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The Cedar Lodge appears to have been built in the 1970's and is still in good shape for its age. It has definitely been updated since built, but is due for another facelift. The value is very good. We got a 2-room suite with full...More
If you cannot get a hotel in Yosemite Valley, Cedar Lodge is an alternative, but you should be aware that you have to drive 40 miles each day in your car, or using the bus. You will, depending on traffic, spend 1-2 hours, that could...More
Normal 2 star hotel but Yosemite price. We had to decide whether to pay $225 here or drive 2.5 hours back to Merced and save $150. After spending a day in the park I'm glad we chose this option, would do it again. Hotel is...More
We found out 2 weeks before leaving for our Yosemite vacation that the place we were staying was no longer an option. Without a lot of choices and not wanting to spend $400.00 a night we settled on Cedar Lodge for the price and availability....More
We stayed in this hotel for three nights in June while visiting Yosemite Park. From the outside the hotel is well maintained and within easy access to the park but once you open your door to your room it's like stepping back to the 80's,...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.