Let me start by saying that we stayed in 3 different Xanterra properties (lodges) while in Yellowstone, and I was pleased with all of them. If you are staying in Yellowstone lodging, please know that the accommodations are not luxurious, but rather, a place to hang your hat when not taking in the sights of the park. We stayed in a cabin, and the simplicity of it was reminiscent of a bygone era. Loved the front porch. Inside, there was barely enough room to move around the 2 beds, but we were only staying for 2 nights, so we managed. The bathroom is beyond tiny with only a toilet and small shower. The sink is in the bedroom area. Despite being tiny, the cabin was very charming and clean. I liked the soap/shampoo/cond dispensers in the Xanterra showers, too. Our friends had a grass courtyard in front of their cabin, so our kids had fun playing in the grass together and unplugging from devices. Our cabin, however, had no courtyard. You will likely have the windows open in July for airflow, so expect to hear neighbors coming and going. We ate at the grill a couple of times, and it was a decent option for quick food. We also went for Pizza at K Bar in Gardiner which was just five miles away - yum! In the evening, we had elk eating and roaming right next to our cabin. All in all, the Mammoth cabins were a memorable place to stay, and I would love to go back some day. Just keep in mind, the closest laundry is in Gardiner.
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