- Type: Luxury Hotel
- Summary: Fantastic gateway to Yosemite National Park
- Feature: Five restaurants and a world-class spa
- Rooms: 240 rooms and suites & 57 cottages
- Location: Yosemite National Park, California, United States of America
- Star rating: AAA Four Diamond
- Nearest airport: San Francisco International Airport
Location and transfer
Approximately 3 hours and 45 minutes from San Francisco International Airport by private car.
There is plenty to ensure that children make the most of their adventure in Yosemite. The Sierra Adventure Club offers little ones aged five to twelve years old guided activities - including climbing on the rock wall, archery, mountain biking and other engaging activities that embrace the outdoors. In the evening, children can have fun at the Kids' Camp with games, arts and crafts and films to enjoy, while parents relax with some well-earned alone time. In addition, there is an arcade full of games, pool tables and air hockey, plus an array of outdoor activities for families to enjoy together in the surrounding area - such as fishing, vintage train rides and nature walks. As a dog-friendly resort, truly the entire family can enjoy an escape to Tenaya Lodge!
Tenaya Lodge has recently introduced their Garden and Contemporary Suites, located on an adult-only floor with a private entrance. Designed by San Francisco interior designers, Puccini Group, these spacious suites offer all the style and privacy you need when on a couple's escape. For a honeymoon, the nine Spa Rooms boast a private balcony and a large soaking bath in the extra-large bathroom, making for an intimate retreat.
Spa & Wellness
The Ascent Spa is the perfect place to unwind and soothe yourself after a day of excursion in the mountains. If you don't feel rejuvenated enough by the fresh air and magnificent scenery, be immersed in relaxation by the Ascent Signature Experiences, infused with local, one-of-a-kind essences. Featured on the menu are personalised facials, detoxifying body treatments and massage therapies combining age-old techniques with modern expertise.