"Not for light sleepers"
Everything was as advertised and met our expectations. What we underestimated was the rudeness of other guests and the fact we are light sleepers. We had one group of very loud men next to us that were up past midnight and awake & talking again at 4. If that wasn't keeping us up the super uncomfortable bed was. The set-up, facilities and environment […] were all great and this could be a great experience if you are a heavy sleeper or can function on a few hours sleep. For us we felt we'd have been more comfortable in a tent. I would absolutely go back to Curry Village but in a tent or cabin. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Felt like being at camp"
This was an interesting way to experience Yosemite. While the tents are clean and do allow some privacy, they aren't very comfortable. Why charge more for a heated cabin if the heat doesn't work in the summer? Also, my wife and I were expecting a double or full bed and got 2 twins. Food selection was better than expected nearby, though be prepared for […] some pretty long lines. The worst part though is the noise overnight. Between the snorer in the tent next to us and the repeated failure of people to silence their car alarms, it wasn't very restful. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Curry Village - nice tent within walking distance."
It's camping with cots and not pitching a tent. We enjoyed the beds after hiking all afternoon and evening. Tent was clean and cots were relatively comfortable, especially when tired. Check in was easy and people at the reservation desk were very friendly.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Camp Curry, Yosemite tent cabins recently updated"
The funky Camp Curry with its tent cabins (white canvas on green painted wood frames with lockable doors) is a throw-back adventure for families and singles alike. Arranged in groupings of four or more among the tall pine and redwood trees of the southeast end of Yosemite valley, the wood floor tents are spartan and rustic; metal shelving serves as […] an open-air bureau, a hanging bar for wet towels or hangers, two folding chairs for inside or outside chats, and a metal frame double or twin bed. Quiet hours from 10 pm to 6 am are a saving grace as the canvas provides no sound protection, which typically means you'll know your neighbors itinerary or which kid wets the bed better than you might have hoped. Three roll-up canvas windows help with air flow and a large space heater is available for wintry chills (which include just about any cloudless night including in August). Two or more blankets are a night-time must (asking for more is easy, and can be done at the camp registration desk). Kids and adults may find the one power outlet a challenge for recharging electronics. Bathrooms are a short walk away and a central shower room which doubles as the changing room for the swimming pool complex is a bit farther. The tents encircle an outdoor amphitheater and shopping/dining complex. More modern hotel-room-like accommodations are also available for upscale "camping" experiences. Camp Curry tent cabins are the least expensive option in the park, but perhaps the most rewarding. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Nice place very well located"
You are in the middle of Yosemite, nice experience to tryGenuine Expedia guest review
"Location is everything"
It is just a little better than actual tent camping but with that in mind it is fun and right in the spot you want to be in the Yosemite Valley. Also the food facilities and store in Curry Village are very accommodating.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Right in there!"
What can you say, it was a tent cabin. Honestly the bed was much better than we expected and was a great meeting after a long day of hiking. Shower and toilet area (though close to our tent cabin) could have been better cleaned even by the morning hours. Lots of people I understand.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Poor bathrooms and showers"
The room is what we expected, a tent with a comfortable bed but what we didn't expect was the bathrooms and showers to be so dirty. I guess it was because we arrived late and were the last ones to shower for the night. The front desk told us the showers were closed from 10:30 pm -12 am for cleaning but I never saw anyone cleaning and we took ours at […] 12:00 am. The damage was definitely done and it left me wondering why we paid so much money for a tent and a dirty shower. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"A good base for day-long hiking."
