Old Faithful Snow Lodge and Cabins

Old Faithful Bypass Road, Wyoming, 82190, United States
(3.5 star hotel)
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 7 reviews
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Old Faithful Area More Tourist-y

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 14, 2010

We stayed in the Snow Lodge (not cabins) for 3 nights at the end of our weeklong trip. My father, who is more of a tourist by nature liked this much better than our cabins at Canyon Lodge. The rest of us preferred the cabins. This lodge is in the middle of the tourist-ridden Old Faithful Village, so there were people ever-y-where. So if you are someone who mainly stays in nicer hotels with lots of amenities in tourist hot-spots, this is probably the closest you will get inside the park.

Beware: the Geyser Grill is awful.

Directions: Old Faithful Village, adjacent to General Store

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The best (and only) winter time hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 3, 2008

I can't say enough great things about our three night stay here. So I'll just say it couldn't have been better. Great rooms, great lobby, nice people, good food, fun entertainment, excellent location.
The hotel has cabins, but I'd choose the main hotel, the rooms are new, nice and the walk to the lobby and restaurant are indoors (a nice thing in the winter).

Unique Quality: Rent cross country skis or snowshoes from the gift shop

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Historic Hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 23, 2007

Unique Quality: The interior is built from local trees, which were barked and then used for the interior support structures. You can still see the shapes of the trees holding the building aloft.

Directions: Southwest corner of the loop road.

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Quiet if basic

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 28, 2006

We spent our first night in Yellowstone in this cabin at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge. The facilities were fine, if fairly basic. The cabin was right at the edge of the huge Old Faithful complex, which meant a bit of a walk when we wanted to go out for dinner (at the Old Faithful Inn) but had the bonus that it was very quiet. Our window looked out to the surrounding pine woods so it was easy to feel comfortably detached from the tourist melee of the complex.

Ours was a Frontier Cabin, described as "Duplex motel-style unit, simple but comfortable with a bathroom with shower, toilet and sink" - which is fair enough.

The lodge itself has an attractive modern design. There’s a restaurant (we didn’t dine there but had a good breakfast the next morning though service was a little slow), and a small but comfortable bar with good cocktails. All in all it’s a bit more peaceful than the more famous Old Faithful Inn and I felt better value for money, though not a patch on the Lake Hotel where we stayed for the remaining two night of our visit.

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Simplicity with Class at the Snow Lodge

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 15, 2006

We were fortunate to get rooms at three of the National Park lodges. (I had called in April- three months before our trip and lucked out with some cancellations.) Our favorite spot was the Old Faithful Snow Lodge. The rooms are simple but very clean and uniquely decorated. The lobby is especially attractive and well designed. If you're near Old Faithful, even if you're not staying at the Snow Lodge, take a moment to pop into the lobby for a look. It is a beautiful design. The restaurant was excellent. We made a habit during our trip of ordering one entree and splitting it between the two of us. The staff always accomodated graciously and we had more than enough to eat. The stuffed pork was very tasty.

Unique Quality: We had hoped to stay at the historic Old Faithful Inn but were glad that our luck placed us in the Snow Lodge. (It is a short walk to the historic inn which offered a great breakfast and another wonderful dinner. The view of the lobby of the Old Faithful Inn is not to be missed.)
The no TV policy for all of the park accomodations was a welcome "addition" to the room's assets. The decor was of a great snow lodge. Note the furniture and the lighting fixtures. Every aspect of design was cared for. Don't miss the comfortable balcony level.

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A Lodge and Cabins in the Old Faithful Area

by written on October 18, 2004

The entire Old Faithful area is designated as a National Historic District. Because of this designation, Snow Lodge was designed to harmonize with the landscape, and blend in with the historic buildings in the area. The lobby of this accommodation, has a pleasant, modern western atmosphere, with an overhead curved balcony. The Snow Lodge that you see today, opened in 1998. Located in the Old Faithful area, but generally less expensive than the grand Old Faithful Inn, each room has a private bath. This lodge has gotten good reviews in various publications. The lodge contains 100 rooms that are advertised as casually elegant. You will find an excellent restaurant, a lounge, a grill, and gift shop inside the lodge, as well as an information desk.

If you prefer a cabin, inquire about the nearby Frontier and Western Cabins. Most of these cabins have two queen sized beds and a full bath.

It is important to make reservations as far ahead as possible.

Unique Quality: The area around Old Faithful, where Snow Lodge is located, includes a gas station, general store, post office, medical service, as well as the famous Old Faithful Inn, and Old Faithful Geyser nearby. Do be aware, however, that this is a very crowded area, with a huge paved parking lot to hold all the visitors that come to the Old Faithful area.

Directions: In the Old Faithful Area on the south west side of the park road.

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Old Faithful Snow Lodge

by written on February 25, 2003

Very nice, modern hotel with lots of charm. However, there are no tv's or radios in the rooms so bring entertainment. There's a comfortable lounging area in the lobby with lots of places to play cards, etc. The Lodge is adjacent to Old Faithful geyser, so it's easy to go hiking, snowshoeing, etc. There's a large souvenir shop that sells some backcountry supplies and rents skis and snowshoes (and backpacks, too!) There's a small gift shop that sells coffee and film, too. And the front desk is chuck full of helpful knowledgable pleasant people if you need anything at all.

Unique Quality: It's very secluded and quiet, which took a day or so to get used to, but which I came to appreciate.

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Address: Old Faithful Bypass Road, Wyoming, 82190, United States

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