Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins

Address: 1 Grand Loop, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1 Grand Loop, Yellowstone National Park, is near Beaver Ponds Loop Trail and Osprey Falls Trail.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsMammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins Yellowstone National Park

          Reviewed by cool-eye

          Cabin for Two

          Reviewed Sep 8, 2013
          by (9 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

          Winzig kleine Cabin in die man zu zweit gerade so reinpasst zu recht teuren Preisen.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by odiener

          Good accomodation...

          Reviewed Aug 1, 2013
          by (17 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

          ...with a touch of nostalgia. Interesting area of the park to visit too.

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          Reviewed by cambs070

          Can't Get Closer to the Action

          Reviewed Sep 9, 2012
          by (14 reviews) Fort Lauderdale , United States Flag of United States

          Its almost like going camping but you have you have a nice restaurant and bar. The rooms are basic, clean and comfortable. It is neat that this place has been open for over 100 years. No TV or internet in the rooms but the sights make up for it.

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          Reviewed by ginnie1517

          Historical Charm

          Reviewed Jul 26, 2012
          by (6 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          I had a very nice and comfortable room. I loved the claw foot tub. It made me feel I was in another era. Very convenient location and of course the Elk that hang out in the town.

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          Reviewed by angiekayaks

          Hotel O.K. but the restaurant was good

          Reviewed Sep 29, 2010
          by (10 reviews) Bloomsburg, PA , United States Flag of United States

          The hotel is refurbished victorian style hotel. It was nice and it had wi-fi on premises.

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          Historical Traveler Reviews Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins Yellowstone National Park

          Cute Critters for Neighbors


          We stayed in the recently remodeled "budget" cabins at Mammoth Hot Springs. The cabin was clean and charming on the inside. The outside needed a bit of TLC. The cabin was one room with two double beds that included bed linens and towels. One thing that was unique to this location and that my kids really enjoyed were the ground squirrels. These little rodents have staked their claim at this location and they are not afraid of people. They joined us on the porch and were looking for handouts as the kids enjoyed munchies. If you do not like being that "close to nature" the little squirrels could be annoying with their antics and chattering. Our family enjoyed the natural entertainment and the close proximity to the mudpots. The cost was around $70.00 per night for our family of four. The restrooms were a short walk and we did not have any problem with lines for showers. We felt that this location was more relaxing than staying in the Old Faithful area.

          Great location, cozy cabin!


          After the tragic night at Old Faithful Inn (unbelievably terrible service and a terrible room), Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel was a great relief to us! Check-in was smooth. Staff there were friendly! We stayed at a cabin without shower and TV. But again that's our choice and the inconvenience didn't bother us. We were here to enjoy the nature! Besides, the room was spacious and the heater was working just right. And the public shower and bathroom were just nearby. The most important of all is that Mommoth Hot Spring is within walking distance. And the cabins are situated in a tranquil surroundings. The scenery is as pretty as we could expect.

          Basic, but nice


          We stayed in a room with a private bath. Accomadations reminded my wife and me of an old college dorm. Seperate spouts for hot and cold water, dim lighting, but the bed was comfortable and the room was clean. Steam heat, so you might be sleeping with the window open, even in winter. We stayed Feb. 20-Feb. 25. Great base for seeing the park in winter. Flew into Bozeman, MT. and rented a car, which gave us much more freedom than having to take a snow coach to the other in park hotel. Keep your expectations of the room low and you will enjoy your stay.

          Nice rustic experience


          We stayed in the cabins in July 2003, not the hotel. The duplex cabins are just adjacent from the hotel. The cabin we had was great. We enjoyed the rustic porch looking out to Mammoth at sunset. The cabin was recently redecorated to be the actual vintage cabin motif (it was very nice and quaint). We only had a sink and mirror, so we had to walk a short distance to the toilets and showers. (Reminded us of Camp Curry in Yosemite) There was no AC so we had the windows open. This was not a problem until late at night when we heard lots of noise from late-arrival families and the revelry of workers getting off their shifts. The cabin was clean and spacious. We enjoyed the morning on the porch. I'd stay here again despite the noise.

          Part of a GREAT visit to Yellowstone


          We stayed at the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel for 3 nights in mid September. Our room was very clean and plenty big. We had a corner room so we had extra windows. Our friends had a bathtub but no shower in their room. We had both. I must say that it was a little noisy but..I didn't go to Yellowstone to relax in my room. We were there for the beginning of the Elk rut. LOTS of elk all around the hotel.

          As stated in other posts, dining is across the road. Breakfast was good and the buffett was quite reasonably priced. Dinner was okay at the dining room but our best dinner was in Gardiner as recommended by the guide that we used for a day of wildlife viewing.

          Staff at Hotel & Dining Room all very nice and helpful. We were all really glad that we stayed inside the Park.

          Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel


          It also felt a bit like summer camp to us. The Dining room across the road was different. We were there 2 weeks ago and it was rutting season. The Elk were magnificent. The hotel rooms were small but clean. It was noisey i suppose because it's old but we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The only problem was that it wasn't long enough.

          Mammoth Hot Spring cabins -Quaint and Clean


          our family loved the quaint and clean cabins at the Mammoth Hot Springs resort. They were close together but that caused a lot of friendly banter back and forth with our neighbors. We shared a communal bathroom which was clean and heated. Also a sweet front porch with chairs provided! All in all-a pleasant affordable surprise!

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          This is a lovely sight. It felt a bit like being in summer camp however! Small rooms, limited amenities but scrupulously clean. Since there are no TV's, the fun is going into the large hall and playing the piano, listening to nature talks, playing cards and sitting by the fire in June! Themal pools are walking distance away and the dining hall is also adequate. Don't have the trout, though! Salmon was better!

          Good cabins


          The cabins here are clean with comfortable beds. Only a shower in ours. Ask for a cabin with a vew of the springs; you'll get the sunset from your porch, too. The restaurant takes no reservations, so unless you get there early in the evening you'll have a wait, although they do anything on the menu for takeout.Travel tip: the old stagecoach road entrance is just behind the hotel. It is a winding but good five mile one-way road up to Gardiner with the Yellowstone arch at the end. A fun trip which takes about 45 minutes roundtrip including time for pictures.

          Supersize patrons a problem


          This hotel reminds me of the Wawona in Yosemite. The rooms are nice - well decorated and spacious, but since this is an old hotel, the floors are wood and there is no soundproofing. Since most of your fellow americans are likely to be supersized... noise is a problem. It sounded like a family of elephants was flamenco dancing in the room upstairs from us. So... lovely hotel, lovely rooms, good price and can walk to the geothermal sites. Restaurant and bar were quite nice and food was good. Hard to sleep tho. If you stay here, ask for a room on the top floor. Enjoy

          TripAdvisor Reviews Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins Yellowstone National Park

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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