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This Quality Inn offers clear views of the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains and is less than 14 miles from Mt. Whitney. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel. Breakfast during covid is very different and not too good, but it was packaged to go, which is kinda nice when you’re traveling.
Whitney Portal Hotel And Hostel is located in Lone Pine 12 mi from the Whitney Portal Store and the Mt. Whitney trailhead. This hostel and hotel provides free WiFi. Great location. Easy booking. Friendly staff. Clean spacious room. Onsite off-road parking. Quiet. Great view.
Located in Lone Pine, this motel features air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. Free guest parking is available. Wild West Show Museum is 3 minutes’ walk away. I was able to park my car right in front of where my room was. This my loading and unloading the baggage very easy. The bed was perfect and they even provided a refridgerator in the room. The price was on the high side for a lower cost hotel, I found it was due to the Film Festival that we attended causing a shortage of hotel rooms in the small town of Lone Pines.
Located in Lone Pine, California, just 2 miles from Alabama Hills, this motel offers a seasonal outdoor pool. All comfortably furnished rooms include free Wi-Fi. I love the beds here. Just cozy. It’s quiet. The front desk staff are friendly even when you’ve obviously woken them up coming in late. Parking can be tricky if you’re the last one in but it’s manageable.
Cozy Muir Cottage - In Town - Pet Friendly is located in Lone Pine. The property is 16 miles from Independence, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. The location was perfect. It was towards the end of a very quiet street and a few minutes walk into town. It was super easy to access the local hikes. We also had a small dog and the front gate closed so it could run around in the front and back yard as well.
✮3Br 2Ba Ultra Basecamp! With 30AMP RV Hookups✮ is located in Lone Pine. The property is 16 miles from Independence, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. The beds are comfortable, the kitchen is well stocked, the family room is very comfortable and the backyard is a perfect place to relax on a summer night. We stayed after a Mt Whitney climb, it was perfect for the 5 of us! The host was very responsive and friendly.
For an overnight motorcycle rider, this was an excellent choice. I was able to park my motorcycle right up to the front door without concern. Next door and across the street is EZ access to fuel. The Lone Pine Smokehouse is an excellent suggestion for a meal. Lone Pine Market is also down the street and Jake's Saloon looks inviting. For a motorcycle road trip, clean sheets and clean porcelain is all I need. This property met my expectations.
If you are old enough to remember Gene Autrey, Roy Rogers, the Lone Ranger, this is a fascinating place to visit. Numerous movies and shows were filmed in the Alabama Hills just west of Lone Pine and many of the movie stars stayed in the historic Dow Hotel. The western film museum was well worth the visit. The Alabama Hills Bakery across from the hotel was a great place for breakfast!
A charming little town with amazing views of the mountains! Would love to stay a little longer and explore some of the hiking trails. The Alabama Hills cafe had amazing coffee and breakfast. We would have like to have tried the smokehouse but unfortunately it was closed the night we stayed. The Western movie museum also looked really interesting but we didn’t have time to check it out.
So surprised. We've been going through Lone Pine for 50 years and so pleased with it. Activity felt good. 2 wonderful restaurants, Whitneys and a bakery. We were SO impressed. We used to stay in Bishop, but we're stopping in Lone Pine from now on.
My friend and I came up for the Film Festival. We've been coming since the early 2000's. Very sad how it is now. I miss the days when Dave Randolph was in charge. It was really something. It has totally gone down hill, and it's just really pretty pathetic, sad to say. I doubt we'll go again. They need to get someone who will put some new life into it. If they don't, I fear it'll just fade away. The food was way pricey for what you got. Just mediocre. Totem is pretty consistently good. The grill was so-so. The Whitney people weren't getting service, and it was so terrible last time, after people were walking out in droves, we left. We tried to go to the bonanza but the Cook got sick, and they had to close early. The place I was most impressed with was the Bistro. Great food, malts, souvenirs. It's just a little gem!!! They even had Karaoke on their patio, which was a blast. Stay at the Dow Villa Motel! They are the best! After booking.com accepted our Reservation, and booked us for 2 nights, they totally dropped the ball. Dow Villa notified them immediately that there was no vacancies. They booked us a room for 2 nights anyway. We were going to have nowhere to stay, but thank God Dow Villa found us an emergency room!! Otherwise we would have been out in the cold! The manager even asked why didn't I just call the Motel directly? Good question with the nightmare I had to go through!
This is a town that has a lot of History on the early days of filming Cowboy Movies and you will learn Why this town became so important in the 1940's through the 1960's making movies like the Reo Grande, Gunsmoke, Long Ranger and Hopalong Cassity. We had a great time!
There are certain "expectations" when booking a mid 1900's motel. When we drove up the family said "get out the lysol. Dad booked us in another cheap hotel!" We walked into the room and they apologized. Whoever did the updating on this vintage style motel needs to be commended. Loved the town and will book Trails Motel on any return visits.
Cute little house. Quiet neighborhood. Easy to access. Walking distance to town if you are able to walk a few blocks. It's small, but that's what the words "Cozy" and "Cottage" mean. A good mix of charming older house with modern technology. I'd happily stay a week in Lone Pine in it if I had the time.
Great location, a lot of dinning , breakfast possibilities 2 minutes away, great location to access Death Valley, picturesque Alabama Hills, friendly staff , connection to Hollywood westerns films. Best place to stay in Lone Pine.
The location is great in the middle of Lone Pine (which is not very large). There are ample oppertunities for eating near the accomodation.
Good hotel with good service, but extremely expensive for a 1 star hotel. Room was ok, a bit dark. Good service from the manager.
The location is fantastic! We enjoyed out stay a lot and found the hotel great value for money. Very happy to return
Great location to Lone Pine attractions. Very friendly staff. Excellent property.
was close to everything around Lone Pine, CA
Excellent hotel clean and comfortable