We spent a week in Curry Village while hiking day-long trails in Yosemite. The location is ideal for a tent camp with all facilities included. Good food and a hot shower after 14-16 miles on the trail. Very friendly and helpful staff.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Perfect Camping Experience for Non-Outdoor Type"
I'm a city girl convinced be a camper. People have said that my idea of the outdoors is doing my nails with a margarita on the balcony is my idea of outdoors, so doing Yosemite at Curry Village isn't really camping but having the amazing waterfalls a shuttle ride away was great.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Great camping type experience"
We had a wonderful time and would stay in a tent cabin again.Genuine Expedia guest review
"accomodation in wild"
simply accomodation for Yosemite experience, in center of mattersGenuine Expedia guest review
"camp in yosemite"
this is our first time to stay in a camp in such a nature place. Curry village is comfortable than I expected. But the camp site is so big， you'd better to ask them to give you a tent near the center place if you are not feel safety. You also can take a shower in the public bath room, but I did not try cause we got there almost at 10 PM. Remember if […] you want to have some to eat ,pls arrived the village before 10 PM. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Waste of money. Worst place to stay in the Valley"
We stayed here because all other places were booked. I have been coming to Yosemite my entire life, and always tent camp or stay at Housekeeping. I wanted to show my BF the valley, so I booked 1 night in Curry for the non-heated canvas cabins... let me say.. Curry is a NIGHTMARE. It really is like Disneyland - in the Summer. Overcrowded, not enough […] parking, etc. We finally park, and walk a good 1/4 mile to our tent. Which is so close to other tents you can hear people breathing next door. We bring our cooler, because of bear police, and the food bear boxes are TOO SMALL for our cooler!!! They are 1/3 the size of the bear boxes at Housekeeping or the tent sites. Inside is simple, dusty (no Hanta Virus signs yet), moldy roof. It is nice they had a safe though. Breakfast is poor quality and WAY overpriced. Please do your self a favor and stay ANYWHERE ELSE! I am sure that Yosemite Lodge is quite nice, Housekeeping is great, tent sites are always great... this Curry night was awful, seriously. A waste of $$$.... Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Perfect location, but parking is frustrating"
The tents at Curry Village are pretty much as billed and as you would expect. They are surprisingly roomy and the location is absolutely gorgeous. But, the parking is a real nightmare. There is no parking set aside for guests, and day park users and guests of Curry Village are in stiff competition for precious few spots. We circled the parking lot for […] a full 60 mins before we found a spot. It was really, really frustrating. For what you pay for a tent in the park, the parking is atrocious. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Camping in super tents"
I don't camp but it was the only way I could stay in Yosemite Park, CA. Tents were large, made of waterproof canvas (?). There was one lightbulb hanging from the "ceiling" and one outlet that was NOT strong enough to charge anything on. There were three screened "windows" and a screened door, one for each side. Good ventilation if there was a nice breeze. […] All had covers for privacy. Was one heating unit. My double bed was very comfortable. It had two sheets and two pillows. Tall set of metal shelves held 3 wool blankets, a safe, and plenty of space to pile things. There was one chair. From my tent it was a three to four-minute walk to bathrooms, with sinks. A little longer walk to a shower house. All very clean. Staff brought me two clean bath towels each day. No washcloths. There was a bear-proof container outside each tent in which you were required to keep all food. Not a morsel of food (even a lifesaver) permitted in tent. Though tents are close and many families have young kids/babies, it was incredibly quiet between 10 pm & 7 am. Were rows and rows of these tents with tall trees and rocks interspersed. Towering huge granite cliffs nearby; incredible night sky. Large free pool at edge of campground. Great for 100-degree days. I think some tents had more beds for large families. Mine could fit only one bed. Ropes inside and outside tents to hang laundry on. This was quite a huge operation run exceptionally well, in my opinion. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Nice cabins & close to half dome trail head."
The staff was very helpful and nice. The whole curry village setting was great. You were camping but there were restraunts and shops close by. We loved that we were walking distance to the mist trail where we began our accent to half dome. A very beautiful park and camping village.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Camping, not Hotel"
This is not a hotel, but a small step above a campsite. Even by camping standards it is not good. Parking is hard to find on weekends and can be far from tent. You must carry everything to the tent. There is no eating in the tent (attracts bears). There is a light bulb, but no electrical outlet. The central shower facility is poor and can be quite distant […] from the tent. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"What do you expect for Yosemite on the cheap?"
