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Absolutely as bad as it gets. Eight miles from dinner. When I was told it has Wi-Fi, the help said they are having problems with it, so here's the password, work with it. I worked with it for half an hour and it never worked....More
I don't know how this place is even open and the state has not closed it down.
Do they even have permits for the cabins they rent out as part of the Hotel.
The cabin the 4 of us stayed at had 2 bedrooms, living...More
This lodge was a bit of a punt for us on a road-trip, as it was in a reasonable location between national parks. Sadly it was all rather grim, with a more than tired, thrown together room. It felt like an unloved place, and sadly...More
“Slapdash” in my husband's opinion. Nothing matched. Red white and blue flag comforters with an orangish brown curtains and rusty orange chair. The paint and other work was slopped on and cheap looking. He said the walls, a stippled putrid blue, looked very bad. The...More
We hit Yosemite on Saturday of Memorial Day weekend, so EVERYTHING was full- all hotels and/or campsites (we had brought a tent as well), all the way to Fresno! Monday and Tuesday nights we got a room at this hotel. The property actually looked like...More
US$76 - US$88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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