Pros: Great host! Good first experience at a B&B. Extremely easy no pressure stay. Very clean and well maintained. Beautiful view. Good breakfast. We will book again, if they have us back. :)
When visiting Oakhurst, Yosemite Sierra View is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast daily between 7 AM and 11 AM. A terrace and a garden are offered, and rooms at this Tuscan bed & breakfast have conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.
Pros: Really lovely B&B -- the proprietors are exceedingly friendly and helpful, the breakfast is excellent and the rooms are very cozy. It's a bit far from Yosemite valley (about an hour and a half to Half Dome Village without traffic) but if you're okay with staying a bit further out I highly recommend it. Close to Oakhurst as well, which has some nice restaurants and grocery stores.
Natures Inn Bed and Breakfast Yosemite is a great choice for a stay in Ahwahnee. Guests can enjoy the outdoor pool or take advantage of nearby hiking/biking trails. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves, along with DVD players and premium bedding.
Pros: Charming, beautiful, and such wonderful service. We will definitely come back again and again.
Cons: Nothing. I couldn't come up with one complaint. It was a perfect stay.
Pros: The hosts are wonderful, with great advice on places to see when you don't have a lot of time. Our room was extremely comfortable and spacious, with a sitting area and fireplace. This is a great place to stay if you're going to explore the Yosemite area.
Tin Lizzie Inn puts you within a 15-minute drive of Mariposa Grove. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails and rafting, and free perks include full breakfast and self parking. Other highlights at this romantic bed & breakfast include a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Pros: homemade breakfast was awesome. better than 3 star hotel breakfast. i believe i had made a great decision to stay this place cus I couldnt see any better place while I was driving the area. The Inn was located very close to the south entrance means you dont need to drive extra 25 to 30 miles. The room was very clean and quiet. I hope other people also enjoy their stay at this place. It is my first writing review after the trip.
Surrounded by lush trees, this Fish Camp B&B is 1.2 miles from the Yosemite National Park South Entrance. Free Wi-Fi, a balcony with mountain views and an en suite bathroom is provided in rooms. Two rooms feature a fireplace and all rooms provide free toiletries and fresh towels. This Yosemite Lodging B&B is situated at 5,0 feet elevation. A free breakfast buffet and a courtesy refrigerator of snacks and beverages are offered to all guests. Table tennis is onsite during the summer months. Fish Camp General Store is 1,313 feet away. WorldMark Bass Lake is 20 minutes’ drive away from Yosemite Lodging at Big Creek Inn B&B.
Located 10 miles from Yosemite National Park, this Oakhurst B&B serves a daily full breakfast. The guest room includes free Wi-Fi and a DVD player with free movies. A seasonal outdoor pool is available. A flat-screen cable TV and an iPod docking station are available in each guest room at A Bed of Roses. The colorful room features an elevated custom spa tub with a skylight. A refrigerator and a sitting area are included in this room. BBQ facilities are available on site. A common area features a deck with views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Bass Lake is 5 miles from this bed and breakfast. Oakhurst town center is a 10-minute drive away. Sierra Meadows Ranch Golf Course is 10 miles from A Bed of Roses.
Pros: Wonderful location, cozy cottage, great staff. Easy access to Yosemite.
Cons: We didn't get enough time there.
When visiting Ahwahnee, Homestead Cottages is a great choice to consider. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing, and free perks include continental breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. Rooms feature kitchens, living rooms, and premium bedding.
Pros: This place is not flashy or super rich, But there is something excellent about this place. May be the views / location / pleasant staff - can't say what. Will be my first choice if I visit Yosemite again.
Cons: Pool was closed for maintanance. Kind of disappointed Caz its summer and my 9 yr old wanted to do swim.
Pros: Early breakfast
Pros: It was so charming like a beautiful log cabin, I believe I counted 4 Old brick fireplaces in the lobby and another relaxing room. It was decorated to match the 1879 decor. The rooms warmed up very fast when I turned on the heat. Staff was great !