Curry Village is the classic Yosemite experience, altho probably the least comfortable next to the housekeeping camp (which I refer to as the hovels). But when the "real" campgrounds are already full - or you can't travel with your camping equipment - and you don't want to shell out the bucks for the Lodge much less the Ahwahnee, it's about all you […] have left if you want to stay in the Valley. It's sort of a tent city in the "wild" - wooden frame and canvas walls and ceiling, with a single light bulb - altho the "wild" left these parts many years ago. Best is the availability of (small) showers, plus decent dining options - and a pool if you're so inclined. Worst is that the 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. quiet time was not even close to enforced/adhered to while I was there, which made for a more unrestful night that even the creaky bed and thin mattress provided. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
It's nothing special, just a bed, a shelf, and a folding chair, but looking at the pictures of the cabins you shouldn't expect anything more than that in the first place. Great location in Yosemite Valley. Free shuttle service to valley locations. Don't expect a fancy place, but there's a bed to sleep on after a long day of hiking in Yosemite.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Cold and Broken-Down"
Curry Village is conveniently located in Yosemite Valley. It also has friendly staff. But that is about the only thing good about it. We were there in mid-June and it was freezing. Although I paid the extra $35 for a heated tent, they told me that they shut off all the heat for all tents after Memorial Day. That is ridiculous because it is FREEZING […] at night. I don't understand why they eliminate the heating option from the tents, which seems ridiculous to me. It was one of the most uncomfortable sleeps I've ever had. Two of the cheap cardboard boards that supported one end of the bed were broken, causing our bed to slump at the bottom even after I had tried to fix the issue. Spend the extra money and stay some place more comfortable in the Valley. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Close to hiking trails"
Convenient and practical. It serves its purpose for folks who just need a place to get rest/sleep before and/or after a long hike.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Let the Buyer Beware!"
Unfortunately, the Curry Village tent cabins were the ONLY accommodations available within Yosemite Village 1.5 months before our visit, so we had to take them (we needed to be close to the trailhead for our 12-hour marathon hike/climb to Half Dome the following day). Equally unfortunate was that the loud talking at 11pm from neighbors who were inconsiderate […] of the 10pm "quiet hour" was so loud that, from our bed, we had to yell for them to be quiet. The bear lockers were almost continuously being slammed shut, and the bed was extremely hard, small and uncomfortable for two people (even though it was so hard, we still slumped to the center). The first night, when I needed the sleep, I was totally miserable and got less than two hours sleep. The only thing that allowed me to sleep at all the second night was that I was completely exhausted from successfully completing the Half Dome hike/climb. We'll never pay for this type of "accommodation" again and will need to plan accordingly based on the outrageously long time frames for which we have to make accommodation reservations in any national park. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
It´s was good considering it´s Cabin. The restrooms are shortly dimencioned for the amount of Cabins. It´s worth a 2 days stay for who is up to some adventure.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Amazing Location in Yosemite"
We stayed in a tent. We used the communal bathroom facilities. It was very reasonably priced, and was an excellent place to stay for two nights. It is right in the middle of Yosemite Valley and the free shuttle stops right in the parking lot.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Too close for comfort"
Stayed in the tent cabins and service was ok but way too many tents too close together. Probably will be the last time in the tents due to the crying babies and drunk idiots coming back To their tents after quiet hours have begunGenuine Expedia guest review
"Platform tent in Currie Village"
It was a comfortable, clean platform tent with a comfortable mattress on the bed. The location was convenient to everything in Yosemite Valley. Curry Village has all the amenities needed to enjoy a stay in the Park: food services, a swimming pool, Ranger programs, and access to WiFi. The staff was courteous and helpful.Genuine Expedia guest review
Canvas Tent Review - Quiet hours were observed. Bed was comfortable. Great price. Great park. Great experience. Will do it againGenuine Expedia guest review
"Great location but dont expect a hotel experience"
Pro's: - location: if you want the camping experience in Yosemite but don't want to carry your own, this is great. Located right under the half dome, sights are amazing - shuttles: shuttles from curry village runs regularly to most sights to see. However, you should expect to hike to really see them Con's: - tents too close and noise policy not enforced. […] Chances are you will get at least one noisy neighbor so say good bye to sleep as you can hear everything - heat turned off in June but it gets COLD even in June at night. Carry your own blanket or get layers of clothes Overall, okay for one night. But, next time, I will get either camp out or get one of the other lodges. - Food prices and selection disappointing Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Great Location close for hiking"
