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Beartooth Inn of Cody
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Reviewed July 26, 2010

On a positive note, this hotel was visually pleasing when we drove up. As mentioned in another review, the use of a GPS takes you on a wild goose chase (in a city of Cowboys!). On the 'river side' aspect of the hotel there is a nice view of the river and just outside of the property a striking 'Blue Star Memorial' park that honors the fallen soldiers from Wyoming in the wars of the 20th Century. It was beautiful. We happened to be there at sunset.

Upstairs rooms require carrying baggage as described on their web page: no elevator. The jacuzzi was glassed in and next to the lobby. Various pieces of exercise equipment were located in the area. The sauna was nearby and nice, a bathroom, and a shower.

Beds were nice, but were supported by somewhat rickety metal bed frames. A true positive aspect to this room was that the curtains kept out a majority of the light. All in all better than average.

The areas that should be considered: I'm not exactly sure what the message is when there is a single smoking room in an entire hotel of rooms, but this smoking room at the end of the hall produced enough air that it came under my door at night. Solved well enough by a towel at the base of the door, but my lungs complained in the hall.

Breakfast room was on the small side and average fare for a continental breakfast.

When we arrived the desk clerk was cranky because her computer crashed. The guy that came on for the next shift created an awkward scene by arguing with her in public. When I reported that the toilet ran all night due to a leaky flapper I received a weird look. Service got a two star rating for this.

The price took a ding from me because I felt that the room was slightly overpriced and lacked the attention to detail in making me feel comfortable. Fixable.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 7, 2010

We stayed here based on trip advisor reviews and we were very happy with the hotel. It is cute, clean, friendly staff, comfortable beds and nice breakfast. It has a hot tub and two exercise bikes but we were to tired to use them. It is only a few minutes outside of town so if you are planning on going to the Buffalo Bill Museum it is just a short ride. I thought the town of Cody would be cute like Jackson Hole or Deadwood but it just looks like a regular small town; not Western looking like the others. The Veterans Memorial outside of the hotel is very nice and worth taking the time to visit.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed October 9, 2009

After considerable research on Cody lodging options, we made reservations for 2 nights in mid-September, 2009, at the Beartooth Inn. My wife and I rented a mini suite and our traveling companions had a deluxe king. Both units were very roomy, clean and comfortable and were an excellent value for a town where lodging can be a little pricey.

People at the front desk were very helpful and friendly. The breakfast was standard fair, but adequate. The Inn is located on the outskirts of town next to the airport, but it was a short drive to the downtown area and the Buffalo Bill Historical Center (highly recommend if you can spare at least a half day or more).

This was probably the best lodging value we had on our 2 week trip to the Dakotas, Wyoming & Montana. We would highly recommend the Beartooth Inn to anyone.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 7, 2009

I know that some of the reviewers stated it was too far out of town but we came at it from the east and almost missed it. It is really on the very east end of town. It is a lovely hotel, the room was large and very clean. The staff was very friendly. The Wyoming War Memorial is right in the front yard. Breakfast was fine. The bed was firm. We liked the fact that it was on the outskirts since it was Saturday night and a motorcycle rally was in town. I am sure we had a quieter evening than some of the people in town.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 3, 2009

Very nice hotel. A little pricey, but that can be expected due to its proximity to Yellowstone. The Wyoming veteran's memorial was on the other side of the parking lot. They were still buildin the WWII and Korean memorial while we were there. It was very nice and worth stopping at if you're driving through Cody.

The only negative was that it was next to an industrial area. The view to the north is a storage area for old trucks, construction equipment, and other junk.

  • Stayed: August 2009, traveled with family
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