A warm welcome to summer and winter visitors
Estimated 2016 Dates – Opens: April 29, 2016 | Closes: October 10, 2016
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, and features its signature Map Room containing a large wooden map of the United States constructed of 15 different woods from nine countries. Guest enjoy a variety of in-park accommodations as well as the opportune chance of spotting elk grazing outside the hotel
GPS Coordinates to Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel Check-In: N 44 58.572 W 110 42.098
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Accommodations at Mammoth Hot Springs
Standard Hotel Room
Rooms with bath are simple yet comfortable rooms with a telephone, shower or tub/shower, sink and toilet. Usually two queen beds are included. Televisions, radios, and air conditioning are not available in park lodging.
Hotel Room without Bath
Rooms with shared bath are similar in décor to rooms with bath and include two queen beds. Shared bathrooms with private showers are available down the hall. Telephones and sinks in each room. Televisions, radios, and air conditioning are not available in park lodging.
Frontier cabins are simple yet comfortable cabin-style units with a shower, sink and toilet. No telephones. Typically two queen beds are included. Televisions, radios, and air conditioning are not available in park lodging.
Hot Tub Cabin
There are four hot tub cabins that are similar to Frontier Cabins, but each unit features a private 6-person hot tub within a fenced enclosure. A shower, toilet and sink are included. No telephones. The hot tub cabins each have one queen bed. Televisions, radios, and air conditioning are not available in park lodging.
The Rustic Cabins are simple cabin-style units without a private bathroom, but include a vanity sink. Shared bathrooms with private showers are located nearby. No telephones. Furnished with one queen bed. Televisions, radios, and air conditioning are not available in park lodging.
Rustic Two-Room Cabin
The Budget Two-Room Cabins are simple two-room cabin-style units without a private bathroom, with a connecting door between each room. One room contains one queen bed, the other contains two double beds. Both rooms include a vanity sink. Shared bathrooms with private showers are located nearby. Televisions, radios, and air conditioning are not available in park lodging.
Suite includes one private bedroom with two queen beds and a sitting room with couch, single trundle bed, chairs, telephone and TV. There are only two suites available. Radios, and air conditioning not available.
Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabin Rates
|Estimated 2016 Summer Dates: April 29 – October 10, 2016|
|Room Type||Estimated Summer 2016
|*Standard Hotel Room||$147|
|Hotel Room without Bath||$98|
|Rustic Cabin 1 Queen||$98|
|Rustic Two Room Cabin||$196|
|Hot Tub Cabin||$262|
*ADA rooms are available
Lodging rates are per night, for up to 2 adults and do not include tax and utility fee. Additional persons (12 years and older) are an additional $17 per night. Rates and dates are subject to change without notice. Most rooms available online allow 2 to 4 people per room. Accessible rooms are available.
Internet service is available in the Mammoth Lounge for purchase. Rates: $4.75 per hour, $11.75 per day, $24.95 for three days.
Please call our reservations office toll-free 1-866-GEYSERLAND (866-439-7375) or direct at 307-344-7311 regarding units for guests with disabilities and larger room sizes.