We stayed at this Inn near the West entrance to Yellowstone. Great little place and the staff were friendly. The property seems well managed and clean. The rooms are small but comfortable. We'd come back again if we visited Yellowstone again. Thanks Moose Creek Inn!
This cute Inn was super clean and beds were comfortable. Super close to town and walking distance from shopping and restaurants. Lobby had water refills station and coffee/tea. Excellent little place for our homebase in Yellowstone. We actually booked an extra night!!!
The bed was very comfortable. Has good location about 5 minute from the Yellowstone entrance. The staff was very friendly. Too pricey for a very small room. Doesn’t have any breakfast only coffee. I think that other hotels on the area are small and pricey but for the price $225 at least offer a breakfast.
This place was a great place to stay in a rather miserable touristy, masked up town. The staff was helpful and kind. Glad to go cause I never plan to go back! I can’t imagine what it must be like in the summertime. Yikes!
I stayed in West Yellowstone for one evening, really felt the area was touristy and preferred Gardiner where I was the night before, but was making my way south to Jackson Hole. This was a last minute find on Hotels.com, it was close enough to major restaurants without being in the middle of the commotion. It had a lovely lobby area with fireplace, with unlimited coffee and water bottle reflls, which was warm and inviting. Also at breakfast baked items were available at cost as well as specialty coffees. The check in was easy, I was placed in a motel room on the second floor, which was fine. The room was clean and comfortable. Came with fridge and microwave which. The parking was a little cramped, I had to do a few 3 point turns to get out of my spot, but I felt safe as it was off street, and could park close to my door. Was also well lit. I did drive to dinner at Wild West as opposed to walk due to it being cold, also the area seemed like you could easily go down a dark street and get lost after dark. The town seemed a little run down and felt much more commercial than I'd hoped, but I am comparing it to Gardiner where I frequently ran into Elk and deer en route to supper or breakfast, and had breathtaking views, so I it's not a dig on the hotel, just the area. If you want to be near West Yellowstone and the Geyser basin this is a great choice.…