A national historic site, this rustic hotel was originally constructed entirely of logs during the winter of 1903. The original 120 rooms were expanded with the addition of the east wing in 1913, and the west wing was added in 1927. Major renovations were done from 2004 - 2008 to improve infrastructure and shore up the building's supports while also reverting some past modifications to bring the inn closer to its original design. Today it is the largest log hotel in the world, and the vast lobby incorporates large tree trunks as pillars and a stone fireplace. Accommodations range from rooms with shared bathrooms and showers nearby to suites with private bathrooms and refrigerators. Open from mid-May through mid-October.
One of the best known attractions in Yellowstone for a reason! There are predictions posted inside the inn and if you're there early enough you can sit on one of the MANY Benches to get a good view! There's a cafeteria style restaurant and restrooms as well as some gift shops. The only negative thing i can say about it.. it was by far the busiest place our entire trip.
Beautiful!! A must see if in Yellowstone!!
We arrived early in the morning and was able to hike the path to see multiple geysers before Old Faithful erupted. Loved every minute of it. Multiple stores to purchase memorabilia.
So crowded!!! But the geysers are worth the stop. Plan to spend multiple hours walking around the geysers. Everyone waits for Old Faithful to blow every hour but there are so many more interesting geysers around and you might even catch a few erupting.
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