Opens: April 26, 2019
Closes: November 3, 2019
Mammoth Hotel Rooms Renovation Project
In our efforts to continually improve and care for the facilities we’re privileged to operate, there will be several projects in progress during the 2019 summer season. With such a short window for accomplishing this type of work, it often must be done while guests are in-house.
At Mammoth Hotel, Phase 2 of the NPS renovation project, targeting the guest room wings of the hotel, began in early September of 2018 with staging of equipment behind the hotel. The guest cabins, dining options, Map Room/lobby and gift shop will remain open through the regular summer season.
Additionally, there will be ongoing projects involving fire systems, concrete, and asphalt work in and around adjacent buildings around the Mammoth Hotel. This may require the staging of equipment outside those buildings.
Also, some interior work will be done in specific guest cabins and comfort stations.
We regret any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding.
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. In the evening, relax with a drink in the newly renovated Map Room which features a full bar and enjoy the musical delights of a live pianist or get inspired by meeting a local artist with our Inspired By Yellowstone Artist Series in the gift shop. Guests enjoy a variety of in-park accommodations as well as the chance of spotting elk grazing outside the hotel.
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These rooms are newly renovated and offer attractive furnishings with one king bed or two queen beds. They come with either a tub/shower or shower only. Furnishings include telephones, coffee makers, refrigerators, hair dryers and fans. 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.
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 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.
The 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.
Suites are newly renovated and offer attractive furnishings. These units include one private bedroom with two queen beds and a sitting room with couch, lounge chair, ottoman, wet bar, telephone and TV. There are only three suites available. Radios, and air conditioning not available.
ADA rooms are available (Call us at 307-344-7311 regarding ADA units and larger room sizes)
Complimentary wi-fi internet service is available in the Mammoth Lounge. Read more about internet and cell service in the park.