We were traveling with a bird watching/photographic group of 15, from the UK. Stayed at Grant Village for 2 nights on the 23rd and 24th of Sep. The travel company made all the arrangements so I have no idea of the cost of the accommodation.
We stayed in block A room 223. The stairs have 14 steps. Enough if you are carrying a heavy case. A typical motel type of building, functional but lacking any character. Quite unlike the attractive rustic cabins at Coulter Bay.
The room was pleasant and comfortable. Two double beds with cotton sheets, one thick man made blanket and a bed cover. The room was at a comfortable temperature and we didn't need to alter the thermostat. Unlike the Coulter cabin, this room was fully carpeted. There was an alcove containing a built in desk with coffee/tea making machine, light, large mirror and plug sockets. There was also a stool at the correct height for using a laptop at the desk.
There was additional plug sockets in the room, ideal for charging up all our camera batteries. The British plugs fitted with a US adaptor fitted the sockets but looked in danger of falling out. As was the case with all the places we stayed. We had fortunately also taken a twin (UK) plug adaptor which already had the US 2 pins fixed into it, as well as an earth pin and this fitted fine
The bedroom also contained 2 chairs and a hairdrier. There was no fridge or TV. which didn't matter as we were hardly ever in the room. Another alcove had a clothes rail with 6 hangers.
The shower/toilet room was quite small with no carpet. The small shower cubical was adequate with Body wash, shampoo and conditioner. The shower bottom was a bit slippery and there was no fitted hand rail in the cubical, so take care if you are like me, getting on in years.
If you go to the bathroom during the night don't switch on the light as the extractor automatically comes on and make a lot of noise, which would probably wake guests in the surrounding rooms.
Overall we were happy with the room, it was clean and comfortable.
I have already reviewed the Grant dinning room in an other report. It was very busy and noisy. There is no where else to eat there, so its important to book a time to eat as soon as you can. The food and service is average. As with most US places we have stayed, there is a shortage of vegetarian meals. I had pasta which is OK, the salads are mainly lettuce with dressing. Again OK but not very exciting. Breakfast starts at 6.30am and the room gets very busy if you go in any later than 7am. Toast is ordered from the table and the service is quick if you get in early.
Overall I was pleased with the accommodation and Yellowstone is great!
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