Cons: Everything was perfect
Pros: The staff was nice and the hotel felt like a cabin.
Cons: Rooms were extremely small and location was about 10min drive from town. We would have preferred to stay in town.
Pros: The style and the decorations are what I like mostly.
Cons: The rooms seems a little bit smaller.
Pros: The place is a ranch in the mountains. If you like a quiet evening looking at the stars while drinking a beer, this place is it. Wish I had stayed at this place more than 1 night. Will definitely like to go back again in the future.
Pros: Unique style, peaceful country location.
Cons: Never could get the wifi to work.
Pros: We reached the hotel at 9:15 PM; restaurant closed at 9. They still made food for us. Went to room and sheets were not changed. Receptionist spent 40 minutes cleaning the room when since cleaning staff was gone. Strong desire to keep guests happy.
Pros: Staff was great. Restaurant was amazing.
Cons: Could not sleep in due to construction of their expansion. Walls felt thin and could hear people everywhere m
Pros: clean rooms, comfortable beds, good location
Cons: It felt almost like a bed and breakfast without the big breakfast. It was a beautiful room but we felt we had to be so careful and so quiet because you could hear your neighbors.
Focus on your destination in a whole new way at Sierra Sky Ranch, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member hotel in Oakhurst, CA near Bass Lake. Our non-smoking boutique Oakhurst hotel was established as the first Madera County cattle ranch and evolved into a guest ranch in 1946. Enjoy shopping in downtown Oakhurst, outdoor activities Yosemite National Park, Sugar Pine Railroad, Idle Hour Winery, Sierra Meadows Ranch Golf Course and Golden Chain Theatre. Guests are invited to relax in our great room, which features beautiful fireplaces and comfortable seating or saddle up for a delicious dinner at our Branding Iron Restaurant and Saloon. Amenities include free continental breakfast, free WiFi, seasonal outdoor pool, free coffee and a free daily newspaper. Room amenities include 32-inch flat-screen TVs, coffee makers, living rooms, and sofa sleepers. Let the destination reach you at Sierra Sky Ranch, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member. Oakhurst hotels like ours help you find the true local flavor you crave. Book now. No pets allowed.
When visiting Oakhurst, A Haven of Rest Bed & Breakfast is a great choice to consider. The spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast daily between 7 AM and 10 AM. A terrace and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like Egyptian cotton sheets and premium bedding.
A luxury Chateau located just outside Yosemite National Park. CLUB 5C- Hotel welcomes Relais and Chateaux Club 5C members with a VIP Welcome and a Discovery Privilege. Please include the Club 5C membership number in the reservation and please show your Club 5C membership card on arrival.
Pros: The staff were accommodating and friendly. I was running in an event before continental breakfast would have been available so they packed me a goodie bag so I would have something to eat. They also accommodated a late check out for me so that I would be able to shower after my run before my long drive home.
Pros: Close to highway 41 and Yosemite.
Cons: The heater was very loud. Several times woke up to turn it off due to rattling and clicking sounds. Otherwise nice hotel, HOWEVER......woke up in the morning to our gas cap on the ground. Someone had syphoned over half a tank of gas outfoxed our expedition! That's ALOT of gas. We called the office, no security cameras and their 1 security guard happened to be off that night. Worst part is...they were aware. Staff response was "ugh! Again?! Havened to 5cars yesterday! It's a problem we have". Really? No notification to your patrons? No extra effort for increased security. Not ONE SIGN of "park at your own risk. Not responsible for loss or damage". No notice on any paper or receipt and no verbal communication. Spoke with manager who blew it off. Complete lack of customer service or even sense of responsibility. At least make patrons aware. We will not be back.
Pros: close to yosemite NP and close to businesses in Oakhurst.
Cons: Rooms need updating, layout of rooms is tricky.
Pros: The staff were very accommodating. Room was spacious and had all the amenities. Great location!
Cons: The only negative - pillows were not comfy.
Pros: The hotel was close to Yosemite which is why I came to the area. It was close to many restaurants and stores. So you had a wide variety of types of restaurants to choose from.
