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Alpine Lodge in Mount Shasta, CA

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Rating: 3.72

Address: 908 S Mount Shasta Blvd, Mount Shasta, CA, 96067

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    Comments (18):

    1. Hallie S.
    This place was absolutely amazing.  First, we did not intentionally chose this place.  We were in the middle of an emergency and desperate. . . our truck starter broke on our way to a vacation north of Mt. Shasta and we had 3 dogs and no place to stay, and were on a limited budget.  I spoke to the manager and explained our situation and he gave us a room at their lowest rate and not only allowed us to bring our 3 dogs (their limit was 1), but also gave us a price break for the daily pet fee.  Then when we couldn't get the new starter for a few days, he let us only pay for half a day on the final day when we got our truck back late in the day well past the check-out time.   The room was clean and comfortable and the dogs liked it, too!  Also, since we couldn't drive anywhere, we found it to be conveniently located as far as restaurants, shops, and even the car repair shop!  If I ever come back to Mt. Shasta and need a place to stay, I'm staying here again!

    21/05/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Charles H.
    Now branded as Alpine Lodge.  The place was priced at $49 a night per person.  I was all by myself and for one night the place was pretty damn good.  It was somewhat old and if it was more than $60 it wouldve been far from okay.  Id give it a good rating though as I had a great sleep (once I turned on the heater).

    19/10/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Rachel B.
    As another Yelper noted, this place is now called Alpine Lodge.  We had a hard time finding it because we were looking for Econo Lodge.  We picked this place as a stop-over because it is pet friendly.  We got a 2 bedroom suite with fridge and microwave for something around $80 per night, with tax, and pet charges.  Not bad, really.  It was snowing and they were shoveling the lot.  The place is definitely a little old, but they take good care of it.  The location is nice and very pretty.  There is a little restaurant called Lily's across the street and a cute coffee shop too.  We'd definitely stop over there again.   Oh, and the owner or whoever it was that checked us in at midnight was very friendly.

    06/01/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. donna d.
    Inexpensive and comfortable in winter. Old furniture but it worked. Forget the continental breakfast, as it is a bagged fruit juice and danish. But it is across the street from Seven Suns Coffee. The heater worked and wasn't the noisy type you usually get in low cost hotels. The wifi worked great. My only 2 complaints are the pillows are too flat and the guy in the next room smoked all evening outside on the patio, then hacked all morning. Otherwise no problem at all. I would return if staying in Mt Shasta.

    05/02/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. Tracy O.
    For an Econo Lodge (named Alpine Lodge, how sneaky), this place was rather quaint and nice to stay in.

    First off, the manager is awesome - super friendly, asks how you're doing when you see him outside, and willing to accommodate tough situations. My friends and I came in off the mountain and our two queen room apparently was vomited in (ew) so he gave us two rooms, one with a queen and one with a king and fridge to make up for it. :)

    The place is really, really tiny and I wished they had a bathtub rather than just a shower, but they were clean and fine for a few nights stay before and after a Shasta climb. If you're looking for a nice, cheap place to stay, this place served us well.

    13/05/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. eric c.
    Good place to stay for the price, and it's walking distance to bars and restaurants. I got a better price by calling rather than reserving through Kayak.

    29/12/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. F P.
    Writing this from our room, on free wifi. Great connectivity - my friend was watching Netflix within 2 minutes after I brought the password from the front desk. We were looking forward to the pool, but it was closed - guess it's not the season. Hot tub across the parking lot looks open though. Sign says "closes at 10", presumably because of noise. Room is nice & clean - had to squirm behind the bed for outlets, but we always travel with extension cords! A/C unit seems not to work, but the weather is perfect. Got a clean room right in front of our parking spot, with queen size bed, mini-fridge, microwave & tv, for $60/night.

    Will try and remember to update at the end of our stay.  :)

    08/05/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Marc S.
    On a trip in the area, I was going to camp, but it was getting late, I was sweaty from a hike and the temp was dropping fast so decided to go all civilized.  Former Econolodge was same price as another one I called, so chose them, $59 on an October Saturday.  I was sort of shocked by how nice the room was.  Must have recently been redone.  Shower and bathroom was still a bit run down, but things worked.  No bad smells, which is the danger in cheap motels.  Nice owners.  Comfortable bed.  With a fixed up bathroom, at this price, they would get 5 stars.  Great cinnamon roll at coffee place across the way for a major sugar fix in the morning.

    19/10/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Pit L.
    we went to mt Shasta last weekend and decided to take a look at this hotel before we rent. Room was nice, clean, so we liked it. No smell, no nose. Will stay here again.

