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Over Wuksachi Lodge & Village
Deze gezellige lodge ligt in het hart van het Sequoia Nationaal Park, in het bosgebied van het Giant Forest. De Wuksachi Lodge & Village biedt de mogelijkheid om het hele jaar door te genieten van leuke activiteiten en natuurlijk de torenhoge sequoia's. Het is nabij populaire bezienswaardigheden gelegen, zoals de Giant Forest Grove en the Big Trees. Het Sequoia National Park is uitermate geschikt voor het maken van prachtige wandelingen. Het is ook ideaal gelegen voor een bezoek aan Kings Canyon National Park, gelegen in het schitterende gedeelte van de Sierra Nevada Mountains. Hier vindt u diepe, door gletsjers uitgeslepen kloven, ontelbare meren en veel watervallen. De kamers zijn allen sfeervol ingericht.
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Deze accommodatie is gelegen in het Sequoia Nationaal Park.
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Sequoia National Park is opgericht in 1890, als tweede nationale park in Amerika, na Yellowstone. Het park grenst aan de noordzijde aan het Kings Canyon National Park. In het park ligt Mount Whitney, na Mount McKinley in Alaska met 4417 meter de hoogste berg van Amerika. De meeste reizigers die dit park bezoeken gebruiken het nabijgelegen Visalia als overnachtingsplaats.
"Friendly and Motivated Staff at the Wuksachi"
Stayed two nights in the Stewart building at the Wuksachi Lodge property, over ML kIng weekend. It was a Winter Wonderland up there, comfortable room and highly-qualified staff members. Team member Steve was a lifesaver, helped me with my tire chains and gave me excellent advice on winter hiking options. I actually ran into him at the Lodgepole Shop down the mountain and he checked in with me! Don't miss a chance to stay at the lodge, sit by the fireplace in the lobby, enjoy the breakfast buffet and a great menu at dinner. A special thank you to Kelly in the dining room for her swift and thoughtful service.
"Good Setting, Good People, Some Problems"
The good of it is the staff is very helpful and friendly. We especially appreciate the maintenance man who helped dig us out and put on chains. The rest of the staff-restaurant and house keeping-also gets high marks. The restaurant is good on the entrees and portions are sufficient; if you're a vegetarian you may not find a lot to like. The rooms are national park functional which means not a lot of amenities or modern fixtures-the shower was not good, dribbled not streamed. If you care about wi-fi connectivity, you will be disappointed, We were there in a snow storm and had a couple of disappointments. There were no snow shoes to rent despite literature to the contrary; and the shuttles weren't running between the hotel and the park due to the storm. The problem here was that the staff seemed to have no idea of why and when it would be fixed. We finally walked down below and hitch hiked back and learned the truth from the shuttle drivers who were told not to go there because it wasn't sufficiently plowed. But it was! All in all a good location from which to explore the park-we did some great snow shoe runs through the Big Trees after we rented down below; and sitting in front of the fire on a snowy day has its own rewards.
"A Great Place to Stay Inside the Park at Reasonable Rates"
After experiencing heavy fog, snow and winding road going up (luckily, as we were trying to put on tire chains, a kind ranger stopped by and told us it was ok to drive on slowly without the chains pointing at our back snow tires), it was so relieving to arrive at this warm and awesome lodge. The young lady at the front desk, however, seemed wanting to get things over with asap, explaining things very fast as if we were listening to a recording, but it was a minor issue. We loved our 1 night stay (wish it was longer) at the Stewart building. Yes we had to haul our luggage through the snowy trail from the closest parking lot but it turned out not too bad (thanks to our shoe chains). The deluxe room with double bed, sofa and working desk was very nice, cosy, clean and well equipped with TV, fridge and coffee maker. Warm bathroom and comfy bed too. The view from the big glass window was beautiful (snow-covered mountain, forest and we could see the moon and stars). At night it was very quite and peaceful. We didn't get to try the restaurant though. Good value for the money. Please note, if you plan to continue from Sequoia to Kings Canyon, check the road; it was closed when we were there that we had to skip it, drove back through Visalia and continued to Yosemite NP.
"Housekeeping has suffered, but still great location"
There was candy on the floor from a previous party near the fridge. I didn't want to check the carpet out too carefully. Stains and smudges.. The table lamp didn't have the plastic knob to turn it in/off. We had to use pliers we happened to have with us. The beds were not made well and the sheets and I did not get along. They would not stay in place, and I wasn't about to remake the entire bed! The body soap and shampoo in the dispenser seems the same. This isn't the quality it once was..we have been going there since it opened years ago. But overall, it was warm, beds were soft and comfortable and overall clean enough. And what a great location. Getting the luggage back and forth from the car is a pain, especially with varying snow/ice/water. We didn't want to see how long the concierge service would take, so I can't comment on that.
We loved it. Snow, skiing, could bring our dog, had a suite with a view. Best way to go. The restaurant could have been better but it's hard to complain when the staff is so nice, and you are in such a beautiful place. It is amazing in winter, and the room was really nice. I would stay here, it's close to skiing, and short hikes through the sequoias. Seriously just go and unwind. The best part, for me, NO WIFI in the rooms!!! YAY.
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