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We recently stayed at Yosemite View Lodge while we visited Yosemite. What drew me was the location and price. Just 2 miles from outside the park entrance this location was significantly cheaper than the hotels in the park. The hotel itself is meh. Not sure if the whole lodge was set up like our room ...
Friendly & accommodating staff was the highlight. Nice size room and very comfortable beds.
Large room in a good location. Helpful staff. Room could be updated but it was clean and comfortable. Breakfast was self-service buffet and it was OK quality. Would book again if I returned to Mariposa.
They offered eggs, sausage, biscuits, gravy, bagels and waffles. Not just cereal! If you are expecting a full day of hiking up Yosemite then you need to pack in carbs and protein. Room was clean and no weird smells. Would definitely look into booking again!
LOVED staying here. The staff was super friendly and helpful. Our room was HUGE with beautiful wood floors and two sinks! the bathtub was ginormous and came complete with jets. Overall terrific value and would 100% stay again.
Most travellers these days expect to stay connected, and you’ll find that most of the hotels near Yosemite National Park offer wireless internet to their guests. Although there are plenty of hotels with WiFi in Yosemite, it isn’t always free, so do check before booking if you don’t want to pay extra.
If you’d like to stay in a hotel with WiFi during your visit to Yosemite National Park, you’ll have a reasonable spread of options. Most Yosemite accommodation with WiFi is in the two-star and three-star range, but if you’re looking for an extra level of comfort there are some four-star choices too. And budget travellers will find some one-star lodges and inns in the towns of Mammoth Lakes, El Portal and Sonora.
Most of the towns and villages to the west, south and east of Yosemite have accommodation for visitors to the park. Wherever you choose to book a room you’ll be spoilt for choice for options with WiFi. If you choose to stay to the east of the park, in Mammoth Lakes or June Lake, you’ll need to be aware that you can only travel into Yosemite from this direction in summer and autumn, as the Tioga Pass is closed in winter due to ice and heavy snowfall on the road.
Yosemite National Park is a hikers’ paradise, with over 800 miles of trails to be explored. Hike past granite monoliths, along meandering creeks, and through meadows and pine forests, and visit iconic locations such as El Capitan, Yosemite Falls, Tunnel View and Glacier Point. Walk amidst ancient giant sequoia trees at Mariposa Grove or climb Half Dome for breathtaking views. And when you’re ready to share your experiences with those back home, you’ll find several places with WiFi or internet in Yosemite Valley as well as back at your hotel.
Choose a hotel with WiFi near Yosemite National Park and stay connected for the duration of your trip.