Si decides alojarte en Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite de Fish Camp, estarás en la montaña, a pocos pasos de Bosque nacional Sierra y a solo 4 min en coche de Ferrocarril Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine. Tendrás un centro de negocios, check-out exprés y periódicos gratuitos en el vestíbulo a tu disposición. ¿Estás organizando un evento en Fish Camp? En este complejo tienes a tu disposición 1394 metros cuadrados de espacio con zona para conferencias. Hay un aparcamiento con asistencia gratuito disponible.
Valoración general: 8,0 Excelente
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Ventajas: Acogedoras cabañas con más privacidad y "con naturaleza" se sienten rodeadas de exuberantes pinos. Era agradable despertarse con la nieve ligera y las temperaturas más bajas, una hermosa vista. El balcón era un buen lugar para salir y relajarse, tómelo todo. La chimenea era un buen toque. Todo con la comodidad de un corto paseo a las comodidades de un hotel.
Ventajas: Muy buena ubicación.
Ventajas: Todo era magnífico!!
Ventajas: Instalaciones excelentes. Superó nuestras expectativas. Buena ubicación. El personal es agradable y la comida buena.
Ventajas: Un gran campamento base para explorar las muchas ofertas que Yosemite tiene para ofrecer.
Ventajas: We like the staff, they were all friendly. It was a great resort to travel with a group with little kids.
Ventajas: Comfortable, Newly finished rooms
Large Stone fireplace in lobby
Proximity to Yosemite
Early evening hot chocolate in lobby
Indoor pool and hot tubs
Adult only hot tub option
Ventajas: As you approach, the Tenaya Lodge looks inviting. Oversized, rough-hewn beams, stone fireplaces, and a large "great hall" feeling in the lobby. The staff are friendly.
Ventajas: Ahwahnee Lodge > $600 per night, beautiful,upscale lodge...lots of tourist traffic, very expensive
Yosemite Lodge > $350 per night, lots of tourist traffic, old government like track housing buildings, not exactly a beautiful place...but def very functional, but still very expensive for you what you get...this place does not give you the cozy, big lodge like the Ahwahnee
Essentially the two above places are about 1/2 mile from each other on the valley floor pretty much in the same complex. Their biggest perk is they have yo staying down in the valley in the middle of one of the most scenic views on the planet...and they make you pay for that view. Remove them from the valley floor and you might expect to pay $200/$75 respectively in any other city.
Now for the Tenaya Lodge. Its a better version of the Ahwahnee but just not on the valley floor. It is located about half way between the south entrance and the valley floor. And its cheaper than the ugly and uninviting Yosemite Lodge. at about $280 per night. It is exactly what you would want a big lodge to look like, cozy, entrance and grand room decor made from big trees (very similar to Ahwahnee)...and it also has private house-like cabins with gas-only fireplaces that are very well kept (which is where we stayed). Not a true fireplace but big flames and fireplace heat at the end of a long hiking day is a really nice atmosphere to relax in. The Tenaya offers room service to the cabins and has 3 decent restaurants (in the Lodge) to choose from....it also puts you close to Wahana (further into the park) and the South Entrance giving you additional dinning options that you WON'T have staying down in the valley floor (unless you want to drive 1.5 to 2 hours to eat)
For those of you that "need" to stay on the valley floor consider this: no matter what or where you go, you will be driving. To get to the valley floor you must drive about 45min. Thus to drive out...to get to the other park locations, you must also drive 45min out. So to stay in the valley floor, aside from the awesome view, offers no additional convenience. Everything is about 1 hour from everything else...every water fall, every trail, every scenic view. So...even if you decide you want to stay at the very expensive Ahwahnee or the shabby Yosemite Lodge you must still drive at least an hour to get to anywhere else: Mariposa Grove, Toulumne Grove, Glacier Point, 2 hours to Toulumne Meadows, etc. The drives from Tenaya are more for some and less for others.
Everything in the Park is expensive. Just know this going in...and get over it. Remember, most of these places are closed during certain portions of the year and shipping to these remote locations certainly isn't convenient or cheap thus all their prices reflect this. Bottled water: $4.00. Banana: $1.50 6-pack beer: $10+ ...you get the point. Gas though isn't much more expensive than outside the park.
Thus again, Tenaya is the best bang for the buck.
Ventajas: We stayed in the cottages and found them well appointed and a great design to get 3 rooms in 1 house.
Ventajas: Location, staff, facilities, the works
Ventajas: Wonderful family lodge, with plenty to do for the whole family.
Ventajas: The romantic atmosphere.
Ventajas: We thoroughly enjoyed the organised trip with bus driver/guide Marsha to Yosemite National Park. Marsha was extremely well informed and very knowledgeable about the park
Ventajas: The facilities were excellent and the upkeep of the property was first rate. I would stay here again if the circumstances dictated.
Ventajas: La cantidad de actividades que puedes realizar en sus cercanías.
Ventajas: We liked EVERYTHING - staff that would go an extra mile, rooms, food, friendly, totally enjoyable 3 days!
Ventajas: Perfect for exploring Yosemite National Park
Ventajas: Nice hotel in a beautifull environment.
Ventajas: La ubicación y la decoración además de lo atento que era el personal
Ventajas: Muy bonito, bien stuado y con buenas instalaciones.