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We stayed here for two nights - had a great corner room (329) in the Sequoia building. Close to the lodge, two rooms with couches and a comfortable bed. The Park is fabulous and it is great to be right in the middle of it....More
We really enjoyed this place. The rooms were large and comfortable and the staff was very nice. I recommend being on the top floor since the lower floor is very noisy. Also, the bar and restaurant were very understaffed, so plan ahead. The location is...More
Thank Liisa H
Response from PropertyExecutive, Public Relations Manager at Wuksachi LodgeResponded 27 April 2016
Thanks for reviewing us Liisa H, and for providing your feedback. We appreciate it.
This hotel is like many park properties, old and tired. Borderline grubby,old furnishings and no amenities. The restaurant is better than average and the staff is eager and helpful. And you have the trees. It is very convenient to all attractions and is reasonable in...More
Thank Alan G
Response from PropertyExecutive, Public Relations Manager at Wuksachi LodgeResponded 15 April 2016
Alan G., thank you for your kind words about our restaurant and staff. As a AAA rated three-diamond hotel, we offer many amenities not normally found in a rural setting. We're sorry our furnishings didn't meet your expectations, and appreciate your comments so that we...More
My boyfriend and I stayed here in December to celebrate my birthday. It is one of the few places open in the park during winter. It was absolutely beautiful. The property is gorgeous. It was snowing when we stayed which only added to it's picturesque...More
Highly recommend you stay in a lodge in the park or you spend way too much time driving in and out. The lodge was very clean and the beds were comfortable, not luxury. Plenty of hot water for showers. We stayed in the Sequoia which...More
They get cancellations all the time, so keep trying to get dates you need in a row. In Yosemite it took 6 months to figure it out and even on the last day of our stay we didn't have to get moved around.