Honestly, you have everything you need - and we're already planning to stay here again next month.... See full review
Apr 18, 2015
Great location !
Curry village is right in the heart of Yosemite valley. It was so easy to go around to various... See full review
Nov 3, 2008
The largest lodging facility in Yosemite Valley Curry Village offers a motel and cabins with and without private bathrooms and canvas tent cabins without plumbing. Although Curry Village is the largest facility it is often the first location to sell out due to its affordable prices and central location. Some of the amenities found at this facility include an outdoor pool- ice skating rink- three food facilities a shuttle service a gift shop and an activities desk. Curry Village does not offer any televisions or air conditioning. Accommodations without plumbing have a central shower house.
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These canvas-covered tents are wood-framed on a raised wooden platform. They are equipped with beds with linens and a electrical light, but no electrical outlets, telephones, televisions or plumbing. Two central shower and restroom facilities are within
Coffee maker in room
24 hour front desk
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
Honestly, you have everything you need - and we're already planning to stay here again next month. But, there are some small improvements to be made...nothing to complain about - but it's a review so I'll get picky :)
kept pretty clean!
cleaner than i was expecting for sure. the showers were small but mostly clean. I do wish staff would collect dirty wet towels people leave just outside the shower stall on the floor. That was a tad gross. but not horrible.
it's bare bones, but who cares. You're just sleeping here. There was a VERY small shelf that we kept purse, wallet, glasses on. All our other stuff had to stay in the suitcase b/c there was nowhere else to put it. That sucked a bit. Just a 2nd shelf would have been helpful. Whatevs!
They provide you with a thin blanket - which is obviously NOT enough. We brought our 34 degree sleeping bags and were snug as a bug.
it's like you're camping in the woods. One night we walked out about 40-50 feet from the camp site into the direction of the woods and I literally wouldn't go any further. It's pitch black and scary b/c there are plenty of animals (BEARS & wildcats) out there! Even with flashlights it was terrifying. So, I ran back.
Things close up EARLY around here. One of the nicer restaurants closed at 8pm!!!! People were outside their door in nice clothes waiting to speak to the hostess and were turned away to fend for themselves at the pizza place. I think even the cafeteria closes around then. Get your dinner figured out early.
We're vegan so it's never easy....but we were fine!
Definite recommend. Awesome all around. Wait...don't go here. I want the place all to myself.
Curry village reminded me of camping with my class at Kamp Keep! Me and my husband loved it. It was a greatnature expirience. The tents were simple and really cold because we went while it snowed. I recomened it for nature experience not for a
There is no better location or value. The service was exceptionally slow. I waited in line 50 minutes to check in. The staff were very helpful and friendly. Just not enough of them. The tent cabins are surprisingly comfortable. The beds and
bed coverings are well worn.
The cabin was located close to shops, food and the pool. Cooking is not allowed in Curry Village which means a lot of sandwiches, pizza and burgers. Quit hours were enforced but the late arrivals getting in and out of bear boxes is annoying.
Cabins are so close together you can hear your neighbors conversations. Parking during busy weekends is a nightmare. Not being allowed to check in until 5 pm is very inconvenient.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Arrive early during busy summer weekends and expect to wait.
The house keeping cabins were very clean and well kept. All conveniences were available. Shower facities were excellent. All my friends from Nam & Swat valley in Pakistan enjoyed it very much. All was great except noise from passing homeland
security spy chopper, probably to rescue poorly trained agents with bad night vision. We enjoyed it better than Disneyland and broken monorail, but we still all plan to come back here and to Disneyland next year ..via Orbitz! Thanks again!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Look for the bears without badges, their pretty harmless and fun to watch. Rangers were courteous and as well mannered as the bears.