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Hotels near Snow Summit in Big Bear Lake

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Best hotels near Snow Summit, Big Bear Lake

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Big Bear Lake
|0.04km from Snow Summit
The 2231-Summit View Home provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The 2231-Summit View Home offers a pleasant stay in Big Bear Lake for those traveling for business or leisure. With multiple attractions nearby including Ski Beach Park, Snow Summit Ski Resort and Big Bear Alpine Zoo, guests will find plenty to keep themselves occupied. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. For those driving themselves, parking is provided on site.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.1km from Snow Summit
The 2180-Sunflowers and Cowboys 2 Bedroom Home by RedAwning provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The 2180-Sunflowers and Cowboys 2 Bedroom Home by RedAwning is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Big Bear Lake. The nearby area boasts an abundance of attractions including Ski Beach Park, Snow Summit Ski Resort and Big Bear Alpine Zoo. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities. This Big Bear Lake hotel offers parking on site. When it comes to Big Bear Lake hotels, the 2180-Sunflowers and Cowboys 2 Bedroom Home by RedAwning is highly regarded for its excellent facilities.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.18km from Snow Summit
The Snow Summit Townhouse is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Snow Summit Townhouse offers a pleasant stay in Big Bear Lake for those traveling for business or leisure. This hotel is located near many of Big Bear Lake's attractions including Snow Summit Ski Resort, Ski Beach Park and Big Bear Alpine Zoo. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities. Guests of this Big Bear Lake hotel can make use of the parking facilities.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.21km from Snow Summit
The Papa Bear's Hideout is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Papa Bear's Hideout is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Big Bear Lake. Seeing Big Bear Lake's sights from this hotel is easy with Ski Beach Park, Big Bear Alpine Zoo and Snow Summit Ski Resort all close by. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. This Big Bear Lake hotel provides parking on site.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.25km from Snow Summit
With a stay at this cabin in Big Bear Lake (Summit Estates), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Snow Summit and The Village. This luxury cabin is 4 mi (6.5 km) from Bear Mountain and 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Chair 8.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in this cabin, which has a kitchen. Complimentary wireless internet access is available to keep you connected.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.26km from Snow Summit
With a stay at this cabin in Big Bear Lake, you'll be a 4-minute walk from Snow Summit and within a 5-minute drive of The Village. This luxury cabin is 4.8 mi (7.7 km) from Bear Mountain and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Chair 8.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in your cabin. Complimentary wireless internet access is available to keep you connected.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.27km from Snow Summit
With a stay at this cabin in Big Bear Lake (Summit Estates), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Snow Summit and The Village. This luxury cabin is 4 mi (6.4 km) from Bear Mountain and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Chair 8.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in your cabin. Complimentary wireless internet access is available to keep you connected.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.27km from Snow Summit
The 2264-Summit Mountain Getaway Home is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The 2264-Summit Mountain Getaway Home is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Big Bear Lake. This hotel is located near many of Big Bear Lake's attractions including Big Bear Alpine Zoo, Ski Beach Park and Snow Summit Ski Resort. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities. Guests of this Big Bear Lake hotel can make use of the parking facilities.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.27km from Snow Summit
With a stay at this condo in Big Bear Lake, you'll be next to a golf course, a 4-minute walk from Snow Summit and a 4-minute drive from The Village. This golf condo is 4.8 mi (7.7 km) from Bear Mountain and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Chair 8.This smoke-free condo features snowboarding nearby, cross-country skiing nearby, and hiking/biking trails nearby. Recreational activities include sailing nearby.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in your condo, featuring a refrigerator and a Smart TV. Complimentary wireless internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include a coffee/tea maker and a washing machine.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.29km from Snow Summit
With a stay at this condo in Big Bear Lake, you'll be next to a golf course, a 3-minute walk from Snow Summit and a 4-minute drive from The Village. This golf condo is 4.8 mi (7.7 km) from Bear Mountain and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Chair 8.This smoke-free condo features snowboarding nearby, cross-country skiing nearby, and hiking/biking trails nearby. Recreational activities include sailing nearby.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in your condo, featuring a refrigerator and a Smart TV. Complimentary wireless internet access is available to keep you connected. The bathroom has a bathtub or shower.Conveniences include a coffee/tea maker and a washing machine.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.29km from Snow Summit
With a stay at this condo in Big Bear Lake (Summit Estates), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Snow Summit and The Village. This golf condo is 4.4 mi (7 km) from Bear Mountain and 12.8 mi (20.7 km) from Snow Valley Mountain Resort.This smoke-free condo features a tennis court on site, fishing on site, and snowboarding nearby. Recreational activities include cross-country skiing nearby, hiking/biking trails nearby, and sailing nearby.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself comfortable in this condo, featuring a kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator/freezer and an oven. There's a private balcony. A Smart television with cable programming provides entertainment, while complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include a microwave and a coffee/tea maker.
