Looking for the perfect place to stay during your visit to Yosemite National Park? If you don’t plan to join one our tours, Incredible Adventures can still provide a variety of lodging options throughout the park. From classic hotel rooms to safari-style cabins, our hand selected lodging options offer something for every type of traveler.
Hotels in Yosemite National Park are highly sought after, especially in the summer. Even if sold out online, Incredible Adventures may still have the perfectly-located hotel room or cabin available. Regardless of the season though, make sure to book as early as possible to secure your reservation. We also offer a variety of room types. Enjoy the perfect room to fit your group, from single, double, triple and even quadruple occupancy from one to seven nights.
When booking hotels in Yosemite National Park through Incredible Adventures, we recommend having your own transportation to get to and from the park itself. All hotels include parking, and once you have checked-in feel free to leave your car parked for the duration of your stay while enjoying the ease of the free Yosemite National Park shuttle service.
To browse all our specific lodging options, explore the links on the right. Can’t decide? Feel free to use our customer support chat or call us at 1 (800) 777-8464 and allow us to assist you.
The Yosemite Valley Lodge is centrally located in Yosemite Valley at the base of the iconic Yosemite Falls! Enjoy large rustic lodge rooms that open up to views of the redwoods from your own patio or balcony. MORE
Unplug and unwind in these rustic tent cabins in the center of Curry Village, close to dining options, bike rentals, and an outdoor amphitheater where you can enjoy a Ranger-Led Nature Program, slide presentation or scenic movie on a warm summer night. MORE
One of California’s original mountain resort hotels, the Victorian-era Wawona Hotel was originally established in 1856. Situated 27 miles (16.5 km) from Yosemite Valley on Highway 41, this National Historic Landmark is near the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias and the Pioneer History Center. MORE