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Double Eagle Resort and Spa

Free Wifi
Free Parking
Non-Smoking Hotel
Family Rooms
3.5 Star accommodation
Hotel class
Hotel Amenities
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free Parking
Heated pool
Hot Tub
Indoor pool
Meeting Rooms
Non-Smoking Hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Wheelchair Access
Room Service
Breakfast included
Room types
Non-Smoking Rooms, Kitchenette, Family Rooms
Hotel class
Room types
Non-Smoking Rooms, Kitchenette, Family Rooms
Number of rooms
Price range
US$143 - US$333 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Also Known As
Double Eagle Hotel June Lake
Double Eagle Resort
United States > California > June Lake
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Last week we spent three nights at the Double Eagle Resort and were disappointed by a number of things. 1) There were Venetian blinds over the sliding glass doors to our porch. Every time we pulled the blinds up to enjoy the view they fell down. We reported this twice to the offi
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Rustic, mountain lodge seating area that is perfect for location. Service was a little slow - seemed understaffed. But, good lunch options. We had a burger that was excellent and cooked as ordered. The fish tacos were full of well seasoned cod. The side of beans and rice were
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I was hesitant to book this hotel based on Trip Advisor Reviews that were wide and varied. I liked the location and of course, the photos made this look ideal for us. I am not an amenity person - I don't look for bells and whistles. I look for clean, well-thought out places with
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Hi the rooms were basic but clean the views and area were magnificent you had your own little log cabin tea and coffee facilities with a fridge, there are more facilities in larger accommodations, the indoor pool and spa were also top class but could sit outside all day and drink
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Response from Darla R, General Manager at Double Eagle Resort and Spa
Responded Oct. 4, 2018
Dear Anne S, We agree that our views are magnificent. Thank you for choosing us as your hotel in June Lake. We look forward to having you as our guests again soon. Thank you for your review.
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This restaurant has always had a problem with flies, but today they were really really bad. There about three of them flying all over our lunch. My husband ended up killing three of them with his hat which was kind of funny but not. They really need to check all their screens for
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King size accommodation. Fan/light combo didn't work in room 15.
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Cabin in Fall
Dated television set and non-functional overhead fan/light unit.
Queen bedroom
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What is the best time during the summer to visit Yosemite?
Dear FMF doc, The High Sierra in the summertime is absolutely beautiful anytime. When the children are out of school, Yosemite, can be a busy time. We love the end of August, September.
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Hello, I’m going to be at your resort on the 14-17th, May 2018. Is this a really bad time to visit Yosemite? I’ve heard about the 3 hour traffic jams at the “floor?” of the park. Trying to get away from Los Angeles traffic jams for better nature views haha. Any advice on avoiding this location in the park but still see its magnificence maybe closer to the entrance? I’m already staying at a beautiful place but I’m partially disabled and walking uphill is difficult for me and my friend. Thank you
Good Afternoon, May is a beautiful time to visit the June Lake Loop. However, at the time you will be visiting us, the pass you would take to Yosemite, highway 120 is not due to open until the May 18th 2018. Every year is different depending on how much snow we received. We look forward to taking care of you and family while you at here with us at DER.
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Hello, I have a confirmation for 3 Days on the 14th of this month. I asked about getting one of the rooms with a view. The guy who took my reservation “Noted” that request. Question, is there a way ahead of time to choose a room? Any suggestions? Also, is the East Entrance to Yosemite open now? Thank You
We were there a few days ago. The resort wasn’t full and they accommodated our request for an upstairs room (they start getting very busy in June). The Tioga Pass is still closed but I don’t think it is far off opening (subject to any road repairs needed).
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Hi, we are planning a visit for our honeymoon in June, how long does it take to drive from the resort to the Yosemite Valley visitor centre? Thanks
Driving from the June Lake area to the valley floor of Yosemite can be a VERY long drive even under the best circumstances. And traffic in and around the valley floor once you get there can be horrible. Reports of 3+ hour round trips just to circle the valley floor were routine last summer. I live in California and know this area very well. I do not mean to rain on your honeymoon but serious due diligence is called for with your apparent plan. Yosemite is truly magnificent and unique. But getting to it and around it in peak summer travel time can be a nightmare. Message me and I’ll be happy to share ideas and suggestions from many trips in June Lake and the Yosemite side of the Sierra.
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During winter, how long to drive to yosemite entrance with ca 120 road closure? Thanks.
Depends which entrance. 20 minutes to eastern Yioga Pass but many hours to drive north, the ease, then south to the western entrance.
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"Go for first floor apartments (2nd floor if you are American)"
"I didn't like the noise in the lodge style rooms and would stay in a cabin in the future"
"Choose a lakeside room"
"Choose a cabin next to a pond for the best experience"
"Ask for a pond view. I didn't have this, but would have liked it."
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