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Big Bear Lake
|0.3km from Snow Summit
The 2179-The Ted E. Bear Lair at Summit 2 Bedroom Home by RedAwning is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The 2179-The Ted E. Bear Lair at Summit 2 Bedroom Home by RedAwning is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Big Bear Lake. There is no shortage of things to see in the area, with the Big Bear Alpine Zoo, Ski Beach Park and Snow Summit Ski Resort all nearby. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city. Guests of this Big Bear Lake hotel can make use of the parking facilities.

Reviews of Hotels near Snow Summit in Big Bear Lake

Bear Creek Resort
3.8/59 Reviews
Big Bear Lake
|1.32km from city center
This place is a dump, and management is extremely rude and inhospitable for a business that is in the hospitality industry. We booked Unit 14 for a Saturday and Sunday night. When we arrived on Saturday afternoon, the unit had a strong odor that was giving us headaches and making my 70 year-old mother-in-law nauseous. We assumed the smell was from extra cleaning because of Covid, opened the windows to ventilate the unit and went out to do some outdoor activities in Big Bear. Wrong! The smell wasn’t from cleaning; it was from bug spray to try to kill the ants that we later discovered all over the kitchen, downstairs bedroom and living room. In addition to the ant problem, the water in the pool was drained (which was not disclosed on their website or Booking.com), multiple light bulbs were out, there were screens missing in several windows, one of the beds had a crater indented into the mattress that made it virtually impossible to sleep in, the TV remote did not work and the air conditioner literally spit out icicles during the night. Overall, the unit was dated (not in a good way) and run down. We weren’t expecting the Ritz Carlton, but we did expect it to be clean, free of bugs, with a working TV and light bulbs, and a beds that could be slept in. We could have dealt with the other issues, but the ants and lingering smell of bug spray were a deal breaker. Unfortunately, because we had been out enjoying ourselves during the afternoon and evening, we did not realize the extent of the ant problem until after 8 p.m. We called the front desk and spoke with Mandy. She was not at all surprised and did not deny that they had sprayed for ants before our arrival. In fact, admitting that there were major issues with our unit, Mandy offered to cancel our reservation for a full refund. She pointed out, however, that because it was a Saturday night, we might have trouble finding somewhere else to stay. She was right. We went online and called around to a few places, but couldn’t find anywhere else to stay on Saturday night (there were 7 of us – me, wife, four kids and grandma – so we would have needed at least two rooms). Because we could not find another hotel, Mandy gave us the option of staying on Saturday but cancelling and getting a refund for our second night. Since we didn’t have any other options, we decided to stay on Saturday and cancel the second night of our reservation. We were expecting to get a refund for at least half the amount we paid, since we had only stayed one night, and because of all of the issues with the unit. Instead, Bear Creek only refunded us $270 out of a $740 booking. So basically, they charged us $470 to stay one night in an ant-infested, bug-spray-smelling, run down dump of a cabin. For the past several days we have been fighting with Bear Creek to get a half refund (we should be asking for a full refund), and can’t believe the way we’ve been treated. On Sunday, Mandy basically told us we we
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Lagonita Lodge
4.4/5102 Reviews
Big Bear Lake
|1.7km from city center
