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Grant Village Lodge
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Reviewed 28 September 2008

We stayed at Grant Village for two nights. My husband's immediate remark: reminds me of a college dorm. It's about as basic as you can get, with one or two surprise amenities thrown in for good measure. The beds were okay - a bit on the hard side, actually. The bathroom was small, well-worn and only had a shower, but it was clean.

One surprise was the quality of the soaps and shampoos etc. that were provided; they were very nice. The best surprise was that the telephone in the room had a data port, so you could use a dialup internet connection -- through an arrangement the park made with the phone companies near Yellowstone, the dialup calls, even those over 50 miles away, were actually LOCAL calls! It was really nice to be able to send emails with photos to our family and friends on the same day we had seen some of Yellowstone's amazing features.

We had dinner at Grant Village one night and the Old Faithful Inn the other. I much preferred the food, service and ambience at Grant Village - Old Faithful has a lot of rustic charm, but it was very crowded, noisy and had lackluster food and terrible service.

As others have said, the park itself is the main event. Grant Village was just fine for a place to sleep.

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank plays88keys
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Reviewed 14 September 2008

Our first two nights in Yellowstone and we were so excited to be there we hardly cared about the room. We had a cabin which was sufficient, we were not in it except to sleep. The beds were kinda hard but we had brought extra pillows so that made it better.

Nice dining room, good location.

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank trunkbaygirl
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Reviewed 3 September 2008

Stopped here for one night during bus tour so no choice of where to stay. The location was ok being near to the lake and the restaurants but the room was hot and stuffy and no aircon.
Had a meal in the Lake restaurant where we had a long wait even though the table was reserved but the food was good, the first actual 'hot' meal we had, most meals in the US are just about warm (from our experience).
This resort is ok but it is the park you come for and makes up for a tolerable hotel.

  • Stayed: August 2008
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Thank hargrave
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Reviewed 2 September 2008

This was our first visit to Grant Village and whilst the hotel was good the location and amenities where not as good as others in the park.
The lodge was not far from a big lake so we expected to see boats and loads of activities but nothing except one boat.
To be honest I was glad that we had changed our booking from 2 nights to 1 night

Stayed: August 2008
Thank Tina S
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Reviewed 1 September 2008

We booked 2 nights back in June. The grounds are very nice, with walking access to site resturants store and gift shop. Also it is central, so it is great base camp. The area and hotel felt like I was in the 70's. I was traveling with my wife and 2 girls (late teens). The room was small with a very small bathroom. No TV or internet, and my cell didnt work. But to me that is a good thing! If this room was anywhere else you would pay $60 a night but here it is $160 a night. But supply and demand. If I was to go back I would stay here again as it is just a place to sleep. Just don't expect much.

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled with family
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Thank teltim
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