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Since there aren’t many options near Yosemite, we opted to stay here. The rooms look like they haven’t been updated in 40+ years. The bed was absolutely terrible - it squeaked just sitting on it or rolling over, it was so uncomfortable and the pillows...More
Basic, close to Yosemite. Was a little disappointed with what we got for the price. Room was big, but housekeeping was not good. Bathroom was not cleaned well, and the sheets on our sofa sleeper were very dirty. Didn't have enough towels or toilet paper...More
We chose Cedar Lodge because we were looking for a place that was fairly close to Yosemite without the prices that go along with staying in Yosemite Valley. Hotel is about 35 minutes from Yosemite Valley. Our room with two queen beds was clean and...More
Hotel is quite basic, the room seemed very dark and dingy and could really do with updating. We ate in the bar/grill for both nights which had a few options and tasted pretty good. We did look at the menu for the main restaurant but...More
We stayed for one night at the Cedar Lodge during our 2 day trip to Yosemite NP. This is a big hotel with a lot of amenities including indoor, outdoor pools and a restaurant. Breakfast (not included) was a nice buffet with a lot of...More
No, the hotel did not sell tickets, but you can buy tickets from the bus driver. Have exact amount before boarding the bus. Our driver, going into the park (same driver both days we went in) was awesome - she pointed out... More
No, the hotel did not sell tickets, but you can buy tickets from the bus driver. Have exact amount before boarding the bus. Our driver, going into the park (same driver both days we went in) was awesome - she pointed out interesting sites, animals, etc.