OK, so it's a given that it's way overpriced since its in the park, but the look/feel of Cascade was much better than the other place we stayed in park, over at Unit E of Grant Village, and from what I could tell it sure looked alot nicer than the cabins at Canyon or Lake.
Location was nice, altho a little far to walk to dining etc, it's a short drive to the Village and to various Canyons spots. Room decoration felt like an outside the park western-themed lodge (like a nicer Best Western type place). Windows did open and had screens, and nice wood blinds- yay.
Unfortunately despite looking nicer than most in-park lodging, they still came up short on comfort- the mattress was weak- bouncy & cheap (altho new looking) mattress on top of a very noisy bed frame. We were on the first floor and when there were kids running around upstairs it sounded like armageddon. Addtl. minor complaint, also had to park kinda far away, esp. b/c no trailer parking some guests used up 3-4 spots a piece.
I'd stay again, b/c we wanted to visit the Canyon area on 2 different days, but I wouldn't recommend staying too long unless you are a deep sleeper with a tolerant back!
- Also Known As:
- Cascade Hotel Yellowstone National Park