We woke up in the middle of the night (Sept 20, 2014) as bed bug bites started to itch. We packed and checked out. The gentlemen running the hotel didn't even pretend to care and offered us a compensation of $10 upon request.
Anonymous on 09/24/2013
We stayed for one night on Sept 7 2013. As we spent one full day in Yosemite so we were dog tired and went to bed even not unpacked When we woke up early in the morning we found the bed sheets and pillows were stained with blood and there were still many crawling around. It's really a nightmare and a terrible experience. Not to mention all the work that we had done with our luggage afterward, two weeks lapsed and we now start suffering with all those bites all over our limbs and necks. The r
ooms infected are 110 and 111. We really hope the owner will seriously treat this problem
I checked in late on Sept. 13,2013 I was not done unloading my luggage from my car when I noticed an engorged bed bug on the pillow. I took a picture of it and ran to tell the manager who at the time was very considerate of my emotions. He offered to put me up in another place. He said he would pay for it. We went to the Monarch Inn. the room was under renovation. It did not have a closet and the walls were being patched. It was late, the only room available and it appeared that there were no vi
sible bugs. When I got home I discovered that the Manager at the Yosemite Inn charged my credit card for the room. When I called him to clear up the matter. He told me he would not reverse the fees.
I stayed here for two nights during Mother's Day Weekend, and woke up with my back and arms covered in bites. I didn't think of reporting to the manager that it might have been bedbugs, but when I went to the doctor later to have the bites looked at, the doctor told me they looked like bedbug bites. I've since contacted management, and want to make sure they fumigate the room (Room 107).