I always read trip advisor before traveling and it has been a great tool. Some how I missed this one. We booked one night at the Antler Lodge for our tour around Yellowstone and Beartooth Hwy. . I called several months ahead and booked two cabins. We had friend traveling with us. A week before I called ahead, as we were in a drought and heat wave at home, to inguire about air conditioning.. The man answering the phone was very short with me to the point of being rude.
We arrived that afternoon and were frightened at the sight of the place. It looked like it should have been condemed. Porches leaning, concrete porches broken and slanted. Our friend toilet was at an angle but I told them not to worry it was only two inches fron the wall so they couldn't possibly fall off. The only choice we had was to stay as every thing else in town was full. By the way there is a very nice Super 8 next door.
When my husband registered he came back to the car saying "Wow that man in there has no personality ,he is rude". It looks like they are attempting to fix the place up but they have a long way to go. Maybe in another couple of years it will be more acceptable. Let the pictures say the rest.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Antlers Lodge was built in 1913 and was the first tourist facility in Cooke City. We have a variety of accomodations to offer; older remodeled, rustic cabins for that "Montana" feel, or if that does not appeal to you, we have a new cabin and new motel rooms. Most of our cabins have kitchenettes, vary in size and will sleep from 2 to 6 people. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Antlers Lodge Cooke City Hotel Cooke City