voor dit hotel? Offerte aanvragen
Over Majestic Yosemite Hotel
De granieten façade, de hoge houten plafonds, de enorme stenen haarden en de inheemse kunstvoorwerpen bepalen de sfeer waarin ook Oosterse invloeden en Art Deco verwerkt zijn. De sfeervolle kamers zijn niet overdreven luxe, maar wel netjes ingericht in een 'Native American Style'. Vergeet u niet om een tafel te reserveren in het hotelrestaurant, de Ahwahnee Dining Room. Vanuit dit restaurant heeft u door de metershoge ramen een fantastisch uitzicht.
Vraag offerte aan
Airco, televisie, telefoon, kluisje, koelkastje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten. Volledig ingerichte badkamer.
Het Ahwahnee ligt in het hart van de Yosemite-vallei.
• WiFi in de openbare ruimtes
Het indrukwekkende Yosemite National Park, zo'n 250 kilometer ten oosten van San Francisco in het midden van de Sierra Nevada, is ongetwijfeld een van de absolute toppers tijdens uw rondreis West-Amerika.
"Taste of Yosemite "
A great event wine reception and appetizers first evening, then 3 cooking demonstrations plus gala dinner It was awesome. If go this was our fifth time. Ask for Jerry to be your server. He is great. The food and wine are fantastic This year we had friends join us from Arizona and I believe they had a great time I suggest you buy cleats from REI before you go in winter if you enjoy falls and short hikes We upgraded our room to Felix room with balcony and it was worth it
"Feeling in the late 20's"
The place is fantastic and so is the architecture. The rooms are big with insuperable views. They have a nice big chimney to enjoy during the cold weather. We went there between december and january. Superb new year ambience.
"Great view of Half Dome from our bedroom window"
We all love the breakfast buffet but it's a bit pricey. The Sunday one is worth the splurge. It's not easy getting a dinner reservation, so call in advance. They seem to reserve a few spots for those staying at the hotel (Yay!). The waterfalls were flowing this past November 2016 - just amazing!!!
"A Grand Property in an Ideal Location..."
We visit this property at least once a year and it never ceases to charm. Established in 1927 the Ahwahnee Hotel now sadly renamed the Majestic glows with history and rustic beauty. Over the years there has been a slow crawl to modernize its amenities whilst still retaining the historical and quaint elements.When pricing lodging one cannot compare The Ahwahnee with modern mountain type resorts. You pay for the ambience,exclusivity and charm. The Ahwahnee offers traditional hotel accomodations as well as stand alone cabins some with shared walls. The cabins are in a forest area with no real views. Book a featured room or suite for breathtaking views in the lodge. With grand sitting areas and communal fireplaces you are whisked back to an era where folks actually socialized,read a book or just took in some quiet time in a common area. Amenities wise , there is a bar serving small bites and appetizers and a full service dining room with bar. The hotel also offers complimentary valet parking a gift shop and a small swimming pool available during the Spring and Summer. A highlight of our visits is always Sunday brunch in the Gorgeous and majestic dining room. Adrian our server and Nick helping him with our large party made Christmas Day spectacular (on a side note the reservation staff did a great job securing us a last minute spot). The brunch was good but did not have nearly the offerings it used to present. This was Christmas Day and the lack of some of our favorites was glaring. No creme brulee ? How do you not offer items that have been cherished for YEARS ? Sadly this is the result of Aramark the new operators of the park . We heard from countless employees of the many changes the park has and will undergo and they all seem to be for the benefit of their profit margin and none for the enjoyment of its guests. Hopefully this is noted by management and it wont continue to sully the image of what the Ahwahnee was and will continue to mean to the families that have enjoyed its splendor for years past and the future.
"Bucket List item"
I have always wanted to stay at one of the early Lodges of The National Parks. Up until now the closest thing was an imitation, The Wilderness Lodge, at Disney. We stayed two nights at the Majestic. One in the Main Lodge, and the other in the cottages. They areboth part of The Grand Majestic. To get to the cottages you actually need to walk through the lobby and out the back door of the Main Lodge, and down a pretty winding path. Each accommodation had its advantages. The room in the cottage was actually more spacious and more private, but beware of the location.Our cottage was located by a service entrance. There were workers coming and going all day through a gate near our cottage patio. One actually left his cleaning bucket on the table and chairs on out patio. Our cottage was in the same high price range as the others. The location of your cattge is very important. We had a view of a tall grey fence which was the service entrance. So, not all cottages are equal.Most of the cottages were located in nicer spots. The convenience of being in the main lodge was probably worth the price difference. To sit in the Main Hall by the fire, taking in the grandeur of your surroundings and then being able to go to your room without going back outside was lovely. It also made grabbing some morning coffee easier. The views out of the window of our room in the Lodge were majestic.Waking up in the morning to a view of El Capitan was amazing. Either the Lodge room or the cottage allows you to be right in the center of the Valley, and able to enjoy Yosemite without having to drive in and out of the park for accommodations, That was a joy.
voor dit hotel? Offerte aanvragen