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Reviewed June 11, 2017 via mobile

A very nice, clean and affordable motel. Family owned and the staff were friendly and helpful. We were there for 10 days the last of May and beginning of June. We would definitely recommend this place.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank kbl02
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Reviewed May 25, 2017

Room was clean, Direct tv was great, ice available, but most of all owners. Were friendly and helpful when we asked for suggestions of places to eat and faxing info for me. We stayed two nights as we explored Yellowstone. Grocery store in town had everything we needed.

Room Tip: First floor rooms great as parking is almost at the door
  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Judy M
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Reviewed October 12, 2016

The Lazy G was our three-night base for visiting Yellowstone in September. It was always good to know we had a warm, clean, and comfortable room to return to each night. The price was very reasonable and within walking distance of the best breakfast destination, Running Bear Pancake House. The proprietor, Jan, was helpful and hard working. Tea, coffee, hot chocolate, and popcorn were available in the office. Our room gave us the option to open up a kitchenette if we had wanted to cook for ourselves. We would certainly stay at the Lazy G again.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed October 1, 2016

No Hilton in area so we stayed here. Very pleased quiet,quaint,and comfortable. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Rooms were smaller than we are used too but were big enough. Beds were clean and comfortable. Missed the in-room coffee pot but the office had some at 7:00. Would stay again!

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank pamhill2016
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Reviewed September 22, 2016

This is an excellent outside-the-park budget option. Our room was very clean and well maintained. Carpet was in nice condition. The sink is outside the bathroom with a large counter. It has a tub shower. There is no closet, but there is a short garment rack that takes up part of the room space. It is a medium sized room. There is no microwave or coffee maker. There is a pot that can be used to heat water for tea or instant coffee. I’m told there is coffee in the office. Also, no breakfast. Didn’t try the Wi-Fi. Parking is close by the room. Some of the rooms are on a second floor so if you want a first floor room you need to ask. The temperatures dropped to high 20’s and low 30’s at night while we were there and we didn’t have to use the heater, so I don’t know how that worked. Don’t really understand why our room was always comfortably between 68 and 76 without turning anything on. There was absolutely no noise from traffic and trivial noise from other guests.
Be aware that when you stay in West Yellowstone you have to put up with a lot of traffic on the west entrance road. It is a 15 mile drive to get to the main loop road. Coming back in the evenings can take longer than you would think. That drive took us an extra 30 minutes one night and 20 minutes the next because of wildlife adjacent to the road, hence stopped cars. But it is hard to complain too much about that west entrance drive because the Madison River setting is beautiful and you could just enjoy the wildlife every day if you are not in a rush. There are new options for staying in the park that should be checked out, especially Canyon Village. I saw a lot of places to stay inside the park that I was not aware of from an online search.

Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Skytrekker
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