It is a tent with wood structure, but very spacious. You can hear neighbors as walls are canvas. Ask for the right location if you want quite. Early risers for hiking. Bed and pillows are very firm. Showers and restrooms are convenient, but it is a walk or you will have lots of traffic noise if you are close to them. Take a smaller ice chest as the […] bear bins are not very large. We had to store ours near the registration building in larger bins. Lots of food options. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"The location is perfect, but condition isn't good"
The location of the hotel is very good, it is in the center of the park. But the condition is so bad. Only two bed in the room, restroom and bathroom is so far, check in need so much time. I think I will not book it again on the next time.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Almost like camping"
First of all you have to understand this are just TENTS not rooms in a hotel or cabin so its like a camping experiance. When my friends and I went we got 2 tents which could hold 2 people each in June. The tents were unheated but that was fine because the weather was great although around 3 in the morning or so it did get a little cold but they do provide […] you with extra blankets so it wasn't a big deal. There are also shared showers and restrooms which were always kept clean. The best thing about staying here is that you are right in the valley surrounded by amazing views so if you are not high maintenance you should defenitly stay here we loved it! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
....that's what describes Yosemite every minute and curry camp is no exception. It's an awesome place to camp either overnight or if your lucky for nights on. Very clean, convenient, and helpful staff.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Sleeping in the Tents is an adventure"
Some cabins are cleaner than others... ours was not as clean as the one our next door neighbors had. Also, our neighbor had a mirror, our tent didn't and that would be nice to have in all of the places so you can put on makeup, etc. One thing to note is that you only get a light switch. There are no electrical outlets. You won't be able to plug in […] your iphone. All scented items, like deodorant, face wipes, etc. have to be put in the bear locker outside... this was unexpected... so bring a lock to lock your items over night because as they say when you check in, they are bear proof, not people proof. Lastly, bring a flashlight so you can find your way to the bathroom in the middle of the night. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Convenient but not worth the money"
Although you do not have very many options in the park I would recommend staying somewhere else. I was in a non-heated soft sided tent and you could hear everything (people walking outside, your neighbors on their phones, you neighbors breathing). They stack the tents side by side and if anyone happens to have visited the bar (or is foreign) and does […] not understand 'quiet time' it could make for a long night. The showers were a nice perk however bring your flip flops because they were not clean. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
This was my first type of "camping" experience. I stayed in an unheated tent cabin. I would recommend getting to Curry Village in the daylight as it is very confusing trying to locate your cabin in the dark. Bring a flashlight, you will need it. During May it was about 50 degrees at night, and the staff is very generous with blankets if you need more […] (as well as clean towels). My cabin was clean. It was actually really quiet for such a large cabin area at night; people follow the posted quiet hours which is great. The staff is super friendly and efficient. There are many options for food/dining at Curry which is great; as a gluten free eater I had multiple options. Check in/out were both a breeze. The only con I had was the cleanliness of the shower facilities; I think that could have been better. That being said, there are copious shower facilities all over, so you do not have to go far from your cabin, which is nice. I would definitely recommend this site. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
It was a great place to spend the night cheap in one of the most beautiful places in this grand old country. We were gone all day long and came back took a shower to get ready for the rest of our evening. The bathrooms were very clean. It is very important to be quiet during the night as to not to disturbe the commuinity. I would do it again. The staff […] was so nice. Thank you so much to Curry village Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Yosemite 40's camp experience"
Great locations, great views and perfect facilities for a camp. Great!Genuine Expedia guest review
I was expecting the rustic outdoors, however, waking up in the middle of the night to find a bathroom without toilet paper was very uncomfortable to say the least. That morning their was still no toilet paper and we had freezing showers everyday. My fiancée was sick in the morning and had to use the bathroom in a desperate way, only to find no toilet […] paper and no paper towels. She wanted to take a shower that morning but the line was over whelming. We were going to complain to the staff at the front desk, but the line was too long their too. Parking was also very challenging and was not fun to haul your groceries and luggage half way across the park. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"A step up from tent camping."
