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We had the king suite for a very reasonable price and were pretty impressed with how spacious and updated it was. (Two huge bathrooms.) We weren't interested in the casino, just needed a place to stay near Yosemite and didn't care for the other lodging...More
My fiancé and I stayed here after searching high and low for somewhere near Yosemite NP. We were a bit sceptical as some of the ratings are not the best... However we were so pleased! We came from a tiny hotel in San Francisco and...More
We stayed 5 nights here almost $800 to have the worse stay I've ever had!!! Reno casinos are better than this. 0 stars for customer service not a pleasant experience with staff members the entire time we were here only one young housekeeping lady smiled...More
This huge casino hotel intrudes itself in the foothills of Yosemite. The casino is smoky, the food is indifferent. Our room was not made up until 3:30 pm. Not a place for families wanting a lovely experience in Yosemite.
Stopped for lunch because the big bill board sign said $6.99 per person for all you can eat Mon.-Fri. Got in line and was told we had to have a players card to get that price, had to walk all the way to the front...More
Response from Mark Douglas M | Reviewed this property |
p.s. - As a matter of fact: As I see your comment, I just noticed, that I am drinking out of one of the Chukchansi Hotel coffee Rewards cups they gave out last December. It has a built-in ceramic spoon and has nice coloring... More
p.s. - As a matter of fact: As I see your comment, I just noticed, that I am drinking out of one of the Chukchansi Hotel coffee Rewards cups they gave out last December. It has a built-in ceramic spoon and has nice coloring to boot, lol. All the best, MDM :)