My first time to Big Bear Lake. Lagonita Lodge was a good value. I would stay here again. It sits right on the lake. I didn't get a lakeview unit, but you can easily sit on benches in areas provided to get your lake view. It is a typical timeshare type of resort. Mine was a one bedroom with a hide a bed sofa in the living area. Full kitchen with microwave and stove, full sized refrigerator, dishwasher, fully stocked with dishes , silverware, and cooking gear. There did not appear to be air conditioning in my unit, but there was a heater and it worked. In September it gets cool at night. Around 44 degrees. There is an activity schedule of things to do at Lagonita Lodge. I went to the pancake breakfast, ice cream social, continental breakfast, and the lake cruise. Most of these have an extra charge, but it is very reasonably priced. Boat cruise $10 for example. You can fish right off the shore or their dock. Fishing license requited. There is an indoor swimming pool. Outside Jacuzzi, and exercise room. There is much to do in the area. LL is located very near ”The Village” which has many restaurants and quaint shops. I also rode the Mine Shaft Coaster, rented a bicycle and rode the North Shore Bike Path. A 3 hour zipline tour is located nearby. LL rents kayaks, stand up paddle boards, and even a pontoon boat. Their front desk is open 24 hours. Check in time is 5 p.m. And checkout on Friday through Sunday is 10 a.m. Checkout on other days is noon. They have two Internets - the basic which is free, and a higher bandwidth Internet for streaming, etc. that costs extra. My Verizon 4g on my smartphone worked great here, so I just used that. The rooms are a little dated which I have found is typical of a timeshare resort. My room had some door jams that had been jammed and needed some paint. The icemaker in the fridge worked great. There were 2 TVs. One in the living room and one in the bedroom. There was a DVD player. Mine didn't work, but I called and they sent someone up quickly to replace it. They rent DVDs for $2, and there is Redbox in Vons and Stater Brothers. The location is towards the very west end of town. The main grocery shopping centers are on the very other end of town. It is about 10 minutes to get to the other end. Because it was September, the town was not crowded except on weekends. So that part was soooo nice. I am used to Lake Tahoe and this is a much smaller lake and town. I do recommend this resort and would certainly stay here again. If you haven't been to Big Bear Lake, I recommend that you watch some YouTube videos about what to do in Big Bear. There are many with great ideas you will find. My pictures of deferred maintenance are why I did not give Lagonita a 5 rating.
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Snow Lake Lodge
4.5/5101 Reviews
Big Bear Lake
|1.52km from city center
The room was clean and cosy. High ceilings, large kitchen with all you need, comfortable bed and 2 fireplaces. Also location is great! 5 mins from Snow Summit ski resort and 5 mins from lake.
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Big Bear Lake Front Lodge
3.6/5102 Reviews
Big Bear Lake
|0.92km from city center
Because we arrived very late, the hotel is very small and hard to find; the rooms are not small but the facilities are old and the location is OK. Lake views are generally low because there is no water! There is no breakfast, and there is a table tennis case at the door, which can be exercised.
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Omeo Suites Big Bear
3.3/5103 Reviews
Big Bear Village
Big Bear Lake
|0.42km from city center
HORRIBLE! And “Customer Service” is non-existent! We stayed at Big Bear Inn (formerly named Knights Inn) for one night. We arrived late from OC and just wanted hot showers and to sleep. When we got to our room, it was freezing and come to find out the heat didnt work at all, we put it on the max and it didnt turn on. The front door didnt lock, my friend had to literally pick up the door to line it up with the lock to lock the door. My friend went to take a shower and despite letting to water run for more than 10 minutes (which is so wasteful!) the water never got hot, it didnt even get remotely warm. He decided to not shower and just go to bed. The walls are paper thin so we heard every single thing our neighbors said. It felt like they were in the room with us. The sink leaked water into the floor and looked like it could fall off the wall at any minute. It was 18 degrees that night. The next morning we went to talk to the office and ask for another room. We were told there werent any rooms left, the thermostat was on the wall and it takes the water 10 minutes to warm up. The was the only “customer service” we were offered. No other solutions were offered. Is it SO much to ask to have a door that locks, warm water and heat? These are basic, simple things! Dont book this place, its not worth it. To Big Bear Inn - DO BETTER!!!
