....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
"Curry Village - unheated tents"
I recently stayed in one of the unheated tents with my son. This was early March 2013. Overall the experiance of being in Yosemite for the first time was fantastic. We both really enjoyed staying here and hiking the area. During the night it got down to 23F and the two blankets provided did not provide any warmth. Ended up sleeping in full clothing […] plus coat, hat and gloves!!! Still couldn't get warm. This would not stop me using this type of tent again but I would bring a winter sleeping bag. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Far From The Maddening Crowd"
For having an intentional rustic ambiance, these tent cabins served their purpose; the cleanliness and warmth was welcoming. Keep in mind that whatever noise is made can be heard by you and others. The DNC staff go out of their way to explain and provide information.Genuine Expedia guest review
Great staff, I will recommend this place to everyone, and the great experience I have had with Expedia and curry camp.Genuine Expedia guest review
"A nice place to stay in the heart of the valley"
We chose curry village because of the proximity of the location. It is right in the heart of the valley and there are frequent shuttle buses right infront of the hotel to Yosemite Valley floor and other scenic spots. The heated tent cabins were barest minimum and the winter snow troubled us with the heater and power connection; the manager was very […] helpful and gave us a room instead which made our stay much better. I would say, if you book early and plan a trip in the summer, you will be fine with this place. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Curry Village heated tents - no frills"
We had the heated tent in Curry Village. They are very close together, so you can hear your neighbors. But the quiet time from 10 pm to 7 am is followed pretty well. The tent was clean, with plenty of blankets. No frills though.Genuine Expedia guest review
I was freezing despite 7 blankets on top of me.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Great place to stay and see a GREAT National treasure. The cabins were very comfortable and the staff (especially Chloe) made this an even more memorable visit.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Classic tent-cabin stay..."
Mid-week at the tent cabins was not crowded. Location next to the bathroom/showers would have been a problem mid-season, but the rain and late season made for a comfortable stay. We did not encounter any deer-mice (recent Hanta virus scare) so feel we may live to enjoy another visit. The bathrooms were well kept, and cleaner than any time i have been […] staying at Camp Curry since the sixties. Folks should be warned: When accessing the steel food lockers after dark, there WILL be a crafty racoon right behind you watching for an opportunity to pounce on food if you should turn your back for a split second. I was vicitimized by one of his brethern at coast camp in Pt Reyes, so knew the trick... Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"The accommodations worked."
Hotel staff were very accommodating. Sowers were hot. Hotel had a bear aware policy. Did not see any live bears on grounds or in the park.Genuine Expedia guest review
Great location! friendly staff, parking available and the best views! Also most of the walks, long and short begin right there. It was just cold at night but that's not to blame the hotel, I didn't know it would be that cold, I will take more warm clothes next time.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"In Yosemite Valley"
The advantage to camping at Curry Village is being located in Yosemite Valley.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Perfect Location. It is certainly like camping, but as long as you know that going in and are not expecting a hotel, it is great. Good food options available. convenient to the free shuttle to take you all around Yosemite. I thought it was lot of fun. Not super comfortable, but definitely worth the experience staying in Yosemite for low(er) cost.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Fantastic location but . . ."
The location of this hotel makes staying there worthwhile. However, customer service doesn't seem to be given much priority. We were disappointed in the buffet dinner which had food that seemed to have been sitting out for a few hours, even though we were the first ones in line. For example, the cakes were dry on the outside and the sauces on dishes […] had coagulated. Secondly, general use areas are not kept clean. The areas in front of the grill and the pizza restaurant are hosed down in the morning and don't seem to be cleaned again during the day. The tables at the village lounge where internet is available were all sticky every time we went there. All customers seem to clean up after themselves, but someone needs to wipe off the tables once in a while. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Curry Village, Yosenite"
Good tent camp, well organized, restroom and shower are clean and well kept. My only conplaint is that the floor inside the tent is very dusty.Genuine Expedia guest review
"great for Half Dome"
Curry Village is a basic tent camp experience. We stayed one night prior to climing Half Dome. It was perfect for that. I wouldn't stay there for a vacation experience. The tents are so close together you hear your neighbors turn over in bed, cough, and snore. This was also during the hauntavirus scare so they weren't at full occupancy.Genuine Expedia guest review
Wasn't sure what to expect, & was pleasantly surprised. My son & I stayed in one of the unseated canvas tents. Plenty of room, clean, linens & warm blankets included & were clean & comfortable. We slept so well my son didn't get up till 0830. Beautiful scenery surrounds you. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay & can't wait to go back.Genuine Expedia guest review
I enjoyed staying at Camp Curry a lot. I wish the prices were a bit less but overall it was a very fun experience and the staff was very helpful.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Cabin was cosy and clean. You just have to go into it knowing you are staying in a summer camp like atmosphere. We hiked to Vernal Falls from our cabin, and just had to cross the road to swim in the river. Food is overwhelming bad, but the kids working there were all friendly and helpful. Worth it to not have to drive at all once you get there, and […] surrounded by gorgeous vistas. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Great staff. Very friendly and helpful. Mother Curry has a lot of information. He buffet is affordable and tasty.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Perfect Location, substandard Accommodations"
The Tent cabins were okay, not well kept though, and we got a weird location were the back of our tent was in the front, so we had no front porch, overall it was better then bringing all our camping gear, however expensive, although the location was perfect!Genuine Expedia guest review
"Curry Tent Cabins"
We loved the experience. What a beautiful area. Just loved it.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"If I can do it, you can do it!"
