- Type: Lodge
- Summary: The most luxurious gateway to Yosemite National Park
- Feature: Live music at the Bar every weekend evening
- Rooms: 99 rooms, parlours & suites and 24 cottages
- Location: Yosemite National Park, California, United States of America
- Nearest airport: San Francisco International Airport
Location and transfer
Situated in Yosemite National Park; 4 hours from San Francisco International Airport
Adventure is aplenty, no matter what the weather or season, amongst the vast natural surroundings of Ahwahnee Hotel. Inside the national park, enjoy rock-climbing, hiking treks and ranger walks and talks, engaging you in the culture of this immersive environment. Meander down the Merced River, taking in the views at the perfect laidback pace, or make the most of the beautiful sights by night with an overnight backpacking journey, exploring the seemingly endless trails of Yosemite National Park as day turns to dusk.
Lakes & Mountains
Ahwahnee Hotel lies settled amid the beautiful Yosemite National Park. Astounding feats of nature, such as the breathtaking Yosemite Falls and the staggering heights of the Half Dome, are all located close by and are perfect for exploration. Any direction from the hotel will lead you to find awe-inspiring rock formations and mesmerising water features, presenting incredible photo opportunities. Experience these incredible sights via hiking, horse-riding, rock-climbing or biking -natural sightseeing is at its best in this undisturbed environment.
All of the Lodging facilities meet ADA requirements with accessible rooms and many of the sights and experiences found throughout the park have been made accessible and modified for people who have visual, auditory or mobility challenges. Accessible rooms are available as: ADA Classic Hotel Room and ADA Classic Cottages. Their ADA compliant features include widened doors, grab bars around the toilet, raised toilet seat, roll-in shower and low-density carpet. The Yosemite National Park has a complete accessibility guide available to read online which describes access to areas, facilities and services for people using the park with disabilities.