I traveled alone but felt very safe in the area.
The staff was very friendly and answered all my questions to my satisfaction. They really made my stay very pleasant. Wonderful staff both in the check in area and restaurant and bar located on the premises.
The room was clean and quiet. The lobby was lovely and welcoming.
Pros: Rooms were great. Lobby is excellent. Location is good. over all excellent.
Cons: I did not quite like the restaurant staff. Sorry I am having to say this.
Pros: Great natural feeling landscape with beautiful view. Down in center of town within walking distance of many points of interest.
Cons: On-site dining was disappointing but not a problem with many eateries nearby.
Pros: The room accommodations and staff were excellent as was (surprisingly) the food at the hotel restaurant.
Cons: Access to room was awkward since hotel is built on a hillside. Proximity to main part of Yosemite is deceiving. Although only 15 miles from southern park entrance it is another 26 miles to the main "valley" of Yosemite on a winding mountain road taking a total of 90 minutes. Excellent place to stay if only taking one day to see Yosemite highlights and driving through from the northern Mariposa entrance.
Pros: Beautiful grounds, well landscaped, beautiful lobby, comfortable bed, cool murals of Yosemite in room and lobby, balcony was a plus, dinner at restaurant right next door was excellent for the price.
Cons: Pool was too far away, the whole property is on a hill and the pool is all the way at the top.
Pros: Room size, open feel, great location, ambiance, large and comfortable king beds, spacious bathroom, scenic location, friendly staff.
Yosemite hotels are nestled in the most stunning region of California where bass fishing and hiking are beloved daily activities. Madera County is known for hosting Yosemite National Park. Hotels near Bass Lake and hotels near Yosemite are a little different, but none offer the kind of home-style pampering that this Oakhurst hotel dishes up. A park-like setting is our backyard, but that’s not what sets us apart. Our friendly service, spacious rooms and stunning views do. We have a restaurant on-site, where delicious waffles, sweet fruits and pastries, and 100% Arabica coffee is served every morning. Two swimming pools, indoor and outdoor, provide a relaxing retreat year-round. We’re only 15 miles from the South Gate of Yosemite National Park, so outdoor lovers are in paradise at this Best Western Plus Yosemite Gateway Inn hotel. Hiking, fishing, and fly fishing tours are all favorite activities. Zip Yosemite is an exciting, adrenaline-packed adventure for the entire family. Visit Nelder Grove in the Sierra National Forest, where the Giant Sequoias call home. Centrally located to many attractions, free Wi-Fi, free parking and a pet-friendly environment is the recipe for a perfect getaway. Our Oakhurst hotel is proud to regularly host business travelers, too. We welcome employees of the National Forestry Department, Kaiser Permanente® Medical Center and community medical providers. Whether your travels are for business or leisure, you’ll be treated like honored guests. Indulge yourself with well-appointed rooms and the wonder of the area. California is all about relaxing and enjoying the good life. You’ll never want to leave, and it will quickly become one of your favorite destinations. Book a relaxing stay at Best Western Plus Yosemite Gateway Inn and enjoy the lush beauty of our region! Enjoy your stay.
Pros: Cozy cottages with more privacy and "with nature" feel surrounded by lush pine trees. Was nice to wake up to the light snow and lower temperatures-- a beautiful view. Balcony was a good place to step out and relax, take it all in. Fireplace was a nice touch. All with the convenience of a short walk to the amenities of a hotel.
Cons: Food choices were limited and a bit pricey, but given where you are, it's expected. We dined at the timber lodge pizzeria twice. Salad bar was a hit! Fresh with good variety. Pizzas weren't bad either. Good for families with children!!
Pros: We like the staff, they were all friendly. It was a great resort to travel with a group with little kids.
Cons: We stayed at the Cottage. Furnitures are dirty and old. It would be a lot nicer if there was hair dryer inside the changing room of the pool area. it was kind of cold to travel back with wet hair.