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Vintage Lakeside Inn
4.1/5100 Reviews
Big Bear Lake
|0.51km from city center
The first night we arrived, we had to call the after-hours number at 10:30pm once we realized our cable wasn't working. The first thing I said was ”I'm sorry to have to call afterhours, but our cable isn't working and we're wondering if someone could assist us?” To which Carla, the manager, responded ”You need help right now... Seriously?” as if it was a HUGE inconvenience to assist us afterhours for something so trivial. I told her, ”Uh....yes. I know its late, but we paid for a room w/cable - Please send someone.” Two mins later she called back (obviously annoyed) to ask if we had tried unplugging and/or turning the cable off, then back on again. We had tried both. She then huffed and said someone is on their way. About 10 mins later a man showed up, pressed a couple buttons on the remote, then threw the remote down and began walking away without saying a word. He was headed out the door so quickly we didn't have a chance to process what had just happened, so my husband called after him to ask, ”Hey, wait...what did you press on the remote so we know how to fix it next time?” To which he condescendingly replied, ”I changed the channel,” without even looking back at us. We felt extremely insulted and embarrassed in that moment. We were treated like *****s because Management couldn't be bothered to tell us what an easy fix it was. Their behavior towards us was unacceptable and unmerited, which is why I called the Manager back to let her know how disrespected they made us feel. Instead of simply apologizing, she got equally hostile towards me and the conversation ended abruptly without resolution. Had we not made non-refundable plans the next day, we most certainly would have checked out a day early. We've stayed here previously and had a great time, so this this whole experience was completely unexpected and disappointing. Room and location were great.... Customer Service is severely lacking. We will not be returning.
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Big Bear Frontier
4.1/5102 Reviews
Big Bear Lake
|0.72km from city center
Good! I like it!
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Hotel Marina Riviera
4.2/5103 Reviews
Big Bear Village
Big Bear Lake
|0.1km from city center
We had a wonderful stay at Marina Riviera! The location is amazing, it’s just a few blocks from the Big Bear Village which has lots of restaurants and local shops. The rooms are beautiful and feature fun rustic furnishings. The beds are comfy and cozy. We brought our dogs and they were very happy playing outside. There was plenty of room on the property for them to explore and in the room. The staff were really friendly and the front desk was available for all of our questions/responded quickly. The views from the rooms are stunning. The back of the property showcases Big Bear Lake. The whole family has a fantastic trip and would 10/10 recommend staying at Marina Riviera for your next trip!
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Travelodge by Wyndham Big Bear Lake CA
3.2/515 Reviews
Big Bear Lake
|2.82km from city center
Breakfast is simpler with coffee and desserts. The surrounding environment is very good. This town is a tourist-oriented town, skiing in spring and winter, fishing in summer. Come from Los Angeles, all the way to the mountain road, have the opportunity to see the clouds and wonders
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Robinhood Resort
4.2/598 Reviews
Big Bear Village
Big Bear Lake
|0.05km from city center
I’ve been visiting Big Bear for many years but have always rented houses with friends. When my husband and I decided to go up just the two of us, we took a chance on booking a hotel room for the first time. We expected the accommodations to be somewhat older because much of Big Bear is that way, but our room exceeded our expectations. Our Standard King room with fireplace was spacious, extremely clean, well equipped (microwave, mini fridge, silverware, coffee maker and mugs), and all for a reasonable price. We will be coming here any time we need just a room instead of renting a house.
