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The Lodge itself was very nice. We were upgraded to a Superior Suite which had a refrigerator but no microwave or TV. The room was very modern and nicely furnished. We did not get any housekeeping service the entire 3 days we were there. The...More
Our room was spacious and modern. The facilities and room were well appointed and extremely clean. Staff were very helpful and accommodating. A short walk to the restaurant area was lovely but not very well marked. The location right in the center of the park...More
First, the pros:
- Great location, you can easily access the Yellowstone Grand Canyon, Artists Point and the North and South Loop, and an easy way to catch the sunrise from one of these vantage points
- Just across the road from the Lodge is...More
Spent a night here at almost the end of the season. Some of the lodges were already closed. We stayed at the Hayden lodge. Check-in was easy. We drove around to our lodge and there was plenty of parking space in the front. They have...More
The Canyon Lodge is clearly a big operation - multiple lodges/buildings, cabins, and centralized food service, general store, and other places to spend your money - like the activities office, sporting goods store, and gift shop! The rooms themselves are more than adequate and in...More
US$ 499 - US$ 553 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yellowstone National Park
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Response from AustinWhitewater | Reviewed this property |
Don't know if you are serious of not, but there are way too many human traffic in the Canyon Lodge area for bears and cougars to even come around. Count yourself lucky if you even see one at all anywhere in the park.
Its unrealistic to plan to walk. The actual canyon is not visible to any of the lodges. If theres a path through the woods it isnt obvious. Plus if youre seeing the canyon and especially the falls, there are multiple... More
Its unrealistic to plan to walk. The actual canyon is not visible to any of the lodges. If theres a path through the woods it isnt obvious. Plus if youre seeing the canyon and especially the falls, there are multiple vantage points and the best ones arent near the lodges area. Youll want to go on both sides of the canyon and youll need a car to drive to the other side.
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"top corner room (quit and you can use the stairs)"