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Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone
Robbin C from: Los Angeles, California
Published Date: Aug, 22, 2019 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Comfortable lodging in West Yellowstone
We spent a night here on our trip through Yellowstone. West Yellowstone is a tourist town on the west side of Yellowstone National Park in Montana. The explorer cabins are located on a street just off the main drag, and a couple blocks from the main tourist area. There are essentially no grounds around the cabins, though there is a small strip of grass that has fire pits. Having said that, our cabin was spacious and comfortable: easily large enough for a family of 4. They are relatively new and modern, and our room had a nice bathroom and kitchenette. You check in at a large hotel next to the cabins. Though our cabin was not cheap by any means, it was extremely comfortable, clean, spacious, and convenient.
623katiel from: Honesdale, Pennsylvania
Published Date: Aug, 19, 2019 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Favorite stay of our trip
Our family just returned from roadtripping through Yellowstone and Tetons. We stayed here for 2 nights and it was our favorite by far!! The cabins are along a road but are landscaped in a way that you feel that you are in the wilderness. The communal fire pit and S'mores kits were a big hit with the kids. The kitchenette was well stocked and all of the personal touches were great (books, games, hiking sticks, artwork). The soaps/shampoos were amazing. There was a concierge that came around each night offering drinks and games. It is 2 miles from the west gate and walkable to everywhere in town. We loved this place and would definitely stay again!
- Value: 4
- Sleep Quality: 5
- Service: 5
Linlin2905 from: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 12, 2019 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Best place to stay near Yellowstone
We were a party of six staying in W Yellowstone for 3 nights, and for my first time traveling out to Yellowstone I wasn't sure what to expect. We loved this place! First, the accommodations were perfect. Very new and clean and more spacious than I had imagined. We checked in late afternoon and while getting settled, a worker came by outside and offered beverages, icecream treats and even dropped off a Cornhole game for the kids to play near the fire pits. We were able to go back and forth between our cabin and Yellowstone hotel across the street to use laundry facilities, grab complimentary coffee, cookies, breakfast or anything else we needed. The complimentary smore kits were a hit and the cabin was so comfortable. It was in a great location with lots of dining/shopping options and close to the west entrance to Yellowstone park. I would definitely stay here again if I ever go back.
2mnytls from: Evansville, Indiana
Published Date: Aug, 7, 2019 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019 Rating: 4
Tiny Home Living Near Yellowstone Entrance
If you ever wanted to explore the latest fad in "Tiny House Living" here's your chance. We found the cabin perfectly suited to our needs for the four days we set up to visit/explore Yellowstone National Park.
Our Cabin (#2) was clean and with the exception of the tour buses that parked out back was very quiet. As others have mentioned we could have used a small table in the kitchen area.
Mary the "Rolling Wilderness Concierge" is a great asset to the facility. Each day she touched base on our experiences in the park and gave us loads of hints and tips for our explorations in the upcoming day(s).
- Rooms: 4
- Location: 4
- Service: 5
Adv4Me from: Westfield, New Jersey
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 1, 2019 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019 Rating: 2
Staying at the Explorer’s Cabin is akin to learning how to rough it in the wild. Dead insect markings on the wall and in our case - a dead fly stuck to the wall. The sofa bed was thoroughly uncomfortable and wi-fi spotty. On the bright side, the cabins were within walking distance to town.