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While the check-in was smooth and the clerk was friendly, once I got into my room I was VERY disappointed in the cleanliness and actually for the first time ever went and asked if they had a clean room for my kids and I. He...More
It made me feel uncomfortable pulling up to this hotel. The outside needed paint and updating and it was tucked back in an area that I would not walk around in at night. The inside hall smelled like it needed a good cleaning and the...More
This hotel seems like it has been in Red Lodge a long time but maybe under different ownership throughout its history. The room was clean and very quiet. It's a short walk from downtown and just off he Main Street. Breakfast is basic, but welcome...More
A very dated motel on the outskirts of town. The staff member was very pleasant while we checked in and the rooms were clean. It really could do with a facelift inside and out but it was adequate for one night.
Being on a road trip I always try not to exceed a 100.- $/night limit. And usually I have no regrets.
Well, Lupine Inn was a total fail - run-down, a guy at the reception desk who didn't know anything about the town, the Wifi...More
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My son and I stayed here 1 June of 2017 for the night. We we coming in from Minnesota and wanted to enter Yellowstone through Beartooth Pass--an amazing road but not for the faint-hearted. Give the competition, we got a... More
My son and I stayed here 1 June of 2017 for the night. We we coming in from Minnesota and wanted to enter Yellowstone through Beartooth Pass--an amazing road but not for the faint-hearted. Give the competition, we got a two-queen room for a reasonable price. We both found the room satisfactory. That said, it is a long way to "the park" but you would know that if you've been looking at the maps, as everything about Yellowstone is larger. I had been through the east, north, and south entrances previously. We had decided to camp at Tower Junction (opens late May), which is a great tenting campground. Yellowstone can be so overwhelming in its crowds and this campground was a nice refuge in early June. Also, the Northeast entrance goes through the high mountains of eastern Yellowstone Park and then down through the Lamar valley, in which there was a ton of wildlife (bighorn, mountain goats, bears, wolves far away, and, of course, bison. I think it is the most beautiful entrance into the park, although I do favor the Madison valley (I've now spent 14 days in Yellowstone over three trips). The summary: it's a long way in via the northeast entrance, it's beautiful and amazing, and leave plenty of time.