Originally Posted by dluvsdisney
We stayed one night at Old Faithful Inn and two at Mammoth Hot Springs. I have to say our night at Old Faithful was a rough one. The room was very small (there were 2 adults, 2 children). The radiator kept coming on throughout the night- it was very noisy, no way to turn it off, and it also made it too hot in the room. But with it being the first national park hotel ever built- in 1904, I think- it was a must to stay in. The architecture is amazing! The breakfast in the Inn was good, but the food at the adjacent restaurant was terrible. Our dinners were basically inedible.
Words can not express the beauty you will see there. It is the most unique and breath-taking place we've ever seen! ( and we've been to the Grand Canyon)
Thanks so much!!! That makes me feel a bit better as we have decided to spend our 1st night (yes, we added a night
) at Canyon Village and then our 2nd night at Grant Village (mostly due to the fact that it is on our way out of Yellowstone heading to the Grand Tetons). We do plan on going to Rosevelt Village to do a stagecoach ride, horseback trail ride at Canyon Falls and a stop at Old Faithful Village to see Old Faithfull, of course, but to also take a peak at the Inn and the Lodge. I don't anticipate Grant village to be anything but maybe a place to rest our heads and perhaps a chance to see Yellowstone lake. All in all, I think it will be an amazing experience!!!
Thanks again for your tips!!!