Let me preface by saying that there are two areas of this hotel. One is the pretty new Lodge (built in 2009 after a fire destroyed the original one) and the other is some hotel rooms behind the lodge. We stayed in the Lodge and it was really great. We got the Winter rate/AAA discount so the price was $102 a night which was a steal. We had a three bed suite on the first floor. One thing I did like was that they specify on their website that they have no elevators and which floor each room is on. This is nice if you have a family member in a wheelchair like we do. We got to the hotel and the check in was very easy, the staff was friendly. Our room was very nice. The front room had a desk and chair, dresser, flat screen TV, fridge, microwave, and two queen beds. Then in the 'hallway' area there was a double sink and mirror area, leading to the back bedroom which had one queen bed and another flat screen TV. The actual bathroom was VERY small, which was the ONLY drawback of this room. However, since there were two rooms with a door that closed between them, it wasnt too hard to get dressed in privacy. One interesting thing is that there is a lot of furniture that was made out of wood from the originial lodge that burned in 2009. You can actually take a tour through the lodge and read the whole story, which I and my husband did. Pretty interesting. The front desk was helpful in directing us to a place for dinner and a grocery store. There is an indoor spa/jacuzzi area. My son and his friend tried this and were not real impressed, said the tub wasnt real hot, only luke-warm. The pool is outdoors and closed for winter while we were there. Out of the 4 hotels we stayed at this trip, this was BY FAR everyones favorite. I would love to stay here again next winter and take one of their snowmobile tours (they have a tour business also). I would also be willing to pay the higher summer rates to stay here during the 'season.'
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lodge constructed in 2009 and the Motel rooms remodeled in 2011. From the moment you approach this impressive Lodge, you will realize it is no ordinary hotel. From the massive volcanic rock, log, and beam exterior, through the dramatic lobby and reclaimed materials in the common areas — you will know you are in for a unique experience. As you open the door to your spacious and comfortable room you will be enraptured by the handmade furniture crafted with reclaimed wood from the original 1932 building.Outdoor swimming pool is open during the summer months. Be sure to stop next door and experience our famous Three Bear Restaurant for breakfast and dinner. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 3 Bear Lodge
- Three Bear Hotel West Yellowstone
- Three Bear West Yellowstone