A downtown location, free high-speed internet and complimentary hot breakfast are perks that please at the Comfort Inn Bishop. The 54-room Comfort Inn offers unusual amenities for such a wallet-friendly property — like microwaves, mini-fridges and coffeemakers in every room and a complimentary breakfast that includes eggs, meat and waffles. Road warriors like the free high-speed internet, complimentary local calls and access to fax services (for a fee). When it's time to relax, there's a seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub. The property also has a guest laundry. The Comfort Inn is in downtown Bishop, two blocks from Bishop City Park and within three blocks from various restaurants. For business travelers, the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power and Southern California Edison are a mile or less. Northern Inyo Hospital is just over a mile, and the Owens Valley Paiute Shoshone Cultural Center, showcasing local indigenous art, is less than two miles. The Mammoth Mountain skiing area is 47 miles northwest, and Mammoth Yosemite Airport, offering daily round-trip service to Los Angeles, is 37 miles away. The Comfort Inn's convenient location and good value make it a plum pick for skiing or rock climbing in the Sierra Nevada.
Hotel is surrounded by the High Sierra Mountains with a Swiss Village atmosphere.
Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $15.00 per pet per night. Two dogs are allowed per room.
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