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Yellowstone Question: Room Size & Occupancy

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We are going to stay at Old Faithful Inn in Yellowstone in mid-August. We are a family of 5 (2 adults, three daughters ages 11, 6 & 6) and were told by Yellowstone reservations that we had to rent two rooms because a room can only accommodate 4 people if you bring your own bedding. Here are my questions:

1. We have rooms with single queen beds and shared baths. Is Old Faithful strict about exceeding occupancy rates in a room?

2. Would it be realistic to try and sleep 5 people in these particular rooms?

We are just trying to save some money if possible, but we also don't want to live like sardines for three nights. Thanks for any tips and advice!

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