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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins
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Reviewed 27 August 2008

We stayed at the cabins as part of a bus tour. This is not a hotel, so be prepared for bare basics. There is electricity and running water, but there is no TV or phone. Beds are not the most comfortable, and I found 2 dead insects on the pillows and sheets. Towels are thin, and I found another bug. The bathroom is small with very little room for more than just a small shower and toilet. The sink is outside of the bathroom. It gets cold in Yellowstone at night, but we were warm, which was good. Breakfast is not included, but you can walk to the cafeteria, which is expensive, as expected. The interesting thing about the cabin is that when we woke up in the morning, there were 2 large elk grazing outside our cabin. They did not appear to be bothered by us or anyone else, so it was great taking for taking pictures. The cabins are a good alternative if you don't want luxury accommodations or if you don't want to rough it by camping.

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Reviewed 27 August 2008

Stayed at pioneer cabins one night - at 70, worth the price - but basic and spartan. the Western Cabin at Canyon Lodge are very nice inside - fun even. Made the stay very comfortable. We did not mind the time we had to stay there to rest up!

(though one of the beds did not have enough slats - what is up with that!)

Stayed: August 2008
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Reviewed 26 August 2008

We stayed in cabins at Mammoth Hot Springs as part of a lodging and learning package with Yellowstone Association (Yellowstone for Families). The cabin had 2 double beds and a bathroom with shower. The beds were comfortable. The sink was in the bedroom rather than the bathroom, which was fine. The cabin was attached to another cabin, so we could hear some noise from the other cabin. The room was tiny, with no closets, so storage space was minimal. The cabins were clean and cute, and seemed to have been recently updated. The style is more like a tiny cottage rather than a log cabin. The location was very convenient inside the park. Like any national park lodging, there is no air conditioning or TV. We didn't need it, because it was cool every night, even though it was considered to be warm for August. It was only a 15 minute drive to Gardiner, but I was glad that we stayed inside the park, especially when the elk were on the grounds!

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Reviewed 23 August 2008

We stayed here for two nights. The hotel has very nice ambiance. Staff were friendly and helpful with suggestions on things to do. Rooms are large with huge bathrooms and ice machine on each floor.

There is a nice restaurant which needs reservations and is pricey but there is great grill which is reasonably priced.

Several elk come to graze in the mornings and that is an extra bonus in addition to the concerts in the lobby in the evening which was very relaxing after a day of walking.

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Reviewed 22 August 2008

Stayed in the cabin without bathroom for one night. Cabin was clean. We do lots of camping, so going to the bathhouse was ok. Enjoyed watching the prairie dogs, but the elk were not around.

  • Stayed: June 2008, travelled with family
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Reviewed 21 August 2008

Having booked our first trip to Yellowstone only 5 months in advance, we had to take what we could get. For 2 of our nights in the park, we stayed in a Pioneer cabin at Canyon. They were the worst 2 nights. We are an easy going family (2 adults, 3 children ages 7, 10, 13,) we do not travel first class, we are not used to luxury. But even for us, this place was bad. It is not a freestanding cabin, it looked like a trailer that had been partitioned into several rooms. The bathroom was tiny, with a prefab metal shower that was so small I had a hard time using it and I'm only 5 feet tall. The room was also tiny, with 2 double beds and a cot. The room looked original, as in never renovated. Could definitely use some work. The walls were so thin, that when the shower next door was in use at 5:00AM, it woke us all up. So did the tour buses idling outside our windows. To give credit, the room and bathroom were very clean. And the restaurants and visitor center at Canyon were great. But that is not enough to make us ever come back to stay at Canyon.

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Reviewed 21 August 2008

Having booked our first trip to Yellowstone only 5 months in advance, I had to take what was available. For the 5 of us (2 adults, 3 children ages 7, 10, 13) that was a room with only 2 double beds and a sink, with a shared bathroom in the hall. I was a little nervous but we packed a sleeping bag and hoped for the best. We were not disappointed. The hotel is old but charming, with wide hallways and a sweeping staircase that my youngest daughter said reminded her of the Titanic. The lobby is inviting, filled with comfy chairs to read the paper or enjoy drinks from the espresso bar (also has beer in the evenings.) The girls also liked the "map" room, where they were allowed to play the piano when it was not in use. The room itself was very small but immaculately clean. I was not horrified at the thought of my 10 year old sleeping on the floor, as I might have been in other hotels. The bathroom and shower were in the hall, right next door to our room by coincidence, and were also very clean. It was not a big deal at all to have no bathroom in the room. I have read some less than positive reviews of this hotel and can only conclude that some people want luxury wherever they go. We are a pretty low maintenance family, do not travel first class, and were very happy with the accommodations.

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Address: 1 Grand Loop, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190
Region: United States > Wyoming > Yellowstone National Park
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Restaurant Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 6 Hotels in Yellowstone National Park
Price Range: £36 - £72 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2.5 star — Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins 2.5*
Number of rooms: 257
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