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Booked by our tour company, we stayed 2 nights. The hotel’s location is a fabulous base for exploring Yellowstone.
We had a spectacular welcome as our arrival coincided with the Old Faithful geyser erupting – it’s easily viewed just outside the door, as well as...More
This was one of the great experience we had. The hotel is made to look like log cabins, the Lobby is nice and with a very high ceiling. The rooms were not too large but were with a rustic setting. It was about 200 ft...More
We had a reservation here for dinner while visiting and staying in the park. We weren’t very impressed by the options on the dinner menu, so we opted for the buffet for dinner. They should be ashamed to serve and present the food the way...More
We were so fortunate to find a room here at the end of September, in the old section, just where we wanted to be. The 2nd floor room was charming and cozy. We loved the hotel atmosphere in the evenings -- while a cellist played...More
We stayed in an old inn room with shared bath, and enjoyed our stay very much. This historic hotel is absolutely beautiful and worth visiting even if you don’t stay there. They offer a tour of the hotel during the day. The staff were very...More
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We were in room 2014 east wing east side. We could lie in bed and watch he geyser go off. There are trees that block the geyser as I starts ,but the geyser goes so high you can see from start to finish. The room directly... More
We were in room 2014 east wing east side. We could lie in bed and watch he geyser go off. There are trees that block the geyser as I starts ,but the geyser goes so high you can see from start to finish. The room directly above us would have a completely unobstructed view.