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Much of Lone Pine's tourist trade appears to be hikers or tourists. The Dow seems to do well with a full house on the Monday night we stayed there. Quite expensive for motel, but worth it given location and facilities. It's hot there in August...More
We had a one night stopover in Lone Pine, on the way from Nevada to Yosemite. Based on TA reviews, we decided to stay at the Dow Villa Motel.
We stayed in a ground floor room, near the pool. The room itself was fine. Quite...More
We spent 3 nights are Dow Villa and couldn't be happier. The location is great, close to many restaurants. The pool is so nice after long day of hiking. The front desk service was great, really helpful.
We stayed for one night prior and one night post our Mt. Whitney hike. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful, The rooms were newly redecorated, clean and comfortable. After our first night, I cancelled our reservation at another hotel in order to return to...More
We stayed here for a night, not knowing quite what to expect. When we made our reservation, we were told that several rooms would have to share a bath and shower. OK, what the heck. We pictured a queue outside the bathroom doom. Didn't happen....More
That really depends on what you are interested in lodging wise. One area is more modernized while the other really has that cowboy charm. Both sides are well maintained. The Dow Villa Motel is three diamond AAA rated and has... More
That really depends on what you are interested in lodging wise. One area is more modernized while the other really has that cowboy charm. Both sides are well maintained. The Dow Villa Motel is three diamond AAA rated and has all of the AAA amenities. This amenities include a coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave, free WiFi, and personal climate control. Lodging in the Dow Historic Hotel is based on the 1930's style and amenities are more lobby based. You have access to coffee, a microwave, refrigerator, and WiFi, but they are all accessed through the lobby or from the front desk staff. The heating and cooling are central units controlled by the front desk. Their is no individualized thermostat in the room. What it really boils down to is, who is Baconbutt, and what makes a stay great for him/her?