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Grant Village Lodge
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Very expensive. Wifi unusable.
User: Tony Y from: Ames, Iowa
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jun, 21, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
Very expensive. It's like $300 for a motel. Wifi is too slow to even check your email. No elevator. Cleanness is OK. Why would we stay here at all? Well, it's the only hotel that is available at the time we need. And yellowstone is so huge that it takes hours to drive from the center to the entrance.
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Total disappointment, very bad overpriced room
User: Monckey95 from: Bordeaux, France
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 16, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 1
We booked 1 night there as part of a trip of our honeymoon. What an horrible surprise we had when we enter the room :(. The bathroom was dirty and very unpleasant, the chair in the bathroom disgusting, the heating control panel broken (no knob), 2 dirty towels, a shower's curtain too short so the water goes underneath, plastic tubes under the sink falling, the pillowcases were too short for the pillows, the bathroom is deteriorated, the showerhead was dirty (I had to clean it) ..... all that for a night at 300USD for a honeymoon which makes the night horrible for us. We called them to get another room but they said they were full. They should really not rent such a room instead of renting it. I sent an email, never got an answer to it. It is the first time ever in many years of travel that I put such a bad rating.

It’s okay
User: RobinCord24 from: Dayton, Ohio
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jun, 15, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
I would agree with the dorm room comments and the double size beds are ridiculous. It was clean and I’m glad I asked for a room on the first floor. The bathroom is very small. It was okay for one night but again the double bed is tiny. No coffee maker was not cool either.

One step up from camping...
User: MarilynSV from: Briarcliff Manor, New York
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 14, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 2
We booked a room with one queen bed on the second floor not realizing that there was no elevator. The room had no dresser and only one suitcase holder so we had to put the other suitcase on the floor. The toilet paper holder was broken and the shower was tiny and not so clean. In addition, the room had a connecting door (locked) and we could clearly hear noise and singing in the next room, which only stopped when we banged on the door at 10 PM. Also the hallway was loud. The next morning we complained and were told that none of the rooms have dressers but they agreed to move us to a room with 2 double beds so we could lay our clothes out on the 2nd bed (we were staying 3 nights). The room had no microwave so we were unable to heat up food for a meal in the room. Also, there was virtually no cell service (AT&T) and sketchy WiFi.(Also no TV as in all Park lodgings). The beds were fairly comfortable and the staff were very nice and helpful. The Grant dining room (pricey) and Lakeside Restaurant were good. Location on the Yellowstone lake was very pretty.
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overpriced and not clean
User: Margaret407 from: Weston super Mare, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 14, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
So looked forward to our Yellowstone experience. The park itself surpassed our expectations but the lodging didn't meet them. The rooms were dark. Our bathroom hadn't been cleaned. We were originally told that we would have to wait 2 hours to have access to our rooms - at 5pm?? I cleaned the bathroom with a face cloth and emptied the waste bin into a spare bag e hd and put it outside the door - and told reception what we had done. The following day there was more hair on the bathroom floor! So presumably the cleaning tools were dirty. Then there was the dining room. We opted for the Lakeside restaurant. Due to a strange system we had to queue for 45 mins - even though there were empty tables inside. At that point we couldn't change our minds as the General Store on site shut at 6pm. The restaurant shuts at 8! And it is not cheap. We (2 people) shared a starter and a main between us. A beer, a red wine and a soft drink and that was $50! Then, luckily, we were sat near the serving counter when we saw someone bringing back a plate of food. She ended it back into the server who took it, put it on the counter, went to the back and came out with another plate, handed it over and the customer went away. We have no idea what that problem was. Then we saw the waitress pick up the plate of returned food and deliver it tour table! Needless to say we also returned it. No idea who eventually got it! So sorry Grant Village Lodge, we are not impressed with your expensive set up
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