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I found this hotel nicer than the rooms offered inside the Yosemite National Park. The room I stayed also comes with a kitchen, which was very nice. The hotel is also the first one we found when we exited the park.
My wife and I had never been to Northern California before this trip. It was a wonderful experience. We were glad to stay at a hotel near the SF airport the day of our flight and before the return trip. SFO is a full 4 hour trip to Evergreen Lodge- so it made the journey a lot less stressful. The ...
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 ...
The Tenaya Lodge is a great place to stay. The room was great. The hotel is a beautiful place to stay. The lobby with the giant fire place is a wonderful meeting room and also a place to sit and read. The food was good, a little pricey though.
Impressed with the quiet beauty of the grounds. I am a bird watcher and upon arrival we were met with several interesting birds I had never seen before. The lady at the front desk was lovely and helpful. Our room was beautiful. Loved the back deck! They offered a wine tasting, which I couldn't take ...
There’s something special about Yosemite, and with a luxury hotel you can look forward to special accommodation too. There is a small but high-quality range of luxury hotels and resorts in Yosemite National Park, mainly in the three- and four-star categories but boasting comfortable rooms, great facilities and of course stunning views.
If you’re looking for luxury Yosemite accommodation, focus your search around Sonora, Groveland and Coulterville to the west, Mariposa, Fish Camp and Oakhurst to the south and Mammoth Lakes and June Lake to the east. Mammoth is a popular ski area, so it’s a great spot for luxury mountain resorts.
Choose from a wide range of accommodation styles, including lakeside resorts, slick modern hotels and traditional inns. Some of the larger luxury accommodation options come with extensive grounds, and offer multiple pools, playgrounds, full-service spas and more. Look out for extra touches such as cosy fireplaces and private balconies with mountain, forest or river views.
Choose a luxury hotels in Yosemite and you won’t have to go far to find good food. Most luxury accommodation options have great on-site restaurants, and some also offer outdoor space so you can enjoy Yosemite views as you dine. Check the wine list for local wines made in the Sierra foothills.
Speak to your luxury hotel’s concierge to organise unusual activities that will make your Yosemite stay even more memorable. Book a tasting session at one of the wine cellars in Jamestown or Groveland; spend an afternoon panning for gold; or arrange a sightseeing flight in a helicopter or light aircraft.
With so much to do in Yosemite National Park, you’re likely to find yourself in need of relaxation. Luckily, most luxury hotels in Yosemite have spas on site. Relax in a hot tub or sauna, or treat yourself to a massage, manicures or aromatherapy session.