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The Groveland Hotel consists of 2 distinct buildings separated by 7 feet and 65 years. Construction for the original site was completed in 1849, with the structure initially serving as an adobe trading post. Aside from the hotel's rooms, it also houses a small saloon...More
Always wanted to stay at this historic hotel on our way home thru Yosemite... Finally my husband agreed, begrudgingly. We stayed in "Lyles" room... noted for being haunted! The room was wonderful! Felt like we were in the Gold Rush days.... But wonderful amenities...Keurig, great...More
When they get around to refurbish this lovely hotel it will be a true gem. During our visit though, I had an outside doorknob fall into my hand.....! gulp! Staff really try hard to make your stay comfortable, but the lack of a restaurant, or...More
A bit overpriced for Groveland, particularly as the rooms are in desperate need of some upgrading. The hot water handle in the shower fell off, several drawers on the dresser were missing handles, and the complimentary breakfast was forgettable at best. Don't go river rafting...More
The Groveland Hotel was wonderful, our room was beautiful. The breakfast was delicious. The Iron Door Saloon, next door was a great place to watch the the NBA finals had great food and drinks. Our first time at Yosemite was perfect!!
$200 - $355 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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