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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins

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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Cabins
Located in the northwest corner of the park, just below the travertine terraces of the Mammoth Hot Springs, its namesake hotel (operating since 1937) has just completed the first phase of a two-part renovation that will soon see its historic hotel rooms updated, including adding en-suite bathrooms in all of the 97 rooms. The 118 basic-but-comfortable cabins are still available in the meantime; some have en-suite bathrooms (including a few that are available with an enclosed outdoor 6-person hot tub), while others require sharing a bathroom and shower facilities, but all have access to the hotel’s restaurant and grill - a good spot for a huckleberry margarita at the end of the day. In addition, all of the cabins have a small front porch that offer a perfect vantage spot for observing the elk and bison that have free roam of the grounds. The hotel and cabins are adjacent to the old Fort Yellowstone, built for the Army cavalrymen who once protected the park, and which today houses the park’s headquarters; self-guided tours are available.
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