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Located in Visalia (Ash Mountain Entrance Sequoia), Econo Lodge Sequoia is close to Visalia Country Club, Visalia Convention Center, and Visalia City Hall. Also nearby are Imagine U Children's Museum and Visalia Adventure Park.
Econo Lodge Sequoia has an outdoor pool and a seasonal outdoor pool. There is a business center on site. This Visalia hotel offers a restaurant and a coffee shop/café. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast. Additional amenities include gift shops/newsstands, self parking, and air conditioning in public areas. Onsite parking is complimentary.
The 50 air-conditioned guestrooms at Econo Lodge Sequoia include complimentary newspapers and coffee/tea makers. Complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access is provided. Televisions are equipped with cable channels and pay movies. All accommodations provide phones along with free local calls (restrictions may apply).
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Just inside the Ash Mountain Entrance to Sequoia National Park on Generals Highway is the park headquarters at Foothills Visitor Center. Down the road is Amphitheater Point, a broad turnout exhibiting views of all three life zones of the Sierra. Hospital Rock is also located near the Ash Mountain Entrance, featuring ancient Native American pictographs and bedrock mortars used to grind acorns.see all hotels in Visalia
It was barely acceptable. Nice people, new bathrooms, but the pool was closed (when it was 100 degrees), internet to the rooms was broken, very minimal TV, no Pay-per-View, pitiful maps, no newspapers, and breakfast was too crowded to get to. The place was noisy with outside sounds of people talking loudly at 1:00 AM and footsteps clunking on the ceiling. […] We lived through it okay. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
The furniture is old and dirty. The swimming pool is not working. The breakfast selection is limited. The place is next to a run down mall and couple miles to downtown.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Best To Avoid, If Possible"
The lobby and grounds of this motel are shabby and unkempt; mouse or other pest traps are visible around the doors of the rooms; carpets are filthy, and the neighborhood is iffy. In its defense, however, the bed was definitely clean and "sleepable"; the bathroom, though in need of some repair, was also clean and usable. Good for a one night crash if […] you're not real picky. Cheap by California standards, but considering the condition of the place, it should have been even cheaper. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
The room is spacious and the basics are met. The breakfast is the cheapest possible one, consisting of a bit of toast or cereal in the entrance office, where by the grace of the merciful you can also have coffee. The manager and his entire family, who work there regardless of their age and/or capacity, are unhelpful, rude, unwelcoming, and very very […] much into screwing money out of everything without having to come out of their lazy chairs to do so. Even the lights in the rooms are fixed with timers, so that your room light goes out after ten minutes, all by itself. Obviously, every morning when they clean in your absence they turn off your airco. Don't go there. Motel 6 has better rooms and far better service for less money. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Nice hotel for one night. The rooms had and old "odeur" about them but otherwise nice. no A/C.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
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