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Best Western Big Bear Chateau
4.1/5106 Reviews
Big Bear Lake
|2.81km from city center
We arrived on Friday afternoon. The place was beautiful and nostalgic. We checked in and the room was nice... we left and returned that evening to find out that we had no heat. I asked why the Forster heating wasn’t working because it was 41degrees, All I git was a blanket and a floor heater. The maintenance guy stated”Itsnot just a switch I can turn on and I don’t know what to do. My wife had major surgery years ago and her spleen was taken. Therefore she gets cold easy. So we cuddled up and for the next few hours, there were people upstairs running back and forth shaking the entire floor. I called the front desk many times up to 3am to get these people to stop with no avail.. We stayed one night and with no sleep, I was so frustrated that when we checked out, I wanted to be compensated for my room. I was told that they couldn’t do anything because I booked the room through you guys.. Amazing
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Holiday Inn Resort the Lodge at Big Bear Lake
4/5106 Reviews
Big Bear Village
Big Bear Lake
|0.43km from city center
The check in was smooth, although there was only one representative for the front desk so she had to juggle us and the phones but she was very friendly and welcoming, she gave us a great recommendation for eating which was Oakside, the room was clean, we stayed for 3 nights and the amenities were provided as needed without any issues. It was a great stay and we look forward to staying here again!
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Motel 6 Big Bear Lake, CA
3.5/5102 Reviews
Big Bear Lake
|4.5km from city center
My experience with this motel absolutely shocked me and has changed my view of Motel 6 totally & probably forever. It happened when I stayed there on December 24, 2021. Admittedly a busy time of the year and a ski resort with many roads closed because of snow, but not an excuse for what they did. All motels in town that were reasonably priced ($60 to $150) were full. Only really nice ones that wanted $500+/night had any rooms, so I was surprised this place had any rooms at all, put I soon realized why. Imagine my shock when I was charged over $400/night. You must be kidding! $400+ for a Motel 6? A total OUTRAGEOUS RIP-OFF! So why did I pay it? Because in this instance I had to, because by that time everyone was full except them, many of the roads were closed and I wasn’t sure I could make it to the next town. I have almost never paid that much for a hotel room, but when I did, it was pretty damn nice, and I don’t think I have ever paid more than $100 or so for a Motel 6. To top it off, they were an older property and NOT in good repair. I noticed and was not surprised when I saw possibly more than half of their rooms vacant that night. Of course, they were, probably because many people said “No Way”, and just took their chances to leave town. I wish I would have had that option. Had they been more reasonably priced, I have no doubt they would have been almost full and probably made more money also. There is no doubt in my mind that they GOUGED me, along with everyone else who stayed with them that night, and I will never forget that they were even WILLING to do that. I don’t want to hear anything like “What-ever the market will bear”, because that has its limits, and it is an UNCONSCIONABLE way to do business. You offer a reasonable product at a reasonable price and a reasonable profit, and it should end there. Anything more than that is gouging, plain & simply. Taking advantage of high demand in order to charge a ridicules price for maybe even a bad product. LegalDictionary.net defines and describes Price Gouging as ………… “It is this taking advantage of a bad situation, raising prices for much-needed supplies or services to an unfair, or even unethical level, that is considered price gouging….…PRICE GOUGING IS AGAINST THE LAW, though the laws vary by state”. No doubt in my mind that this is exactly what they did, and didn’t even feel bad about it because the annoyance and my anger did not end there. There were also no amenities in the room (shampoo, conditioner, lotion, plastic cups, Kleenex, water, coffee or tea, etc.), as well as just one small bar of soap for a room designed for up to 4 people. I went down to the front desk, asked for at least 1 more soap, which she gave me, and then complained that they couldn’t even but a bottle of drinking water in the room. I was floored and pissed with her response. She had the audacity to say, “We don’t normally provide things like that so that it helps us
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