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Over Old Faithful Inn
Old Faithful Inn is gebouwd aan het begin van de 20e eeuw en heeft een zeer sfeervolle uitstraling. In het interieur is veel hout verwerkt en een enorme stenen haard in de lobby zorgt voor een warme sfeer. Het hotel is bij uitstek geschikt om het Yellowstone National Park te verkennen. Old Faithful Inn ligt vlak naast Old Faithful, de beroemdste geiser van het park. Het hotel bevat kamers met zowel privé als gedeelde badkamers; aan u de keuze! In het restaurant kunt u onder de karakteristieke houten balken van het hotel genieten van diverse maaltijden.
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KamerbeschrijvingenKamer met gedeelde badkamer
Kamer beschikt over een bed en wastafel. Badkamer met douche op de gang.
Kamer beschikt over bad/douche of douche, toilet en wastafel.
Zoals West Wing, gelegen in een ander gedeelte van het hotel.
Frontside West Wing
Zoals West Wing, uitzicht op de geiser.
Dit bijzondere hotel ligt naast de bekende Old Faithful geiser. Deze geiser spuit ongeveer 20 keer per dag, een fenomeen.
- Lobby met openhaard in het Old House
- Gratis parkeergelegenheid
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 Old Faithful Inn is a one of a kind jewel that will transport you to another time. Staying in the old, original portion, of the Inn is a must do for any parks traveler. The rooms are affordable and well worth every penny. Have dinner in the main dining room, read by the fire, enjoy huckleberry ice cream on the second floor balcony while waiting for Old Faithful to put on a show. It's a magical place. I stayed for two nights in early June. I recommend splitting your Yellowstone visit between this hotel and other parts of the park because the geyser area can fully be seen and experienced in just two full days. It's enough time to soak it all in, and then move to another, less crowded area of the park. The Old Faithful Inn is so special because of its history. While here you really feel what it was like for those early, often very well-heeled park travelers. It connects you with the early history of the park. And it's an architectural amazement! The dinner in the main dining room was wonderful and the hotel itself is just fun to explore. I stayed in Room 158 which I highly recommend. It had one bed, and was right across the hall from the Tub Room. The Tub Room features two private, claw foot tubs which are perfect for soaking after a long day of hiking, and are more private than the hallway showers. These tub rooms are cleaned after each use, and really unique. My family thought it was a hoot that I came to a national park to take a bath, but it's a really one of a kind experience. The room was newly renovated with an awesome basin sink for washing up. All rooms in the main lodge require using the hallway bathrooms, but they provide robes and the bathrooms are very clean and just a short walk. Bring shower shoes. The best part of room 158? It had an Old Faithful view!! I slept with the windows open and woke each morning to an birds chirping and Old Faithful erupting in the background. And this room was not an up charge, just a lucky happenstance. I highly recommend it to enhance your visit. The Old Faithful Inn is one of the best experiences I've ever had on vacation. It must be stayed in to be believed. Book early, it fills up a year in advance, but it is worth the extra planning.
"Home in the Wild"
This is NOT a luxury estate, guys. It's purpose is to put you front row to the most famous geyser in the park. The rooms are older - as is the facility. But, the people are more than hospitable, knowledgeable, and helpful! We also stayed in the cabins behind the lodge. Despite not having an in-room restroom and shower, these were a great value. Being able to see Old Faithful on a whim was spectacular and the walk to a whole hike of geysers was a perk. We brought our own food in coolers, but there are groceries available as well as coffee shops and cafeterias.
"Historic and Rustic"
My family of three stayed in the old house with shared bath on the second level. The room was small with two queen beds and a sink. The baths were dormitory style. We ate at the hotel restaurant which had an excellent dinner buffet. In the evening we sat out on the interior balcony and played chess and listened to a cellist play. The acoustics were amazing. You can't beat the location for geyser viewing, a lot of areas to view from hotel and on the grounds. The hotel does not have internet or TV, which means you can really unplug for a while. My family and I had a wonderful time here, will visit again.
"pros outweigh the cons"
debated 4 or 5 stars and decided the combination of architecture, history, convenience to sites, and friendly staff pushed it to 5 stars. Food, lack of wifi, and the need for some renovations are areas that can be improved. But overall we had a great stay, the lodge alone is fascinating.
"Great location at a price"
We stayed in September of 2016 and were there the week prior to them closing for the season. Initially we had reservations over 3 different locations in the park. I called to inquire about a tour and after discussions they were able to keep us at old faithful for the full 5 days. The price is expensive but due to our limited time in the park we felt the tradeoff was worth it to save the drive each day. The rooms are clean, the bed was comfortable and we had a partially obstructed view of old faithful which was incredible. We took the tour of the inn and found ourselves wishing we had stayed in the old rooms that had more of a historic feel to them. We did take a full day tour through Yellowstone and booked it with the lodging. The tour helped us get our bearings and make note of the places we wanted to go back to and explore further either by car or hiking. If I had it to do over I would have split our time between 2 different areas in the park. We did spend one day going over to Roosevelt area but due to the full day never made it to Mammoth area. If we had split our time at opposite sides of the park we could have seen more. The food in the Inn seemed to be hit or miss and it is expensive. I can understand and justify the price due to the remoteness and everything having to be brought in but it is frustrating when you pay a lot and do not receive a good quality meal.
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