We stayed at the Cascade Lodge for two nights last week. I had requested the Dunraven but all that was available was a 1st floor room. The manager who checked us in said that the room at the Cascade Lodge was on the third floor and was 'better' if you don't mind stairs.
I decided to go with the Cascade Lodge and was glad that I did. Our room was spacious, clean, quiet, and comfortable. I did not mind the stairs at all. (Dunraven has an elevator)
In the village we ate lunch at the grill one day. The hotdog was great, the fries not so much. We ate dinner one night at the restaurant and that was fine. Nothing special, but decent.
The ice machine down the road was out of order. The sign said to go to the Dunraven for ice. That machine was tapped dry. No big deal, I purchased ice at the general store.
Location of this lodge is great. Very close to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone (duh!) and close enough to feed my dawn and dusk wildlife viewing addiction in the Hayden Valley.
Did not care about no phone, television, or wifi. Actually I enjoyed that. You could get a cell signal while at the village but not at the lodge. That was nice too.
- Also Known As:
- Cascade Hotel Yellowstone National Park
- Cascade Lodge Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming