And isn’t it right that the posh duo would be staying somewhere fit for a queen – literally.
The Mary Curry Tresidder Suite at Yosemite’s Ahwahnee Hotel became known as “The Queen’s Room” after a 1983 visit by William’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. The romantic suite features a four-poster canopy bed, to say nothing of a large bathroom with craftsmen-designed cabinets and bidet.
An employee at the picturesque hotel predicts this is where the happy couple would bunk if they journey to the area after their tour through Cananda.
Among the other notables who have registered at the Ahwahnee: Eleanor Roosevelt, Charlie Chaplin, Lucille Ball, Ronald Reagan, Walt Disney and John F. Kennedy. The hotel’s interior also inspired the set for the deserted mountain house in the 1980 Stanley Kubrick film based on the Stephen King novel, The Shining.
BY DAHVI SHIRA