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64740 Wuksachi Way, Sequoia National Park, CA 93262, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 345 reviews)
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Wuksachi Lodge's staff speaks: Filipino, Spanish, English
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Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
24-Hour Front Desk, ATM on site, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating
Filipino, Spanish, English
From 4:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to three children under 17 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 12 per night when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years is charged USD 11 per night in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged USD 12 per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
Based on 345 reviews
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In historic Grant Grove, this lodge features an on-site family-friendly restaurant. Horseback riding is featured on the property and guest rooms provide forest views.
Score from 97 reviews Very good
In the Sequoia National Forest, this family-oriented lodge includes a daily breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet. Guests can hire skis from the lodge.
Score from 426 reviews Very good
Nestled in King’s Canyon National Park, Cedar Grove Lodge offers rooms equipped with iPod docking stations. A snack bar and shops are located on site. Zumwalt Meadows is 7.2 km away.
Score from 29 reviews Good
This Three Rivers hotel is only 3 miles from the southern entrance of Sequoia National Park. The hotel offers a multilingual staff, seasonal outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 345 reviews Review score
Dining was excellent. Scenery great. Towels divine. TV lovely.
Distance from parking to rooms in the winter. Difficult for old folks.
Setting was incredible. Dining experience in rustic dining room, large fireplace, good wine, excellent food, etc, etc. Room was clean and very adequate.
Wifi was marginal when it worked, and of course when it didn't work, was useless.
Such an amazing location especially if you like hikes and excellent countryside! Surrounded by beautiful scenery and wildlife
In the cold of the winter the bed sheets are a little thin but you can turn on the heating. A little noisy though if your like me and like the scilence
So close to the trees and trails! Good views. Roads open 24 hours even though it's a National Park.
The restaurant was not real good.
The bed was huge and comfortable. Value for money stay
The wifi was slow and the toilet bowl couldn't flush properly.
Perfect location. Good restaurant and excellent breakfast. Clean. Staff helpful. I strongly recommend.
Do not book during the winter. If it snows and you cannot make it, you will not be refunded.
The staff were considerate and the lodgings were clean and comfortable. The park was so great. A trip to remember. Dinner reservations are so important because there is only one option. Seth at the front desk is so excellent.
The TV reception in our room was bad but we were so tired from our hikes that we didn't miss it too much. The soup and burgers were good. The chicken and salmon dishes were salty, bland and dry. The take out lunch sandwiches were excellent and HUGE. Wifi was slooooow.
The location of the lodge with the restaurant was beautiful. The park is awesome.
We had to move rooms because there were crumbs in my bed.The comforters had huge stains all over them as well. We got into our new room and there was a ball of hair on the bathroom floor. The restaurant was way over priced for the quality of the food. The rooms were way over priced as well. Our rooms was described as mountain views. I could see the parking lot out of my window. Would never stay here again or recommend anyone to stay here.
Here's a lodge that's new, well-maintained, and puts you right where the park is at its peak. I was especially delighted by the restaurant, which contrasted with a poor experience a few days before in a famous lodge in a nearby park.
Great location in the middle of the forest, amazing stars in the sky at night, nice atmosphere, friendly staff, clean rooms and decent food.
You need to walk between the parking lot and the room, which is a bit of a hassle with bags and two toddlers. Restaurant could be better organized, especially around breakfast. We had to reserve a table for dinner both nights, but still had to wait 30 min to get our table.
This hotel had the best location ever. You are actually inside the park! Snow was everywhere, the trees were endless, and the lodge was picturesque. It's what you would imagine in a movie, but this was real life! At night you could see every star and the milky way. The night we stayed there there was a meteor shower, so we also saw shooting stars! I highly recommend this hotel because of it's location. The food they served at the restaurant was wonderful too (but slightly expensive). The dining area overlooked the snowy forest, so all you could see was snow covered trees. During dinner they sat us right in front of the fireplace, windows ave Christmas tree. They had the fire going, so it felt super cozy and warm. It was magical. Remember to have a reservation for dinner out you will have to wait. Also bring/buy food unless you don't mind eating at the restaurant for every meal. This is the only restaurant around. They do have a little market downstairs from the lobby to buy things too. I would most definitely stay here again!
They didn't have white bedding which freaks me out. Found someone else's hair in the sheets. For the price of the stay I would expect some newer looking bedding. I would have also appreciated a thicker comforter.
Great loacation for visiting both Sequoia and king's canyon;Helpful staff;Good facilities.
Food is expensive in comparison with the quality. However, this is the most convenient place for visiting the national parks in the winter.
Location was great so beatiful .
Check in unfriendly rooms are shoddy and entrance smelly .
We loved the beautiful surroundings. It was our first night in the natural parks (we were heading for Yosemite next) and it was a lovely overnight stay. Woke up to a decent enough breakfast, even though we were late.
The initial room we were placed was noisy and the walls were vibrating, it seems there was a machine of sorts on the other side of the wall that was creating noise. However, we reported this and we were moved promptly to another, quieter room on another floor.
Location was perfect Restaurant staff were very efficient
No wifi and the staff at reception and bar need to learn to provide more customer service. Our room was right next to the vendor room and ice maker and it does disturb sleep when the refrigeration inside the room is very loud
The remote location
Poor service in the restaurant
I love this place. I've stayed here about 5 times. Although there is a lot to criticize, the charm and the backwoods feel of the place far outweigh the negatives for me. Beautiful grounds, trailhead near the lodge, rustic furnishings and forested building location, charming lodge and dining room, nice staff, nice gift shop. Spacious, comfortable rooms with choice of mountain or forest view. Star gazing and yoga are among the free offerings.
Bed and pillows are too hard, rooms/furniture/sheets/blankets need cleaning/replacing more often, but rooms are at an acceptable level of cleanliness. TVs often broken or fuzzy, Wifi not functioning well enough to do anything but send/receive email. Restaurant food is only fair.
Location and views. Comfortable well equipped rooms. Good choice at breakfast.
Rooms a little too dark.
The location of the lodge was in close proximity to major sight seeing spots.
Reserved 2 beds, but not available at check in. Were put in "out" building away from main lodge. Room very dirty, stains on carpet, bedding, furniture, and very musty/dirty; door lock broken, ceiling fan broken, window lock broken, inch of dust on door; dining food poor-fair, dining chairs rickety/broken; ordered to-go box lunch and charged 15% gratuity at pick up that we were not informed of at time of order. Overall, hotel is very run down and dirty - this applies to the "out" building, as we never saw rooms inside main lodge, where we were supposed to be.
The location is great - halfway through the park. Dining was a pleasure - it's a good idea to make reservations ahead of time.
The location was excellent for all the attractions of the national parks
Staff were a little odd
Location was just perfect. Just outside the Giant Sequoia area. Room was clean even though you may expect some insect since you are in the middle of the forest.
Probably a bit expensive, room and restaurant, but you are inside a national park.
bartender on duty not friendly. need more dining facilities - an overnight guest should not have to wait 'til 8:45pm to get into dining room.
Room was ok but needed a new carpet and general refurb,
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