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What?? No cell phone service and no internet without paying a premium price for mediocre service--no streaming--for one device?? As a traveler these days, cell and internet are standard amenities so lack thereof should be communicated in advance which is my biggest reason for leaving...More
We booked this hotel for its position, really near Yosemite National Park and Death Valley. It was old and too expensive, without free wifi (you need to pay for that) or free coffee at reception! Not good.
A comfortable, well-appointed Lodge located by across the road from the Merced River, and about 8 miles from the entrance to Yosemite National Park. Spacious clean and comfortable rooms, with good air-conditioning. There is also a good restaurant attached to the Lodge, and a nice...More
Good place to stay for a couple of days when visiting the Yosemite National Park a bit expensive though, but is also the last stop before entering the park. They have a nice pool and the river is just a cross the road which is...More
We booked the Cedar Lodge as a bit of a last resort as we’d left it late. The choice was based primarily on location as the pictures made it look drab, dated and uninviting. On arrival we were checked in, functionally. Went to our room...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.