Fodor's Expert Review Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins

2 Mammoth Hotel Ave., Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, USA Fodor's Choice

The rooms at this 1936 lodge are smaller and simpler than those at the park's other historic hotels, but this one is less expensive; the surrounding cabins look like tiny, genteel summer homes. The rooms can get hot in summer months, but you can open the windows to catch a breeze. Some of the rooms do not have private 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, although others are without private baths. With a spacious art deco lobby, this is one of the few lodging facilities open in winter.

PROS

  • great rates for a historic property
  • wake up to an elk bugling outside your window
  • cabins are among the park's nicest
  • cabins are among the park's nicest
  • good rates for a historic property

CONS

  • many hotel rooms and cabins lack private bathrooms
  • some hotel rooms and cabins lack private bathrooms
  • like all park lodges, no air-conditioning
  • no TVs, Wi-Fi is spotty
  • least expensive rooms lack bathrooms
  • in one of the busier parts of the park
  • Wi-Fi is spotty

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
HistoricalViews
Casual
Countryside
Local Flavor
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HOTEL INFO

Phones: 307-344–7311 | 866-439–7375

HOTEL DETAILS

216 rooms
Rate Includes: Closed mid-Oct.–mid Dec. and early Mar.–late Apr., No meals

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