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 1995 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
No cell service, no wifi, no internet, no television, no entertainment, no AC
Stay Date: 08/2017, Skipper090 wrote this review.
The best I can say is that our hugely overpriced cabin was one with a great outdoor, private hot tub. The cabin is large and well maintained, very clean and has its own gravel driveway. We did not need AC in mid-August since the temperature suddenl… See more
The best I can say is that our hugely overpriced cabin was one with a great outdoor, private hot tub. The cabin is large and well maintained, very clean and has its own gravel driveway. We did not need AC in mid-August since the temperature suddenly dropped, but the windows had to be open so we were cold before dawn. There is no entertainment at all, so bring a book. The only WIFI is at the NPS Visitor's Center, which closes at 7:00 PM. No cell service was quite a shock. Stay there only if the convenience to the north of Yellowstone is worth the high price. Not really a classic hotel, just old with some renovations. The better of two bad Yellowstone hotels. Collapse
Surprisingly nice cabin
Stay Date: 08/2017, Fiona C wrote this review.
We stayed in a Frontier cabin with a private bathroom for one night. We anticipated that the cabin would be basic from some of the reviews we'd read and were a little apprehensive about what we would find. However, we were extremely happy to find th… See more
We stayed in a Frontier cabin with a private bathroom for one night. We anticipated that the cabin would be basic from some of the reviews we'd read and were a little apprehensive about what we would find. However, we were extremely happy to find that the cabin had been recently decorated and the furnishings were very comfortable and of a good standard. The cabin was spotlessly clean, quiet and we enjoyed having breakfast on the porch. The location was well placed for touring northern Yellowstone and beating the crowds to visit the springs in the early morning. Boiling River is also less than 5 minutes' drive away for an energising soak (the current in the river was quite strong). The only negative feedback we have is about the pricing policy of Xanterra (Yellowstone National Park Lodges). We booked and paid for the accommodation a year ago but we were told on arrival that the price had increased from what they advertised last year, and we couldn't have the cabin unless we paid the extra. Whilst this was only a small amount (about $3), and their T & Cs say they can increase the cost, we were not notified of the increase before our visit. We consider it sharp practice to demand more money when they have already accepted full payment at their quoted price. Naturally, on arrival it was far too late to change our plans. Despite this gripe we wished we had been able to stay more nights at this location because it was the best of the accommodations we had in Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. Collapse
Cabin without a bathroom was acceptable clean and large.
Stay Date: 08/2017, cad307 wrote this review.
Originally booked 2 nights in the main hotel and payed for the first night. Then they emailed me to say that the hotel was under renovations over summer and would I like a cabin. I confirmed and then they wrote and said the same reservation number wo… See more
Originally booked 2 nights in the main hotel and payed for the first night. Then they emailed me to say that the hotel was under renovations over summer and would I like a cabin. I confirmed and then they wrote and said the same reservation number would be used but that the cabin did not have a bathroom. When i arrived I discovered that the renovations had been completed early but they did not move the displaced guests back into the hotel but sold those rooms to new guests. Very unprofessional and a direct complaint to the manager fell on deaf ears. Collapse
Cabin With a Hot-Tub - Awesome
Stay Date: 08/2017, Highlandcolliedog wrote this review.
This was to be our last two nights in Yellowstone and Mammoth is a good place to wrap up a trip. When we booked over a year ago the only accommodation that was available for our dates was a Cabin with a Hot-Tub ... Well we had been camping for the 7 … See more
This was to be our last two nights in Yellowstone and Mammoth is a good place to wrap up a trip. When we booked over a year ago the only accommodation that was available for our dates was a Cabin with a Hot-Tub ... Well we had been camping for the 7 nights previous and it was our last 2 nights in the park ... It was worth every penny (or cent). The main hotel was being refurbished hence the accommodation shortage we now realise, however if we stayed here again we would book the Hot-Tub option again. The cabin was clean and spacious with a verandah overlooking the enclosed yard with the hot-tub. It was totally private. There was something very special about being able to sit looking up at the sky watching the stars slowly brighten as night drew in - it is such a big sky. Would book again. Collapse
Best of our Yellowstone hotels
Stay Date: 07/2017, Dave_W806 wrote this review.
We stayed at a Frontier cabin during our 4 day 3 night visit to yellowstone The cabin was the best of the 3 places we stayed by far, superior in size and comfort to old faithful tired cabin, and much superior in experience to canyon lodge. Our cabi… See more
We stayed at a Frontier cabin during our 4 day 3 night visit to yellowstone The cabin was the best of the 3 places we stayed by far, superior in size and comfort to old faithful tired cabin, and much superior in experience to canyon lodge. Our cabin looked out on one of 3 central green garden areas, and as with a lot of the other cabins we sat out on our porch and enjoyed the early summer evening with a snack and drink as deer wandered feet away and prairie dogs scurried around. The cabin inside itself was a bit tired but every bit what you would expect from a lower to mid range hotel. No complaints. No TV Yay! Parking is plentiful next to your individual cabin or very close by if unlucky. Terrace grill & restaurant within 5 mins walk. As with all inpark hotels the best thing is the location, and being able to beat the crowds early morning and early evening as they commute from outside the park. But the mammoth cabins for us were a really very pleasant stay. Collapse
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