No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Hotel Charlotte
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsHai Ha Hotel Quy Nhon
This was one of the more expensive hotels on our trip but it was still less than many other places in/near Yosemite and the location is great. Expect an historic hotel experience with all the modern comforts (A/C, WiFi, TV). There is no elevator or "key cards". There is charm, a very comfortable room, and very good breakfast.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hai Ha Hotel Quy Nhon
Travel Blogs from Groveland
Picking up on where I left off. We squeezed Roxy down the alley to the back parking lot of Hotel Charlotte. With Roxy safely parked we covered George up with his blanket and lugged our bags inside. I think I explained that we have to keep George covered when we are away from the car. This is to keep potential dog rescuers from doing anything …
... out a good selection of arrows for Isabel’s bow. Lovely times.
To our surprise we found a huge Village store and got ice cream and explored some of the art galleries and got a small print for our travel collection. There was a really cool huge 3D map at the visitor centre which helped mentally work out everywhere we’d been and I saw the route of the 4 mile trail from the valley to where we’d been in Glacier ...
... host telling us that there was a large local bear that liked to roamed the area we were camping in and liked to sample anything that was left out! The next morning we had an early start. We departed around 7am and began our drive in to Yosemite park. We had heard that it was best to get there early, due to the high traffic in the park. The park was far busier than we had anticipated. It took us a full 2 hours to get to the gate and then a ...
... smoothie), and frozen (icypole).
As we waited by the bus we chatted to some of the other people on the tour, a family of five from Essex, England.
Sally and Tim, and their teenaged kids, Izzy, Michael and Eleanor.
When everyone had their snacks we got back in the van and drove about another 30mins to our lunch stop, which was a supermarket that sold some decent sandwiches.
We had some time there to grab some food, and I got some inari rolls and seaweed ...
... National Park, long before we saw the first signs for Yosemite. And what a place to roll into. The first small town we saw was Mariposa, quaint and old world is the only way to describe it. It felt wrong not coming into town on a horse, wearing a poncho (until we saw the treadmills behind the traditional shop front of the local gym!). When we clambered into our rooms at Yosemite View Lodge, we were prepared to have been up sold on the ...