We stayed at the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel for two nights having pre-booked via the front desk at the Snow Lodge. The dining room building is across the car park from the hotel building with no covered walkway so if the weather is inclement the prospective diner suffers! We found the staff very pleasant apart from one waiter in the morning at breakfast who was particularly dour! The breakfast was very good and tasty. We only had one dinner here due to the fact that we arrived at ten minutes past eight on our first night after a really difficult journey through horrendous weather from the Snow Lodge [ who had informed the Mammoth Hotel that we would be a late check-in] and the dining room/kitchen said we were too late to eat and yet the following evening they were taking people in after 9.00pm! We had dinner the second night courtesy of the hotel as we had complained about our accommodation. The food was quite tasty but we had been seated under an air conditioning outlet/fan so there was a slight chill and the food got cold quickly so we didn't eat it all. The menu looked good and what we ate was very good but it was overpriced but then Xanterra have a captive audience unless you want the five mile drive back to Gardiner [which we had to the first night] to eat in the town. The dining room building was erected in 1937 and has some really lovely architectural design.
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