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Stayed for a night in a cabin. Not expensive but was very basic and looked very rustic. Shower room was very small (its a cabin..!!!). But it is a very central place to explore all good areas of yellowstone. The restaurant and the cafetaria's food...More
We spent three nights in Yellowstone National Park. To visit the park I think the best option is to book a room inside the park. Yellowstone is huge and you need minimum three days to visit the best important places. It's incredible. Canyon Lodge has...More
We stayed in Mammoth hotel for 3 nights. We thought the hotel was very charming and close to everything. Our room was nice, the bed was hard (which is the way I like it) and the staff was very helpful. We really enjoyed our stay.
It was wonderful staying in an older hotel - missed the air-conditioning and the shower was very out of date and small - no place to put your toilet articles either. Bed was comfortable as was the pillows. I felt that the buffet breakfast was...More
US$280 - US$295 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes My cabin had a tiny bathroom....very tiny. The sink was in the room. Note some cabins are duplexes. Parking is very limited sometimes requiring you to park in front of your door. Still worth it...excellent... More
Yes My cabin had a tiny bathroom....very tiny. The sink was in the room. Note some cabins are duplexes. Parking is very limited sometimes requiring you to park in front of your door. Still worth it...excellent opportunity to see the elk while in the cabins