Cons: We heard our neighbors conversations as clearly as if we were in the room with them. We heard the tv, the kids across the hall, the guests outside at the bar (4 stories down) and when the bar closed the party came up to the rooms and we could hear the drunk shouting and music until late into the night. Even if you are a night owl, be aware that the sounds start back up in the morning. Don't stay here if you expect a good night's sleep.
Pros: Comfortable, Newly finished rooms
Large Stone fireplace in lobby
Proximity to Yosemite
Early evening hot chocolate in lobby
Indoor pool and hot tubs
Adult only hot tub option
Cons: We had connected with hotel day prior to arrival
Was asked for arrival time which we said ~3:30pm
Published check-in was at 4pm
However, room wasn't ready until almost 6pm
Missed some activities on first day as couldn't change into snow clothes in time for sledding
Some rooms are not upgraded
Lobby is small for amount of guests
Would have been nice to have one to two more carved out sledding hills.
Need a formal roof/breezway between hotel, ice-skate rentals, and skating rink; You get soaked if it's raining. The little umbrella doesn't cut it.
More organization around booking sleigh rides
Sleigh rides were all booked up when we checked in
Pros: As you approach, the Tenaya Lodge looks inviting. Oversized, rough-hewn beams, stone fireplaces, and a large "great hall" feeling in the lobby. The staff are friendly.
Cons: My wife and I booked a weekend at the Tenaya Lodge as a romantic getaway. We were unpleasantly surprised. A few things to know before you go: (1) The "spa" is crap. Sauna/steam rooms are separated by gender. The sauna was merely warm (140 F); the steam room had no steam, was dirty, and smelled strongly of an old sponge. (2) Don't book a cottage. The 'cottages' are really just cheaply-built condos. Our neighbors' kids were thumping up and down the stairs all night. (3) Bring your own food. Their offerings are nothing special and ludicrously expensive (a hot cocoa and a cup of tea came out to $10).
Pros: Ahwahnee Lodge > $600 per night, beautiful,upscale lodge...lots of tourist traffic, very expensive
Yosemite Lodge > $350 per night, lots of tourist traffic, old government like track housing buildings, not exactly a beautiful place...but def very functional, but still very expensive for you what you get...this place does not give you the cozy, big lodge like the Ahwahnee
Essentially the two above places are about 1/2 mile from each other on the valley floor pretty much in the same complex. Their biggest perk is they have yo staying down in the valley in the middle of one of the most scenic views on the planet...and they make you pay for that view. Remove them from the valley floor and you might expect to pay $200/$75 respectively in any other city.
Now for the Tenaya Lodge. Its a better version of the Ahwahnee but just not on the valley floor. It is located about half way between the south entrance and the valley floor. And its cheaper than the ugly and uninviting Yosemite Lodge. at about $280 per night. It is exactly what you would want a big lodge to look like, cozy, entrance and grand room decor made from big trees (very similar to Ahwahnee)...and it also has private house-like cabins with gas-only fireplaces that are very well kept (which is where we stayed). Not a true fireplace but big flames and fireplace heat at the end of a long hiking day is a really nice atmosphere to relax in. The Tenaya offers room service to the cabins and has 3 decent restaurants (in the Lodge) to choose from....it also puts you close to Wahana (further into the park) and the South Entrance giving you additional dinning options that you WON'T have staying down in the valley floor (unless you want to drive 1.5 to 2 hours to eat)
For those of you that "need" to stay on the valley floor consider this: no matter what or where you go, you will be driving. To get to the valley floor you must drive about 45min. Thus to drive out...to get to the other park locations, you must also drive 45min out. So to stay in the valley floor, aside from the awesome view, offers no additional convenience. Everything is about 1 hour from everything else...every water fall, every trail, every scenic view. So...even if you decide you want to stay at the very expensive Ahwahnee or the shabby Yosemite Lodge you must still drive at least an hour to get to anywhere else: Mariposa Grove, Toulumne Grove, Glacier Point, 2 hours to Toulumne Meadows, etc. The drives from Tenaya are more for some and less for others.
