Yosemite Hotel Rooms - The Best Rooms Inside Yosemite National Park

Why We Love Yosemite Hotels

“It’s a dream come true to stay at Yosemite park, where these hotel rooms and cabins are rarely available. To wake up surrounded by majestic mountains, and inhale the fresh, clean mountain air, is a once in a lifetime opportunity.”

– Paul Tronnier
Mr. Adventure

Hotel & Tent Cabin Highlights

  • Purchase hotel rooms or tent cabins in and around Yosemite Valley
  • Often sold out far in advance
  • Self-drive and tour the park on your own terms
  • Multiple locations in Yosemite available
  • Best chance to see bears, deer and other wildlife
  • Like flipping a calendar page, each day can change from fall colors, to a light dusting of snow or deep virgin powder, to spring snow melts or sunny summer days
  • Explore all the waterfalls
  • Taste a bit of all the amazing dining options
  • 11 Winter Activities to do in Yosemite
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Yosemite Valley Lodge



Prices start at $323 single/double occ*

Operating Seasons

  • Open All Year

Astonishing Views of the Falls

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. Rooms include either one king bed or two queens, and come equipped with a private bathroom, television, and wifi. Please note: Yosemite Lodge at the Falls does not have air conditioning in any guest accommodations.

Yosemite Valley Lodge Features

  • Private Bathroom
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron
  • Mini Fridge
  • Writing Table
  • Coffee Table
  • TV with select programming
  • Select Rooms have a balcony or patio
  • Mountain WiFi
  • Writing Table
  • Coffee Table
  • TV with select programming
  • Select Rooms have a balcony or patio
  • Mountain WiFi

*Triple and quad occupancy rates available. Prices subject to seasonality and day of week. Prices above include tax.

Curry Village


CURRY VILLAGE TENT CABINS – formerly Half Dome Village

Prices start at $ 140 single/double occ*

Half Dome Village Tent Cabins Interior Incredible Adventures

Views Beyond Belief

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.

True to the original intent of Curry Village, these tent cabins feature wooden frames wrapped and covered with canvas, wooden floors and wooden doors. While they do have electric lighting, they don’t have electrical outlets, phones, TVs or plumbing. Guests are provided with sheets, wool blankets, pillows and towels during their stay. Bathrooms and showers are shared in a central location.

Curry Village Features

  • Housekeeping Daily
  • Fresh towels as needed
  • Extra blankets available at the front desk
  • 46 Yosemite Cabins with Private Baths
  • 14 Cabins that share Convenient Bathhouses

*Triple and quad occupancy rates available. Prices subject to seasonality and day of week. Prices above include tax.

Wawona Hotel


Wawona Hotel – formerly Big Trees Lodge

Prices start at $260 single/double occ*

Operating Seasons

  • April 1, 2019 – December 1, 2019
  • December 13, 2019 – January 5, 2020

Intimate Victorian Charm

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.

Accommodations consist of 50 standard hotel rooms with private bath and 54 standard hotel rooms with shared bathrooms. The hotel dining room serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In the evening, wind down your fun-filled day by gathering around the piano for musical performances in the lounge. Seasonal amenities include a nine-hole golf course, a swimming pool, and riding stables.

Comprised of six whitewashed Victorian buildings, the Wawona Hotel rooms feature antique furnishings and authentic period decor.

Wawona Hotel Features

  • Summer Saturday Night Barbeque
  • Golf course on property
  • Pioneer Yosemite History Center
  • Hiking Trails
  • Wawona Hotel Horse Stable
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool (seasonal)
  • Beautiful dining room with a broad menu and wine list
  • Conveniently located near The Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area for winter activities
  • Grand verandas overlooking the fountain
  • Cozy fireplace in the winter
  • Sun Room with views of the pristine surroundings—ideal for group gatherings
  • Manicured lawns are a prime location for an outdoor buffet, reception or barbeque and another ideal location for group gatherings
  • Evenings with Musical Performances

*Triple occupancy rates available. Prices subject to seasonality and day of week. Prices above include tax.


Yosemite National Park is a large expanse of wilderness with many different areas to visit. Yosemite Valley is where 99% of all visitors to the park spend their time. For this reason, lodging inside this area can book up fast.

Where should I stay?

Most first-time visitors to the park choose to stay within Yosemite Valley. From here, take the free shuttle around the valley to different trailheads and viewpoints. Looking to get away from the crowds? The historic Wawona Hotel is located off scenic Highway 41 and nearby Mariposa Grove and Glacier Point, two of the most popular attractions outside of Yosemite Valley.

How long should I stay?

It would take weeks to explore all of Yosemite National Park, but many choose to visit on a day tour, or over 1-2 nights. We recommend at least a 1-2 night stay to enjoy this beautiful and expansive destination.

How should I get to Yosemite?

If you are just booking your hotel room with us, we recommend you visit with your own car or a rental. Once inside the park, you can park at your hotel and take advantage of the free shuttle bus or YARTS to get around. It is not recommended to arrive to Yosemite National Park in public transport.

What is there to do in Yosemite?

Most people spend their time hiking the trails and visiting the numerous waterfalls. If hiking isn’t your thing, there are many activities depending on the time of year. In the summertime, you can rent bikes, tube the Merced River and even go rafting. In the winter time, rent some snowshoes, go ice skating or stay warm inside the Visitor’s Center and Ansel Adams Gallery.

Remember, if you’d rather a guided tour, check out our many options, from camping to overnight in a hotel.

Where can I buy food? Are there restaurants?

There are many restaurants within Yosemite Valley. From the pizza patio in Curry Village to the upscale restaurants inside the Ahwahnee Hotel, you’re bound to find something to your liking. If you’d rather not eat out, Yosemite Valley also has a few general stores with small bites, snacks and drinks.

More Overnight Experiences in Yosemite

Rather join a tour? Check out our overnight Yosemite Hotel Tour! Want to see more of the Sierras? Add Tahoe and Mammoth Lakes to your adventure.

If you’re visiting during the winter, join us for our “stay and play” and enjoy the lighter crowds and beautiful blanket of snow in the valley, with accommodations at Yosemite Valley Lodge or a heated tent cabin.


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