Hotels in Yellowstone National Park

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Grant Village - Inside the Park
Grant Village - Inside the Park
51.0 Okay
24 Rainbow Loop, Lake, WY, United States
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22.5 km from city centre,  

This 3-star hotel is just five minutes from Grant Village. It is ideal for those wanting to get back to nature, with Yellowstone National Park just moments away.

$606
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Canyon Lodge & Cabins - Inside the Park
Canyon Lodge & Cabins - Inside the Park
86.0 Excellent
Canyon Village, WY, United States
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0.3 km from city centre,  

This comfortable lodge is located just a few steps from Canyon Village. It is the perfect base for those wishing to be surrounded by nature, with Yellowstone National Park just steps away.

$650
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Lake Lodge Cabins - Inside The Park
Lake Lodge Cabins - Inside The Park
85.0 Excellent
459 Lake Village Rd, Lake, WY, United States
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0.4 km from city centre,  

Situated in Yellowstone National Park, this cosy lodge is the perfect base for a scenic stay. It offers 3-star accommodation and views of the lake.

$1,125
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Hotel prices in Yellowstone National Park

2 stars or below

$264 - $1,125

Grant Village - Inside the Park

No. 1 most popular

$606
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Lake Lodge Cabins - Inside The Park

Best value

$1,125
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About Yellowstone National Park

The world-famous Yellowstone National Park is a sprawling 8,983-square-kilometer expanse that showcases varying ecosystems and fascinating wildlife in three states: Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. One of the first national parks in the world, Yellowstone National Park is known for its mesmerizing lakes, dramatic canyons, waterfalls, rivers, mountains and dense forest, all of which can be seen on hiking trails.

The volcanic hotspot at Yellowstone has created one of the national park’s most recognizable attractions, the Yellowstone Caldera, which has created numerous geysers, mud pots, and hot springs. Don’t miss seeing the famed Old Faithful geyser and the largest active geyser in the world, the Steamboat Geyser.

Considered one of America’s best megafauna wildlife habitats, Yellowstone National Park is home to timber wolves, coyotes, Canadian lynx, grizzly bears, bison, black bears and mountain goats. You can spend a night under the stars at campsites around the park, explore the thermal features on wooden and paved trails and take snowmobile tours.

Getting there

Yellowstone National Park is about five hours’ drive north of Salt Lake City, where you can fly into Salt Lake City International Airport. You can also drive there from various towns around the park, such as Bozeman, Idaho Falls, Casper and Butte. There’s ample parking within the park.

Yellowstone National Park travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Yellowstone National Park?

    Yellowstone National Park has plenty to offer. Consider staying in some of its most favoured locations, like Yellowstone National Park, Mammoth, and Canyon Village.