YOTELPAD Offers a New Way to Experience Mammoth


About 300 miles outside of Los Angeles is a skier’s paradise with a long history. Now Mammoth Mountain is going modern thanks to YOTELPAD Mammoth. Consisting of 156 condominiums (aka PADs) and 21 town homes (PAD DOMOs), the new hotel and residential property is located in the heart of the popular ski village and is the first major on-mountain resort development in over a decade.

YOTELPAD‘s modular build and high-tech elements make it a standout property in Mammoth and beyond. Otherwise known as tiny homes, modular building has become a major trend in recent years thanks to its affordability and efficiency. YOTELPAD‘s eco-minded design yields less waste and lower energy use while saving owners money and construction time.

The brand’s signature design concept is centered on transformative spaces. PADs feature multi-purpose furniture with convertible configurations to maximize interior space while layouts are complemented by a modern minimalistic design and cutting edge technologies.

The tech at YOTELPAD is no joke — the property is home to robot butlers and a robotic luggage concierge, and through the YOTEL app, guests can check-in, coordinate ski and car valet, enable keyless entry, schedule on-demand Fix-it and Cabin Crews, order mobile dining, access on-site Amazon lockers, and more.

The property’s PADs start at $300,000 while the bi-level PAD DOMOs start at $1.5M. Visit yotelpadmammoth.com to learn more.