Our resort offers more amenities than any other hotel in Mammoth Lakes, California. Located Downtown on Old Mammoth Road, we have an excellent restaurant providing fresh and homemade cuisine from beneath the sea, the Far East, and right here at home. We are home to Black Tie Ski Rentals, providing ski and snowboard rentals. Relax by the pool (seasonally), whirlpool or fire pit, or discover the region's winter sports year-round attractions.
Managing Director, Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa
Experience the Majesty of
The white powdered slopes of one of California's finest ski resorts beckons. Across the majestic mountain slopes you will find endless skiing and snowboarding opportunities. Not to mention panoramic views of the California wilderness. Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa is in the middle of this mystical realm, offering a welcoming place to warm yourself and rest after a day of outdoor adventures.
Chalets, Rooms & Suites
Luxurious Fireplace Suites feature heated bathroom floors, large tubs, waterfall showers, kitchenettes, gas fireplaces, leather lounge chairs, and more luxuries than any room in town.
Please join us for the freshest seafood, wood-grilled meats and the most innovative appetizers. Our chefs are classically trained, our service is superb, and our décor is gorgeous.
On-Site Rental Shop
Located just down the hall from the lobby. Our friendly techs are on site to custom fit you with the latest and greatest ski and snowboard rental equipment. Avoid the long lines at the mountain and conveniently rent with Black Tie Ski Rentals!
Where Mother Nature Unwinds
Nestled in the majestic mountain range of Mammoth Lakes, Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa beckons adventurous travelers with a wide variety of activities and pastimes. This is skiing country, with scenic mountain sides painted white with snow, and challenging slopes for skiers of all ability levels. Enjoy scenic gondola rides, and hiking and biking along the winding wilderness trails. Cast your line for some world-class fishing. Enjoy the many activities offered by the Mammoth Lakes Basin.