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Canyon Lodge and Cabins
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Tough visit
User: Gregg W from: Tampa, Florida
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 24, 2021
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2021
Rating: 2
I picked this place because it had the most dining options. When we checked in, it took 3 tries before we got a room that was not occupied. Eating in your room or outside were the only options. Food was free for breakfast and dinner. However the lines to eat sometimes took an hour to get through. The menu was the same each night. We stayed three. No mixing of the menu. Green veggies were hard to come bye. Rooms were nice. No wifi except in main building. No TV anywhere. The people are working hard. They are under staffed. Rumor is that it is a corporate problem. They should let you know what you are signing up for. They offered a $200 credit until they found out that we were prepaid. Then the offer was $100 for the gift shop.

Lodges Are New! Limited Amenities - Great Location - Food lines Long Due to COVID
User: 8ric from: Tampa, Florida
Published Date: Sep, 23, 2021
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2021
Rating: 4
These are all relatively new Lodges (completed within the last couple of years) and I would say they ae rustic in the sense there is no internet connection(Wi-Fi), no AC in the rooms, no TV in the rooms or lodge with the exception of the main lodge which has WIFI but is limited to the lobby areas. For food options, you will (depending on your lodge location within the campus) need to walk 5-15 minutes to "Canyon Village " area where food options are available. this is a bit limited but they are the only game in town. Despite being there in mid September not having AC was not an issue it may have gotten border line warm but never longer than a few minutes and temps dropped. I found the rooms to be to comfortable and spacious. The bathrooms were clean and the showerhead had adequate hot water and pressure. The beds were comfortable but the pillows were a bit small (but I'm sure you could get more from housekeeping) NOTABLES: -Rooms are expensive (off season $310.00/night before taxes) -NO AC in rooms, NO TV, very limited wifi - Fans in rooms -Fans in rooms -Coffee maker and mini fridge in rooms -Food options are not in lodges - about 5 -15 minute walk to village area
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Doing their best with Covid situation
User: susana820 from: New Jersey
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 18, 2021
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2021
Rating: 5
This review is about the rooms at the canyon lodge, not any of the dining for the complex. Upon checking in (short line) we were assigned to a room based upon our reservation of room type. Management assigned a room in one of the buildings close by since other travelers said some buildings were inconveniently far away. When we opened the door to the room it had not been serviced by housekeeping. We called front desk and walked back to registration for a new room. We were immediately assigned a substantial room upgrade in the Ryolite Lodge building—No questions asked. This new room was clean and comfortable. It had a refrigerator. The fridge was key to eating our own breakfast in our room. The room was quiet from any hall or neighboring noise. The only annoyance in the room was some type of built-in nightlight that was WAY too bright for our sleeping and we had to stack things up to block the light. Coffee pot was great to have and registration area gave us as many coffee pads as we needed. (Not a Keurig machine). The low flow shower water was a bit too low for the best shower but I know they are environmental. I will leave separate reviews for dining in the canyon area….

Canyon Lodge a Bad Option.
User: tommO7646MX from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 17, 2021
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2021
Rating: 2
Way over priced, no heat in the room, fridge was noisy. The food at the cafeteria was terrible and it required that you stand in line outside for and hour and a half. We stayed four nights, we ended up driving to the Yellowstone Lake Hotel the last two nights for dinner, much better option. The Old Faithful Inn was slightly better, but if we were to do it again we would stay outside the park and do a little more driving each day.

Great Stay
User: thattexascouple from: Fort Worth, Texas
Published Date: Sep, 13, 2021
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2021
Rating: 4
We lucked upon this property literally the day before we booked it. There were several cancellations in the summer of 2021 due to COVID, so we found the property the day before our flight. We spent 3 nights in the newest building on the property (and at this time the newest building in Yellowstone). Our room was well appointed with a nice bathroom, comfy king-size bed, refrigerator, and more. We thoroughly enjoyed staying inside the park as it saved us A LOT of extra driving time.
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