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How Strict Are Occupancy Rates at Old Faithful Inn?

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I made reservations for four nights at Yellowstone's Old Faithful Inn this coming summer. We have 2 Old House rooms with one queen in each room. I have a family of five, two adults and three daughters aged 11, 6 & 6 (yes, twins!). We had to book 2 rooms because the occupancy max on each room is 4. Here are my questions:

1. Is Old Faithful strict about its room occupancy rates?
2. Could a family of 5 realistically sleep in one of these rooms if the occupancy rate is not super strict? We don't mind sleeping on the floor with mats we bring, but if the room is too small and we'd drive each other crazy over four nights we'd stay with the 2 rooms. ;)

I have been to Old Faithful Inn before, but only with three people. I don't have a clear memory of the room sizes, which I remember being comfortable but spartan.

Any information out there would be very helpful. Thanks!

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