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Old Faithful Inn
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Rustic Grandeur
User: couldntcareless from: Houston, Texas
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Nov, 11, 2018
Travel Date: Feb, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
Words and pictures can't do justice to the scale and massive trees forming the Inn's central supports. You are literally just steps to Old Faithful geyser and dozens of geothermal attractions. If National Parks or rustic structures are what you like you will be in heaven. Winter brings snowmobile fun. The South entrance to the park closes in late September so only the North and West Gates allow access. Fly into the closet Montana airport.

Quaint!
User: Windobiz from: Cleveland, Ohio
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Nov, 11, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
Old Faithful Inn was a charming Motel. Right next to Old Faithful Geyser. The structure itself was amazing. Made of wood gathered from the park. Very Old and Interesting. Great Views. Rooms were OK. On the small side.Clean. NO Internet,WIFI,or TV.but who needs it when there is so much exploring to do
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Real Let Down
User: H2082ILdavids from: Lakeside, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Nov, 11, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 2
Stayed here 21 September for 2 nights, arrived before check in so went to see Old Faithful. The Hotel is Very Impressive from the outside and the reception & main lobby doesn't disappoint. Check in was Great, Lady that served be was helpful & pleasant. I was given directions to the room, well as you start off past the gift shop and the bathrooms, it's very much the original building, there are a few rooms before you enter the wing of the hotel where most of the rooms are. Then you enter a maze of dim uninspiring corridors with lots of small stair cases to drop yet another floor, it was something out of a B Horror Movie, i was expecting a man on a tricycle to appear at any moment! Appearance wise (apart from the main building)this is the worst hotel i've stayed in throughout my travels, and the room didn't get any better. It to was dingy and the furniture looked like it had been there since the place was built, battered & worn. The carpet was in serious need of replacing, even the pictures on the walls were faded and not even hanging straight. The bathroom was dated but clean and functional. Some $'s needs to be spent to bring this hotel back to life, i'm guessing because of the short season and costs it may take a while. Because of it's location it's never going to be short of customers, who deserve better for the amount they are paying. I wouldn't stay here again, i'd vote with my $ & choose 1 of the other properties in the park and travel to old faithful. Plus point, All the Staff i encountered were all very nice.
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Positive experience
User: Gwendene S from: Clarksdale, United States
Published Date: Nov, 6, 2018
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
We loved staying at the Inn. It is close to Old Faithful to watch it erupt and lots of good places to eat at. We loved sitting around in the Lodge.Our room was quaint and old fashioned. Highly recommend it!

Atmospheric
User: jesseo582 from: Jackson, Wyoming
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Nov, 6, 2018
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
Each year the cost is a bit more and the menu seems less budget friendly. Even so, I love this hotel. People tell me it’s too bustley in the daytime during the summer. This happens when you’re next to a periodic wonder like Old Faithful which draws huge crowds. Please, give it a little time. Like the rest of the basin and, in fact, the entire park, the Inn has many facets and moods. Even in July, after the beeping buses depart, its reflective and inspirational mood emerges. The Inn is a wonder I it’s own right.

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