Yellowstone Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYellowstone Park Hotel West Yellowstone
Junior suite with king and hide-a-bed. Room had a fridge, microwave, and Vizio HDTV. TV was in front of the King, and strangely could not be turned to face the couch at all. Pool was VERY warm. Pancake machine at breakfast was a big hit with the kids (and better than the usual waffle machines, IMO). WALLS ARE PAPER THIN. We could hear our neighbors not making any attempt to be quiet. Could hear their TV in the middle of the night, and were woken up by their alarm in the morning. Friendly staff, though I overheard them making the same recommendations for meals to the people that checked in after me, though I had asked specific questions.
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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... an eye on all of us, but didn't seem to mind or care in the least. I only used my other camera...so, no pics here...but, I. Think I may have gotten a few really nice shots of him. Pretty fun...and a little scary..he was BIG. All the geysers I went to had a lot of other folks there too...they keep people on boardwalks So they don't do stupid things and get hurt. Steam is coming out of the ground in random places and I think it changes all the time. ...
... no guard rails but steep drop-offs. My heart was in my throat a couple of times. A small herd of elk cows and calves were munching grass at the base of a rocky mountain but no bulls. Oh wow, we found the bulls, mostly young ones, mowing the lawn in the town square. Some too lazy to even stand were grazing from a lying position. I can see how they would be a nuisance.
... activity, and of course, wildlife! Initially we planned to hike this afternoon, but some very large, dark clouds changed our minds. Instead, we ended up driving the "big loop" around the park. Took about 9 hours, which included a few quick stops for museums & sites, a sit down dinner, and of course a few stops to watch & take pictures of critters. Today we saw buffalo (finally!), elk, deer, two marmots, a black bear, a ...
The ride into West Yellowstone was a really tough ride. Lots of narrow shoulders and gravel caused for the team to rack for 10 miles due to safety. I disagreed with the decision to rack but you know this trip isn't just about the miles. For our day off we hiked up Mt Washburn at 6:30 ...
... in Yellowstone… Thank you, Gwen! While getting settled we get another dusting of snow! Some of these sites are still covered in snow. Most of the other RV parks in town are larger, in fact much larger…
Cold weather here…. Cold nights in the high teens and highs ...