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Historic Hotel

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This historic 25-room hotel was built in 1927 to house the talent of the Western film industry in nearby Alabama Hills. Roy Rogers filmed his first movie "Under Western Stars" at the hotel, and the guest list, includes; John Wayne, Roy Rogers, Bing Crosby, Gene Autry, and countless other singing cowboys, as well as the Manson Girls, and other detectives from the infamous Manson Trial. The hotel features a large, warm lobby with a stone fireplace and ornate carpentry work. The property's long corridors, historic lighting and guestroom views of the Eastern Sierra mountain range offer a unique setting for a variety of location needs.

Category and style

Hotel/Motel

Americana/Anywhere America, Desert, Old Hollywood, Southwestern, Rustic, Spanish

Parking

Private parking for 20 cars

Truck / motorhome on site parking: On property, Street

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Property size (sq ft):
9000 sq ft

Location Rules

No electricity usage
No smoking

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Hair/Makeup area
Wifi

Features

Conference Room/Boardroom
Dining Hall/Cafeteria
Front Desk
Garden
Kitchen
Patio
Brick Fireplace
Fireplace With Mantle
Large Fireplace
Rustic Fireplace
Stone Fireplace
Motel
Mountain Huts
Seedy
Quarter/Half/Three-Quarter Turn Stairs
Straight Stairs

Crew access

Stairs
Street Level
Location
Exact location provided after booking