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Old Faithful Lodge Cabins
Tracy T from: Denville, New Jersey
Published Date: Jul, 4, 2020 Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2020 Rating: 3
Isn't it really all about the location?
Location, location, location = perfect. Amenities? Meh. Looks and feels like military barracks. Comfy bed, but bring the skeeter spray. Only stayed one night because of my teacher-budget...and if I could afford to stay another, I would not have. Our stay was one level up from a tent and five rungs down from a Best Western.
Lvtolvlife from: Springdale, Utah
Published Date: Jul, 1, 2020 Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2020 Rating: 5
Wow! Our favorite stay so far
we have stayed at Snow Lodge Cabins, Mammoth, Canyon Hotel rooms and Lake Lodge cabins and this has been our favorite stay. the cabin was a double with twin and it was in great shape...and VERY clean! (a a big deal for me).
we were in lower section away from the main lodge building. We were in a section with 4 cabins in one building and we didn’t hear our neighbors. Looking forward to staying here again.
Teejabeen from: Alameda, California
Published Date: Jun, 27, 2020 Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2020 Rating: 5
Location is Key!
Come for the location. It's a perfectly adequate room, has all the necessary things - bed, shower, flushing toilet (fancy!), and a heater for those cold nights. There isn't a lot of room, but you won't be hanging out there much anyway. I'd recommend throwing a few camp chairs in your car and you can use those to hang out outside - I mean, you are in Yellowstone after all.
The location can't be beat. We were able to tour the geyser basin virtually on our own, as we could get to places as soon as the sun came up. It was an incredible opportunity and I'm so grateful. These cabins made that possible!
bac0ngf from: Los Angeles, California
Published Date: Jun, 11, 2020 Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2020 Rating: 4
Location gets a 5 star
We got so lucky with our route from North to south and scored a double bed cabin during the reopening phase. The building in the photo has 2 units attached. The room is tiny but comfortable. One double bed, a desk with chair. Bathroom had shower and toilet. Sink was outside in the room itself. There was a heater in the room and that was needed during the freezing night in June. We ditched our RV for the cabin during the cold front that came through. It was so convenient to explore the park from Mammoth Spring and drove here and stayed within the park. The sunsets behind old faithful and you can walk from the cabins to the geysers. Location can not be beat. The price is steep for what you get but was worth it.
jotirico from: Peoria, Illinois
Published Date: Jan, 27, 2020 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019 Rating: 4
Nice, comfortable cabins. Campground like showers, bathrooms.
First of all, I highly recommend staying in the park if at possible. We only had a few days to explore Yellowstone NP and didn't want to spend unnecessary time driving and staying in the cabins allowed us that. The cabins at Old Faithful are in a communal area behind the Lodge which is relatively quiet considering the number of visitors to the park. We really enjoyed staying in the park for the mere fact that Old Faithful is just that....faithful to the schedule whether the charter buses are there or not. Staying on the property allowed us to enjoy the area during "off" hours. The cabins themselves were nice....no air conditioning, but not needed. We slept with the windows open and were more than comfortable. The shared bathrooms & showers were clean. For us, the cabins were a bit pricey for what we got, but considering the location the price really was reasonable. Actually wouldn't want to visit Yellowstone NP if we couldn't stay in the park. There are so many day trippers coming in on buses, staying in the park allowed us to enjoy the park after the buses had left for the day.
- Rooms: 3
- Value: 3
- Service: 4