Yosemite National Park

Hotels in Yosemite National Park

Hotels in Yosemite National Park offer luxury accommodations and exquisite services that combine with the magnificent beauty of the surrounding environment. From classic luxury resorts to charming private cabins in the forest, you'll certainly find Yosemite National Park hotels that suit your needs.

The Ahwahnee is one of the historical landmark hotels in Yosemite National Park. It was built in 1927 and renovated in 2010. It is beautifully located in the forest, surrounded by waterfalls and offers astonishing views over the cliffs. The Redwoods Guest Cottages offers lovely private cabins that range from small, large or romantic, depending on your needs and preferences. Yosemite Lodge opened in 1915 and features charming motel style rooms and some larger rooms with balconies and a stunning view over the waterfalls. This rustic lodge offers mountain bike rentals for wheeling through the park. Consider the Tenaya Lodge for a classic Yosemite National Park hotel resort. It sits within a forest setting and has modern amenities. It offers a spa and luxurious accommodations. Check out list below for current offerings of best hotels in Yosemite National Park.

In spring, there may be no better place to book than one of the 319 canvas tents at Curry Village, located right on the valley floor.

This 1927 historic landmark in Yosemite Valley has a stunning setting, surrounded by forest, waterfalls, and towering cliffs and just minutes from the trailheads to El Capitan and Half Dome.

This rustic lodge offers mountain bike rentals for wheeling through the park.

Challenge older kids (14 and up) with an overnight trek to the quite plush (but dormitory-style) hut, 10 miles along a groomed Nordic trail.

Just two miles outside the park’s south gate, the 302-room lodge combines comfort with great-lodge style—and it has its own skating rink.

Yosemite has five hike-in High Sierra Camps: Merced Lake sits at 7,150 feet and is ringed by granite peaks. Reservations are available on a lottery basis.

Stay at the 42-bed Vogelsang camp (10,300 feet), which does not, alas, have showers. The canvas tent cabins have beds with mattresses, pillows, and blankets; towels and sheets are included. Reservations are available on a lottery basis