Apr 25, 2019 - Apr 26, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Yellowstone National Park spans parts of three different U.S. states - Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana - and is unofficially known as the first national park in the world. Create by a law signed by President Ulysses S. Grant, the area of the park was originally home to Native Americans dating back thousands of years.
Due to the area the park takes up in the western U.S. there are actually several different ecosystems and climates within its borders. Overall, Yellowstone is part of the South Central Rocky Mountain forest region, and its subalpine forest is the largest type of environment in the park. Visitors come to see the incredible amount of natural beauty, which includes an abundant amount of wildlife as well as many geothermal features, such as the famous Old Faithful Geyser.
There are hotels within the park itself for those who want to stay up close to the action and dozens more in the surrounding areas. From simple accommodations to award-winning family resorts, Yellowstone definitely has something for everyone.
There are many ways to experience this amazing national park and no matter whether you'll be hiking or biking or horseback riding or rafting down a river, you'll have a lot of places to choose from when it comes to where to stay and Skyscanner is here to help you select the best spot for you to stay during your visit. Check out prices, amenities, star rating, and specific hotel brands all in an easy to sort format.
The Yellowstone area has plenty of brand name hotels for you to choose from but if something locally-owned is that way you'd like to go, there are smaller properties, too. If you love boutique hotels and want to stay at a property on your romantic or family trip to the west, there are many to choose from with a wide variety of amenities. Take a look at these boutique hotels in the Yellowstone area:
There are definitely places to stay for people looking for a little luxury, or a lot, in this western U.S. destination; when choosing to travel to the Yellowstone area you will have a large selection of 4 and 5 star hotels to choose from with great locations and beautiful, picturesque views surrounding them. Here are some amazing 5-star hotels in the Yellowstone area:
National parks were made for families and there is a ton to see and do inside and outside of Yellowstone National Park. Hotels that cater to families are in abundance. There are hotels with plenty for kids to do, hotels that come with one or more meals included to help you keep your visit carefree, and available items and features like cribs and adjoining rooms. Here are some great examples of family hotels in the Yellowstone area:
Closest entrance to Yellowstone National Park from Big Sky. Snowmobile rentals. Shopping.
Every section of the park was an adventure. My favorite place was the Hot Springs up near Mammoth lodge in the northern section of the park. We took three days but could easily have taken an extra day or two
Busy rustic town catering to tourists heading to and from Yellowstone. It is has the requisite multitude of T-shirt and knicknack stores but also some decent food a nice bookstore and a new Imax and viewing center for wild animals. Only a stones throw from the West entrance to Yellowstone.
We stayed in a hotel in the town. It's a very sweet little town, located just a few miles away from Yellowstone. The town is mostly filled with hotels and tourists who are staying in the area. But it still maintains the small mid-west town's tranquility and peace. There is plenty of food options around town, including some exotic ones where you could try deer and bison meat. Also some grocery stores nearby for grabbing a few snacks for the trip.