- Reviews: 1083
Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park & Cabins: A Campground and Cabins
Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park & Cabins is a large park within West Yellowstone, which was built in 1996, and expanded in 2006. The RV sites have full hook-ups with 30-50 amp electricity, water, sewer, and cable TV. The sites are about 35 foot wide, with paved roads and patio areas with picnic tables. The standard pull-through site is 70 feet long, however, if you have a large RV, you can choose a premium site, which is 80 feet long. You may also choose a 45-foot long back-in site, which backs up to the Gallatin National Forest. The facility contains 191 RV sites, as well as a number of tent sights. The tent sites have a charcoal BBQ grill and a picnic table. These sites are located close to the Clubhouse, which has restrooms with showers, and outdoor kitchen sinks.
The business offers cabins with knotty pine interiors, a queen bed, and a bunk bed. Each cabin comes with its own picnic table and charcoal grill. With a small porch complete with a swing, you can sit back and relax after your day of exploring. (See my fifth photo)The cabins are small, with both the Basic Cabins and the Cabin With a Bath measuring 14 feet by 17 feet on the inside. If you are staying in a Basic Cabin, there is no bathroom, but there is a park restroom with showers about 100 feet away. If you choose a Cabin With a Bath, you will have a small private bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower. The third cabin choice, which is scheduled to be discontinued in 2012, is a cabin with a bath and kitchenette. This choice is a little larger, measuring 14 feet by 20, and includes a separate bedroom, a bathroom like the one described with the Cabin With a Bath, and a small kitchen which includes a sink, microwave, stove with an oven, and a refrigerator. You will need to provide your own dinnerware and cooking utensils.
WiFi is available, although not guaranteed in all sites. There is an extra cost for this in all sites, except Premium RV Sites. The Park Clubhouse has a small convenience store and gift shop, game room, conference room, coin operated laundry room, and restrooms with showers. There is also a small playground area for children. (See my fourth photo.)
- Reviews: 1477
Pony Express motel: Close to West gate entrance.
This is a sister motel to the Brandin' Iron just round the corner where you have to check in. Nothing at all out of the ordinary but certainly a budget option when you look at prices for staying in the park and even a lot of motels in West Yellowstone. On a quiet street only a couple of hundred metres from the West entrance.
We paid 65$ inc tax for 2.
- Reviews: 59
Alpine Motel: W. Yellowstone's Best Accomodation
The Alpine Motel is owned and run by Brian and Patty and they go out of their way to accommodate you in any way they can. The place is spotless, well maintained and is the least expensive place to stay in West Yellowstone. You can walk to the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, IMAX Theatre, many restaurants and lots of shops. If you decide to visit the Yellowstone area, stay here, you won't be disappointed!
Very helpful owners, great location and very clean! Only 2 miles to west gate entrance of YNP.
- Reviews: 657
Holiday Inn: West Yellowstone Resort
What a great hotel. Right in the center of town and only 3 blocks to the Yellowstone National Park west entrance. This hotel has it all. A great restaurant, bar and location. The rooms are not the fancy high priced resort style, but they are comfortable.
The Holiday Inn never let's me down, and at the time of my stay, it was called the Holiday Inn Sunspree Resort, it met all my expectations. The only drawback is for those that don't like to see animals stuffed and either hanging on the wall or standing tall. There are quite a few over by the restaurant/bar.
In the hotel lobby, there is a full wall mural with the view of Yellowstone on it. A wonderful tall bronze also is in the lobby. There is a 1903 Museum Rail Car inside the hotel and walking through, it felt like you were on board during 1903. The suite my wife and I were in had a dining, living room with fireplace, as well as a bedroom. It felt like home. Home on the range, that is.
As of 2009, the Hotel has been renovated to give you an even better stay. Now known only as the Holiday Inn to not confuse those looking for the Holiday Inn and seeing the Sunspree logo. Don't know if the stuffed animals are still hanging around. Still one of the best hotels in the area.
- Reviews: 53
HI Hostel - Bozeman: Hostelling
Worst bunks I've seen yet. They don't have a ladder but instead have these pegs that you stand on to get up. There should be two of them and still it's a challenge. Some beds have none :-? Matress are okay. Didn't sleep all that well, but that could have been other factors too. Has hardwood floors that creek along with the doors. You will be woken up a few times unless you are late to bed and up early.
I'd stay there again if I had too, it wasn't a bad experience, just have been to better hostels that's all, and it certainly was better then New Orleans, but we don't have to worry much about New Orleans now do we.
Overall it was clean.
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