    08/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Ryan H.
    Stopped by because I needed a place to sleep for the night.  Cost-wise, it was a bit more than I was hoping to spend - it was about $65, for just myself.  It's not a completely unreasonable cost, but I was only there for 8 hours.  The man at the front desk was friendly and likable. They have a continental breakfast from 7-9am, but I can't say what that's like because I needed to leave early.

    The room really was nice - had a fridge, queen sized bed, and plenty of space.  You have to go to the front desk for the wifi password, though. Seems like there must be a better way than making everybody go to the front desk.  They could print the password on the receipt, or post it on the refrigerator in the room.... Something... Anyways, it would have been nice to check my email, but no big deal.  

    I was unpleasantly surprised to find small, black curly hairs in the sink.  That was not awesome.  I'm tempted to give one star, but I since didn't give them an opportunity to rectify it, I'll give 2.

    28/07/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    11. shane p.
    The extremely nice and helpful woman working at the desk informed me that the reservation I had called and made for me and my three kids hadn't actually made it into the book. (It was an actual, physical reservation book.)  And they had no vacancies left.  Lesson: Book online.  And I'm left wondering what happened to the credit card info I provided in order to reserve the room?

    Plus side:  We kept driving and discovered the Phoenix Motel in Phoenix, Oregon.  Wow this place is so cute and cheap!  Typing this review over the free wi-fi.

    26/07/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    12. Mac S.
    The people here are super friendly.  Its a motel... small, the room had a distinct smell, etc.  But there are things to expect.  The friendliness of the manager is enough to hook this place up with full stars.

    15/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    13. Ada C.
    We arrived later than normal check in. Called ahead to let them know. It was no big deal. The man who checked us in told us that he had gone up about an hour before and turned the heat on in the room for us. We got checked in and went to the room. It was great. It was clean, it was nice. Despite the cold temperature outside the room was really comfortable, very glad the heat was on before we got there.
    It's the cheapest place I could find in the area, $85 for three people, and it was great.

    20/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    14. Emily C.
    Horrible experience.

    Pool and jacuzzi not in service. Doesn't look like they are going to fix them.

    Found 5-6 pieces of hair underneath a quarter of the comforter so I ended up throwing the comforter on a chair to stay away from the filthy thing.

    Found hair on the towels the lodge provided.

    Burgundy carpet looks like 150 years old with dark brown stain and some bits of white tissue.

    Free wi-fi didn't work for the whole night.

    AC is very loud.  Bring ear plugs.

    Phone in the room doesn't work. Can't even dial operator.

    Free breakfast is concentrate OJ, bananas, and some fruit jelly candy. Don't be fooled by the fancy word of "free".

    By the way, I booked the room through Booking.com and its actually $10 more than if you book with the hotel directly.

    Manager is nice but it can't make up the terrible experience. My theory is, it's a budget inn so we are not expecting fancy 500 thread count sheet and marble counter top. But if you can't keep the environment clean and sanitary then you should really consider a different profession.

    06/06/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    15. The Black Cat C.
    People, if you want cheap, then this is it. why complain so much. The owners are great people, like family. My boyfriend stays there for a short term job in a hospital. I was there 2 times and they were so helpful. Now, we even became friends. Who needs a pool when there's tons of lakes all around you! That's why you came to Mt. Shasta, not a pool!

    06/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    16. Flores J.
    Outstanding hospitality!  Family rooms! So great! If we're back thru there, definitely staying here!!!

    13/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    17. Andrew H.
    People don't like to hear this, because it tarnishes whatever misplaced romanticism they have for mountaineering but, here goes:

    I like to climb mountains, but the night before I climb them...I like to be comfortable.  I know that for the next 2-3 days I'm likely to be simultaneously too hot and too cold and to get 2 hours of sleep in 18 different positions.  I also like to have brunch before I leave the trailhead, but that's for another time.

    This hotel is, allegedly, the cheapest place in Mt Shasta City.  This is according to the gentleman we woke up at midnight after a long drive from Portland...so take that with a grain of salt.

    I was looking to sleep on a bed and maybe sit on a toilet and hopefully not encounter any syringes and preferably do it near the mountain I was about to ascend...and this place did the job.

    It's a freakin' hotel, what more do you want?

    Oh, and we didn't pick it because of the name, wise-guy.

    07/05/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    18. Jeremy G.
    This is great for a budget hotel. The manager is friendly and referred to me by my first name every time he saw me and is very accommodating (see Tracy O's review).

    The rooms themselves are small, have showers instead of tubs but are clean and pretty much all you need for a simple stay. I would like to see the bathrooms updated and a few more power plugs available for charging electronics.

    Bring your own soap and shampoo because all they provide are soap bars.

    18/05/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0