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Mammoth Hot Springs

Eenvoudige accommodatie op een prachtige locatie, in Yellowstone National Park.

Vanaf € 68,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel
  • Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Cabin
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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel
Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Cabin
Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Restaurant
Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Cabin

Over Mammoth Hot Springs

De warme bronnen liggen vlakbij, op een hoger niveau. Elanden grazen regelmatig voor de deur van wat eens Fort Yellowstone was. Televisie, radio, airconditioning is niet aanwezig, net zo min als toegang tot internet.


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Mammoth Hot Springs
Yellowstone National Park
v.a. € 68 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Eenvoudig maar netjes, telefoon, badkamer met douche of bad/douche, wastafel en toilet.


Het hotel ligt midden in het Yellowstone National Park, op loopafstand van de Mammoth Hot Springs.

Aantal kamers



  • 2 Restaurants
  • Lounge
  • Souvenirwinkel
  • Parkeergelegenheid


  • Paardrijden

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.

"Nice team"

I didn t have the pleasure to sleep in this hotel yet but next to a collision nearby, i appreciate the generosity and help of the receptionnist team. and i d like to thanks kayla for her help the rubber was efficient ;).

"Poor Experience with excessive HEAT of Room and a general lack of care factor."

This is the only time I have felt compelled to warn future traveler's and recommend NOT to stay somewhere. We checked in to our room on level 4 at 9.30pm and instantly taken back with how hot the room and in fact the whole 4th floor was. We could not turn the heater in the room off and the central heating in the hotel was oppressive. After 2 complaints to reception a maintenance man arrived at 1130pm and turned heater off. Unfortunately even with our window open all night we could not sleep. It was like sleeping in the tropics with a blanket on. We had to get up at 5am and leave the room - the bonus was we saw a good sunrise :) and the Elks outside on the grass. For night 2, we asked to be moved to a room on level 1 which was fine. No real apology from staff or management and we got the impression this was an ongoing problem for the place. We would not stay here again, much better options at Gardiner which is only 8 miles away. The bathrooms were quite small (one shower in the shared men's toilet), rubbish bins were full and empty soap dispensers.

"Frontier Cabin Was Cool!"

Backstory: Hubby (69) and myself (64) spent two nights in a Frontier Cabin at Mammoth Hot Springs. We lived just a few hours outside Yellowstone, so visit frequently enough that we now try to see/visit/experience new (to us) things. This time, we chose to stay in a Frontier Cabin. I'm not 100% sure this is accurate, but I chose to reserve a two-queen bed cabin; I THINK by doing so we had a "free standing" unit rather than a duplex-arrangement. The cabin itself is old and small, but quaint and fun. *Two queen beds, a wee-bit cramped, but again. . . these cabins were built before the time of queen-size beds! We found the beds to be very comfortable. *Private bath w/shower stall and stool. The VERY SMALL vanity, however, is located in the outer area thus making these utilities more functional. (NOTE: I didn't go into one of the other bathrooms, but be aware: some units do NOT have private baths and you must walk to a communal building to use one. Distances didn't seem long, but something to be considered if you are older, have difficulty walking or it's nasty weather! *Reminder: NO TELEVISION, TELEPHONE, COFFEE MAKER, WI-FI . . . but that's not why you're in Yellowstone, after all! *Room was equipped with a small recycling unit to make recycling items such as aluminum cans/bottles easy. *Ice bucket and four glasses in the room; ice machine available in separate building just a short walk away. *Unit had its own front porch with two chairs and a side table. Fortunately, even though we were there in early season, the weather cooperated. How can you beat sitting on your own little front porch, enjoying a glass of wine, a good book and watching the elk graze the hillside? *Parking is tight. One drive between cabins which was relatively narrow, or some parallel parking behind the unit. *BTW - they have a special program for guests staying 2+ nights; save $5.00 per night and reduce your carbon footprint by foregoing daily towel/housekeeping service. Overall, I'd recommend the cabins. BTW - we chose a cabin because hubby had recently had knee surgery; it's actually less walking from car to cabin than it would be from car to Mammoth Hotel room.

"Great lodging, limited food choices"

We stayed in a hot tub cabin and loved it. Clean and simple with care towards a light eco footprint. Don’t expect the amenities (TV, AC, fridge) of a city hotel (you don’t need them in this amazing park!). The hot tub was awesome after long hours searching for wildlife. Bedding and shower were clean. There are limited food choices (one restaurant and one diner) that aren’t the most economical. There was also a wait for a dinner table most nights. Pick up snacks and supplies before coming or plan to head into Gardiner to get some variety.

"Godd option to Stay in Park"

Best location close to hot spring,you can even see it from entrance of Hotel,bison,elk were roaming just outside of park-which was good experience,dinning room is big but can be crowded at peak time and you might have to wait for table.I got lucky so didn't have to wait more than 5 mins.you might think you are paying more price to stay in Park as compared to outside park but this will help you to avoid many hassles and save time in traveling and utlize that time in exploring the Park-The main reason for which you came to YellowStone.Staff is nice and helping.

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