Yellowstone Hotels

By: Dave Text

Travelers who want to enjoy the rustic charm of Yellowstone National Park can choose from a wide selection of lodging options ranging from luxury to budget-conscious accommodations.

Yellowstone National Park is the first national park of United States. Located in the states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone National Park spans an area of 8,987 square kilometers consisting of lakes, canyons and mountain ranges. It is home to the Old Faithful Geyser, a very popular tourist attraction. With its massive size, Yellowstone National Park also houses a wide variety of wildlife including hundreds of species of birds, fish and reptiles. Since the mid-1960s, at least 2 million tourists visit the Yellowstone National Park every year.

Tourists going to Yellowstone can choose from the great lodging options available in the park. One of the popular hotels here is the Brandin Iron Inn Hotel, a family owned inn that boasts of three generations of Yellowstone hospitality. Located on Canyon Street in West Yellowstone, Montana, two blocks from park entrance, the inn has 79 upscale and spacious rooms that all have modern amenities. Each room has in-room coffee, refrigerators and data ports for guests with laptops and PDAs. Guests staying in the hotel can also enjoy its deluxe oversized Jacuzzi. Aside from lodging, Brandin Iron Inn Hotel also offers luxury snowcoach tours, snowmobile rentals, park tours, car rentals, and RV Park. It is the best place to stay for people who love to bike, hike, fly fish or snowmobile.

Another great lodging option is Travelodge Yellowstone West. It is located three blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, and offers convenient lodging for budget-conscious travelers who want to experience the joys of Yellowstone. The two-story hotel features a seasonal outdoor pool and spa tub and has 83 rooms. Each guestroom is provided with cable television, coffeemakers and complimentary local telephone calls. Other amenities include laundry facilities, fitness equipments, and RV and truck parking.

For Yellowstone explorers who want to enjoy lodging with a Western touch, the Anglers Inn is the best choice. It is located less than three blocks northwest of Jackson Hole's town square. The two-storey hotel with its modern Western architecture has 28 rooms that are tastefully decorated with hand-made lodgepole furniture, knotty pine accents, wrought-iron lamps, and Western art. The rooms include standard amenities such as refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers, hair dryers, and complimentary local calls and wireless Internet. Although the hotel lacks its own restaurant, there are several nearby restaurants that guests can enjoy. Other amenities include parking, ski shuttle and tour assistance. The hotel, however, does not allow pets.

Sitting majestically on the Shore of Yellowstone Lake, the Lake Yellowstone Hotel is Yellowstone's oldest hotel. This classic hotel, with its 1920s ambiance, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The hotel is popular for its 'Sun Room', which offers guests an elegant view of the Yellowstone Lake. Lodgings range from deluxe, presidential suites to comfortable frontier cabins. The hotel also offers a casually elegant restaurant. Other hotel features include a deli, a lobby bar, gift shop, and ATM.

Other hotels in Yellowstone are the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Days Inn West Yellowstone and Stage Coach Inn.

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