We stayed in a tent cabin. Of course, a tent cabin is not the same as a regular room in a building. We were off the ground on a wooden floor and the beds were comfortable enough. It is inconvenient to have to go for a walk to use a shower or a toilet, but that's to be expected in a tent-cabin experience. All of the staff were helpful and friendly.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Get here before dark"
We went round and round and had to call in security to figure out where our tent cabin was. We went for a midnight photoshoot and were able to checkin only around 1:30. For almost 30 mins we were trying to figure out where our room was. So, if you're planning to stay here, be sure to get there before the light goes down. Other than that, its pretty […] hard to give more than 2 stars for comfort of the room as its unheated and freezing! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Camp in the Yosemite Wilderness"
We decided to visit Yosemite on the spur of the moment. We called on Wednesday for reservations on Saturday. The hotel really enhanced the experience of visiting this exquisite park. One disappointment- the website advertised tents for a maximum of two people, so we reserved two tents for our party of three. After checking in, each tent slept four, […] so we paid an extra $60. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"In the park, but not clean"
This hotel is in the park, but not clean. After I asked front desk, they replaced clean blankets.Genuine Expedia guest review
"My grandson made me do this!"
This was a personal getaway that needed to happen. My grandson had no idea where we were going but wanted to stay in a tent when I told him we were camping for the weekend. So!! Curry Village ?Resort!! :>) This was quite the treat. After the first night in an unheated tent (what was I thinking), we went right to office and upgraded to a heated tent. […] FABULOUS!! We were central to all the facilities (bathroom, showers, food court, shuttle buses). We had a great time and got some of the most incredible shots. The tents were close together, but everyone was very respectful, the rooms were spacious and they furnished enough blankets to go along with the quilts that I brought to make the stay very enjoyable. If we weren't moving out of state, we would definitely do this again. Even at (almost) 70 years young, I was amazed at how fun this was. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Great Adventure in Yosemite Valley"
The cabins were heated, however... since the heat rises the beds were in "THE COLD ZONE". You better bring a warm sleeping bag if you are planning to be there during early spring. The showers and restrooms were warm and the water was hot. Great coffee at the dining hall!!!!!! Overall it was a fantastic adventure and I highly recommend it to ruff it […] a little bit and stay smack in the middle of Yosemite Valley, instead of posh, TV equipped room elsewhere. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
I like curry village for its location . I've stayed there in the past and had great customer service. When I checked there was nobody in the lobby but the girl who checked me in seemed irritated that she had to help me. Besides that everyone else in the village were great.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"BACK TO NATURE"
IF YOU DON'T LIKE NATURE THIS ONE IS NOT FOR YOU. NO TV ONE LIGHT BULB, NO ELECTRICAL OUTLET. NO HEAT, POUNDING RAIN AND THUNDER THAT SOUNDED LIKE IT WAS IN THE TENT. 40 DEGREES. NO FOOD IN TENT. BEAR BOX. FLUSHING TOILETS AND SHOWERS ARE NOW HEATED. WE LOVED IT.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Located in the heart of Yosemite"
Stayed in an unheated tent overnight during spring break --it was cold!! Bring extra socks, gloves. Room was clean - they do provide blankets. They have a common shower-house. Staff was friendly and courteous. They have a lounge for WiFi connectivity. Restaurant and bar is also located nearby. Glad I stayed here instead of a campground. The Yosemite […] shuttle bus stops right in front. These are canvas tents - so it can get noisy --you may be able to hear your neighbor's conversations! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"It's good if you want to have camping experiences"
I've been Curry Village a night in winter. It is easy to find and close to Yosemite village and the others sightseeing. The employee is so friendly and helpful. Although we have to use the bathroom public, it is clean and comfortable. Maybe we visit there in winter, so there was very few people in the bathroom. There was coffee shop and pizza restaurant. […] It has free wifi and feel warm with the real fireplace. But it also was so cold there in the winter. around 20-30 degree in the morning and under 10 degree in the evening. So if you don't want to have experience about camping, don't book the unheat tent. We have 3 people. We prepared 3 sleeping bags, 6 blankets and 2 jackets for each, but we were still freezing. But with me, I like Curry village, will come back there in the summer. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
A truely great location and stay in one of the best places in the world, Yosemite. Stayed in one of the heated tents this time (used an unheated one last time - cold, cold, cold!!!). The tents are basic but for me add to the experiance of being in Yosemite. It got to 12F in the night but I was comfortable in the heated tent and slept well. I would use […] this again for sure. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
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