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The overall visit was very good This our second visit to the Lodge. The room we had in the Aspen Building was superior to the one we had the last time. Roomier with more privacy. Overall the staff was quite helpful. The location near Yosemite...More
Our family stayed for four nights. While the valley itself is remarkably beautiful and I would stay in the valley again I wish there were better options than this lodge. We paid $280+ after tax and the room didn't have air conditioning. The required us...More
On the valley floor. 10 minute walk to the falls. Beauty everywhere you look. Wildlife close at hand. Deer in motel grounds every morning. Sunrise and sunset shadows on the cliff walls. What else to say.
The room was hot, even with a fan. I was uncomfortable all night long. But the lodge is centrally located and the staff is terrific! We really liked the restaurant for dinner - a little pricey, but great atmosphere. The room was clean and furniture...More
Yosemite Lodge at the Falls is close to dining, shops, bike paths, and trails. It is clean and the employees are very friendly. We have made it our home away from home now for the past three years. The only complaint we have is that...More
US$269 - US$460 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi no, there are no elevators, to the best of my knowledge, however, there are rooms on the ground floor which is what we had, so when reserving, just ask of you can have a room on the ground floor. Also, the back porch... More
Hi no, there are no elevators, to the best of my knowledge, however, there are rooms on the ground floor which is what we had, so when reserving, just ask of you can have a room on the ground floor. Also, the back porch area In those rooms is on the ground level. I believe all the restaurants and snack areas and gift shops would also be on the ground floor, so as long as you could a room on the ground floor, you should be good to go! We stayed in the Willow Building. That building and ones on that side of the complex would probably work well for you. Also definitely recommend any of the Valley tours so you don't have to try to drive around to see the beautiful venues. Hope this helps! enjoy your trip. Also if your time allows try to get over to see Sequoioa National Park . Beware though. Washachi Lodge is great, and a really nice place to stay, but all rooms require a long uphill walk and no elevators!
We travelled in August, and one of our group has asthma. no problems at all. although there were fans in the room, we really didn't need them- it was never really hot and humid, and the room itself was nice and shady. there... More
We travelled in August, and one of our group has asthma. no problems at all. although there were fans in the room, we really didn't need them- it was never really hot and humid, and the room itself was nice and shady. there is aircon in the food court, bar and restaurant, so its really quite cold there (bring a jacket/sweater). the only thing you might want to check up on is wild fires- sometimes the air would get a little Smokey in areas close to wildfires, so you might want to avoid walking or hiking close to those areas if that is a problem (wasn't for us...). there are lots of rangers around to help in the route selection though, and yosemite is huge, so it should be fine.
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"Ask for the Maple building. It's close to the restaurants and central area and rooms have balconies. Be..."