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Nothing special to be mentioned about this hotel. Just regular stay during my winter vacation to Yellowstone. There was a convenient store in front of the hotel which was a plus. You can purchase water and food you would need. Breakfast was so simple with...More
Only call here if desperate. Old, run down small rooms and lazy staff. Restaurant, bar and casino on site closed for four years. Oh, and staff rude also. Our king bed barely fit in the room. Bath was so small, one person had trouble, sink...More
DO NOT STAY HERE! I read a really bad review before booking and I should not have ignored it. Besides the horrible complimentary breakfast, and the thin walls (you can hear everything) I had one of the worst experiences of my life at the Stage...More
The lobby is spacious and impressive but it ends there. Rooms are small, dated and in serious need of repair. The bathroom faucet was hooked up backward and lobby noise was constant throughout the night.
This maybe the best hotel in West Yellowstone, and certainly their room rates make you think they are. In fact this "historic" hotel is just old. Sure they have a lot stuffed animals in the lobby, and if you like knotty pine you can get...More
US$98 - US$479 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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In Yellowstone it is always hard to judge--there is so much going on along the way that you will want to stop and enjoy--Yellowstone changes minute to minute, but I would judge no more than 30 minutes out--my best advise is... More
In Yellowstone it is always hard to judge--there is so much going on along the way that you will want to stop and enjoy--Yellowstone changes minute to minute, but I would judge no more than 30 minutes out--my best advise is not to have a time limit, but let Yellowstone show its many sides to you through out the day.
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"ask for a deluxe room - the original rooms are super small"