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Lake Yellowstone Hotel And Cottages
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Only Place to Stay
User: Profguy from: Indiana
Published Date: Jul, 7, 2020
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2020
Rating: 2
This is almost identical to the review I wrote for OF Cabins. It seems nothing has changed in these cabins since I first saw them, 40 years ago. They are clean and in the park. That is all I can say good about them. No phone, no TV, no WIFI, cell service stinks, etc. No A/C, but it is not needed. There is no circulating air, which does not seem healthy given the COVID world we live in. I was impressed with the high number of windows so you could get a cross breeze. The price was outrageous. This is what you get when no competition exists. I stayed in “overpriced Jackson” for less money and a ton more luxury.
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Cabin was the only option.
User: Jackinbama from: Massillon, Ohio
Published Date: Jul, 2, 2020
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2020
Rating: 3
We had booked the hotel for late June but the delayed opening forced us into a cabin instead. The cabin was okay and actually saved us a few dollars but the hotel looks very nice and we would have preferred that option. Staff was friendly and helpful. Lots of animals nearby. We saw Buffalo and elk just down the street and elk in the parking lot behind our car. Lake Yellowstone is huge and beautiful too.
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Historic Hotel
User: Leo7504 from:
Published Date: Apr, 13, 2020
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
If you are traveling to Yellowstone, you want to stay in the park. The Hotel has the best restaurant in the park and the hotel is comfortable. I’ve stayed in the hotel and the cabins and it is the place to stay in the park. Lake Yellowstone out the front door, Elk roam the property in the early morning. Some of the reviews floor me. No refrigerators in the room, no air conditioning (if you are inside your room during the day you are missing the point of the trip), small bathrooms. If you want amenities go to Disneyworld, or Las Vegas. The park is the oldest National Park in the US, the Hotel was built in 1891’ and it is in a very remote, beautiful area. Your not going to have all the creature comforts that you see in the big city. If that is not your cup of tea, maybe this isn’t the place for you. The majority of the staff are college students on summer break and they comprise the string quartet. The main attraction is the park, not the hotel.
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great location, small room
User: benjaminsB4368NY from:
Published Date: Jan, 28, 2020
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
expensive but location goes a long way. The hotel puts you right where all the best tourist spots are located, restaurant served great food and walking the beach after dinner was amazing. being in the park when the sun came up allowed us to visit the best locations before the buss's full of people showed up.

Stayed in the Cottage
User: RecreationV from: New York City, New York
Published Date: Jan, 25, 2020
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
We stayed in a small one room cottage. Check in is at the main lodge. On the pricey side, but it was comfortable, amenities are are basic. No frig in the room, so if you have food with you get some ice from the main lodge. Right near the lake, go for a scenic drive.
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