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Lodging in Lillooet

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Mile O was the cheapest last year. (I stayed at Reynolds, Mile 0, and 4 Pines all last year). Reynolds= one can stagger down to the bar and restaurant if they are so inclined, 4 pines= nicest rooms, Mile O= cheapest?

SuperDave and I stayed at the Mile O last night. The owner quoted me 79 Canadian but I got him down 10 bucks to 69 as their were a lot of cars in the lot. If the lot was empty, I'd wager he'd go to 59, (I am usually pretty good at wheelin' and dealin').

 

 

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There is a suite in the 2nd floor corner of the Mile 0 with 3 beds in 2 rooms plus kitchenette. We got it last year at the same price as a regular room (of course it was AFTER all our friends had already booked in :rolleyes: ). At Mile 0 the housekeeping staff may come in and turn off the heat in the middle of the day - sucks when you are trying to dry gear on a multi-day trip, or just want to come back to a warm room.

 

If you are going to be climbing mainly at Marble Canyon / O-Jack etc. consider staying in Cache Creek. The Sandman Inn there is good enough for J-Lo :P .I stayed at the Tumbleweed once and it was cheap and quiet.

 

No matter where you stay though the restaurant options are dire.

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Mile O quoted me at 69. Asked for a "multi-day discount" (we stayed 4 nights), got it at 60. It was slow - christmas.

 

4Pines quoted 75, wouldn't budge on the multiple night thing.

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