My first day, after breakfast was over, the male desk clerk, wearing a wrinkled white undershirt, joined his buddies in the breakfast room, where they discussed their female conquests of the night before, as they ate leftover breakfast food, and vandalized the milk machine so it would work. Yes, they used the f verb. I was there because the literature in the room says breakfast ends at 10, but it ends at 9. The room clerk told me they had told me the times at check in (they hadn't). And I didn't think that was an appropriate response. But the front desk was like that. Every time I approached they watched warily, like I might open fire. (I'm a surburban mom in her 50's, overweight, etc. I smile a lot) The last morning, as I checked out I mentioned that most hotels slipped the bill under the door the last night. Goodness! The clerk took huge umbrage at this, lamenting that she was alone at the desk and couldn't leave and how would she have time to print them all up and people always argued about the rates so what about that, etc. But the guy in the torn and dirty yellow T shirt behind the desk went one better. He loftily announced to me that he had stayed in MANY hotels all over the west and none of them had ever done that. Ever. He was unwilling to acknowledge that possibly some do (like the one I stayed in that very night in Boise). Not only was the customer not right, but the customer was....lying? Hallucinating? I did not think it was polite to point out that perhaps we did not stay in the same type of hotels, but then here I was at a hotel where someone behind the desk in a torn and dirty T shirt would argue with a guest about their experiences.
Owner of this hotel, the trick is that the front desk may despise the guests, but they must conceal this at all costs. and even pretend they like us!
So don't argue about the rates, folks, and there won't be a bill under the door.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This boutique-style hotel proudly features amenities such as an indoor heated pool, hot tub, dry sauna, limited continental breakfast and free WiFi. Our 66 well-appointed guest rooms and suites feature upgraded linens, bathrobes, mini-refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers and 36-inch flat-screen TVs. Open in the warm season. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Yellowstone Park
- Yellowstone Park West
- Yellowstone Park Hotel West Yellowstone, Montana