Visit a National Treasure



Yellowstone National Park is the world’s first national park. This American treasure is a geological and wildlife experience full of flora, fauna and Old West ambience. Located in Wyoming, Yellowstone also borders small areas in Montana and Idaho. Geysers, geothermal pools, waterfalls, fumaroles, mud pots, hot springs and lakes are part of the beauty of this splendid destination.


One of the most popular choices for lodging is Old Faithful Inn, but the pine lodge chateau known for its 85-foot stone fireplace is closed for renovations and will not reopen until 2017. Fortunately, there are multiple other options for travelers.

Lake Yellowstone Hotel and Cabins, located on the lakeshore, was built in 1891 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The hotel has been expanded and renovated multiple times.

Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins, a departure point for motor coach tours, will be undergoing renovations through during the winter seasons for the next two years but will still be available for summer lodging.

The Hampton Inn West Yellowstone is another option that may appeal to families who are looking for lodging with a swimming pool.


For those seeking cabins and lodging with more amenities, you can consider the following accommodations all stil