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All reviews dining room free tour west wing huge fireplace main lobby log structure amazing building private bath old faithful beautiful architecture beautiful hotel lobby area snow lodge gift shop general store viewing area geyser basin
This historic inn is massive and beautiful! Wish we could have see one of the hotel rooms. Loved walking around the lobby and the upper levels, and watching people. The balcony viewing area is nice! Missed having a drink or an ice cream treat!
The Lodge itself was full but we managed to reserve one of the Lodge's cabins at old faithful. The cabin was very small, they were divided into 4 guest accommodations with paper thin walls. Each did have their own bathroom, but the sink was outside...More
If you are going to Yellowstone - stay in the park if you can. You will save so much driving time and get to see so much more. The OFI is wonderful. A historical place and absolutely beautiful. Remember there is no AC or TV's...More
My husband and I fell in love with the wooden architectural details of this 1903 building. We did not stay in the Inn overnight, therefore did not see the individual rooms, but the open "atrium" area was incredible.
Yes it is expensive for what it is and the room you get but wow what an amazing hotel to stay in. Easy access to the geyser and can go out 8n evening and get a great view of the stars. Room itself was basic...More
This is an Historic Inn and as such when they renovated certain compromises had to be made. I get that. That did a good job of keeping with the historic appearance of the Inn but whoever laid out the rooms in the West Wing had...More
We stopped there on our visit to Old Faithful and was very impressed. The restaurants offered great variety of food and open hospitality excellent. We didn't stay there but enjoyed the building and its amenities very much. It would be a great place to stay...More
Only took about an hour for our host to whisk us through the mammoth structure, inside and out, but every minute was as revelation even though we thought we knew the place. Made our stay memorable in another way.. Free, and offered several times each...More
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I did see some bicycles on the roads...Yellowstone consists of mountain road loops, you can drive parts of the loops if you want (lower loop; upper loop; grand loop), which descend & ascend with some straight parts. If you... More
I did see some bicycles on the roads...Yellowstone consists of mountain road loops, you can drive parts of the loops if you want (lower loop; upper loop; grand loop), which descend & ascend with some straight parts. If you want to see everything, the car would be the best and safest way to go. Contact Old Faithful for wise advice. We did the grand loop, started early. It takes all day, glad we did it, but the roads can be challenging.
Old Faithful was always a great ending spot, a lot to see & eat & do there. Gets crowded. Starting early you don't have as much crowds and better parking at the various vistas. Saw the Yellow bus tours which take people to places rather than driving yourself. Have a great trip, so much to see & enjoy!