16/04/2019 yen4more, Salinas, California
Came up to the Yosemite area for two days of snowshoeing at Badger Pass and a visit to the valley and stayed at this Best Western for 2 nights. Room was large, very clean, and nicely appointed, with a... more
Came up to the Yosemite area for two days of snowshoeing at Badger Pass and a visit to the valley and stayed at this Best Western for 2 nights. Room was large, very clean, and nicely appointed, with a comfortable bed. Toilet and sink were both on the "small" side, however, were clean and ample. The included full buffet breakfast at the hotel's restaurant offered many hot choices such as scrambled eggs, sausage or bacon, potatoes, biscuits and gravy, self-service waffle and pancake makers, yogurt, fresh fruit, and plenty of hot coffee, flavored creamers, and juices. The restaurant staff was cordial, efficient, and friendly. While not a complaint, we were a bit surprised that, being BW Club members,there were no added perks (i.e. complimentary bottled water in the room, etc.) We would definitely stay here again as the included full breakfast and AAA rate made it a bargain for us! less
CurtisC772, General Manager at Best Western Plus Yosemite Gateway Inn, responded to this review
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience of your recent stay with us. After staying 10 nights in a Best Western as a rewards member, the status is changed from blue (basic) to elite (Gold, Platinum, and Diamond). Elite members receive a choice of 500 extra rewards points at check-in or a snack bag that includes water and snack items.
We hope to welcome you back during your next adventure to the area.
At your service,