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Nothing to complain about here. This is an historical hotel very close to downtown West Yellowstone and the park entrance. The interior is rustic log cabin style. It has a great lobby with a grand staircase and several mounted examples of the local wildlife. The...More
I called to reserve 2 rooms for 2 nights and spoke with very nice people. I reserved 2 king bed standard rooms. Two days before we arrived, I called to request one of our rooms to be a handicap accessible room for my elderly parents....More
A historic past but now a well put together hotel with modern though rustic interior design reflecting the nature of the Yellowstone region. All of the hotel staff we dealt with were friendly and helpful.
We had a very comfortable stay here. Our room was spacious and well appointed. We enjoyed the decor in our room and in the lobby. We were close to the Yellowstone Park entrance and other West Yellowstone businesses. The whole place felt new. Our stay...More
I am not sure how's the decoration-culture in other hotel/motel/inn in this area, but Stage Coach Inn wowed me (kind of) with its one of the kind decoration in the lobby -> taxidermied animals.
My feelings were mixed of
~ Awww, were these animals being...More
In Yellowstone it is always hard to judge--there is so much going on along the way that you will want to stop and enjoy--Yellowstone changes minute to minute, but I would judge no more than 30 minutes out--my best advise is... More
In Yellowstone it is always hard to judge--there is so much going on along the way that you will want to stop and enjoy--Yellowstone changes minute to minute, but I would judge no more than 30 minutes out--my best advise is not to have a time limit, but let Yellowstone show its many sides to you through out the day.