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Big Trees Lodge is cherished as one of the most respected and most frequently visited Yosemite hotels. Its authentic Victorian architecture features beautiful white buildings, classic verandas and lush natural surroundings. At the Big Trees Lodge, there's something for everyone-including golf, tennis, horseback riding, or fishing. Evenings are spent gathered around the piano for musical performances in the lounge. Big Trees Lodge dining is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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When President Teddy Roosevelt visited Yosemite in 1903, 13 years after It was established as a national park, he chose to camp in the woods with naturalist John Muir.
However, he did eat lunch at the hotel before heading to the Mariposa Grove to see...More
We were very lucky and got a room in the Clark building, room 37. The room was very clean, quite and came with a wonderful view. We sat on our deck chairs for morning coffee and fruit and in the evening for wine and cheese....More
My wife and I stayed at the Big Trees Lodge (Wawona) for just one night. Our room (bathroom included) was large and comfortable. Don't expect anything fancy, but this Lodge is quite charming. Internet access is spotty (but they tell you that), but we survived...More
Unlike others who have reviewed Big Trees, we found the staff to be very professional. Check in was a breeze. The front staff remembered us by name during our 2 day stay. The nightly piano player was outstanding. We almost forgot our dinner reservation ,...More
This lodge is the real thing -- built in the late 1800s, it is simple but lovely. One night at the Majestic in the Valley costs as much as three nights here! But this place is magical. Note that not all the rooms have their...More