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Planning a visit to Mammoth Lakes and looking for a place to stay? Wotif has lots of hotel options that are sure to put a smile on your dial. We have 26 hotel options within 10 kilometres of central Mammoth Lakes.
Hotel choices close to Mammoth Lakes' CBD are a little thin on the ground, however, the Rodeway Inn Wildwood Inn and Shilo Inn Suites - Mammoth Lakes just a short drive away.
One of Mammoth Lakes' most postcard-worthy landmarks is the Half Dome. The Curry Village and The Ahwahnee are options you can choose from nearby.
9 kilometres from the centre of Mammoth Lakes is the Village Lodge. The Westin Monache Resort is positioned 9 kilometres away. If you'd prefer, you could check out the amenities and rates at the Mammoth Estates Rentals or the Juniper Springs Resort.
After you've spent time in Mammoth Lakes, why don't you tour a little further afield? The Central California district has plenty of other things to see. Photographers will love Central California's valleys. You should also visit a selection of the region's lighthouses. In this section of United States of America, energetic types can also enjoy snowboarding.
Everyone knows we Aussies are pretty chilled, so consider staying a little longer and check out the Coarsegold Historic Museum, Indian Lakes Park and Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians, in Coarsegold, 90 kilometres to the southwest of Mammoth Lakes. If you'd like to spend a few nights in Coarsegold, be sure to check out the Yosemite 41 South Mansion and Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino. Or, you could stay in Mariposa, 95 kilometres to the west of Mammoth Lakes, where you can pick from the Yosemite Inn and Best Western Plus Yosemite Way Station Motel. The California State Mining and Mineral Museum, Mariposa Museum and History Center and Mariposa County Visitor Center are just some of the more popular attractions to experience when visiting Mariposa.
Fresno Yosemite International Airport is the most frequently used airport for flying into and leaving Mammoth Lakes and is 120 kilometres from the CBD. If you would like to stay nearby, try the Ramada Fresno Airport or the Piccadilly Inn Airport.
Hotels in Mammoth Lakes start at NZ$182 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.