Mammoth Hot Springs
(Yellowstone National Park)
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The Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins has been a much-loved Yellowstone accommodation since 1937. The resort is located below the steaming limestone terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, and is ideally just 5 miles from the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park. Take advantage of the hotel’s ski and snowshoe rentals or enjoy an interpretive tour around Yellowstone. Alternatively, try out horseback riding, hiking or wildlife watching. Don’t forget your camera, as elk are regularly seen walking through the hotel grounds!
All of the cabins at the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins provide basic and comfortable accommodation. Refresh in your private bathroom before catching up with friends via internet access (chargeable) or tucking into snacks from the in-room gift baskets (chargeable).
The main building of the hotel has a decorative lobby and a Map Room – perfect for reading and relaxing. It also has an activities desk for children and an ATM. Guests can also make use of the dining room, a quick service restaurant, an espresso service, a lounge, a gift shop, a general store, a clinic and a service station.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Name: Denver International Airport
- Distance: 1180 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Denver International Airport Distance: 1180 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1922 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Loved staying in the old hotel, nice bathroom too
Stay Date: 10/2016, lllorim wrote this review.
We had two comfortable queens sized beds. Rooms size was larger than I expected. Nice working bathroom with bathrooms across the hall too. The halls are extremely large and the spiral staircase was nice. Front staff was very helpful. Our room loo… See more
We had two comfortable queens sized beds. Rooms size was larger than I expected. Nice working bathroom with bathrooms across the hall too. The halls are extremely large and the spiral staircase was nice. Front staff was very helpful. Our room looked over the square where a male herd was tending to his herd. It was wonderful to just sit and watch. The main lobby seating was comfortable with a fire going - it was snowing on the days we were there so nice sitting next to the fire to warm up. My favorite stay of all the park hotels. The room was extremely HOT. We kept the windows open - eventhough it was in the low 20s at night and had a fan going and still the room was hot. Also very few electrical outlets in the room. I would stay here again! Collapse
Room without Bath/Toilet
Stay Date: 10/2016, Oxford1809 wrote this review.
Even though we stayed four nights at the end of the season (1st week of October), the only double accommodations we were able to get in the park was in the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel because we did not book until mid-July. Moreover, the only availabl… See more
Even though we stayed four nights at the end of the season (1st week of October), the only double accommodations we were able to get in the park was in the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel because we did not book until mid-July. Moreover, the only available rooms did not have a shower or toilet en suite. It would not have been our first choice, but it worked to our satisfaction. The room was on the second floor of a large wing, built in 1913, and it had a small sink in addition to two double beds, a dresser and chair. Given its age, there were not many electrical outlets, so an extension plug with USB ports is helpful. The room was clean and there were plenty of towels, along with two terrycloth robes for going across the hall to the bathroom. Having the separate bath/toilet, shared with three other rooms, presented no problem in terms of access or availability, and it was well maintained. Other rooms on the floor had a shared bath, and after thinking about it, the separate facilities were probably better and made for a quieter night. As some remarked, the radiator heat can be vexing; we turned it off and even opened a window and it was fine There is no cell phone service (at least for ATT customers) and no internet. A WiFi package is available for purchase, but is only available in certain sections of the hotel. There is a solution: free WiFi is available at the NP Visitors’ Center across from the hotel and can be accessed after hours from the center’s front porch. The front of the hotel was built in the art deco style of 1937, as was the separate dining room. The lobby area is rather small, but the adjoining “map” room contains tables for playing cards/games and writing desks. (The famous wooden inlayed US map is out for conservation until 2017.) There is a dining room and snack bar were food is available. (Items can also be purchased in a nearby store.) Unlike an earlier review, we found the food in the restaurant quite good and fairly priced. There was a breakfast buffet and a la carte menu. We tended to have granola, toast, and coffee most mornings: $17 for two with tip. The dinner menu contained a good selection and included a section of smaller portions. Prices ranged from $10 - $26. There is also a lounge with a full bar. Late in the season you find elk grazing on the lawn and the trees are colorful. Also the lack of crowds in the park make it an ideal time to visit, and while Mammoth Hot Springs is not centrally located, there is considerable wildlife in the northern portion of the park. For example, we not only saw bears but a pack of wolves. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, DawnStella1414 wrote this review.
Amazing staff, great location and a clean and very comfortable cabin. Amenities were all on target from the General Store to the restaurant. I had no problem getting to everything I wanted to see each day. This was exactly what I needed. Thank you!
Amazing staff, great location and a clean and very comfortable cabin. Amenities were all on target from the General Store to the restaurant. I had no problem getting to everything I wanted to see each day. This was exactly what I needed. Thank you! Collapse
Close to the ecosystem
Stay Date: 09/2016, yyzvoyageur wrote this review.
We stay in one of the cabins with no phone, no TV, no wifi etc but a herd of friendly elks around us. It's as close as you can get to nature. For those who could afford to be disconnected from the rest of the world, it's good experience to tell your… See more
We stay in one of the cabins with no phone, no TV, no wifi etc but a herd of friendly elks around us. It's as close as you can get to nature. For those who could afford to be disconnected from the rest of the world, it's good experience to tell your boss 'Can't call me, I'll call you a few days later !!!' There's no shortage of woolly bisons, long-horn goats, elks and antelopes roaming around the park. For geysers, there are all kinds of them in every shape or form too. Other than the most famous iconic Old Faithful which erupts at uncertain but average 1.5-hr intervals for a few minutes to 100+ ft., other geysers would satisfy the most inquisitive geological experts on geysers. Make sure your equipment includes a strong flashlight for walking around in the dark to canteens should you wiash to leave the car behind. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, travellerstwo2016 wrote this review.
We stayed two nights and had a two-queen bed upper floor room, which was larger than we'd expected, and faced the side parking and dining room. We were pleasantly surprised that it seemed to have newer bedding and comfortable though firm mattresses a… See more
We stayed two nights and had a two-queen bed upper floor room, which was larger than we'd expected, and faced the side parking and dining room. We were pleasantly surprised that it seemed to have newer bedding and comfortable though firm mattresses and was mostly clean, though we were disappointed to find pink mould on the shower curtain. Yuck. The building itself has the quirkiness of an old fashioned hotel complete with radiators that started to hiss in the night. I managed to turn the air release valve which stopped the hissing but the radiator kept heating up, even though the heat valve seemed to be closed, making a room which was already hot even hotter even with the window and curtains wide open and an outside temperature of below freezing, it was still stifling in the room. The next day I did manage to fully open and re-close the radiator valve and stopped the flow of heat. It was still very warm in the room as radiators in the common areas were still heating. What really bothered us though, was the thoughtlessness of other guests who started slamming doors, chattering loudly and slamming car doors all before 6am. Please, if you have to leave a place that early, have some consideration for fellow guests who may be still sleeping. In spite of this, overall, we really enjoyed our stay at Mammoth. Collapse
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