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If you've ever stayed in a motel anywhere along highway 395 in the Eastern Sierra, you'll know they are basically ALL the same. This one is no different. The good news is the motel is not on the main highway, which cuts down on some...More
I stay in small towns throughout the southwest and at times the little motels can be..interesting to say the least. However The Tress Motel was very unexpected reprieve from the usual off the main road places. The staff was very friendly and the rooms are...More
This motel seems a bit older but is kept up really well. The room was very clean! We arrived around 11 pm and the late check in was easy. We were able to sit outside at the tables and casually have some beers before heading...More
This place is an interesting motel. Old, but generally fairly well maintained (except as noted below).
We stayed here two nights in early August, 2017.
Staff were quite nice. We stayed in the one room that had three double beds. Here is what I note:...More
The hotel was priced a little high for the accommodations we had planned, however our room wasn't ready when we arrived so we were upgraded to a premium room with kitchen which made it worthwhile although we only stayed one night. The customer service was...More
US$100 - US$226 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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Smoking rooms available
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