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Charming little house and well maintained! Experienced management by Greg and Joanne! Great and comfortable for people stayed in town! Activities include boating and hiking also for meditation! Nice atmosphere!Recommanded for their homemade breakfasts!
I enjoyed my 1-night stay here. The staff was really nice, the breakfast was just what I needed before starting my second day of hiking at Yosemite. The hotel was built in the 1930s and I liked the more rustic, old-school feel to it. Would definitely stay here again.
This hotel was way more than my husband and I expected! Loved everything about it, location, friendliness, cleanliness and beauty. We would like to thank the Tribal Council for making our trip a wonderful experience.
Great stay, friendly staff. Bar and restaurant on site. A couple of mile drive or cab ride to downtown Sonora if you want a night out. We stayed2 nights and it was fine, better than others in the area
Double Eagle has the potential be amazing. Unfortunately, the gas heater in our room was broken, the sauna was closed for our stay, and the whirlpool jets weren't operating correctly. I'm disappointed I paid a premium for these amenities only to not be able to use them. With all the competition down ...
Yosemite National Park is one of the USA’s most famous wild places, offering spectacular landscapes and non-stop outdoor adventure. If you’re looking for great-value accommodation near Yosemite, you’ll find a good range of three-star hotels in the towns and villages surrounding the park, such as Groveland, Oakhurst, El Portal, Mammoth Lakes and Fish Camp.
The three-star hotels in the Yosemite area make great-value bases, with good facilities and convenient locations close to or within the park. You’ll find some three-star accommodation with real character too, from rustic cabins to elegant 19th-century houses. If you’re looking for more leisure facilities check out the larger resort-style properties, some of which offer outdoor pools, cocktails bars and spas.
Most of the major tourist towns and villages around Yosemite are served by YARTS buses, which run to Yosemite Village. Situated in Yosemite Valley, the village is the best place for new arrivals to start. From the visitor centre in Yosemite Village you can pick up more information about other activities in the park. Nearby sights include Yosemite Falls, Tunnel View, El Capitan and Half Dome, all of which can be reached on foot or by free shuttle bus.
Yosemite Valley is only a tiny part of the park. There are plenty of other experiences further afield, including the giant sequoia trees at Mariposa Grove. If you’d like to explore Yosemite National Park further, ask the visitor centre staff about longer hikes and bike trails, as well as opportunities for horseback riding and rock climbing.
There’s still plenty to do in Yosemite National Park outside the summer season, and the main sights are just as stunning in the winter. The views from Glacier Point, for example, are beautiful when the park is covered in snow. Try using the park’s many cross-country skiing trails to explore. There’s also fantastic downhill skiing and snowboarding in Mammoth, just outside the park.