Yellowstone Park Hotel in West Yellowstone


Yellowstone Park Hotel is in close proximity to the town of West Yellowstone and just three blocks from the park’s West Entrance. The hotel puts you within striking distance of some of Yellowstone’s signature features and within walking distance to the town’s center where you can enjoy local events, restaurants, shopping and attractions.

3 Reasons to Stay at Yellowstone Park Hotel

1. A complimentary continental breakfast is served each morning. Wake up and head to breakfast without having to search in town for a breakfast spot. You’ll be able to get into the park faster without having to wait in line for restaurant service.

2. The hotel features an indoor heated swimming pool and hot tub. Take a swim or soak in the hot tub after a day of touring Yellowstone. The indoor pool means you can swim no matter the weather.

3. You’ll be situated three blocks from Yellowstone National Park’s West Entrance. Sleeping three blocks from the park means you don’t have to drive far to get into Yellowstone, including its iconic Old Faithful area. And at the end of the day, you can pull out of the entrance and into your hotel.

Attractions Nearby

Just three blocks away from the hotel sits the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. You’ll have easy access to Old Faithful and the Midway Geyser Basin from here. Downtown West Yellowstone is also a couple blocks away. The Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center is across the street.

A little farther out of town sits Hegben Lake, a gorgeous place to watch the sunset. And if you’re looking to experience a university town in the West, Bozeman, Mont., is 89 miles away.

For more information:
201 Grizzly Ave., West Yellowstone, MT 59758

Hotel Exterior. Photo: Courtesy DNC West Yellowstone Lodging
Junior Suite King Queen. Photo: Courtesy DNC West Yellowstone Lodging
Junior Suite King. Photo: Courtesy DNC West Yellowstone Lodging
Junior Suite. Photo: Courtesy DNC West Yellowstone Lodging

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