Enjoy the marvels of the national park along with four-star comforts. The lodging inside Yosemite offers a variety of overnight options nestled in a valley filled with world-famous sites and attractions.
This AAA Four-Diamond Yosemite National Park hotel is a fantastic destination if you are looking for a romantic escape or if you want an upscale family getaway.
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Generations of families have stayed in Yosemite's Half Dome Village (previously Curry Village) in safari-style tents and simple wooden cabins.
Yosemite National Park offers several deluxe camping options for those who'd rather not pitch their own tent or cook their meals on a camp stove.
Next to the Merced River, let yourself be lulled to sleep by the sounds of water from your covered sleeping platform surrounded by three walls.
Stay in canvas tents with shared showers and bathrooms, plus eat in a dining room serving hearty breakfasts and dinners, all at an elevation of 9,000 feet.
Away from the crowds, this Victorian lodge and cottages is closest to the park's South Entrance, the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias, and the park's golf course.
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Set back from Tioga Road, it feels like a private hideaway with two dozen canvas tents and four en-suite cabins that have heating and electricity.
Offering great views of Yosemite Falls, depending on your room, the Yosemite Valley Lodge has the distinction of being one of the most popular lodges in the park.
Who knew you could retreat to a house, cabin or condo in the heart of Yosemite National Park? Choose from over 100 properties in three locations.