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We wanted to stay inside the park for all the reasons of travelling in/out every day, that was clearly an issue at present as there are roadworks and a one way system in operation so everything travelling around the park is taking twice as long....More
Our check-in and out went well, they gave us the area we requested...so five stars for listening to customers reasonable requests. Look on line, very different lodge buildings. ( I wanted a second floor with balcony which they were great about. ) Huge thanks for...More
We only stopped a night wish it was more, our first time in yosemite was amazing. The only downside is the amount of traffic but it wasn't too bad and moved quickly. The room was clean, check in easy and the food was lovely.
I was lucky enough to reserve a family room at Yosemite Valley Lodge a few weeks before our trip. Our room was in the Cedar Lodge, right next to the main lobby building. The family room was large - not sure how many it sleeps,...More
This high priced property is only worth it for the location. The views and access to the valley is outstanding. Everyone was on their balconies in the evening watching the sun set behind the granite cliffs. It was magical. The beds and bathroom were comfortable,...More
$272 - $458 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We travelled in August, and one of our group has asthma. no problems at all. although there were fans in the room, we really didn't need them- it was never really hot and humid, and the room itself was nice and shady. there... More
We travelled in August, and one of our group has asthma. no problems at all. although there were fans in the room, we really didn't need them- it was never really hot and humid, and the room itself was nice and shady. there is aircon in the food court, bar and restaurant, so its really quite cold there (bring a jacket/sweater). the only thing you might want to check up on is wild fires- sometimes the air would get a little Smokey in areas close to wildfires, so you might want to avoid walking or hiking close to those areas if that is a problem (wasn't for us...). there are lots of rangers around to help in the route selection though, and yosemite is huge, so it should be fine.