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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins
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Not good value for money
User: martad394 from: Anchorage, Alaska
Published Date: Jun, 30, 2020
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2020
Rating: 2
The cabin was clean and rather pretty but it was the smallest cabin we've slept during our 2 weeks vacation in the parks. After putting our stuff inside (3 cases - 2 adults and 1 kid) we could barely move. Ridiculously small for the price of the night.
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Safe place to visit during COVID
User: Fam_4_NPS_Travel from: Seattle, Washington
Published Date: Jun, 29, 2020
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2020
Rating: 4
Hotel only gets dinged because of no Wi-fi or cell service, which meant we had to drive to Gardiner to attend to work emails. Such is life. Otherwise, hotel has done a FANTASTIC job of implementing Covid protections. Check in was very safe. And this units seemed kept up and well-cleaned. Helped us feel at ease and enjoy the beauty of Yellowstone. Thank you.
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Small Cabins on the NW border of the park near MT
User: Susan N from: New York City, New York
Published Date: Jun, 28, 2020
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2020
Rating: 3
We were hoping to stay at the lake, but lodging wasn't open yet due to COVID. Mammoth Hot Springs is really close to the border of MT so if you're driving up through Jackson Hole then it can take you a few hours to make it (we didn't realize that). Pros - each cabin had it's own entrance so you didn't need to interact with anyone. Apparently they were just remodeled?! The cabins are very small - it was difficult to fit two pieces of large luggage in the room but we managed and then kept everything else in the car. Rooms were clean, though we wiped everything down with disinfectant to take extra steps of precaution. The cabins aren't noise-proof, so if there's a family with little kids staying in them, you'll definitely hear them in the morning when they're outside and yelling. Lots of elk hang out in the area.
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Wonderful location for New Year vacation
User: KoeverP from:
Published Date: Mar, 22, 2020
Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Enjoy the park with very little people wandering around; nobody gets I each other's way way - at times almost like you had the park all for yourself. Bring along VERY warm clothes, though, if you want to stay outside long enough to enjoy walks of even wild animals watching. Many different types of tours offered by the National Park Service and other provdi rs - reservations very much recommend ended !
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Celebrating our Anniversary!
User: claudiapTravelsalot from: United States
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Feb, 28, 2020
Travel Date: Feb, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
We decided to celebrate our Anniversary with a 5th trip to Yellowstone, which included staying at the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel for several nights. The best part of staying at this location other than the obvious beauty of Yellowstone itself, was hearing a Magnificent pianist name Randy Ingersoll! Each time we visit Yellowstone we always have a unique experience that is different than the one before. But I must tell you listening to this man play the piano was just incredible! The 30 minute slide show presentation about Yellowstone includes him playing music while it is being presented was just an Amazing experience! He composed several of the pieces he plays during the presentation and someone REALLY needs to professionally record his presentation and sell the dvd’s!!! It would be worth $100 to purchase that dvd if one was made! If this is not done, then when Randy retires, it is going to be one of the best treasured gems of Yellowstone that will be gone forever, which will truly be heartbreaking!! His talents is something I will want my grandkids and great grandchildren to experience!! If you are staying at the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, this is one thing you will NOT want to miss during your stay! Thank you, Randy for such an Awesome experience and for you sharing your talents and evening with us!

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