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The Lodge is a bit pricey for what you get in the rooms but the location makes up for it. We stayed in an upper room with a stunning view (not at we were in the room very much). We hiked the Yosemite Falls train...More
This time I finally got to stay at Elderberry with falls view (well, sort of, there are alot of trees blocking it). Parking is a bit of a nightmare specially on Saturdays. There is road construction going at this time, so please follow road signs....More
We stayed here for 4 nights in October on the advice of friends who knew we are early hikers. It was costly for what you got, but very convenient to be up early and on the trails while others were still driving into the park...More
My wife and I stayed the for 3 nights at the end of October 17. This was our third stay at the lodge, it is a little basic but it is all about location, location, location!!!! There is no better place to explore the park...More
The Lodge location is ideal for seeing the most popular sights in Yosemite. The Lodge offers a selection of restaurants and a pretty good bar. At the time of our visit the food court was closed for renovation. The rooms are basic but the baths...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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"Second floor is better so you don't get people walking above you."