Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins
(Yellowstone National Park)
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The Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins is an elegant accommodation and is listed on the parks register of Historic Places as the oldest standing Yellowstone hotel. Take a stroll around the dazzling Yellowstone Lake, explore the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and Inspiration Point or enjoy a Scenicruise tour.
All of the cabins at the Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins offer simple and comfortable accommodation. Each cabin comes with a private bathroom and warm bedding, and guests can purchase internet connectivity and in-room gift baskets.
Treat yourself to a delicious meal at a nearby restaurant after a jam-packed day of sightseeing or head to the hotel’s own dining room for a relaxing evening. The hotel also provides a Sun Room with piano or chamber music performances at night, making for a classic ambience.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Name: Denver International Airport
- Distance: 926 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Denver International Airport Distance: 926 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1039 reviews
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Construction at hotel but bison in front of hotel
Stay Date: 07/2017, boatlover7411 wrote this review.
Great wildlife Great prime rib dinner only $20! Nice rocking chairs Few mosquitos Great birds Wonderful lake view Dinner starts 430 if on east coast time that's handy! Tip- byo wine buy at general store before hotel Tip - have rain gear it's in a … See more
Great wildlife Great prime rib dinner only $20! Nice rocking chairs Few mosquitos Great birds Wonderful lake view Dinner starts 430 if on east coast time that's handy! Tip- byo wine buy at general store before hotel Tip - have rain gear it's in a place that rains daily at 4 pm other places in park aren't in this weather pattern Saw deer and large furry mammals smaller than foxes bigger than squirrel It's peaceful here unlike old faithful area but it rains! Did not stay here overnight but spent 3 hours here Collapse
Beautiful setting; snotty restaurant staff
Stay Date: 07/2017, SunshineV88 wrote this review.
Geez, it amazes me when I run into a person (s) in the service industry who CLEARLY do/does not even like other humans. We approach the dining podium early for our dinner reservation and the young woman Hayley (sp) doesn't even LOOK us in the eye, … See more
Geez, it amazes me when I run into a person (s) in the service industry who CLEARLY do/does not even like other humans. We approach the dining podium early for our dinner reservation and the young woman Hayley (sp) doesn't even LOOK us in the eye, just GLARES in our direction, mumbles something, picks up menus and then turns around and hands us off to someone. Wow. I feel welcomed! We ask for a window seat (two available) and we are told no-they are reserved....excuse me? When I asked, it was first come first served...NO reservations?? Next morning; SAME thing...our eye-liner gal is as friendly as a pit-viper. Her sourness is palpable! We chat with our waitress and ask about the working hours as the same unfriendly face 'greeted' us for dinner and breakfast-the waitress told us, 'Yea we work long hours for 5 days in a row, the only thing that keeps me going is reminding myself I get two days off soon'. Good golly what a way to earn a living! One of our companions ordered off the breakfast menu, we had the buffet. We were completely finished when her omelet came out. No fruit salad- she flags down our server and he goes off the retrieve her fruit salad. Comes back with a small bowl of obviously previously frozen fruit with a HUGE LONG HAIR on top. Zip he's gone again! As the fruit on the buffet was quite fresh and there was a varied selection (not just frozen cantaloupe and honeydew) she went to the buffet and made herself a bowl. Doesn't anyone pay any attention to what they are doing? Anyone could see that the fruit had been in the back of the refrigerator and had frozen...so DON"T serve it. But the HAIR?? YUCK Historic, attractive building experience kind of ruined by the staff. Collapse
You can make it work for you
Stay Date: 07/2017, FEN_10 wrote this review.
We came to the park in late July - peak season, so all the accommodations were at peak price. We were more interested in the park than our bed, so these cabins were actually perfect for us. For $269 a night, we got two queen beds; a good size cabin;… See more
We came to the park in late July - peak season, so all the accommodations were at peak price. We were more interested in the park than our bed, so these cabins were actually perfect for us. For $269 a night, we got two queen beds; a good size cabin; parking right outside our door; great bathroom; and quiet. The cabins do look a little shabby from the outside and you feel like you're in park employee housing, but again, if we cared, we would've stayed in the hotel. A wonderful plus here is the five minute walk down to the cafeteria/lodge building to then grab a beer and sit out on the great porch overlooking Lake Yellowstone at sunset - pretty great place to be. However, the big secret here is to skip the cafeteria! Oh, the food is just not good - it truly is cafeteria food from elementary school. It is a 1/2 mile stroll over to the Lake Hotel where the food is reasonably priced (for the setting and the quality) and very good. By combining the lower cost accommodations of the cabins with the higher quality food of the hotel, this made a perfect stay for us. We were able to Geysers on one day (all the way to Mammoth and everything inbetween) and a quick ride to Mt. Washburn, which was a great day hike up to 10,000 feet and amazing views before taking in the Grand Canyon and waterfalls of Yellowstone in the afternoon. The whole experience was beyond memorable. Collapse
Elegant setting and lobby area
Stay Date: 07/2017, rthau wrote this review.
First the positives: - Bell men were courteous and very helpful - The lobby area in the evening is elegant. String quartet playing until 10pm, outside the bar. NICE TOUCH. The others: - felt like the staff at the desk and the dining area reception … See more
First the positives: - Bell men were courteous and very helpful - The lobby area in the evening is elegant. String quartet playing until 10pm, outside the bar. NICE TOUCH. The others: - felt like the staff at the desk and the dining area reception had a real attitude. This is the way it is, I don't care what you want. - Definitely "off the grid" approach. No TV, no WiFi, no cell service... (there is a wired internet in the room, but no one tells you about it until too late - bring a small router like an Apple express) - Make dinner reservations months before you arrive. Otherwise you are on a wait list. - No Air Conditioning (gets hot in the summer) - Queen bed was all that was available. Requested King from my agent, but obviously not happened. All in all, an elegant setting inside the park. Was disappointed with the attitude and amenities from a 400-500/night hotel room. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, Jacquie R wrote this review.
Our stay was at the Lake Yellowstone Hotel. The cabins are really a different place. Tough to tell which one is being reviewed. To start I need to say that this hotel is not for me. This is a luxury hotel, with concierge, bell hops, reservation only … See more
Our stay was at the Lake Yellowstone Hotel. The cabins are really a different place. Tough to tell which one is being reviewed. To start I need to say that this hotel is not for me. This is a luxury hotel, with concierge, bell hops, reservation only restaurant and string quartet in the lobby. We spent all day out in the sun, so walking in dirty and sweaty...nope don't belong here. We made reservations late so this was the only room available. It is very expensive. Our room was small, but a huge bathroom. Go figure. No AC or wifi or cell reception (ATT). The hotel is super clean and a very well appointed historical hotel. We ended up going to the cabin side for dinner, either at the cafeteria or the store. Though I did go to Starbucks. Yes, they are in Yellowstone. We did see a bison in the parking lot. The staff that we dealt with were very nice. Hotel is on the lake. Nice view from that side of the hotel. Pretty central to major attractions. If luxury stay is what you are looking for this hotel is for you. No complaints, just not for us. Collapse
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