BEST WESTERN Yellowstone Crossing
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Yellowstone Crossing Laurel
We had driven from Billings International Airport and this was a welcome overnight stay. Excitement at finally being at our destination overcame the feelings of exhaustion and we visited the local Walmart to stock up on supplies before retiring to bed.
We would have liked a second night here as the room was so comfortable and clean with a large bed. Our only problem was getting the attention of a member of staff as we arrived quite late, but once that had been achieved, it was plain sailing to get into our room. Breakfast the next morning was good and kept us going well. This hotel is very easy to reach off the interstate and has a local Walmart for supplies. It is then an easy drive to take the road to Yellowstone.
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