I can't believe this place can be associated with our National Parks. It IS a mile outside the Park entrance, but there was a sign on the office that you had to go into the Cedar Pass Lodge to check in. $15 to enter the park, but we had planned on going in anyway. All the bad things that people have said about this place are true. Stress the fact that you get a TV but don't mention you get 5 stations, none local or sports oriented. Don't stay here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Each of our 20 rooms has a magnificent view of the Badlands. You will rest well in our double queen rooms with upgraded high thread count linens/with bamboo towels (the linens use less energy to dry and are made with long bamboo fibers making them last longer than cotton towels), free WiFi, AC/Heat, cable TV, Energy Star Microwave & Mini refrigerator, Energy Star Coffee Maker with organic and shade grown coffee and complimentary breakfast in the lobby. There is an evening happy hour of local wine tasting in the lobby of the Inn for our guests. Night Skies in the Badlands are particularly dark and we encourage you to experience the FREE Ranger led tours in the amphitheater located inside the Park, less than a mile away. We are an Environmentally Friendly Inn and encourage recycling, plus we are a 100% non-smoking property and welcome pets. (There is a $10/night additional fee per pet). Children 15 years and younger stay free in same room with adult. We are the closest lodging to Badlands National Park (an easy walk from the Interior entrance) and only 9 miles from I-90 at Exit 131 and the Minute Man National Missile Monument. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Badlands Hotel Interior