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Over Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins
Lake Yellowstone Hotel is een majestueus hotel, dat sprookjesachtig is gelegen, aan de oever van Lake Yellowstone. In het park zélf verblijven is de beste manier om de sfeer en de schoonheid van het park te ervaren. Als de dagbezoekers het park hebben verlaten, is de natuur 'voor u alleen'. U kunt er wandelen, paardrijden, vissen, een boottocht maken en simpelweg genieten van het schitterende uitzicht op de bergen. Lake Yellowstone is een romantisch hotel waar regelmatig live klassieke muziek ten gehore wordt gebracht. In het elegante restaurant worden uitstekende maaltijden geserveerd. Wat denkt u van wilde heilbot en zalm? De kamers in het hotel zijn in historische stijl ingericht, terwijl de nabijgelegen 'cabins' een eenvoudiger vorm van accommodatie bieden.
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Deze kamers zijn voorzien van een badkamer met douche.
Run of House Annex
Ventilator, internet, telefoon, koffiezetapparaat. Volledig ingerichte badkamer.
In Yellowstone National Park, aan Lake Yellowstone.
- Diverse excursies door het Yellowstone National Park
Het Yellowstone National Park werd in 1872 als eerste park ter wereld tot nationaal park gedoopt. De meer dan 10.000 geothermische attracties, zoals geisers en modderpoelen trekken toeristen van over de hele wereld. Het park strekt zich uit over het zuiden van Montana en het noorden van Wyoming. Het grootste gedeelte van Yellowstone National Park bestaat uit bos. Onder het Yellowstone National Park bevindt zich een vulkanische hotspot. Dergelijke hotspots komen wel meer voor, maar het is een zeldzaamheid dat ze onder een continent liggen en niet in de zee. De vulkaan onder Yellowstone geldt als één van de grootste ter wereld. Yellowstone geldt als één van de populairste nationale parken en wordt sinds de jaren zestig jaarlijks bezocht door twee miljoen toeristen.
"The ONLY Place to Stay"
Okay, it is pricey, but you're worth it. It is a marvelous facility that has just been renovated and for being 125 years old she's a grand old dame! We were here for only one night and were so thankful we could experience this wonderful location on the lake. The other two nights were at Old Faithful Inn. We wish it would have been two nights here and one at the Inn. You feel like you're a special guest in an elegant setting, and catered to. It's a bucket list item, do stay here. Oh, the bison just roam right up to the porch ... amazing.
"BEST HOTEL AND LOCATION FOR EXPLORING."
We loved this hotel. There is a grace about it, a history, a style of elegant days long past. Our room was comfortable with a lake view, the bathroom updated, we were happy. But it's not just the room itself. The generous lobby, wide corridors, remarkable staff, outstanding dining, lovely setting and ideal location make this a perfect base for exploring the park. Plus there is a business center on the gracious second floor if you don't want to pay the daily WiFi fee. With late afternoon pianist keys flooding the lobby with music as you sip your drink in comfortable chairs or at the bar there is a feeling of festivity and images of days long gone. Leslye the concierge had answers, with a smile, to any and all questions plus led a thoughtful, knowledgeable, free tour of the hotel. Even if you are uncertain about the hotel, the fact that the food is outstanding ought to be enough to make you book. Breakfast or lunch or dinner.......all terrific. The huckleberry pancakes are a must. And the restaurant staff enthusiastic and very funny! There is also a small coffee/snack shop which is a plus. We spent two nights here and then moved to the amazing Old Faithful Inn for one night. Personally, that arrangement was perfect. Using Yellowstone Lake Hotel as your base makes sense and provides the best access to the various major points of interest. Plus, staying near the southern entrance is perfect if you are coming or going to/from the Tetons and Jackson Hole. If our camera hadn't died there would be photos attached to this review. Sadly there are none.
"Not a Bargain, But Best Hotel in Yellowstone - Request Lakeside Room on Fourth Floor"
My wife and I stayed here for three enjoyable nights in early October. The hotel was not inexpensive, but it has no rival in Yellowstone given its ambience, comforts and quiet lakeshore location. We read in other reviews that the creaky ceilings were an issue for some. The solution is to stay on the fourth floor with no one above you. Paying extra to be lakeside was well worth it. The rooms and bathrooms (at least on the fourth floor) are newly remodeled and luxurious in many ways. There was some hallway noise and sounds from nearby rooms, but they were not a problem for us. On the whole, the staff was engaging and helpful. The public areas on the first floor are grand. Dining was also good. The breakfast buffet was varied and very reasonably priced. The dinner menu had many selections and a bit expensive, but was well worth it (probably the best in Yellowstone). The wait service varied somewhat, but only one unsatisfactory meal out of six so not bad. The wine list was quite good and not overpriced. Dinner reservations are recommended, but in early October not necessary.
"Luxury in Yellowstone Park!"
This is a "bucket list" hotel property well worth booking in advance . . . like a year! They just completed a $30-$40 million dollar renovation and it shows. I took my cousin for one night as he had never stayed at the property. We booked the only room available, a suite, and split the cost. It was pricey ($600 per night), but, was well worth the price! Dinner and then breakfast the next morning were outstanding! When making your room reservation, make dinner reservations at the same time or you won't eat until very late.
"An unwelcome surprise"
We booked a one night stay with an excellent rate, considering we were in the centre of Yellowstone Park. Check in was smooth and with a little difficulty, we found our cabin. It was clean and warmed up after a few minutes. HOWEVER, I took off my shoes and my feet were wet. The carpet was wet in some places and damp in others. We went to the main desk in the lodge to ask for an explanation and were told the carpets were cleaned that day (and obviously not dried out). We asked for another room and the receptionist went to speak to the manager on duty that evening. He returned to tell us that we would have to pay an additional $350+ for a different room. This we refused to do. We were then told that they would send us some blankets to put on the floor. At 8:30 pm in the middle of Yellowstone Park, where rooms are sold out weeks before, we had no choice. I do have some unique photos of blankets covering the floor of my cabin. I asked to see the duty manager the following morning and explained the situation. She basically shrugged her shoulders and said she would not do anything. I was disappointed that I left with such a bad feeling as the accommodation was ideal considering the location in the middle of Yellowstone Park. Ratings below based on a cabin with dry carpets.
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