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Simple, functional, unpretentious and in a great location. Passing traffic can be a problem during rush hours. Rooms are spacious and comfortable. Would recommend to vacationers who wish to visit the grand Teton Park. General store is not the best. Popular with motor cyclists.
As close to having a lodge in the park as you can get without... being in a lodge in the park. You are about 45 seconds away from the west gate. We stayed here two nights while visiting Yellowstone. Yes, the space isn't huge, but...More
We randomly chose this hotel and werent disappointed. The rooms were clean and cosy, bed was very comfy and showers were hot. parking was easy and the young gentleman on the reception desk was very efficient and friendly. One of the nicest things about this...More
The hotel wasn't a luxury hotel but was clean and walking distance to most things in town. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. They had coffee in the morning in the lobby, that was nice. No pool on the property, but we weren't...More
By no means a large room, but you're barely in it! We got a king on the 2nd floor and found it to be spotless and comfortable. Bed was great. Enjoyed the free coffee in the lobby each morning. Friendly staff. Great location - just...More
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Not sure if shuttles pick up right at Moose Creek Inn, but West Yellowstone is a very small town and it is only about 2 blocks to either of the two "main drags" (Rt. 20 and Rt. 287) so connecting with a tour shouldn't be a... More
Not sure if shuttles pick up right at Moose Creek Inn, but West Yellowstone is a very small town and it is only about 2 blocks to either of the two "main drags" (Rt. 20 and Rt. 287) so connecting with a tour shouldn't be a problem unless someone has mobility issues.