Built in 1937, this lodge has a spacious art-deco lobby. Rooms are smaller and simpler than those at the park's other historic hotels, but the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel is less expensive and usually less crowded. In summer the rooms can get hot, but you can open the windows to catch a breeze. More than half the rooms do not have their own bathrooms; shared facilities are down the hall. Set amid lush lawns, the cabins are among the nicest inside the park, and some have hot tubs. This is one of the few lodging facilities open in winter.
Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, United States