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Old Faithful Inn
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Historical Lodge
User: Aurora09 from: New Jersey
Published Date: Aug, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We stayed in the Old House Room in the historical part of the building with shared bath. For under $200/night, it's a good value. The room is large, with high ceiling, and yes historical. The door almost feels medieval, gotta be the heaviest room door I've had anywhere. The entire room has wooden panels, the lamps also looked historical. It is all very nice. There is a sink in the room, and the shared bath is down the hall. Was not busy, plenty of stalls. The lodge is without a doubt beautiful. And the second floor has a balcony that overlooks the Old Faithful geyser. The dining room is ok, we had made advanced reservation, so no wait. However, we liked the Old Faithful Lodge cafe for lunch, with an unobstructed view of the geyser.
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Historic Inn
User: Adventurer803192 from: San Diego, California USA
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
My family and I stayed 3 nights in August 2019. We stayed in a Superior Room with a great view of Old Faithful Geyser. If you love history then this is a must stay. The lobby area is spectacular. While the overall feel of the hotel is brimming with nostalgia, I do feel the room furnishings could be a bit more inviting. While the room was clean, the room decor had a blah feel. Obviously these are not the original furnishings so it’s not because things are old. Just felt like more thought could have been put into the overall feel of the room. With that said, I would still stay here as you can’t beat the location and overall historic feel of the hotel. Keep in mind, no fridge and no WiFi. There was a coffee maker and table fan that we used for white noise.

Historical - but guest rooms need help
User: mangiam0 from: Santa Cruz, California
Published Date: Aug, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
First, the good: the inn is beautiful. Built in 1903/04, the rustic Inn is still in fine shape, from the dramatic exterior to the stunning lobby and its looming ceiling and rock fireplace. It is also literally at the doorstep of Old Faithful and accessible to all the geysers and springs in the immediate area. However the guest rooms are in dire need of improvement, especially at the rates they charge. I would suggest at the very least adding another bedside lamp so there's one lamp at each bedside table, adding a clothes rod in the closet (instead of some awkwardly placed hooks), adding a full length mirror to augment the one little mirror above the single sink in the room, and providing more towel hooks in the bathroom instead of one small hook behind the bathroom door. These little touches would go a long way to adding to guest comfort and might help justify the $400+/night room charge. (As other reviewers have stated, there is no WiFi at the Inn, or A/C. The Snow Lodge does have WiFi in the Lobby only. We found the lack of WiFi to be a common theme in the park, but after awhile it was actually nice to let go of the technology.) The food and the service in the Inn's dining room was just okay; people don't come here for the food is the message I got. And the lineup for seating can be daunting. We did, however, have a really good dinner at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge, and for family dining I recommend the cafeteria at the Old Faithful Lodge; both are adjacent to Old Faithful, the Visitor/Education Center, and the Old Faithful Inn. In the late afternoon we enjoyed going to the second floor of the Inn where there's both a coffee/espresso bar and a wine bar. From there you can take your beverage of choice to the outside deck for a perfect view of Old Faithful.
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Rustic...
User: bhinvb from: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
...describes it best...no ac...no wifi...no tv... no refrig... no m'wave...dining room food was institutional average at best...BUT the location is excellent and this IS a national park, not the Ritz in Paris. So given the minuses and pluses, it's worth considering.

Location, location, location
User: mitrip from: Rochester Hills, MI
Published Date: Aug, 21, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Rooms at this inn are old and rustic but you can't get any closer to some of the most amazing natural wonders. The restaurants are pricey and food is mediocre but considering how many people who must be fed, they do a pretty good job. Just lower your expectations and enjoy the many features the park has to offer
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