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TravelPod Member ReviewsOld Faithful Lodge Cabins Yellowstone National Park
In this beautiful setting and with a few improvements, this could be a great place to stay in Yellowstone. I am not a person that has to be connected 24x7 but to have 3 hotels and only 1 lobby with internet connection is very surprising. The food in the cafeteria was below par, comparible to my high school cafeteria. Again, I don't know why they can't contract out to a company like Marriott to run the cafeteria.
The experience was so below par that I would probably stay outside the park and commute in everyday for a better hotel stay.
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