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45978 Sierra Drive, Hwy 198, Three Rivers, CA 93271, United States of America – Show map
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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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 10 per person per night when using existing 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.
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 allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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The Comfort Inn Sequoia Kings Canyon hotel is less than six miles from Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.
Score from 627 reviews Good
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 352 reviews Very good
This Three Rivers hotel is only 3 miles from the southern entrance of Sequoia National Park. The hotel offers a multilingual staff, seasonal outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 357 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 297 reviews Review score
Family athmosphere of the lodge was great, perfect restaurant and friendly bar. Best accommodation in California
Dirty bathroom, no hot water, kitchen is delapitated, kitchen sink does not drain, in ground heater is a burn and fire hazard (we burnt our feet), poor wifi reception, poorly lit rooms
New furniture and great view from small deck. Liked the lawn chairs and swing and lrg. umbrella.
Quarters were pretty tight.
Property was lovely. Very close to the Park entrance, which was convenient. Clean room, nice beds. Restaurant was nice and clean as well.
If the staff were a little friendlier, I would have given a better rating. Some people were very nice; a few servers and a man that was maybe the owner. But the woman in "charge" (also maybe the owner) and a couple of the waitresses, just seemed to be having a bad day. They were not pleasant, and seemed annoyed with our son. For the amount we spent on the room and the meals, I just think they could have been a little more respectful.
Access to the National Park is so easy. There aren't many other restaurants in Three Rivers and I doubt if any of them can match The Gateway for quality.
Very accommodating. Cheerful attitude. Relaxed atmosphere next to small creek. Very close to Sequoia Nat'l Park. Surprised with sauna in bathroom. Will go back. Nice restaurant.
Cabin was a little worn out - but was acceptable and cozy. A little small with no closet to hang clothes. Parking was on gravel.
The setting for the place is beautiful. The river runs right next to the restaurant!The rooms are really nicely furnished and very clean too. Excellent, and the closest place to the entrance to the national park (hence the price)
We never used the restaurant after hearing bad reviews , instead we foubdy a place called Ol Buckaroo instead..amazing place. Basically just down the road, there's a food van, and you sit outside. Lovely organic stuff, tastes great...and also the owners are nice. Ended up drinking with a couple of local people. It was an awesome night!
Terrace for Dinnner, Food
I loved the location and the convenience of being close to sequoia national park. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The food in the restaurant is very good. A little too expensive but good.
Our tv didn't work, it looked snowy and simply had a bad picture. Our wifi also was very weak and slow. Maybe is the location that causes these inconveniences but other than that everything was great. I will come back and stay there again!
The restaurant and waiters were very good.
The back door didn't lock. The table outside was dirty. The air conditioner rattled off and on all night. The refrigerator froze our food. It was too expensive for the accommodations.
We booked the place on the 20th of feb for a 4 night stay in August. When I made contact with the owner in July I was told they had us for 3 nights. I wrote back to clarify and got an email back confirming 4 night stay ok. When we arrived we were told we could only stay 3 nights. Desperate scrabble to find last minute place. Not nice
quiet place and ideally located at the entrance of the park
Nobody to help in case of problem outside of restaurant hours
Spacious 2 bedroom,great service,accommodating staff and owner,great location close to Sequoia National Park, great view from the deck,
Cleaner kitchen/refrigerator and would like updated appliances
The location of the hotel is great. It's very close to the entrance of National Park. It's nice that there's a restaurant on the premise. With young kids, it was convenient not to have to drive out especially after a long day of hiking.
The TV wasn't working although that ended up to be a good thing. It forced us to read and talk to each other.
-the view from the mini patio was nice but was shared with the view of the back of a Restaurant/Bar (trash, unused items, piles of chairs). -Very close to the park
OVERALL: it was old, poorly cleaned (dead bugs still smashed on the ceiling of the bathroom, spider webs everywhere, refrigerator had brown standing water, metal grate in the middle of the hallway dangerous for children,the bathtub was so old that it was stained grey! (parts held together with a couple of metal clasps) You check in at the bar, the service was mixed--one super helpful, one angry and one dismissive. Very Expensive, very poor value for your money. I hope this saves another family from this experience.
Relatively convenient location for a quick start at sequoia national park.
Slow WiFi, over priced food, sub par staff.
location close to Yosemite Park gate is great but clearly note enough to justify all the shortcomings and disappointment regarding level of quality of service. Although Glen (the owner / manager) seemed a charming person, the quality of the rooms offered was poor ( iro space, equipments, cleaning) and overall all very expensive for what it is.
Wifi was good and the location just outside the park was excellent Also the restaurant with the hotel was fantastic! The tacita salad was the best I've ever had!
When we wanted to check out in the morning, the restaurant was closed (so no breakfast and nowhere to leave the key). No one told us upon checking in this would be the case, so we didn't know what to do exactly. We left the key in te room and send an e-mail. We got a reply that this was the right way to go.
The restaurant it's a nice view in back of the dinning area
Fantastic spot overlooking the river.
Very tired old decor.
Excellent position at the entrance of Sequoia NP
Too much expensive in relation to the facilities and type of structure. Also at the restaurant (nice position above a river), the prices are quite high
We loved the location, just blocks from the entrance to Sequoia National Park.
An older facility that they have tried to update w/ linens & fixtures, but needs more attention to detail. Pillows were a bit small, the a/c filter was really dirty & the shower plumbing was interesting.
The Hotel was in a great location
It could have used more cleaning in the balcony area and the Lodge Restaurant prices was a little to expensive for one meal.
We had several problems with the facilities. One is that the bathrooms are the smallest we have ever seen in a hotel/motel. Another is that there was no smoke detector in the room. The biggest problem is the lack of phone service which is a big concern to a mature traveler. There was no phone in the room. The lodge is essentially a restaurant with seven units. The only phone was in the restaurant which was open from 11AM to 10PM. The desk was in the restaurant. There was no cell phone service. There would have been problems if one had a medical emergency outside of the restaurant hours.
It was at the entrance of Sequoia Park
Room close to the road, not possible to sleep... Room with not view at all of the river, but view of parking lot! Restaurant overprice No breakfast at all, restaurant open at 11 am... Very dangerous for kids due to the proximity to the road. We have to leave one day early because we were exhausted. The plan was 3 nights we stayed 2 and lost the money.... But worsted!!!!
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