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Enjoy luxury accommodations with the feel of the old west. The historic Rough Riders Hotel offers Medora visitors 68 new Tower guest rooms with all the modern comforts and elevator access, as well as 8 fully updated historic rooms in the heart of downtown Medora. Rough Rider guests enjoy one of the most luxurious lodging options in the area and access to multiple outdoor swimming pools.
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We've stayed at the Roughriders a couple of times. This year it was in mid October. The hotel is wonderful (we had the corner king room that teddy roosevelt stayed in. Spacious, inexpensive, quiet).
The reason it was quiet, I suppose, is that it was...More
We spent four nights during a tour that visited the three units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. While the room was large and comfortable, the bathroom had some issues. Not only did it have insufficient towel rack space (though the towels themselves were great), the...More
AAA book does not do it justice. This is luxury in a remote area. Everything you need and more. Super clean, modern, quiet, cozy, unique, fantastic food. Overall a very, very enjoyable experience. One of the best hotels we have ever stayed at. Wish they...More
During a recent visit to Theodore Roosevelt National Park, I reserved a two night stay in a historic king room.
The room is up one level from the lobby which you access by a flight of stairs - no elevator. Our room was nice and...More
I recently spent 4 nights here while hiking in the North & South Units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park as part of a small group of 9.
I found my room 106 to be a bit small and also overstuffed with furniture resulting in very...More