Western Holiday Lodge Three Rivers is a great choice for a stay in Three Rivers. Guests can get a morning swim in at the outdoor pool, and the spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves.
Nice place... and close to the giant trees!Pros: They have a little park right in the center of the property. You can play horseshoes, basketball... kids can ride some swings or play on the jungle gym. It’s very pretty all around the location. It may feel outdated to some travelers, in terms of the rooms themselves, but that’s sort of the charm for me. The breakfast included waffles, pastries, fruit, coffee, juice, toast, cereal and more. The owners are very friendly and helpful. AND there are a couple of cute kitties that the owners keep on location. If you aren’t allergic, they’re really sweet and friendly. Cons: At one point, the water in the shower went from hot to ice cold and I couldn’t get it to be hot again. So after five minutes of that, I screamed like a banshee and I jumped out! I assume it was an isolated incident. But I loved the place overall!!
Okay stayPros: 1 hour drive from Sequoia National Park where Sentinel Tree and General Sherman Tree are
Staff very friendly. One of them was a ranger and provided a lot of information on visiting Sequoia National Park.Cons: Location:
-2 hour drive from Grant Grove, Kings Canyon National Park
-3 hour drive from Cedar Grove, Kings Canyon National Park
Room was not "ready" when we checked in
-only 1/4 roll toilet paper left
-Kleenex container empty. Next day they left a Kleenex box on bathroom counter and did not put in the container
-Spa was not turned on the 2nd night we were there
-no WiFi in the room
Close to National ParkPros: Mini Fridge
Close to small markets
Cons: Dirty looking pool
weird smelling room
No hot water!Pros: It's near the Kaweah River. You can walk to it and have spectacular views and get close to the river. The playground is great for children.Cons: There was no hot water! At best it was lukewarm, for the first person taking a shower, then the warm water ran out. The pool was unusable. It was full of leaves when we got there, then when it got "cleaned" it was cloudy.
Pros: Perfect spot for a trip to the sequoias Cons: Bed was hard
Bed bugsPros: That it is somewhat close to Sequia National Park.Cons: My family and I found bed bugs in our room and the beds did not look like they had been cleaned in awhile because we found hairs on the beds and the TVs are out of date not to mention that the room smelled funny
Great deal, great location.Pros: Very cheap to stay here, rooms are big and clean, very close to Sequoia National Park, breakfast was decent, overall just a great deal. We got a lot for what we paid.Cons: There were flying insects in the room, including mosquitoes.
Not worth the pricePros: Close to the park's entrance. Cons: Poor maintained rooms.
Extremely slow wifi.
Bad quality breakfast
Awesome Staff, Great LocationPros: The flowers and smell of Jasmine, pool, location, spacious rooms.Cons: Keys kept discharging.
Pros: Close to the park
Not bad.Pros: Clean bed. Great tv. Great air conditioning. Friendly staff. Easy check in process. Lots of parking.Cons: Payed extra since it's the peak season for Sequoia visits.
Also, showers we're very weak, so took forever to take one. And whenever another unit would flush a toilet or use their faucet, water would get extremely hot.
Lobby constantly smelled of curry, which took away my appetite for the free breakfast. Curry is more of a dinner or lunch thing for me personally.