Nestled in a spectacular setting, Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins are just a short walk from the Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces in Yellowstone National Park. Book Online.
Where are the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins?
Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel is located at Mammoth Hot Springs on Grand Loop Road. GPS: 44.976200, -110.701633.
How can I make a reservation?
You can reserve a room by calling Yellowstone National Park Lodges: 307-344-7311 or 866-GEYSERLAND (439-7375). Or Book Online.
Tell me more about Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and Cabins
- Summer Season 2013: May 3 - October 7, 2013
- Summer Rates:
Hotel Room: $123
Hotel Room with Shared Bath: $87
Budget Cabin: $86
Budget Two Room Cabin: $172
Frontier Cabin: $130
Hot Tub Cabin: $229
- Winter Season 2012-2013: December 20th, 2012 - March 4th, 2013
- Winter Rates:
Hotel Room: $123.00
Hotel Room with Shared Bath: $87.00
Hot Tub Cabin: $217.00
- Room Types: Suites are luxurious rooms with 2 queens in a private bedroom, a sitting room, and cable TV. Rooms With/Without Bath are simple and comfortable, usually with 2 queen beds. Frontier Cabins are simple cabins with a private bathroom. Hot Tub Cabins are similar to the Frontier Cabins but come with a private 6-person hot tub. Budget Cabins are simple and rustic with a shared bathroom. Budget 2-Room Cabins are simple a rustic with a shared bathroom.
- Amenities: Dine in any one of the two restaurants, or enjoy a drink in the lounge. Note that WiFi is available for purchase in the Lounge. There is no air conditioning, TVs (other than in the suites), and radios.
- Things to Do: First stop should be Mammoth Hot Springs Terrace and your second project should be driving the Terrace Drive. Visit the Park headquarters, which radiates history and features some of the oldest buildings within park boundaries. Hiking is always a favorite here, and you’ll discover some great trails with incredible views, like Beaver Ponds Loop Trail, Bunsen Peak Trail or Osprey Falls Trail. The Albright Visitor Center and Museum is open all year, where you can browse history exhibits, watch a film and walk through the wildlife museum.