We could not fault the cleansiness and decor of the room, or of the 'house block' it was in. The beds were comfortable and it was quiet. We liked the lakeside restaurant that was just a few minutes walk away and it felt a lot less commercialised than Canyon lodge had. The room is on the small side and you are probably paying double for it's location, but isn't that to be expected ? You pay over the odds in the nearest towns to the park which can leave you a long[ish] drive during the peak morning traffic heading in. The park is huge and getting around can be slow, especially with the wildlife jams on the roads that are common. Actually being in the park when you wake is worth the premium in my opinion, although West Yellowstone is a lively town and good alternative. During our stay we stayed in town and Canyon Lodge as well as Grant village and it worked well for us. On a multi day visit it's worth considering using more than one location as a base and keep on the move, rather than driving back and forth over the large distances you need to cover to explore the park fully. All in all it was a pleasant stay and I would certainly recommend it and return again.
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- Grant Village Lodge Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming