Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel
Yellowstone National Park
Built in 1937 to welcome early travelers to the park, this historic hotel often has elk grazing on the grounds of what was once Fort Yellowstone. The steaming limestone terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs are just steps away. Rooms are simply decorated and comfortable with a telephone, private bath with shower or tub.
2 nightsOld Faithful Inn
Accommodations for our August departure are at the Old Faithful Inn.
A rustic structure built of native materials, the Old Faithful Inn is considered to be the largest log structure of its kind. The most striking design element of the hotel is its central atrium lobby, which features beautiful fir and walnut floors, overhanging balconies, a massive stone fireplace with eight hearths and a unique clock. The rooms are simple and vary in size. All include a private bath. And you’re just steps away from the most famous geyser in the world, with wildlife right out the door.
2 nightsOld Faithful Snow Lodge
Accommodations for our September departure are at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge.
Completed in 1999, the Snow Lodge is the newest of the park’s full service hotels, and has been recognized with the Cody Award for Western Design and Travel and Leisure’s Inn of the Month. The heavy timber construction, exterior log columns and cedar shingle roof were part of the design that is destined to make the Snow Lodge a significant example of classic “parkitecture.” The Snow Lodge also features a full-service dining room, quick service “Geyser Grill” and the charming Bear Den Gift Store.
2 nightsRustic Inn
Located on seven lush acres adjacent to the National Elk Refuge and just a few blocks from Jackson's lively town square, the Rustic Inn welcomes guests with warm Western hospitality. All rooms feature a private bath, coffee maker, hairdryer, and LCD TV.