Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins
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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins Yellowstone National Park Reviews
Dec 09, 2007
The rooms have high ceilings and feel spacious although the furnishings are fairly basic (beds, nightstand, small desk with chair). The closet provides ample storage space thanks to its height. No TV or radio.
The bathroom is large. The tub is on raised feet, and there is no shower.
The map room downstairs off the lobby is beautiful. The wooden map on the wall is a masterpiece with its multiple woods (see if you can find the mistake).
A desk to make reservations and a gift shop also branch off the lobby.
While there is no restaurant in the hotel, three eating options are extremely close (the dining room is just across the parking lot, a one minute walk).
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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins Overview
Located near one of the major natural curiosities in Yellowstone National Park, the Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces where antlered elk wander on the grass, and during the fall, bugling bulls collect their harems.
NOTE: Yellowstone Park is closed to the public from March 12 and reopens on April 20.
Exterior is a modernized rustic lodge building.
A restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, is located on site as well as a bar and lounge for your convenience. Dinner menus include a variety of American dishes, as well as vegetarian choices and daily specials.
Clean rooms with a warm and welcoming atmosphere have amenities to accomodate the adventuresome, self-sufficient traveler.
Lobby is medium-sized.
80 kms to the nearest airport (cody), Centrally located.
Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins Amenities