Avoid this hotel if at all possible. First, they lost my reservation even though I had a confirmation number from when I made the reservation over the phone. The people at the front desk acted like it was a normal occurrance because the reservations are sent to Las Vegas and back. There wasn't another king room available, so they put us in a queen room and didn't offer an extra discount for the incorrect room or extra drink tickets or anything.
The room itself was dirty and looked like the 70's had thrown up on every surface. There were spider webs all along the windows and a total of five mirrors in the room, not including the one in the bathroom. It looked like there had even been a mirror on the ceiling at one time, but the screw holes were poorly puttied. Unfortunately, my fiance and I were unable to take full advantage of mirrors at every angle (did I mention the mirror in the headboard?) because of the poor lighting in the room. I had to keep opening the blackout curtains so I could see, because there were no sheer curtains behind to still let light in and have some privacy. Windows normally have screens on them, too, but not at this hotel.
When you check in, you receive some drink tickets for wine at dinner. Do not let this sway you to eat anything at this hotel. Save yourself two hours of waiting for crappy food, get yourself a whisky or a beer at the bar, and go look at the animal mounts. The mounts and pictures were the only cool part about the hotel. Then when you've finished your drink, go up the street to Taco Johns or McDonalds and have a far better meal than at the Safari Club. We found out later from some locals that they microwave their food, which makes sense. My cheeseburger was gross, my friend's medium rare steak was a half inch of overcooked well-done greasy rubber, and my fiancés prime rib sandwich made him so sick he had to spend most of the night in the hotel room with an upset stomach. Not to mention the wait staff was unconcerned and avoided asking us how our meal was since they probably knew what we would say.
The hot tub was disappointing. Splurge the $12 and go up the street to the Star Plunge for a day pass for their pools. They have a big outdoor pool, slides, sauna, everything.
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- Also Known As:
- Days Inn Thermopolis Hotel Thermopolis
- Thermopolis Days Inn
- Holiday Inn Thermopolis
- Thermopolis Holiday Inn