "fiddle" with their phones to "fix" them. I would not leave, so they finally answered the phone and told Expedia we could have the refund. It was absolutely disgusting to witness. In addition to being lied to, asked to pay more money for being disabled, and nearly cheated, the hotel was disgusting and in terrible condition. Our room had giant black widow spiders outside the door, more webs in the room on the ceiling, and ants in the bathroom. The toilets have such low water pressure, they have signs asking guests to 'not flush' toilet paper and use the wastebasket instead. The mini-fridge had stains from previous guests, the walls were scuffed and dirty, and the floors were warped with water damage. There are only 4 channels of static analog TV and the wifi is extremely slow. They have an accessible lift to get into the pool, but stairs leading to the pool area. The front office has stacks of disorganized boxes and papers. It was a mess, and the staff did not wear masks. Please, do yourself a favor and stay at the Comfort Inn or any other quality hotel in the area. The Western Holiday Lodge was disgraceful. We stayed on 8/14/2020.…
I use a wheelchair, so we booked an accessible room on Expedia. I called the hotel to confirm the ADA room with the manager (Jay) twice. Long story short, the room was not accessible and I could not even fit in the bathroom. They wanted an extra $450 for an ADA room, which is illegal. We called the police. The terrible lady at the desk (Maria) would not budge, even after the officer asked her to compromise. She promised a full refund with no fees after we found an ADA room elsewhere for 2 of 3 nights. Upon checkout, those CROOKS turned their phones straight to voicemail to avoid giving us the refund they promised. I went to the office with Expedia on hold as they pretended to "fiddle" with their phones. I would not leave, so they finally answered the phone. It was absolutely disgusting to witness. In addition, the hotel was disgusting Our room had giant black widow spiders, ants in the bathroom. The toilets have such low water pressure, they have signs asking guests to 'not flush' toilet paper. The fridge and walls had stains and the front office was stacked with junk. Please, do yourself a favor and stay at the Comfort Inn or any other quality hotel in the area.…
This has got to be the nastiest low budget place you can find. Seems they do whatever they can to save money, greedy sons of %#%}^. Very poor quality toiletries and towels. Lots of bugs and spider webs on window sill.
It was 98 degrees in the room.. ac wasn’t working. The front desk told us to give it time.. I did give it time over and hour with the ac kicking on and off it still was 98 in the room! They refused us a refund, nor Did they give us a new room! Please please please check the rooms for spiders and make sure AC is working properly before booking. (Ask to see the room before booking!!)
The Western holiday lodge is well situated to the entrance of Sequoia National park, but this is true of all the hotels in 3 rivers, more or less. The young lady who checked me in was great; friendly, helpful, knowledgeable. None of the below relates to her. But beyond that, this hotel is of poor quality and value. I was really annoyed by the terrible quality of the bathroom, as it mostly involved deficiencies in upkeep that are super quick and cheap fixes; as an example, the shower curtain was ripped and covered in mildew. Housekeeping and overall cleanliness were borderline at best. The closet sliding door was off track and non functional. No laundry bag, no luggage rack. Large room, fairly poor condition. Bed clean, but, also subpar. AC struggled to cool the room, and yes, I heeded the warning not to adjust to lowest setting. Breakfast discontinued due to Covid, but of course this doesn't prevent you from putting out coffee. Yet there was none. For $100+ a night, my opinion is these are unacceptable deficiencies, and mostly a matter of effort, not financial wherewithal. I would not return, and suggest you not patronize, either. There is little ownership/management pride here but they can get it with it because of the park and a supply and demand issue for rooms in town.…