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It bothers me that I did not write a review of the Alpine Motel after last year's stay in West Yellowstone. We are back again and again are staying at the Alpine Motel.
I visit Teton/Yellowstone every year. Last year was the first time my...More
Had a nice room next to the street. It was small and a little noisy until 10PM but other than that wonderful. Clean as could be. The owners, Brian and Patsy go overboard to please. Price is right in this city where the lodgings need...More
We traveled in September to see Yellowstone and stayed here 3 days. It is a perfect location for the entrance to the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
Our room was cozy and clean and Brian made us feel so welcome and helped us with...More
We agree with all the other excellent reviews . You simply can not find a better place to stay . You may find more elegance but not better service. We stayed there for five days during our 10 day visit to Yellowstone National Park. Four...More
As with the numerous previous positive reviews I can do nothing other than agree wholeheartedly. I stayed here for 4 nights during the shutdown and Brian and Patti made me feel exceptionally welcome in their wonderful motel and gave me numerous tips for other things...More
We were just there from 9/30-10/3. The first 2 days were great - sunny and 60's, but the last two days were chilly with a cold rain. The lack of crowds is great but many of the park restrooms, visitor centers, etc close mid... More
We were just there from 9/30-10/3. The first 2 days were great - sunny and 60's, but the last two days were chilly with a cold rain. The lack of crowds is great but many of the park restrooms, visitor centers, etc close mid Sept. Also I believe many West Yellowstone businesses close for the season the second or third week of Oct.