Mammoth Ski Museum is a worthwhile place to keep yourself busy. Spend a night or two at Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa and Shilo Inn Suites - Mammoth Lakes, and you'll be right near this attraction. Check the calendar, purchase some tickets and settle in. You won't regret seeing a show at Edison Theater. This spot's closest accommodation options include Innsbruck Lodge and Quality Inn Mammoth Lakes.
Let's get real, we don't all like blowing money on somewhere to stay. Mammoth Lakes has a good range of budget hotels. Two of the most convenient options are the Sierra Lodge and the Rodeway Inn Wildwood Inn. Alternative affordable hotels are the Motel 6 Mammoth Lakes and the Travelodge Mammoth Lakes.
If you find yourself requiring more options in Mammoth Lakes, try the 1849 Condos - Mammoth Lakes and the Juniper Springs Resort. They are 2 kilometres and 2 kilometres away from the city's main streets. Wotif also recommends the Mammoth Mountain Inn and the Tamarack Lodge Resort. The first is a kilometre away from the city, while the other is 4 kilometres away.
If you'd like to go to some close by localities, think about June Lake and Fish Camp. Travel 17 kilometres to the northwest of Mammoth Lakes and you'll find June Lake. Alternatively, Fish Camp is 60 kilometres to the west. Accommodations in June Lake are the Double Eagle Resort & Spa and Gull Lake Lodge. The Tin Lizzie Inn and Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite are some of the ones in Fish Camp.
Fresno Yosemite International Airport is the most logical airport for flying into and leaving Mammoth Lakes and is 120 kilometres from the city centre. If you would like to stay nearby, try the Homewood Suites by Hilton Fresno Airport-Clovis or the Holiday Inn Express® Hotel Clovis / Fresno.
Hotels in Mammoth Lakes start at AU$110 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.