Stay in Lodging Near the Village at Mammoth

Oct 15, 2020

If your idea of vacation includes nightlife, après ski treats, kids’ amenities, and/or shopping galore, you will probably want to take a serious look at staying as close as possible to The Village at Mammoth. With 15 eateries and 13 places to shop, there’s never a dull moment at this vibrant location.

What to Expect at the Village at Mammoth

The Village at Mammoth really does have it all for those who like to be in the center of everything. Nearly every weekend there seems to be something new happening. Staying within walking distance of this Mammoth hotspot is a wise decision.

Diverse live music, exciting entertainment and fantastic festivals draw locals and visitors alike to its open-air plaza. And with the Village Gondola ready to whisk fun-lovers off to Mammoth Mountain Canyon Lodge plus access to all of the free Mammoth Lakes shuttle lines, it’s a popular lodging destination for those who like metropolitan and alpine thrills.

Lodging near the Village at Mammoth

The Village Lodge

Mere steps from all of the action, The Village Lodge offers luxury and convenience in one pretty sweet package. Amenities include Wi-Fi, fitness centers, game and media room, Starbucks room service, child care, the Mountain Center, and complimentary airport and town shuttle service.

Choose from a studio condo with its own kitchenette and top-of-the-line amenities all the way to a three-bedroom deluxe condo with top-floor views of the Sherwin mountain range and a contemporary kitchen (there’s a reason it’s the most in-demand unit in Mammoth). And when you’ve had your fill of excitement in The Village at Mammoth, relax in the heated pool and spa. It’s the best way to relax all those muscles you’ll use grinning from ear to ear.

Grand Welcome

Sometimes the name says it all. Grand Welcome is a rental agency that works diligently to make sure every guest feels right at home in their properties. Here’s a look at some of Grand Welcome’s offerings in easy strolling distance to The Village at Mammoth.

For Village-proximity, check out the newly remodeled Mammoth Estates 109 unit. Granite countertops, wood floors, stainless steel appliances and a Keurig machine ensure you can make yourself right at home. Stonegate #02 is a sumptuous remodeled home that can accommodate 14 guests in upscale splendor overlooking the Sierra Star Golf Course. And, it’s easy to relax at the Fireside at the Village #108 with its cozy wood stove, Xbox One and Xbox 360. 

The Westin Monache Resort

The views are absolutely breathtaking from The Westin Monache Resort. Many of the rooms overlook The Village at Mammoth and all its opportunities, while others take in the outdoor heated pool, flanked by two hot tubs. And with elegant, suite-style accommodations and the delicious, on-site Whitebark Restaurant, Bar & Lounge, it’s quite the place to see and be seen.

A ski valet and in-resort ski and snowboard rental service ensure that you can relax and unwind the moment you step foot on the property. And with its own stairway access to The Village, you’ll really have the best of all worlds. No wonder it received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence designation in 2016.

Alpenhof Lodge

Looking for something with a little more of an alpine feel to get you in the mood for adventure? Look no further than the Alpenhof Lodge, directly across the street from The Village at Mammoth. With 58 newly restored rooms, suites and cabins, it’s the perfect choice for those looking for the ultimate in mountain charm.

Photos by local artist Vern Clevenger adorn the walls and Petra’s Bistro & Wine Bar is one of the area’s most beloved fine dining experiences.

The Clocktower Cellar is a cozy “ski-town” pub on the bottom level of the Alpenhof Lodge; it’s a friendly choice to gather for drinks with a selection of 26 draughts and over 160 whiskies. And don’t forget to look both ways as you cross the street to all the excitement of The Village at Mammoth.

Alexia Wellons

Alexia Wellons has always lived with a mountain range in sight and is a writer, editor, and founding member of Scarlet Letters Copywriting. Since 2014, Scarlet Letters has worked with the Mammoth Lakes Tourism office on fact-checking the printed Visitor Guide and website, and are now delighted to translate that knowledge into blog posts. A…

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