Sierra Nevada Resort, an Outbound Hotel, Opens in Mammoth Lakes, CA

Sierra Nevada Resort, an Outbound Hotel has debuted in Mammoth Lakes, California. Occupying a historic 1967 building that was an erstwhile getaway for Hollywood elite, the renovated property welcomes guests to a western classic reborn as a modern mountain retreat. The property-wide redesign encompassed 179 accommodations including deluxe rooms, fireplace suites and chalets, the lobby, a contemporary dining concept and a wine bar. A collection of 10 free-standing cabins, a heated pool and an outdoor food garden will join the property in spring 2023.

Guestrooms include 15 fireplace suites with mountain views. All guestrooms offer gear-laden travelers custom ski and snowboard racks fashioned from upcycled timber salvaged from forest fires at the nearby Yosemite National Park. The resort’s 19 chalets offer multi-bedroom configurations with full kitchens and large dining rooms ideal for families and groups. Select accommodations include complimentary firewood, as well as heated floors and toilet seats.

Bar Sierra, the resort’s new contemporary California restaurant concept, celebrates local fare and regional brews with 16 craft beers on tap. The indoor-outdoor space includes a private dining room, al fresco dining area, and a walk-up window for guests using the pool. The restaurant also houses an arcade with vintage games like Pac-Man. The resort’s new lobby has a wine bar serving a selection of international wines. Offerings include “Friday Night Flights” of champagne and local-inspired charcuterie boards. In the morning, guests can enjoy coffee and pastries at the lobby coffee bar.

The Sierra Nevada Resort is situated minutes away from California’s highest chairlift-serviced peak where snow enthusiasts can enjoy one of North America’s longest ski seasons. The resort’s onsite Outbound Adventure Center offers rental equipment concierge service via its partnership with Black Tie Ski Rentals, which will fit, deliver and pick up the best available snow gear directly from a guest’s room. Located five minutes away from the closest chairlift, the resort offers complimentary shuttle pick up and drop off to Mammoth’s lifts every 15 minutes directly from the property.

A natural-edge pool inspired by the area’s hot springs will overlook the Sierra slopes and serve as a scenic destination to unwind and plot the next day’s foray into the wild and unexpected. Nearby attractions include Devils Postpile National Monument, Bodie State Historic Park, Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, Yosemite National Park and Death Valley.

Deal: Guests can avail of the “Mammoth to the Max” package, which includes a two-night stay for two in a fireplace suite, two robes and a $150 resort gift card to use at the wine bar, Bar Sierra restaurant or gift shop. The experience starts at $370 per night; Sierra Nevada Resort offers nightly rates from $199.

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