Everything in the Park is expensive. Just know this going in...and get over it. Remember, most of these places are closed during certain portions of the year and shipping to these remote locations certainly isn't convenient or cheap thus all their prices reflect this. Bottled water: $4.00. Banana: $1.50 6-pack beer: $10+ ...you get the point. Gas though isn't much more expensive than outside the park.
Thus again, Tenaya is the best bang for the buck.
Cons: In contrast to everything else offered in the park, there really aren't any negatives. Everything must be taken in context...and that being said Tenaya is pretty top notch place that doesn't break the bank.
The ONLY personal disappointment for us is we truly wanted a real fireplace burning real wood in our cabin...not a gas. This is a personal thing for us and not a negative on Tenaya. Tenaya...nor Yosemite...can afford another massive forest fire started by embers blowing from a chimnee...or a cabin burning down. We get the hazard...just bummed about it.
On last note, the 3 restaurants didn't really have a diverse menu's from one another. It's all the same kitchen and for the most part you could order anything from any menu at any restaurant. Each restaurant offers a different feel...but if you do room service, all three menus are collapsed into a single menu thus you would never know these were three separate restaurants. A minor if not an issue at all...but for some if you are trying to do a romantic get away then your dinning experience is important. But most aren't in Yosemite for exclusive romantic get-a-ways.
Pros: Very nice location.
Cons: Staff at restaurants, bit amateurish. need professional training.
Pros: Everything was magnificent!!
Pros: Excellent facility. Exceeded our expectations. Good location. Nice staff and good food.
Cons: Bathroom set up a bit odd. Balconies would be nice.
Pros: We stayed in the cottages and found them well appointed and a great design to get 3 rooms in 1 house.
Cons: Lightly staffed in March so was difficult to get anyone to answer the front desk phone.
Pros: A great base camp for exploring the many offerings Yosemite has to offer.
Nestled within the natural splendor of Yosemite National Park, Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite in Fish Camp, Calif; provides vacationing couples with unmatched serenity. The hotel is located 55 miles north of Fresno International Airport and two miles from the south entrance to the park.
While breathing spectacularly crisp mountain air, guests enjoy panoramic mountain views. Built in 1990 and renovated in 2009, the lodge resembles an enormous southwestern luxury cabin, with a plethora of unfinished woods and Native American-style fabrics. Ideal for the outdoorsy adventurer, Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite offers a Guest Experience Center that assists with arranging sightseeing tours of the park, guided hikes and horseback riding. Independent guests may engage in self-guided activities like golfing at Yosemite's Wawona Golf Course, fishing at nearby Bass Lake and ice-skating.
Pampered guests experience wonderful scrubs, massages, facials, aromatherapy, and manicures and pedicures at the hotel's Ascent Spa, with 12 individual and couples treatment rooms and views of the mountains. Two pools are perfect for relaxing or just splashing around. Guests maintain regimented workout routines in the equipped fitness center and sauna. Free wireless Internet access is available in public areas. Guest parking is complimentary, and valet parking is available as well. Pets welcome (surcharge).
Unique dining options include fireside dining for breakfast and dinner at The Sierra Room, and burgers for lunch at Jackalope Bar and Grill, which has a children's menu. The Embers Restaurant offers dinner and a bar, and serves cooked-to-order breakfast daily from 6:30 AM to 11 AM. The Timberloft Pizzeria is open for dinner, and the turn-of-the-century style Parkside Deli serves breakfast and lunch (some meals may not be served daily.) Room service is available during limited hours.
Summer banquets are planned at Summerdale, a special event area where guests gather around an open fire pit, picnic tables and a small amphitheater while storytellers spin tales of the past.
A day of exploration ends in the graceful and welcoming accommodations of Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite. Décor reflects the Southwestern theme of the hotel, with neutral wall coverings and furniture dressed in local fabrics. Guests appreciate pillowtop mattresses with down comforters and Egyptian cotton sheets, LCD TV, in-room refrigerators and safes, free local calls, coffeemakers, and eco-friendly bath products. Recommended for families, Extended Double Deluxe guestrooms offer sofa beds, private balconies and additional living space. Special occasions call for Luxury Suites or Honeymoon Rooms with wet bars, marvelous furnishings and separate vanities. Rollaway beds are available on request (with the exception of the cottage rooms).
