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  • Nov. 5, 2016
    “A Hallmark of rudeness”
  • Sep. 1, 2015
    “Keep driving”
67741 Kings Canyon Road, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, CA 93633 See on map
Free Parking
Free Wifi
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Free Parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Kings Canyon Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park
United States > California > Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
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Stayed there twice. The owners Carla and Lewis Evans think nothing of arguing in front of the guests. They are rude to everyone, sort of equal opportunity. One example:
"the lock on my door doesn't operate" response "you're lucky, some people don't even have a lock". Another,
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We have visited this business several times and experienced rude service each time. The owners are belligerent and not interested in making the visit a positive experience. The ice cream/food is over priced and served with hostility. I recommend continuing into the canyon and sto
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Wow.. From arriving I knew my time here was going to be as short as I could make possible!
My family and I booked this for the location and it was a great place to stay lovely scenery and views however I cannot say that the service matched this and what a shame that is..
The ow
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No, I am not talking about the lack of wifi or TV. I left the windows open, and the mosquitos came in and ate me alive. Other than that it was a nice place. There was cold beer, nice grub, and a fantastic chocolate shake.
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First off, it should be understood that this is an old-fashioned lodge owned by a outdoorsy man. This is not a hotel owned by a huge company and it should not be compared. The owner was quiet, polite, and took pride in his 1938 building, classic 1928 working gas pumps, over 300 h
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Peaceful and Rustic Cabins
our bathroom - toilet immediately adjacent on left
cabin #2
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Do you have diesel fuel? Or where is the closest location? Thanks!
Hi, Do you have diesel fuel? If not, what is the closest location to get it?
"since it has burnt down you have been spared a miserable experience."
"Ask for a larger cabin, if available."
"Best tip is to stay away from booking at this Lodge."
"We only stayed in 1A - each room is likely different."
"Ask for the Creek cabin. It's a little more money, but has more privacy, and is worth the price. It is the size of a small house."
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