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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.
"Sit in a rocking chair amongst the columns and look at the lake."
We stayed here for four nights and used it as a base for exploring the Park. The lodges are very comfortable and warm but have no TV or internet, the beds were made every day and the room cleaned. We ate in the cafeteria every breakfast and evening meal bar one when we decided to eat in the Hotel which was fantastic. The food in the cafeteria was excellent and the plates were enormous, I always had a small plate which was ample. This is the place to stey as the scenery is spectacular with sunsets and rises over the Lake and it is almost in the middle of the Park so a good base.
"Unexpected for in the Middle of Nowhere"
Yellowstone is situated in a gorgeous, remote location. Never did I expect a luxury hotel to stand among it in the middle of nowhere. We accessed Yellowstone through the Cody, WY East entrance. The drive in was phenomenal and we didn't even get to the entrance gate yet! The Yellowstone Lake Hotel is not too far a ride from the East entrance. It is a great base to do all of your Yellowstone wanderings. I found it to be accessible to many of the different popular attractions. The Lake resort area is made up of a couple of different lodging facilities, each with decent dining options and is situated right in front of a lake. The hotel has a very elegant feel. The entrance is framed with beautiful columns. The room was immaculate and stunning. The bed was comfortable and the bath was very luxurious. We had a room on the first floor and although it was facing the parking lot, the view was still stunning with trees lining the background. Dining options include a formal restaurant, a cafe/takeaway counter, and vending machines. It was an excellent stay and I would love to stay here again if we can afford it. Our stay costed a pretty penny.
We stayed at this hotel for 1 night on Sept 15, 2016. We were in room #135, which had a queen bed with bathroom, located on the ground floor. Parking was an issue, both during the day and overnight. As advised on the website, the room had no TV, no air-conditioning, no wi-fi and no fridge. There however was a fan in the cupboard, ice bucket and â€œadjustableâ€ central heating. There were enough power outlets to charge our devices overnight. Noise from other guests was an issue. You could hear people stomping around in the room above and outside hallway all night. When we booked the room over the phone 7 months in advance, we were recommended to make a reservation for the hotel restaurant. As we had no idea what weâ€™d be doing or even when we would arrive, we declined. That evening the restaurant was fully booked and there was no chance of even being on a waiting list. Therefore, try to make a restaurant reservation if you want to eat somewhere decent. There is very little choice of alternative food outlets. The hotel restaurant was open for breakfast from 6:30am but if you were taking an early morning tour (like we were) then this is not an option. The hotel Deli seemed to keep very odd hours. We heard many guests being upset over this. The room guest information folder listed the Deli hours but it was only open once that we saw â€“ and then the queue was out the door! Having said all this, the hotel is set in an ideal location right by the Lake.
"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.
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