I'm surprised that the Wuksachi is rated a bit lower than the John Muir Lodge just up the road. We stayed at both and both were nice, but the Wuksachi was better. The room at the Wuksachi was more modern and had a TV. The staff at the Wuksachi was head and shoulders above that at John Muir, as was the restaurant. If you're visiting Sequoia and Kings Canyon, and want to stay in just one lodge, I'd recommend the Wuksachi over John Muir. It is near the sequoia grove with the General Sherman Tree and the area is beautiful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Every national park has its top lodge, the one place to stay that reflects all the park stands for. The Wuksachi Lodge® is Sequoia’s signature resort, a striking stone-and-cedar mountain lodge situated in the heart of the park and surrounded by a mighty sequoia forest and soaring Sierra peaks. Open year-round and located with the best access to Sequoia's awesome attractions, the Wuksachi Lodge was built in 1999 in a spectacular alpine setting at 7,200-foot elevation. Nestled amongst the tall timbers in Sequoia National Park, Wuksachi Lodge offers the perfect respite for anyone looking for a place to reconnect with friends, family and the great outdoors. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wuksachi Lodge & Village Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park
- Wuksachi Lodge And Village
- Wuksachi Hotel Village
- Wuksachi Village And Lodge