Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins

Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins
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Address
Lake Village
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 82190
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Reviewed by David L. Scott and Kay W. Scott

Lake Hotel (also called "Lake Yellowstone Hotel") is the oldest operating lodging facility in Yellowstone, America's first national park, established in 1872 during the administration of President Ulysses Grant. Construction on the hotel commenced in 1889, more than a dozen years before completion of the first phase of the park's more famous sister lodge,

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Price Points
$151-250
Room Types
CabinHotel SuiteLodge Room
Recreation & Amenities
Fly Fishing,Freshwater Fishing,Hiking,Lake,Live Entertainment,Photography,Sightseeing,Wildlife/Nature Programs
Eco-cred
Not Available
Closest Airport

The majestic hotel sits on the shore of Yellowstone Lake and is listed on the Register of Historic Places. The serenity of Yellowstone Lake illuminates through the "Sun Room" windows, as guests daydream to the delicate sounds of a string quartet in the lobby. A casually elegant restaurant features a delightfully extravagant menu.

Hotel guestrooms capture the historic 1920's ambiance, while an adjacent annex and nearby cabins provide more basic and economical options.

Please note that all park accommodations are non-smoking and reflecting the natural surroundings of Yellowstone; televisions, radios, air conditioning, and Internet hook-ups are not available. Wheelchair accessible accommodations are available on a limited basis.

Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins are open mid-May to early October.

Expert Review of Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins

Active and Adventure Review of Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins

By Away Travel Expert : Brian Kevin
Active Expert Favorite
Active Expert Rating 4.0 out of 5
Recommended for:
Canoeing,Day Hiking,Road Biking,Sea Kayaking,Trekking and Backpacking,Walking
Active and Adventure Expert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • Several outfitters offer canoe and kayak excursions on Lake Yellowstone, leaving from Bridge Bay Marina near the Lake Village. Consult Bridge Bay staff or visit the National Park Service website for a list of outfitters.
  • The Natural Bridge Road near Bridge Bay and the abandoned roadbed behind the Lake Hotel are both popular Yellowstone bicycle routes.
  • The trail to Elephant Back Mountain one mile south of Fishing Bridge is a fun, if popular, day hike featuring a moderately challenging uphill climb and some massive vistas of Lake Yellowstone.
Just another classic lodging option in the world's greatest national park. The Lake Village is a bit of a world apart in Yellowstone, on account of the massive alpine jewel from which it takes its name. You're well-positioned to take advantage of Lake Yellowstone here, just up the road from Bridge Bay Marina and the scenic cruises, boat rentals, and paddling tours offered there. Or just enjoy the view from this colonial-style luxury hotel squatting right on the banks. The rooms themselves are

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