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We have stayed here for two nights with a group of 8 people (4 adults and 4 children), and we really enjoyed the time here. The house was really clean and spacious, and we were able to meet the owners right after we arrived. The house was prepared with everything you might need during the stay. The ...
we stayed for the weekend and it was very beautiful and comfortable. A fairly close drive to sight seeing locations. Very nice getaway.
The room left lots to be desired. We had a view of pipes and roof. The room was dark with a door to the bathroom that didn't really shut. So-so in terms of cleanliness. There was some sort of purple blob on the ceiling. The restaurant on the ground was the saving grace with the lovely outdoor patio ...
The room was great. It had everything you needed including a small kitchenette with all needed appliances & utensils
Yosemite National Park might be one of the USA’s most famous wildernesses, but that doesn’t mean your accommodation needs to be rough-and-ready. You’ll find a good range of four-star hotels near Yosemite National Park, offering touches of luxury that will help you relax after a long day of outdoor adventure.</ p>
There are several Yosemite locations with four-star accommodation. To the south of Yosemite, search in Oakhurst or Fish Camp, where you can enjoy stunning natural surroundings and beautiful forest views. You’ll find more four-star hotels in Twaine Harte to the west of the park, and Mammoth Lakes to the east. Mammoth is a popular ski, but note that there is no direct access to Yosemite from here in winter.
While there are some big-brand four-star hotels in the Yosemite area, many properties are independent, offering unique character and a personal touch. WiFi, spacious rooms and luxurious beds are standard features, but look out for extra facilities such as outdoor pools, spas, business centres and concierge services. Families are well catered for too, with several excellent family-friendly resorts and a range of self-catered accommodation offering fully equipped kitchens.
Many visitors choose to start their exploration of Yosemite National Park with a trip to Yosemite Village. The village is home to the park’s visitor centre and lies in the heart of Yosemite Valley, where you’ll find iconic sights such as Yosemite Falls, El Capitan and Half Dome. If you’re not planning on hiring a car, it’s still easy to get around – YARTS buses run from many towns and villages to the centre of the park, and there’s a free shuttle that connects Yosemite Village to nearby sights.
With consistently stunning scenery and plenty of well-marked trails, the hiking in Yosemite National Park is second to none. Try a short walk to Yosemite Falls from Yosemite Village, or head to Mariposa Grove to stroll among giant sequoias. Other activities available include horse riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, and in winter, skiing and snowboarding.