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If you want to hike and be able to quickly get into the Sequoia and King Canyon parks...this is a great location......but.....
They advertise wifi...it is about as close to an outright lie as possible. It runs at dial up speeds (seriously...not joking), drops you...More
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Response from smatl0ck, Exec Admin Assistant at Wuksachi LodgeResponded yesterday
Thank you for your review. I apologize that we have fallen short of your expectations. The WIFI is a problem in this remote location but hopefully you found some appreciation for the "disconnected" time you did have. Thanks again for your review and...More
The Wuksachi Lodge is a beautiful place to get away in the forest and stay comfortably. It is accessible to the Sequoias and Giant Redwoods and is a warm welcoming place to come into in the winter. The rooms are comfortable and the food delicious.More
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Response from smatl0ck, Executive Administrative Assistant at Wuksachi LodgeResponded 6 March 2017
Thank you for visiting Sequoia National Park and we appreciate that you stayed with us. I hope that someday you can visit during the spring or summer to witness the Dogwoods in bloom and then the many babies that are born in the...More
This is what was good:
- We had a superior room which was very large and comfortable.
- We ate in the dining room all 3 nights there and the food was quite good.
- There are good walking trails directly from the hotel.
Response from smatl0ck, Exec Admin Asssistant at Wuksachi LodgeResponded yesterday
Thank you for your wonderful review. However, I deeply apologize for your negative experiences. I will pass this along for the managers to see and to use when speaking to the staff. It appears that some retraining needs to take place for some...More
This lodge was exactly what we needed after a rather cold day in the park. We did a few hikes and were longing for warm and comforting food. The lodge delivered. Service was rather slow though. Staff friendly & prices ok. Loved the fireplace in...More
Staying at the top of the world near the largest trees in the world was a real breath of fresh air. It's not the swishest hotel but considering how remote it is it's amazing they manage to run at all. Staff were ace, food was...More
Response from smatl0ck, Exec Admin Assistant at Wuksachi LodgeResponded 3 days ago
Thank you for the 5 Stars! We appreciate so much, that you chose #sequoianationalpark and the #wuksachilodge for your vacation destination. Please come back again someday to allow us to give you the service you expect and deserve.
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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
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Wuksachi is only 4 miles to General Sherman Tree and Congress trail and a quick drive to the museum where you also pick up the shuttle to Moro Rock, Crescent Meadows and Tharp's Log as well as other sites. Muir is a 45... More
Wuksachi is only 4 miles to General Sherman Tree and Congress trail and a quick drive to the museum where you also pick up the shuttle to Moro Rock, Crescent Meadows and Tharp's Log as well as other sites. Muir is a 45 minute ride away in Kings Canyon...I would split it up if you want to spend time in Kings canyon also.