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Such a great experience. Loved the room, bar and shops. Hotel has a lot of history, great scenery and elk wandering the grounds. Will definitely be back again. Lots of character, beds are very comfortable.
If you are arriving from the north part of the state or Montana this is a great location to stay. We stayed in a cabin that was a bit rustic but cute, and clean. Great shower and it was nice to sit on the little...More
The cabin with bathroom was clean and the two queen beds were comfortable,. We liked the front porch. However the cabin is very small, it was fine for 1 night but 4 people in this cabin is a squeeze. The smallest out of the four...More
The hotel room was very nice at the end of a long corridor, we had a ensuite bathroom which seems rare in the hotel with most rooms sharing a communal bathroom.
However the bathroom had bed retired sympathetically so had a roll top bath with...More
We've stayed in Yellowstone many times, but had never spent the night at Mammoth until this trip. Our timing turned out to be perfect: we were there during the height of the elk rut and we experienced the magic of elk bugling under our window...More
#2 of 17 Speciality lodging in Yellowstone National Park
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US$280 - US$295 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes My cabin had a tiny bathroom....very tiny. The sink was in the room. Note some cabins are duplexes. Parking is very limited sometimes requiring you to park in front of your door. Still worth it...excellent... More
Yes My cabin had a tiny bathroom....very tiny. The sink was in the room. Note some cabins are duplexes. Parking is very limited sometimes requiring you to park in front of your door. Still worth it...excellent opportunity to see the elk while in the cabins