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Nice place to stay, however there is no wifi even though it was advertised. We found that we enjoyed eating in the park, even the Majestic for lunch was comparable in price to the lodge. The lodge was clean and staff was friendly. Bus stop to park was convenient. Sitting down by the river in the ...
Good distance from sigtseeing, Yosemite national park. Room is comfortable but details cleanliness little bad. Wi fi is not free, about 10 USD for 2 devices and breakfast not included. Hotel staff is vey kind and nicè. The restaurant in the hotel was very busy and so long waiting, taste was soso. ...
Great location, in the Stanislaus National Forest on the edge of Yosemite. Fabulous facilities, loved the sunset viewing point. The staff were thoughtful and considerate, on seeing my Mums walking cane when checking in they moved us to a cabin nearer the main lodge without us having to ask. Great ...
We used the hotel as an overnight whilst en route from Yosemite to Las Vegas. We had a 2 bed suite which was nicely furnished, albeit a little worn! We used the Smokehouse BBQ restaurant on site.
We pulled into the Shiloh worn out from our 5 hour drive and were greeted (sort of) by a glum young woman whose first words were we may not be able to get into our rooms (it was 2:00 pm). We checked in and were able to get in. The room was a good size, and the beds were very clean, though oddly lumpy. ...
If you’re coming to Yosemite National Park, the chances are you’re planning to get active. After a long day of hiking or cycling through this stunning region, there’s nothing better than returning to a hotel with a swimming pool for a relaxing dip. Accommodation with a pool is also a great option for families, giving kids somewhere to blow off steam and hang out on rest days.
If you’re looking for a Yosemite hotel with a pool, take your pick of any of the main towns and villages nearby. Many of the lodges, inns and resorts around Yosemite have outdoor pools, even in the one or two-star range. If you’re coming in winter and want an indoor pool at your Yosemite accommodation, try some of the three and four-star hotels and resorts. Some hotels have more than one pool, often including a warmer play pool for children.
You don’t have to have a hotel pool to take a dip in Yosemite. There are outdoor pools in Yosemite Village and Half Dome Village, and for an even more exciting experience, try wild swimming. You can swim at many of the lakes and rivers within the park, including the scenic Tenaya Lake high in the mountains. There are even some sandy beaches to relax on along the Merced River. For more information check at the visitor centre in Yosemite Village or see the National Park Service website.
If swimming hasn’t quenched your thirst for water-based fun, you can also try your hand at boating, rafting, kayaking or fishing in Yosemite. And when you’re ready to return to dry land there’s plenty more outdoor activity for you to enjoy – for starters there are over 800 miles of hiking trails here. It’s also possible to cycle, horse ride and rock climb in Yosemite, and in winter downhill and cross-country skiing are possible in some parts of the park.