Yellowstone Summer Lodging
With nine lodging facilities offering over 2,000 rooms, accommodations in Yellowstone National Park are plentiful for those wishing to experience the national park it its summertime glory. From the most famous lodging facility in a national park—the Old Faithful Inn—to the ol’ western rustic cabins of Roosevelt Lodge, guests will find an incredible variety of places to bunker down for the night.
Canyon Lodge & Cabins
Canyon Lodge and Cabins is a sprawling facility, featuring the most accommodations in Yellowstone with more than 500 rooms and cabins. Located on the east side of the park near the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River, Canyon Lodge is open from the beginning of June through early October. In 2016, a two-year lodging redevelopment was completed resulting in 5 new lodges and a total of 400-plus guest rooms that include 2-Bedroom Suites, Superior Lodge Rooms and Standard Lodge Rooms. The main public building that houses the restaurants and gift shop will be redesigned and reopened for the summer of 2017.
Grant Village was built in 1984 and named after Ulysses S. Grant, president when Yellowstone became the world’s first national park in 1872. Located near the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake, Grant Village features 6 two-story buildings each containing 50 rooms.
Lake Lodge Cabins
Lake Lodge Cabins features a main lodge with a large porch offering a spectacular rocking chair view of Yellowstone Lake. The main lodge is constructed of logs and is the focal point of this classic and comfortable building.
Lake Yellowstone Hotel & Cabins
The Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins first opened in 1891 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The historic Lake Yellowstone Hotel will have completed its interior renovations by late-June, 2014, restoring it to its Colonial Revival heritage.
Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins
The Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins—named after nearby springs—offers a warm welcome to summer and winter visitors. The hotel, as it stands today was built in 1936, while retaining a wing of guest rooms originally built in 1911.
Old Faithful Inn
As a national historic landmark, Old Faithful Inn is the most requested lodging facility in the park. Built in 1903-1904 with local logs and stone, the Inn is considered the largest log structure in the world.
Old Faithful Lodge Cabins
This historic cabin facility is located near Old Faithful Inn and includes a one-story main lodge built in the 1920′s featuring massive logs and stone pillars. Tremendous views of the Old Faithful Geyser can be seen from the lobby area, which houses a bakery/snack shop and cafeteria-style food court.
Old Faithful Snow Lodge & Cabins
Completed in 1999, the Snow Lodge is the newest of the park’s full service hotels, and has been recognized with the Cody Award for Western Design and Travel and Leisure’s Inn of the Month.
Roosevelt Lodge Cabins
Roosevelt Lodge Cabins, built in 1920 near Yellowstone’s Tower Falls area, is located near a campsite once used by President Theodore Roosevelt. The rustic cabins and family-style dining are a favorite of families and fisherman alike.
What You Can Expect
Yellowstone National Park is an authentic American experience, which should keep every guest and visitor deeply engaged and spending time exploring the park. With this in mind, we do not have televisions, wireless internet or radios in the rooms or cabins, but telephones are available in most hotel and lodge rooms. Cabins do not have telephones.
The daily high temperatures in Yellowstone rarely exceed the low-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Because “it’s a dry heat,” hotels and cabins do not have air conditioning; however, fans are provided. Accessible accommodations are available. Please note that all park accommodations are non-smoking.