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Yellowstone National Park
5700 Norris Canyon Rd, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190
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Staying here was expensive but worth it for being in the park. It made it easy to get to things, we had buffalo crossing the road in front of us as we left the hotel. There are lots of inexpensive dining options. The rooms are really nice, but at a price. if this is a once in a lifetime trip its worth the splurge,
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A few points before I get into the details. First, despite my lackluster rating for Canyon Lodge, I highly recommend staying in the park. Secondly, I understand there are operating and logistics challenges for a lodge operating in the middle of a large national park. Third, minimal access to wi-fi and lack of TV is understood and were not factors in the overall rating. Now, the reasons for my rating. My biggest complaint related to the restaurants. The only restaurant that had any appeal was a cafeteria that, remarkabledly, offered only four options for dinner (Chicken fried steak, rotesserie chicken, ribs and fake meat.) Breakfast options were no better. Moreover, the portions were tiny. For example, a scoop, not a bowl, of oatmeal was $4.95. There were no refills on coffee that I was aware of. On the final day, I learned they would give you more food if you asked. It got to the point that I drove to West Yellowstone to eat dinner, which is about an hour away. The room was ok. I could not change the temperature in my room. Fortunately that was not a problem because the daytime temperatures were in the 60s and the room was only a little bit warm. I suggest you stay on the top floor. I was on the first floor and whenever people walked around in the room above me, it was very loud. Also, their talking was muffled. I lucked out that there was only one night that I had somebody above me and they did not stay up late. I would not tell a prospective traveler not to stay here. Rather, I would recommend they manage their expectations. You are not going to get value when staying at Canyon Lodge. The good news is that the experience of visiting Yellowstone far surpasses any disappointment from paying extravagantly for basic food and lodgings.
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We really liked this this lodge. We found the standard king room to be spacious, quite, modern (though intentionally rustic in design), and warm during a single-digit temperature cold snap and snow storm that stranded us there for two and a half days. It's an example of the National Park System's new LEED green building certification lodges. This lodge was completed in 2016. When compared to a modern hotel outside the park it is lacking in many amenities, for example TVs in the rooms, exercise facilities, or a restaurant/bar within the lodge. But it is a national park, and in comfort and quite it is a vast improvment over the older lodges. Personally, we could care less about the missing amenities. We had to walk perhaps a quarter mile to the dining facility, which is not unusual in a national park, in sub-20 degree weather (+1F one morning), so we learned how to walk in the snow and on ice. It was great fun!
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The Lodge has a great location on the eastern side of Yellowstone. The rooms are pretty basic and more than adequate. They are pricey for a basic room. There is no TV or Wifi. Cell phone signal is spotty at best. BRING YOUR OWN FOOD. The Canyon cafiteria is the dining facility next door. The food there is horrible. The receptionist/desk personnel are very helpful and gave good sightseeing recommendations.
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The rooms are fine but as other reviewers have stated.the.store.and dining are a 25 minute walk or you can ride the shuttle. Our shuttle driver was very nice and helpful. The dining was OK but not great. I can't imagine being there in the summer it would be insane.I loved being able to go to Yellowstone Falls a couple of times because of the proximity. We got up very early and went to Lamar Valley but with the.road to Tower Falls being closed for two years this wouldn't be my choice again. Plus it's really expensive. Great water fill station though in the entry way of our lodge.
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$360 - $533 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Canyon Lodge and Cabins
Which popular attractions are close to Canyon Lodge and Cabins?
Nearby attractions include Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone (0.2 miles), Lower Yellowstone River Falls (1.2 miles), and Artist Point (1.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Canyon Lodge and Cabins?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and paid internet access.
What food & drink options are available at Canyon Lodge and Cabins?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Canyon Lodge and Cabins?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Canyon Lodge and Cabins?
Conveniently located restaurants include Canyon General Store, Canyon Fountain and Grill, and Canyon Lodge M66 Grill.
Is Canyon Lodge and Cabins accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.