We were assigned a cabin when I made the reservations. What with park hotels closing, accommodations in mid-October are somewhat scarce, I guess. Expect unusually-high prices.
The room was quite large, with two queen (I think) beds. There was a table and there were a few chairs. Bathroom facilities were somewhat spartan but worked.
Here's what we learned - be aware if you make reservations at the cabins.
Nighttime is dark. Few outside lights. There is a bit of walk between main hotel and cabins. We didn't see any animals, but heard anecdotes of bears being around the week before, nearby.
Take a flashlight with you on the trip, and use it at night for the hotel-cabin walks.
Cabin rooms DO NOT - repeat - DO NOT have telephones. So one cannot just follow instructions to, say, dial 9 to reach the front desk. (Rooms in the hotel do have phones.) Cell phone coverage in cabins is spotty. (I had none, my wife had service - we do have different phones). When checking in (at the hotel, even for cabins), have hotel staff provide you with the direct dial-in number, the full ten-digit-with-area-code number. I had a heck of a time finding it and needed to do some detective work and make other calls to find it. I had trouble finding it in hotel material provided in the cabins.
We had some onging housekeeping problems but the hotel customer service people really did try to resolve them. They finally did.
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