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Roosevelt Lodge Cabins
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Reviewed September 1, 2012

When we booked our first ever trip to Yellowstone national park it was a year in advance and we,(2 couples -best friends, ages 46-62) we all very hyped up in the planning of it. So choosing our lodging was a pretty quick and agreeable thing with us, 2 nights OF area, 2 nights lake area, 2 nights Roosevelt area to split up the trip. When choosing the Roosevelt area, we were all gung ho about 2 nights in a rough rider cabin...."NO PROBLEM" everyone said happily!!!
As the trip grew closer, we started wondering if indeed we did the correct thing, NONE of us are campers, and SOME, who shall remain nameless, like their "COMFORTS"
It ended up being OUR VERY favorite place on the trip in the park!!!!!! The tiny cabins are adorable!!!! I know they are spartan, but you go in knowing that...and what do you really need??? The little pellet stove is great, (as long as you know what to do!!! LOL another story) The bathrooms and showers are so close, and AS CLEAN as anything I have ever seen!!! They are way better than the bathrooms you have IN your cabins at Lake !!!! I would not hesitate to stay here again, and to be as close to Lamar Valley as we were, able to go back and forth even when it was dark out because you were so close to where you were staying. We were able to be out very early and very late which let us have AMAZING wildlife sightings, 2 wolf packs soooooo close that we watched for hours!!!! Love love love Roosevelt rough riders in case you couldnt tell!!!

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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6  Thank webbsue
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Reviewed August 29, 2012

Very comfortable if spartan, log burner for heating. We enjoyed every moment. The restaurant nearby was very good and there is a well stocked friendly bar. We did not have our own ensuite toilet facilities which added to the back to nature thing. The communal facilities were spotless.

Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
2  Thank steelytim
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Reviewed August 27, 2012

We stayed 2 nights here in august so we could experience wonderful Lamar valley and hayden valley. We saw many animals, moose, wolf pack, elk, pronghorn, ect. Beautiful scenery too. Great location to go northeast exit. We drove to moose junction and saw bull moose. We enjoyed the cabin because we were so tired from miles of hiking and driving. The beds were comfortable and clean. The cabin is well, a cabin, 2 beds, a table and a wood stove for heat. I got down to high 30's- 40's so we only used the stove for a few hours. There are many centrally located showers/bathrooms so we didnt have to walk far, probably 10-25 yards at the most. Bathrooms were clean, showers were hot with good pressure. There were never more than one or two other women there at once but i didnt shower until late and we left very early each am. It has some lighting around the cabins but is typically very dark in places. I always carried a flashlight as it backs up to the woods and I didnt want to run into a bear. It only took a few minutes to walk to the lodge and general store. Nice small gift shop there and bar. Drink was only $5.00. Take it outside and sit in the rocking chairs and enjoy the mountain air. The restaurant, I thought, was good. They cant make cole slaw so skip that and they dont recommend the potato salad. The service all around was good, people very friendly. The roosevelt beans were fantastic and the bbq ribs. Its cowboy country, they know meat and beans. Lol. Bring eye drops and nasal spray as the air has been dry and dusty. I would absolutly recommend roosevelt lodge and will go again and stay longer.

Room Tip: Ask for a room close to the bathroom and close to the lodge.
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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3  Thank Dianesadventure
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Reviewed August 22, 2012

My family does not camp and this is as close to camping as we hope to get. We were fortunate to get a cabin with a bathroom. It was what I expected because I knew to set the bar low. The bathroom was very small - shower and toilet - sink in the sleeping area. It was doable for two nights for a family of four including two youngish kids. Would not work with teenagers IMO. Small desk area was nice and not sharing walls with other cabins also a plus. We drove into the park from the NE entrance so this location worked well. Also did the cookout which was outstanding. Service in the lodge was very slow despite medium crowds seemed inefficient. Free coffee in the morning in the lobby was appreciated.

Room Tip: Frontier cabins have a private bathroom.
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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4  Thank brice2
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Reviewed August 18, 2012

This hotel has a beautiful porch with gorgeous views. The cabins are basic bud I had no complaints. The location is perfect and you should travel to Lamars Valley at dusk for animal viewing. One thing that must be avoided at all costs is the wagon dinner ride. They will tell you to arrive no later than 4:45 and you will wait for over an hour and it doesn't seem to faze any of the staff that you rushed to arrive on time.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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