Pros: It is a family inn managed by his owner. Very nice place. Kind of being at home.
Very close to south entrance of Yosemite national park.
Pros: They had breakfast included, free parking, and free movie rentals.
Cons: Our room door was left ajar for hours after the room was cleaned, and there were dead bugs squished on the walls of the bathroom and bedroom.
Enjoy your visit to Oakhurst with a stay at Hounds Tooth Inn. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, kayaking, and mountain biking, and free perks include continental breakfast, WiFi, and self parking.
Well positioned for access to Yosemite and Mariposa Grove.
Pros: Informative and friendly owners. Good ambience and magnificent views over mountains. Well stocked fridge for breakfast and snacks.
We provide all the comforts of home without any of the work! Relax and enjoy the charms of nature while we cater to your food and lodging. Staying at out home, is a MEMORY MAKER. Yosemite National Park is only 20 miles.
Pros: This place COULD be cool in the summer, when things are actually open. Still nothing special, though.
Cons: I booked the place since they advertised a hot tub and a cool-looking bar and restaurant. When we got there we were told all of those things were closed for the season. We tried to get a partial refund because of the false advertising but they were uncooperative.
Pros: Less than 5 minutes away from South Entrance to Yosemite
When you stay at Narrow Gauge Inn, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Mariposa Grove. The seasonal outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at Buffalo Bar (Seasonal), which serves American cuisine and is open for dinner. There's a garden, and rooms offer balconies and free WiFi.
Pros: They surprised us with a suite with a huge balcony which was wonderful. Clean & lovely staff.
Cons: Oakhurst is a small town with little to offer for fun. Breakfast is a cattle call with everyone fighting to warm their bread or bagel in 2 toasters.
Oakhurst is much further than I'd imagined from Yosemite.
Pros: Staff was very friendly and helpful. Clean, comfortable room close to Yosemite.
Pros: Had big rooms and had offered a good breakfast in the mornings. Beds were comfortable.
Cons: That I wasn't told there would be an immediate Room charge deposit placed on my cArd until I left. since I had already paid for the room prior I was expecting that extra charge right when I checked in.
Pros: Nice place, good price, not far from the entrance to Yosemite. Clean. Lobby is being remodeled. Room was spacious.
I would stay here again.
Cons: Toilet and shower/tub were a little old looking. But worked fine and clean.
Breakfast could use a few more choices. Some hot foods besides toast would be nice.
Pros: Close to Yosemite National Park. Cute carved bears.
Cons: Quite noisy, on a truck-filled highway, even after I specifically asked for a quiet room. Only a continental, not full, breakfast. Room needed a facelift; not attractive at all. Uncomfortable bed Hall carpet was filthy.No TV listing. Quite weak Wi-Fi signal. These are a lot of weaknesses for a three-star establishment with a $120 rate. I won't stay there again.
Yosemite Southgate Hotel & Suites is a 20-minute drive from the Highway 41 Yosemite National Park entrance. Restaurants, art galleries, and South Gate microbrewery await in Oakhurst, a 15-minute walk away. The Children's Museum of the Sierra, pirate ship and all, is a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Cons: Most Comfort Inn's are HOTELS this is a motel, which is not terrible. Just not real comfortable with that traveling alone - I will look closer the next time I book.
Check in was slow and less than welcoming. When asked where If I wanted a room upstairs or down I said I did not care. Then in a loud voice she verified that I was traveling alone and other info - with a lobby full of people checking in. I didn't care for that being announced. When I drove to the section where my room was. I stayed in my car for some time because I felt uncomfortable with the group hanging out on the balcony, smoking, drinking and listening to loud music - who would be able to watch me walk to my room across the court yard alone with my bags. They stayed - so I just braved it out. I did not feel real safe & was very mindful of my surroundings when I later left and returned from dinner. Those people continued to party on a Thursday night until around midnight.
