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We visited the park for 4 nights the last week of June 2017. I think we were the first guests to stay in our actual room: a Standard room in the Moran Lodge (part of Canyon Lodge). The room and bathroom were small. The shower...More
My friends and I recently stayed at the Canyon Lodge for three days in August 2017. This hotel is located inside Yellowstone National Park and there are seven lodges on the property. We were housed in the Moran Lodge, which is the farthest from the...More
Our room was quite spacious and the lodge is entirely beautiful and fancy, with marble and rustic decor. I would have preferred something more casual, with easier outdoor access such as a balcony, at least. The problem is that one needs to book more than...More
Well, you pay a premium to stay in the park itself, but for the price, it was more motel than hotel. For the price, I also expected wifi to be included, but it was not. I get it that people go to the national park...More
At the beginning of October, not all lodges in the park are open anymore; we chose the Canyon Lodge because it is in the middle of the park and we really wanted to see a lot. Actually, we had "only" booked a log cabin; when...More
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.
We thought it was a beautiful walk through the trees. Depending on what time of year you are going, parking at the canyon can be a problem, so walking from the cabins is a good idea. If you want to go to the areas on the... More
We thought it was a beautiful walk through the trees. Depending on what time of year you are going, parking at the canyon can be a problem, so walking from the cabins is a good idea. If you want to go to the areas on the other side of the canyon, you will need to drive.
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"top corner room (quit and you can use the stairs)"