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43175 Sierra Drive, Three Rivers, CA 93271, United States of America – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Outdoor Pool
Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Library
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Tour Desk, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Honeymoon Suite
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 15 per person per night for extra beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 15 per night in an extra bed.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged USD 10 per person per night when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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The Comfort Inn Sequoia Kings Canyon hotel is less than six miles from Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.
Score from 616 reviews Good
Situated on Highway 198, and only seconds from the Sequoia National Park in Three Rivers, California, this hotel offers a variety of modern amenities and facilities, in an beautiful natural...
Score from 729 reviews Good
Surrounded by Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, and Mineral King National Park, The River Inn is in Three Rivers, California. Bicycle rentals and free Wi-Fi access are available.
Score from 284 reviews Review score
In the heart of Sequoia National Park in the Giant Forest area, this lodge offers great access to year-round activities as well as towering Sequoia trees, stunning valleys and sparkling waterfalls.
Score from 348 reviews Very good
It's right outside Sequoia & Kins Canyon.
Very, very noisy rooms. The room was very dirty with dead bugs laying around, mold in the shower and dust on the edges of furniture. Outdated furniture. The bed was old, and not comfortable, and so where the comforters.
old school decorations & rustic feel
Obsolete equipment, poor dinning possibilities by late arrival (8:30 PM)
The location was wonderful - at the gates of Sequoia National Park. Also there were several very good restaurants in this small town - the Cider Mill was wonderful. The owners were very kind and always there to answer any ????.
The room was VERY small and had a VERY old, broken down mattress, plus the the T.V. was 19", if that big. But once again, the owners were extremely nice - just spruce the place up a bit and get a new mattress.
staff great and location good to. old style but given the area this is to be expexted.
shower a bit low for taller people that it.
This place gets the one point purely because it is close to Sequoia. I can see why the place charges in full on booking and no refund ... if we hadn't pre-paid we would have left. Only redeeming point is it's closeness to the Sequoia National Park. It is at best a 2 star and definitely over-priced. Could be nice with a bit of time and money invested ... shame.
It is dirty, old and neglected. The glass in the "patio" doors was filthy. The room was very tired, the furniture came out of the ark, it was dusty, cobwebs, the bed cover was very old and worn, the furniture was dirty and worn out, old tv, grubby bathroom, dirty coffee maker. The first page in the "welcome" folder was a list of charges that would be made for each item you may feel like stealing ... so the welcome is to call guests thieves. No hair dryer ... could borrow one from reception, but bad luck if you want it after 7.30pm or before 9am as no-ne there then. A/c was ancient, noisy and too close to the bed, (it could be operated while lying down) impossible to sleep next to. The pool area and furniture needed a good scrub. We had the room for 2 nights but it was not cleaned for second night, so bed was not made, towels not changed, bathroom not wiped over or rubbish removed ... so we had an ant invasion. Breakfast was pathetic ... weak, luke warm coffee, slices of orange and a pastry. I will say the sheets and towels were clean though.
Good location Nice staff
Balcony with view. Ride up HWY 198. Great for bird watching.
Decor a bit worn. Curtain wasn't fixed during our 5 night stay.
All of the items under question #2 I booked a VIP room with two bedrooms. What I got: 1) A very small & smelly (triangular shaped) room. 2) The bedroom, restroom, and the next bedroom separated by paper thin wooden panels. And connected by broken (wooden) sliding doors. 4) ALL of the furniture...looked like it was acquired at a flea market. 5) WIFI did not work 6) Lost all power at the stroke of midnight All of these at an overprice total of $230.00 per night.
nothing, floor stunk, was dirty, the only person who made it tolerable was the nice desk clerk in the beginning, the problem she didn't say the office was open 24 hours when we went to complain the office showed as closed
Broken Windows in Both rooms, a back door that would not lock, a shower that would not shower, the minute I turned on the water the shower head blew off the pipe, oh and the lights by the bed didn't work avoid this place !!!!
The cabin with kitchen was perfect for three adults and 2 small children in our group. Really close to Sequoia National Forest. The kids loved the pool and we appreciated having a kitchen for them (picky eaters) and extra space. Staff was friendly and helpful. The suite was older but well maintained.
One weird thing- the kids were often barefoot in the room and kept getting a dark black residue on the bottoms of their feet, we have no idea where it came from but it was somewhere in the suite. Even after washing their feet were black again after less than an hour, and they were inside the whole time. I wore white socks most of the time and my socks were always clean. Kinda gross. We were in suite #3, maybe the staff should check the floors. The front door of our room also opened directly onto the one-lane entrance driveway to the Lodge parking lot. You just have to be careful when going outside, but it seems a bit unsafe especially for kids. There is only 1 assigned parking space for each unit and they are a tight fit if you have a large vehicle, pulling into my parking space made me nervous and I only have a Honda CRV, I can't imagine how you would park if you had a bigger vehicle. My mom has a Ford F250 and she had to park it out front at the office since we were only allowed one space and she couldn't fit into the assigned one. There are only 3 spaces in the front and I guess you'd be out of luck if they were full. Maybe call and ask them about the parking situation if you have a big vehicle before you make the reservation.
It has a pool. Location is also nice. Room felt like a moutain hut
A little bit of mold inside the shower handle.
everyone of you,everything,we liked all. we've had good experience. see you next time : )
we didn't like the idea of vacation was over. : (
Location, shower was ok, free shampoo
Terrible cheap mattress, thin pillows, thin walls, wifi broken
Location. Good value for the money.
Lousy Wi-Fi. The breakfast is a joke Small and very old room. Only one electric receptacle. Dusty room. The bathroom was so old that looked even more dirty that it really was. Just a new bath tub mat would have made it a little better, We used a towel as mat.
Close to the park entrance Good Value
Plug in room did not work
Breakfast not really "american". Just a coffee and some sweets..
Squeaky noise in floors Car passing noise from hwy
It's not a 5 star luxury hotel but for our first night in CA awaking to find a mountain view in a very quaint motel from my bed was breathtaking!! The layout, location, view, outdoor patio, and outdoor pool with the mountain backdrop will forever be a treasured memory!
That our trip only allowed us one night there!!
The staff was very helpful.
Convenient to Sequoia NP. While decor a bit old and sometimes eccentric, we were there for the park so that didn't matter.
Not much to the free breakfast - but there is a good breakfast place (we three bakery) just up the road
Close to entrance of Sequoia National Park
The place needs serious updating and cleaning. We stayed in the VIP rooms...the paneling was scratched, the lighting fixtures were full of dead bugs, and I felt like I had to wash my hands every time I touched a light switch. The pool was small and cloudy..I wouldn't swim in it. The staff seemed very put out that we thought it was important for us to lock the sliding glass doors to our room. Their excuse was that it was on the 3rd floor and no one had ever broken into a room before so we had no reason to worry or expect to be able to lock those doors. We got the impression the owner is trying to get as much money as possible out of it without putting any money into the property.
Simple, fast, quiet, friendly staff.
Maybe a bit expensive, but within envelope for the region. The core of the Sequoia park is 1h drive from the lodge.
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