These six humble lodge buildings have rough pine exteriors painted gray and rust. Grant Village is a great location to visit the southern half of the park, but the lodge itself is reminiscent of a big-city motel, with basic rooms offering few features beyond a bed and nightstand.
South Entrance Rd., 21 mi from south entrance, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, United States
Nov 18, 2009
By the time we booked, there were not a lot of options left in the park. Is it overpriced for what it is? yes, but you are in the national park, and it is less than some other options. The public areas of the building reminded me of my college dorm days, the room was like a standard hotel room (bathroom amenities with cute bear shaped soap, my first blow dryer of this trip) , no Tv if that is important to you. We used this as our base to explore the
lower half of the park, and the drives to Old Faithful and Canyon were not bad. If I came again, would I like to try to stay at the beautiful Old Faithful Inn? sure, but I have trouble planning that far advance or being persistent on the phone. We found Grant Village to be acceptable for our needs, as an alternative.