We ended up at Camp Curry because our first choices at Yosemite weren't available. What a disappointment! Seriously overpriced for the accomodation at $200 plus tax per night. It turned out that the "cabin" was actually a four-plex sharing a single concrete slab. We spent two sleepless nights thanks to walls so thin we could clearly hear what people in neighboring units were saying and doing in their bedrooms and bathrooms. Our bathroom had holes and rips in the linoleum floor, a large crack between the sink and the wall and black mold on the shower curtain. The promised wi-fi in the distant common lounge was rarely accessible, and we all frequently waited in vain to get a connection. Food in the cafeteria was poor and overpriced, and the Peet's Coffee Bar was only open from 7 to 11. The best thing you can say about Curry Village is it offers easy accessability to the shuttle bus which takes you to other valley attractions, restaurants and shops.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Half Dome Village is made up of a combination of rooms types. We have Hotel Rooms, Cabins with Private Bathroom, Cabins without Private Bathroom, Heated Tents and Unheated Tents. Our operations are seasonal and include 5 Food and Beverage Outlets in the Peak Season. We are located in the Southeast portion of the Valley. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Curry Village Hotel Yosemite National Park
- Curry Village Yosemite