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Honey Bear Lodge & Cabins
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Reviewed 6 August 2009

A large group of us shared one of the cabins for a mostly outdoor summer retreat. We were not looking for a 4-star hotel, so for the money it was a great value. We spent much of our time outside around the cabin as well as hiking some of the nearby trails. There was a lot of usable space around the cabin for our group where we cooked large meals on the barbeque and utilized several picnic tables that were at our disposal (there was also a full kitchen for cooking indoors). And at night we made use of the communal space around the fire pit. The cabin had a nice indoor fireplace as well, was clean and in close proximity to the lake, the village and many restaurants. It’s not located deep in the woods, but we were surrounded by nice views and enough trees to make you feel secluded from the town, which is what we wanted.

  • Stayed: July 2009
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Thank Jimmy_In_Evanston
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Reviewed 20 October 2008

We stayed here briefly for one night as we were going to Oktoberfest. Well it does it's job, a place to sleep and shower but don't expect a very "upscale" place. I would compare it to an average Motel 6 or Hotel 8 kind of feel.

The big plus though, is it is walking distance to the Village and restaurants........don't have to worry about parking.

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The front staff was friendly.

Room: had an ok bed with bathroom.

I would stay here again if I was going to be in Big Bear for one night but if you want something upscale this is not the place.

Big Bear tip for Oktoberfest: Look at staying at the Motel 6: it's just right across the street from the convention center.

  • Stayed: October 2008
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Thank globetrotterswannebe
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Reviewed 29 September 2006

I recently visited Honeybear Lodge and decided to post this because an incident that happened at this location has bugged me since my visit. My buddies and I were visiting Honeybear Lodge September 13-14, 2006 when we encountered a disturbance. This made us feel very uncomfortable as we were kicking back and having fun on the grass area. An older lady drove up went into the office door which followed a lot of screaming then she went to a room just a door or so down, knocking on the door and screaming at the man and lady inside the room. She was very loud and was threatening to call the police on what appeared to be other customers. She was rude and used many obscene words. The blonde lady was in tears and crying. This made me and my buddies feel uncomfortable and unwelcome not sure what is going on. We wanted to check out and leave to another hotel. But we had already been drinking.

Later we find that the man that was under attack from this woman was Manager in Charge and his wife and that this older loud woman thought she was in charge with all her yelling and screaming and saying rude words. If it were not for us speaking to the Manager, we would have felt the need to check out. We come to Big Bear quite often as a getaway and not to hear some obnoxious woman screaming obscenities at people inside one of the rooms. There were other people who witnessed this as well and they looked uncomfortable. I especially felt sorry for another young girl who appeared to be stuck in the middle of this.

Our stay was still all right. We really liked the room we were in. We liked being close to town. We could walk to the movies, to eat and to the bars. The rates were comparable to other places in the nearby area. We felt that the location offered a nice getaway and a nice view of the lake. The room was clean and offered plenty of fresh coffee.

I would return here again if this woman is not there.

  • Stayed: September 2006, travelled with friends
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2  Thank happyjenstar
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Reviewed 28 May 2006

We paid $135 for a room on Memorial Day weekend. The only reason that we booked this room was becauase it was the only hotel in Big Bear that took one night reservations. That night it was VERY cold. We paid six dollars for firewood and lit a fire, Later that night, the room was so smoky that my husband had trouble breathing! Yes,the flue was open.

To top it off, the room was not very clean. The coffee pot had not been rinsed out from the previous occupant. The bathroom had mold. There were big chips and holes in the wall. A large hole in the door was covered over by masking tape! For less money, I might not complain so much but for that price, much more is expected.

On the postive side, the staff was nice. We, however, will not be back!

  • Stayed: May 2006
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3  Thank ilovehawaiiredlands
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Reviewed 10 March 2006

We stayed there for a short weekend 2 weeks ago. Really liked the location in the Village. Hotel room was pretty rundown. VERY uncomfortable bed and bedding. Had the Jacuzzi room suite with extra bedroom and kitchen. Wood burning heater was nice touch. Thought it was a bit overpriced for value. Nice staff however. Pretty clean.

  • Stayed: February 2006
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7  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
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