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Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed January 6, 2017 via mobile

The common areas are good- a nice enough cafeteria and divining hall, store for camping supplies, and a gift shop that has good essentials (and great souvenirs). The "lodge" building is the only place with internet access, so it's basically just a giant room of people on their phones. The pitch around the lodge is cute though. My complaint is...

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Los Angeles, California
Reviewed January 3, 2017

Had a very cozy stay toward the end of december. It was 10 Degrees F throughout the night, and I didn't feel a bit of it. Not all of the tents are heated so be aware when booking. I really enjoyed the camping feel of it, so if you're not about the minimalist feel of things i wouldn't recommend this....

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1Thank Bryanelgreat
Oak Park.CA
Reviewed January 2, 2017

Spectacular location. We stayed in a double, 2 twin tent. Expensive. Tents packed together, so could hear a crying baby. Being in the village puts you steps away from the guest lounge (wifi, seating, fireplace) and the village main building (pizza and other food, TV, tables, beer). You can use the bathrooms in the village building if you dare not...

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Camarillo, California
Reviewed December 29, 2016 via mobile

Hundreds of tent cabins in this village. Formerly called Curry Village. The tents are comfortable though a little spartan. Cabin was heated, which provided plenty of heat although it was in the 20s outside. No food in the tents. Bear boxes outside for food. Small towels provided. Bedding too, but sleeping bag is a good idea. Shared bathrooms with flush...

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Nottingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed December 28, 2016

The cabins are basic (as you would expect) but very clean and comfortable. We struggled with toilets as two of the blocks were closed, so it was a bit of a mission to find an open one (even with the map). There were queues of course with everyone using reduced facilities. I was a bit naive and very surprised by...

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Glenmore Park
Reviewed December 26, 2016

We stayed over Christmas in a cabin with 2 x double bed & bathroom with our two boys 14 & 12 y/o. We found the cabin cosy, warm and great to have our own bathroom - felt for this sharing as it's so cold. I would recommend this room, its basic but comfortable. Food at the pizza place was ok...

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1Thank Vanessa B
Reviewed December 26, 2016 via mobile

The facility was clean. These might be fine in summer, but we froze in the "heated" tent. There are 3 mesh windows with only a loose piece of tarp over each one between you and the frigid cold. Parking is inconvenient. You have to haul your stuff all the way to the tent. Spend the extra money for a cabin...

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San Jose, California
Reviewed December 26, 2016

You can beat the location! Nice amenities (pool, restaurants, etc.). However, it was not clean. The tent floors were dusty and our bedding had grass on it. Biggest down side was that you could not have a campfire or cook.

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California
Reviewed December 21, 2016

Great service, easy access, loved the environment. I would come back. Maybe get a stronger WIFI, LOL. Other than that, a terrific place to stay and camp.

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Southern California
Reviewed December 14, 2016

Cabin was a little tight on space. We had full hiking gear and it was a bit of a trip hazard. The beds were reasonably comfortable and the bedding/furnishings were standard NPS level, comparable to a budget chain hotel. It is a shared bath with the neighbor and our cabin did not have a lock on the connecting door. We...

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  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Free Internet
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  • Non-Smoking Hotel
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  • Free Parking
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Half Dome Village is made up of a combination of rooms types. We have Hotel Rooms, Cabins with Private Bathroom, Cabins without Private Bathroom, Heated Tents and Unheated Tents. Our operations are seasonal and include 5 Food and Beverage Outlets in the Peak Season. We are located in the Southeast portion of the Valley. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Half Dome Village

Address: 9010 Curry Village Drive, Yosemite National Park, CA 95389-9907 (Formerly Curry Village)
Location: United States > California > Yosemite National Park
Price Range: $74 - $200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:1 star — Half Dome Village 1*
Number of rooms: 503
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Curry Village Hotel Yosemite National Park
Curry Village Yosemite
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“If you stay in a 'log-cabin' you will have access to a heated outdoor swimming pool.”
 of 5 bubbles AlexYGoldsmithsRow90, 4 days ago | Read review
“try and ask for a tent near all the camp facilities otherwise it's an annoying walk”
 of 5 bubbles , 1 week ago | Read review
“Choose tent near toilet and not near the parking area because you can hear people even late at night.”
 of 5 bubbles joa602, 4 weeks ago | Read review
“Just be sure you check all options available”
  • Exterior
  • charming staff let me in. Note 2 twins, hanging area
  • Double bed on other side. Sleeps 4
 of 5 bubbles oregonbeach, Jan 15, 2017 | Read review
“During Winter, Opt for a heated Tent”
 of 5 bubbles Bryanelgreat, Jan 3, 2017 | Read review
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