A trip to Yellowstone can be one of the most memorable trips you'll ever take.  The place you choose to be your base while on your Montana vacation can make all the difference.  This isn't a post for the folks who head to the park for the whole camping experience. This one is for those who want to experience nature at it's best, all while experiencing the modern comforts when it's time to call it a day.

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The 5 Best Hotels In Yellowstone, From Best Hotel Recommendations:

#5.  Three Bear Lodge, West Yellowstone

  • Choose The Lodge, The Hotel or The Ranch
  • Heated outdoor pool, hot tub, restaurant and lounge, breakfast vouchers for guests
  • Walking distance from key sites in town
  • Blocks away from Yellowstone's west entrance

#4.  Kelly Inn, West Yellowstone

  • Pet-friendly
  • Indoor pool, WIFI, free airport transfer, complimentary breakfast
  • Walking distance from key sites in town
  • Closest hotel to the west entrance of Yellowstone

#3.  Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone Park

  • Most requested lodging facility in the park
  • On the register of National Historic Places
  • One of the largest log structures in the world
  • Wide variety of accommodations to choose from
  • Variety of dining choices

#2.  Gray Wolf Inn and Suites, West Yellowstone

  • Pet-friendly rooms
  • A family favorite
  • Flat screen TVs, WIFI, indoor pool and hot tub
  • Rooms with kitchens available
  • Across the street from the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center
  • 2 blocks from Yellowstone's west entrance

#1.  Explorer Cabins, West Yellowstone

  • Pet-friendly cabins available
  • Flat screen TVs, WIFI, community firepit
  • Cabins with kitchenettes
  • Complimentary West Yellowstone shuttle service
  • Minutes away from the west entrance of Yellowstone

Take A Look At Each Property Here Before Making Your Decision:

Top Recommended Hotels and Cabins In Yellowstone Park

Top Recommended Hotels and Cabins In Yellowstone Park

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