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The Ahwahnee Hotel  INFORMATION PLEASE!

    Open since 1927, The Ahwahnee is one of America's most distinctive Registered National Landmarks. The magnificent Ahwahnee is unparalleled in magnificence and charm. The hotel was designated a National Historic Landmark on June 2, 1987.

Ahwahnee Lights    To read more about Ahwahnee history and the annual Bracebridge Dinner visit the Official Ahwahnee Hotel dedication page by clicking here.

    The Ahwahnee Accommodations include 123 guest rooms (99 in the main building and 24 cottage rooms) and 4 parlor rooms. These rooms are the top-of-the-line in-park Accommodations. Ahwahnee rooms feature comfortable furnishings including upholstered chairs, televisions, refrigerators, bathrobes, hair dryers and bath amenities. Some rooms have king-size beds.

    Each room is accented with original Native American designs and is ideal for those guests who desire more service. An Ahwahnee Parlor is a sitting room (without a bathroom) adjoining a hotel room. Guests may book a parlor in conjunction with the adjoining room to create a suite, however, parlor rooms may not be booked separately. Each parlor has its own unique decor. Ahwahnee Cottage Rooms are located in a wooded setting on The Ahwahnee grounds. Guests enjoy all the services and facilities of the Ahwahnee.

    The Ahwahnee provides concierge service, bell service, valet parking, turn-down -service, room service, daily in-room ice service and afternoon tea served in the Great Lounge. The Ahwahnee Dining Room, Great Lounge and Solarium are just steps away from any guests' door.

    The hotel houses a unique gift shop, The Ahwahnee Lounge, swimming pool, and a vast lawn. Evening activities also include enlightening interpretive slide presentations. Also, a historic tour of the public areas takes place every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

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