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We had 3 rooms for 3 nights and Brian and Patty made us feel at home, they offered restaurant recommendations and they really know how to run this property. This motel is well decorated, all of our rooms inside were clean and comfortable. Lots of...More
First the good: Loved the people who run this place, super friendly. Motel was clean and functional. We had #12(the cabin out back) We had a TV , fridge and shower. I hate to even mention the bad, but one reason for a motel is...More
Bonnie and I had the first hand opportunity to experience Brian and Patty's wonderful hospitality! Our first visit to the Alpine Motel made our trip to Yellowstone a unique travel experience. Our room was clean, well maintained and comfortable. Brian's knowledge of the local scene...More
We were only able to reserve one night here, but the owners and accommodations were wonderful. The king room was comfortable and the bathroom appeared freshly remodeled. Hot drinks and snacks in the lobby. A prize lodging in an expensive town.
Brian and Patty are the hardest working people in West Yellowstone! Motel is small and quaint and absolutely immaculately clean. It is a short distance away from the west entrance to YNP. Brian gives awesome recommendations for places to eat around the town of West...More
We were just there from 9/30-10/3. The first 2 days were great - sunny and 60's, but the last two days were chilly with a cold rain. The lack of crowds is great but many of the park restrooms, visitor centers, etc close mid... More
We were just there from 9/30-10/3. The first 2 days were great - sunny and 60's, but the last two days were chilly with a cold rain. The lack of crowds is great but many of the park restrooms, visitor centers, etc close mid Sept. Also I believe many West Yellowstone businesses close for the season the second or third week of Oct.