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Mammoth Mountain Resort

Mammoth Lakes Honeymoon Venue
1 Minaret Road
Mammoth Lakes, California 93546

Contact: Reservations
Phone: 800/MAMMOTH (800/626-6684)
www.mammothmountain.com
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Why We Like This Place

Mammoth Mountain isn’t just for skiers anymore. In fact, leisure-seekers come to this Eastern Sierra oasis year-round for golf, fishing, and hiking—or to just kick back in the serene alpine environment. Still others, enticed by the dramatic terrain and the deluxe amenities of Mammoth Mountain and the Village at Mammoth, come here to honeymoon.

Though the whole town of Mammoth Lakes is only four miles from end to end, the resort encompasses a vast assortment of lodges and event venues, each with its own distinctive appeal. The resort’s knowledgeable staff will assist couples in customizing their Mammoth experience to suit their personal style.

On Mammoth’s northwest fringe, rustic romance flourishes at Tamarack Lodge and Resort, whose cabins overlook the crystalline shores of Twin Lakes. Boasting high-beamed ceilings and the warm patina of the past, Tamarack’s wood-frame cabins are spread throughout the forest where chipmunks and mule deer meander among lodgepole pines and songbirds croon from fir trees. Here, you can bask in the ever-changing hues of the seasonal foliage, particularly breathtaking in early fall when golden autumnal light accentuates the orange-red of the aspens. Spring introduces its own palette, with deep blue lupine and the burnished reds and golds of Indian paintbrush in colorful clusters around the base of trees. In winter, everything is covered in pristine white. After an invigorating day on the slopes, cozy up in front of the fireplace with your sweetheart as a light snow falls outside. Views from Tamarack stretch across the lakes, and from summer through fall you can cross the footbridge that leads to a tiny islet holding the Forest Chapel.

Modern sophisticates might set up base camp at the Village Lodge, where luxury meets state of the art for the ultimate in accommodations. From this prime location at the hub of the bustling Village Lodge at Mammoth, indulge in a variety of upscale boutiques, fine restaurants and exciting nightlife. Other options include the Mammoth Mountain Inn, a a stylish mountain lodge landmark since 1959, and The Juniper Springs Resort, Mammoth’s premier ski-in, ski-out all-condominium hotel.

Honeymoon Package Notes

Various packages are available. The Romance Package is a romantic getaway to a cozy cabin tucked in the woods or a slope-side condo with dramatic views of the High Sierra. Complimentary wine and decadent gourmet chocolates upon arrival, complimentary turn down service and a late check. Starting at $119/night, depending on room and date.

Guest Room Rates

Juniper Springs Resort and Mammoth Mountain Inn start at $119/night. The Village Lodge and Tamarack Lodge start at $139/night.

Spa Services

Full spa onsite

Spa Services Notes

Double Eagle Spa at Snowcreek Athletic Club at Mammoth offers massage, facials and pedicures.

Hot Tubs/Baths

Hot tub onsite
Standard bathtub

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair accessible

Parking

Free/included
Parking lot
Parking garage

Other Amenities

The four different Lodges and Resorts offer a variety of amenities. Check each one for specifics, but some of the amenities include:
Complimentary local and airport transfer shuttles
Heated pools, hot tub spas, fitness centers
Wireless internet access
Continental breakfast

Site Views

Forest/Wooded Area
Lake
Meadow/Fields
Mountains

Nearby Attractions

Bicycle rental
Boutique Shopping
Golf
Hiking
Kayaking
Nightclubs
Skiing
Other Water Sports

Nearby Attraction Details

Horseback Riding
Fishing
Scenic Gondola
Geocaching
Zip Line
Tennis
Skateboarding
Snowmobiles
Sierra Star Golf Course
Festivals and Events

Some Essential Info

Honeymoon Packages
Room Service
Concierge Services
Onsite Restaurant
Onsite Gym
Pet Friendly



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