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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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I am a Marriott rewards members. Unfortunately they will not honor reward points in high tourist areas. So you get stuck staying in off the wall places like this. The staff was very friendly except for one older lady; cranky. Another younger girl, when I...More
Worst experience I had! The room was smeling dog pi and when I complained to the manager in a very polite way, he was EXTREMALLY RUDE with me. I call Expedia immediatly to cancel my reservation and moved to Best Western. The manager name is...More
About five years ago they closed the bar, gift shop & spa but the hotel survived, its very comfortable, clean and a well decorated hotel. Staff are very helpful and the breakfast are pretty good. It certainly is good value.
Room decor was pleasant. Bathroom needed work. Mold on shower soap tray which had caulk applied over it. Vanity space was tiny. Need to put the second towel bar from that area in the bathroom and add shelving to store guest stuff, next to vanity....More
Entrance foyer, exhibiting a range of stuffed animals, was the best part of this hotel.
Rooms pretty basic but bathroom reasonably well equipped.
Breakfast was very limited and very average. We had to walk past boarded up rooms to arrive at a fairly spartan breakfast...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.