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Grant Village Lodge
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Suitable for Yellowstone Visit
User: klmaestra from: Silver Spring, Maryland
Published Date: Oct, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
Choosing to stay inside of Yellow Stone National Park is very convenient. Grant Village Lodge does the job! It is not luxurious but provides what you need for your one or two night stay in Yellowstone. Our breakfast were included for both days. There is not a big selection but you will not walk away hungry. The highlight for me was the cinnamon maybe oatmeal cookie. Delicious! We ate one dinner there as well. The restaurant is pretty inside and offers a spectacular view. The food is fine, not spectacular but nicely presented.

Average rooms
User: Lianne Y from: Hitchin, United Kingdom
Published Date: Oct, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
Lodge was big with plenty of rooms - a bit noisy at night as people went to their rooms. No TV & WI Fi was erratic. Plenty of tea and coffee in rooms & vending machines in entrance. 2 Restaurants near by - one you were advised to book at (table service) and one by the lake. Prices much the same but not a large menu to choose from. No lighting outside so very dark in evening and early morning. Nice to see the sun setting and rising by the lake.

Quaint
User: Kathleen B from:
Published Date: Oct, 20, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Nice Oasis from communication. Clean but a little pricey. We were one of the first customers when Grant Village Lodge opened years ago. It has aged well and kept up. Had everything you would need for bathroom toileteries. Both checking in and leaving the staff had huge bags of laundry in the hall making it very difficult to navigate. Especially bad for my husband - he has difficulty walking.

Appalling
User: Fishscales44 from: Hazlet
Published Date: Oct, 10, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 2
We had made reservations for a Premium Room at Grant Village Lodge well in advance. Upon arrival, we found that the "Lodge" was really a set of 2-story Motel buildings - each with a cute animal name - each with no elevator. Upon entry, we were initially blocked from our room by two large cleaning carts full of dirty laundry and cleaning supplies. Managing to push the carts aside, we unlocked our assigned door only to find that "premium" really meant "basic" in English. 4 People could never manage to navigate this cramped space, including the bathroom and no one would be able to look out the rear window - the windows had NEVER been cleaned. For the money that we spent, I can safely state that we were scammed and robbed by Xanterra. Yellowstone is wonderful and no one should expect luxury accommodations while visiting, but there is a limit as to how many indignities - cost of accommodations and room quality - a traveler must endure to see the National Park.
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Place to rest up!
User: tvlandgirl from: Evansville, Indiana
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 8, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
Stayed at Grant Village in the Elk lodge. Lodge accommodations were nice, beds comfortable, and the location beautiful. The shower is really, really, small and difficult for tall people. The staff was very nice, though there doesn’t seem to be any insulation between walls and doors because you can hear everything going on in the rooms around you and in the lobby area. Plan ahead(no tv).

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