Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins

1 Grand Loop, Wyoming, 82190, United States
(3 star hotel)
#3 of 24 hotels in Yellowstone National Park
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 7 reviews
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Pretty close to camping

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 8, 2010

For the price it is not worth it. We were in a cabin. The cabin had two sides to it w/ a connecting door. I knew and was traveling with those on the other side of that door and it is a good thing because there wasn't a lock on the door connecting the rooms! There's no TV, no phone, no mobile phone service, no office area to borrow a computer, and the bathroom is across the campus as a community bathroom. The wall between the rooms is paper thin! And the mattresses had seen much better days.

It was clean, very clean. Although in order to be 'green' towels that are left on the rack will not be changed out and sheets are only changed every 5 days.

They do offer wi-fi to those who bring their own laptops. We were on motorcycle and had no room for such things.

Unique Quality: Location location location.

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Great value

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 4, 2010

Stayed in the Cabins. Each cabin has 2 big beds and a sink. Some are standalone, some are 2 attached to each other. For $80/nite you can't beat it inside the park. Good location too, plenty of elk hanging around the place too. Walking distance to Minerva terraces.

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Mammoth Hot Springs Cabins

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 10, 2009

The cabins are located right next to the Mammoth Hot Springs terraces, and were very nice and cosy. They were not ensuite, but had a sink, with a few common bathrooms scattered over the grounds so that there is always one just around the corner, wherever your cabin may be located.

The mineral terraces are only a short walk away, for meals you have the choice between the restaurant or a fast-food outlet, and there is also a very good visitor centre in the village.

I had read that you can sometimes see elk on the terraces, so I was hoping to find some there around dusk, but as somebody informed me the next day, while I was searching for them on the terraces, they were right down in the village, grazing on one of the green areas there!

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Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 20, 2009

We stayed in the cheapest option of the hotel. i.e. the frontier cabin. We were not so satisfied by the standard, but the location in a field full of squirrels was amazing for us.

Directions: in Mammoth Hot Springs youll find it

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Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 2, 2005

A very busy point in the park, always full of tourists.Buy fruits and foods in Gardiner, about 20 minutes' drive.

Unique Quality: My daughter love playing with pikas.

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If You Wish to Stay In the Mammoth Area

by written on October 18, 2004

Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel is Located in the beautiful mountain valley seen in the photo. This is an area, which was often visited by earlier visitors. Once a fort, you will still see the striking stone buildings of the old Fort Yellowstone. I have only seen the lobby and the wonderful dining room, but based on those I would assume that the rooms would be very comfortable. This is a historic hotel, built in the 1930s. Most rooms within the hotel have two queen or double sized beds, a telephone, and a bathroom. There are, however, also rooms offered with shared bathrooms, and if you are on a budget, this will save you money. These shared bathrooms are located down the hall. There are two suites available with a private bedroom containing two queen sized beds, a sitting room, cable TV, and a bathroom. You will find a restaurant within the hotel, as well as a grill. There is a desk to arrange interpretive sightseeing tours from.

There are three styles of cabins to choose from, including budget motel-style without a private bathroom, cabins with bathrooms, and four hot-tub cabins. The hot-tub cabins each have a private 6-person outside hot tub, surrounded by a private fence.

This would be a good place to stay if you wish to drive the Lamar Valley route looking for wild life, or wish to see Mammoth Hot Springs. It would be a long distance to drive to see sites on the west or south side of the park. This hotel is open in both the summer and a winter season, and is located on the west end of the only plowed road in the park

Unique Quality: There is a gift shop, lounge, espresso service, ATM, a general store, medical clinic, and gas stations in the area. There are often elk grazing in the area, and it is close to Lamar Valley, and the Mammoth Hot Spring terraces.

Since the hotel is open for both the winter and summer seasons it is a great location from which to explore the northern most road in the park, which is the only plowed park road accessible to auto travel in the winter. This is also a central area for Nordic skiing, and snowshoeing during the winter months.

Directions: In the north west corner of the main road, near the North Entrance.

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Nice place to Stay

by written on September 8, 2002

Plain but clean and well maintained.

Unique Quality: Within the park. Easy access. woldlife comes right up to the parking lot at night. We appreciated the elevator because of our third floor room.

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Address: 1 Grand Loop, Wyoming, 82190, United States

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