Hi, I'm looking at booking this hotel for October for two nights but traveling with my dogs. Are the motel side rooms as bad as some reviews read? The motel side is the pets allowed side. Thanks in advance.
The motel side is indeed pretty run down. It is very dated and worn. But it is clean and relatively quiet so I think it would be ok for dogs. Room have a mini fridge so you could store food. The motel part is set sort of behind the lodge, so there should be places to take the dogs out. I wouldn't stay more than the 2 nights. The worn down part starts to get to be too much.
We stayed in the motel side as I cannot do stairs. Both times that we stayed, the rooms were comfortable and clean. Definitely would stay there again.
I cannot honestly comment I didn't travel with my dog and as a result I really cannot say, I am sorry not very helpful to you. Do hope you have a good trip.
I had a negative review for all the reasons I stated. It is not unusual that the rooms that allow dogs are far below the standard of other rooms. We did not have a pet with us and the standard was a 2 in my opinion.
I commented on several things including Noisy air conditioner, so so furniture, and staff was poor as well as tv reception. You decide if that is ok for you.
I'm sorry but I'm unable to answer your question as I am not aware of the motel side conditions. It's been my experience that there a quite a few pet friendly hotels where the rooms are not up to parr. I'm not sure if the Holiday Inn has some pet friendly rooms or not. I know Best Western does. You might want to check with them. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. I hope you have an amazing time in Yellowstone. Don't forget to check out Ernies. Best sandwiches on the face of the planet!!
We stayed in the lodge. Not sure if pets are accepted. The lodge was great. Staff was friendly. We enjoyed our stay.
I stayed in the motel rooms. I found them clean & quite adequate.
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