I would not stay there again as a woman traveling alone. Breakfast the next day was marginal at best - I skipped it.
Pros: Location was close to Yosemite, and the room was clean. We got just what we needed - close, cheap stay to the park. It's a budget hotel but it's a good value for your money.
Cons: The breakfast wasn't great, but I wasn't expecting it to be.
Pros: They were very kind and welcoming. Great location and close to The Pines Resort where are friends were getting Married.
Cons: It was a non smoking room but the room was either previously one or the previous guests did not abide. That was the only thing negative to say about this great, affordable Comfort Inn.
Cons: Continental breakfast
Pros: Hotel room was pretty clean and they had a good breakfast. The receptionists were friendly.
Cons: It was 15miles away from the south entrance of Yosemite National forest, I wish it was closer.
Pros: Good value for the money. Friendly staff at the reception. Breakfast area a little small, but staff is very fast to respond with filling and cleaning. Overall very good experience.
Cons: Spa shouldn't be closed on cold seasons
Pros: I loved the beds, the comfy pillows and clean sheets! Fridge had perfect capacity and the tv options made it easy to be a mom away from her kids on my solo adventure. The breakfast options were excellent.
Cons: The a/c took awhile to catch up in the high temps but after a few hours it was an ice box. just took a bit to get there.
The pet-friendly Comfort Inn Yosemite Area hotel in Oakhurst, CA near the south entrance of Yosemite National Park will get you rested and ready for anything. This hotel is near other sites and activities like the Badger Pass Ski Area, Bass Lake, Sierra National Forest and the Chukchansi Gold Casino. Amenities include free hot breakfast, free WiFi, free coffee, flat-screen TVs, refrigerators and hair dryers. We also offer membership to the Choice Privileges Program, which gives members the opportunity to earn valuable rewards points toward airline miles, gift cards and free hotel room nights. Pet accommodation: 25.00 USD per pet/per night.
Pros: Great location, convenient. Comfortable. Beautiful view of forrest.
Cons: Housekeeping didn't come either day dispite having the Service please plaque up. The first day they left a note that they couldn't make the beds due to personal items on them. That's fine, but they also didn't refill the coffee items or towels. The next day, we were sure to clear off the beds, but no one came. We ran out of toilet paper and I had to go up to the office to get supplies. No one took any responsibility.
Pros: Easy access to car
Cons: Shower stall did not drain well
Pros: About the best deal you're going to get without paying the premium to stay within Yosemite. Hotel is about 1 hour's drive from the main lodge in Yosemite Valley. Bed and room was comfortable after a day of hiking.
Cons: Amenities were so-so, but I only needed the bed for the night. I left too early to try the breakfast so can't say anything about the food.
When you stay at White Chief Mountain Lodge, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Mariposa Grove. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails. Rooms feature conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.
Cons: Breakfast? If you call toast and an apple breakfast, I guess. Very noisy.
Yosemite Sierra Inn is a great choice for a stay in Oakhurst. Guests can enjoy the outdoor pool, and water skiing, downhill skiing, and rafting are nearby. Bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves are offered in all rooms, along with flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: Close to Yosemite but the hotel staff is terrible
Cons: They were short tempered. They hung up the phone during the conversation. They asked us to use a pump on the toilet by ourselves (probably though we work for them)
Pros: Ease of check-in/check out. Breakfast. Convenience of location.
Cons: Window blinds in bathroom were filthy. Noise and all night lights from adjoining restaurant/kitchen outside bathroom window were annoying, had to keep bathroom door closed. Heavy drapes in bedroom covered air conditioning vents preventing air from venting into room.
Enjoy your visit to Oakhurst with a stay at Oakhurst Lodge. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast available daily.
Enjoy your visit to Ahwahnee with a stay at Inn the Woods Suites. Free perks include continental breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. Rooms offer upscale touches like fireplaces and soaking tubs, along with kitchenettes and living rooms.