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I booked a room at the Lupine Inn through Expedia in 2016 for September 2017. When I called to check on the reservation (July 11, 2017) the front desk agent explained that there was a new owner and that I would need to ask Expedia...More
Usually, I'm just fine with an average hotel, especially if it has decent rates and/ or a pool. This was the worst hotel I've stayed in in ten years. First of all the "pool" is actually an oversized tub that was too cold for my...More
I should've known on a Friday night when only 3 vehicles were in the parking lot. We stayed in room 109 with a nasty smelling shower curtain, and leaky faucet. I would compare this to a run down Motel 6.
Red Lodge is not a place you get to by accident. We were on our way to Yellowstone National Park via the Beartooth Pass and found very good accommodations at a reasonable price. The room was quite clean, the beds were comfortable, and our stay...More
The room was very neat and clean. The mattress were very comfortable. The staff was friendly and hard working. Good Continental breakfast in the morning. When I come to Red lodge I will always stay at lupine inn.
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My son and I stayed here 1 June of 2017 for the night. We we coming in from Minnesota and wanted to enter Yellowstone through Beartooth Pass--an amazing road but not for the faint-hearted. Give the competition, we got a... More
My son and I stayed here 1 June of 2017 for the night. We we coming in from Minnesota and wanted to enter Yellowstone through Beartooth Pass--an amazing road but not for the faint-hearted. Give the competition, we got a two-queen room for a reasonable price. We both found the room satisfactory. That said, it is a long way to "the park" but you would know that if you've been looking at the maps, as everything about Yellowstone is larger. I had been through the east, north, and south entrances previously. We had decided to camp at Tower Junction (opens late May), which is a great tenting campground. Yellowstone can be so overwhelming in its crowds and this campground was a nice refuge in early June. Also, the Northeast entrance goes through the high mountains of eastern Yellowstone Park and then down through the Lamar valley, in which there was a ton of wildlife (bighorn, mountain goats, bears, wolves far away, and, of course, bison. I think it is the most beautiful entrance into the park, although I do favor the Madison valley (I've now spent 14 days in Yellowstone over three trips). The summary: it's a long way in via the northeast entrance, it's beautiful and amazing, and leave plenty of time.