When you rate this, remember...it's a tent! I am a single mom traveling with my 7 year old son. I felt safe! Although we are used to hotels, I couldn't justify spending the extra money. We took a chance and went on an adventure! Everyone (staff and other travelers) were super friendly. We had high quality sleeping bags which made sleeping with no heat […] comfortable. My son wore a hat which I'd recommend. The shuttle through the whole park made the trip doable for my son! Check it off our bucket list!!!! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Location, Location, Location"
Having stayed in lower end National Park properties in the past I had a good idea what to expect. You are here to see the park and the accomodations are for sleeping only. Curry Village is near everything in the park. They are quite bear conscious which is good. It is slightly above a camping experience.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"CLOSE TANSPORTATION TO HICKING AREAS WI FI AREAS"
IT WAS REALLY AWSOME NICE AND CLEAN TENTS DOUBLE BED AS REQUESTED BATHROOM AND SHOWERS A FEW STEP AWAY I WOULD REALLY RECOMMENDED REALLY SAFE AREAGenuine Hotels.com guest review
We were looking for a peaceful, relaxing getaway in the woods and all we got were screaming children, drunk loud mouths and and snoring people in the tents around us. No one respected the 10 o'clock quite time rule and it was not relaxing or peaceful At all. The staff was very helpful and nice. We ended up leaving early and headed to a holiday inn.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
nice facility all available near byGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Nice spot in Yosemite"
It went down to 30 degrees and there was no heater, that was certainly a problem, but staff did give us more blankets to cover ourselves. The place looks nice and is in the middle of the forest, I'm guessing it's cool stay if the weather is not cold. The only problem is that you can hear everyone around you, but noise stops at around 10PM.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Provides the basics"
Beds were pretty uncomfortable. We asked for a double bed and were told that we could request a rollaway cot for one child. When we got there they said they did not have any cots. My nephew had to sleep on the floor which was dirty and needed to be swept. We tried pushing the twins together to form one bed. This worked ok. Then my husband and I tried […] to sleep in one bed and let my nephew have the other. This did not work as the bed was not big enough and we were very uncomfortable. My nephew was put on the floor again. Additionally, we had noisy neighbors. One snored loudly all night. One had a baby that awoke and screamed for half an hour. One tent had a loud party until late. You can't have a campfire, you can't cook food, and so you have to eat out for hot food all the time which is very expensive. Things the rooms most needed: better mattresses, nightstand, small dressing table with mirror, better window opening for natural light during day; a broom to sweep the floor after dirt is tracked in, a bar with a few hangers to hang jacket, coat or shirts. Things most liked: easy access to showers and curry store. Bear lockers right next to tent. Tall shelf inside, and it's in Yosemite Valley! I would stay here again, as our visit was very nice overall, but much prefer camping with a fire pit and more of our own space to set up camp and cook! :) Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
Everythink was OK except for very dirty bathrooms. I'm not sure if I just got unlucky, because other reviews said bathrooms were maintained nicely. When I entered the bathroom, there was mud all over. I had to wait in line for half an hour to take a shower. It turned out the was no hot water, so I had to take a freezingly cold shower @ 11 pm after a […] long day of hiking. Not a nice experience. Oh, and for those of you renting unheated cabins: Take as many blankets from home as possible. We had our own blanket, and together with theirs it was cold at night! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
If you want to stay in the heart of Yosemite Valley for a reasonable price, Curry Village is your choice.Genuine Expedia guest review
This was my first visit to Yosemite and although the canvas tent was quite steep in price, it was the only thing available. I don't regret it one bit! You're definitely paying for location and VIEWS! We arrived really late at night (11pm) and had NO idea what was surrounding us. Waking up to a massive granite rock towering over the trees was simply […] breathtaking. Walking along the parking lot and having a view of the gushing waterfall, even more magnificent. Canvas tent was very comfortable but make sure you bring a sleeping bag/blankets!!! Although it was 80s during the day you are basically sleeping outside and the temperatures definitely drop (40's/50's). Convenient and free shuttle will take you pretty much anywhere you want to go. Definitely not "roughing it" here with the conveniences of Peet's Coffee, Pizza, and a bar but I can't complain about anything, I can't wait to go back! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"primitive, but more comfortable than camping"
You can't expect the same comfort as a hotel. It's a canvas cabin that only sleeps 2 persons. Pretty pricy due to high demand and great location inside the valley. Remember to bring your own soap and flashlight. Bathrooms are shared and it can be very dark if you go to the shared restroom at night.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
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