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The Stage Coach Inn is a landmark hotel in West Yellowstone, Montana, originally built in 1948 to meet the needs of travelers and visitors flocking to the Park in their automobiles. Over the years the hotel has seen many changes and acquired a colorful repetoire of stories and myths - ranging from bullet-holes, billiards, secret gambling rooms, and even ghosts - but the one constant has been to provide superior accommodations and service to Yellowstone National Park visitors.
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Great location. Small rooms. Asst manager and man at front desk very rude. Never received bill under door asst manager would not print me one. Had to change rooms after one night because a/c did not work. And construction out side window. Room needs bureau,...More
lobby was very nice, but room was just remodel what a joke, the main thing at 6;30 pm I went to find out why the whole side of our building was shaking , big machine compacting ground at bottom of foundation, very unsafe for us,...More
Room was much smaller than shown on website with a very inconvenient bathroom (no place to set out anything. Hotel and our room looked like something from the 60's. Continental breakfast was the worse I have had anywhere. Construction in parking lot made it difficult...More
We arrived here after having to deal with a rude manager at another hotel in West Yellowstone. These guys were quick and incredibly polite, we got our room after one phone call. The entire experience staying here was great. The room was nice with a...More
The hotel is a basic choice when in the yellow stone area. A decent looking lobby but rooms could use a lift. Slight musty smell in room which could be on account of pets that are allowed with owners ( im a dog lover but...More
In Yellowstone it is always hard to judge--there is so much going on along the way that you will want to stop and enjoy--Yellowstone changes minute to minute, but I would judge no more than 30 minutes out--my best advise is... More
In Yellowstone it is always hard to judge--there is so much going on along the way that you will want to stop and enjoy--Yellowstone changes minute to minute, but I would judge no more than 30 minutes out--my best advise is not to have a time limit, but let Yellowstone show its many sides to you through out the day.