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All reviewsyellowstone parkoffer breakfastsmall showerbed was comfortablein townwalking distancewould definitely stay here againfridge and microwavewi fijackson holespent nightsshops and restaurantsafter a long dayice machinevisit yellowstonehot chocolatewest entrance
I stayed here for two night and was very satisfied with the accommodations. The room had a nice rustic decor and was very comfortable. Good free WiFi in the room. The rooms were very clean. The Inn has some kind of arrangement with international students...More
Stayed here for 3 nights and found it to be super clean with a very comfortable bed. The room,although not huge,had lovely rustic decor making it nice and cosy. It was in a great location and you can park right outside your room.All restaurants,shops etc...More
We stayed at the Moose Creek Inn for 6 nights. We found the bed to be comfortable and the room was always clean. The people at the desk were always nice and the coffee bar was very nice to have in the morning. The tv...More
Staff was very nice and rooms were clean. We stayed here for one night before leaving to Jackson Hole. Great room for the price and could walk to town for dinner and shops. They don’t offer breakfast but have a better than average coffee bar....More
We only stayed for one night, so not an easy place to review, the check in was smooth, helpful staff showed us the facilities, and our room, the room was good, as was the bed. If I had one issue, it was the cost, it...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.