Ratings based on 59 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Getting therePosted Aug 25, 2014
I do wish the promotional materials for this place used "Colter Bay" rather than "Colter Bay Village." It is a group of cabins, i.e. a "village", on Colter Bay. The road signs are only for "Colter Bay." I'm sure everything is clear for those who live and work there, but were not for this traveler. The cabin was fine.
by A verified traveler from phoenix
Posted Aug 25, 2014
Cons: grounds left a lot to be desired bathroom tiles were coming up
not much to do because of rain. no tv, no internet and no cell coverage.
by A verified traveler
Pretty location but no heat, restaurant was disappPosted Jun 20, 2014
Pros: Cabins had great historical value
Cons: Heater was very inadequate
I would only recommend it as a mid summer stay. Cabins were vwery rustic and were but on site from other historic venues.
for Everyoneby Margaret from Brisbane Australia
Great cabins near the lakePosted Jun 19, 2014
Pros: The cabins were clean and spacious and beds comfortable
Location: The lake was great and hiking was very enjoyable
Very pleasant stay in Colter Bay. We were very close to dining and the lake Hired a boat on the lake the staff were very friendly and were very friendly. It was our first time staying in cabins and it will not be our last. Can recommend this facility to couples or families.
for Everyoneby Mad hikers from Denver, CO
sunsetPosted Jun 9, 2014
Location: Beautiful area to view the clouds rolling in at sunrise.
Great place to stay to enjoy the great outdoors. Nice cabin, small bathroom with a shower. Great for the purpose of a good nights sleep and going outside to see the beautiful area.
for Familiesby Pris from central Missouri
Rustic, historic log cabins set among the pines.Posted Jun 7, 2014
Cons: Have light bulbs on site so replacements could be handled on the spot.
The idea sounded great: a log cabin in the woods. I did not realize how much I depend on comfort. Yes, we did have indoor plumbing--1960's basic. Our first night there was their first night of the summer season. The wall heater was not up to warming the place. The second night was better as the heater began to dry the moisture laden air. If I were 40 years younger with kids I would think it was a great adventure. The location was good with a marina, store, nice gift shop, restaurant and gas station plus a Tetons Nat'l park office and museum nearby.
for Everyoneby Erica from Minnesota
Great location, Good price, rustic cabinsPosted Jun 1, 2014
Pros: Amazing location on the lake, with mountain view. Good restaurant in walking distance.
Cons: New beds/bedding.
Location: The cabins are right in the Tetons! You can hike and take boat rides or rent a canoe/kayak on site.
We stayed in a log cabin that was originally built in 1922. Overall, the experience was fine, but it definitely has that "old" feeling - including a musty smell. The bedding appears old as well. The sheets had some small stains on them. I don't believe the rooms have AC, but we did not need that in the spring. Does have a small heating unit that worked well. I would recommend staying here for the amazing location, but not for the quality of the cabins.
for Getaway With Friendsby Hirel from Dallas
Great for a Quiet VacationPosted May 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
The cabin was clean and comfortable. Location is perfect within Teton National Park with Activity center, marinas and Store nearby. Only flaw I can think of is the marble flooring which tends to get cold in winters. We had to wear socks all the time. Restaurant was way expensive (ordered a Pasta entree which was $20 and totally blah... recommend their Salad bar)
Beautiful locationPosted May 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
We stayed there for 3 nights. Excellent service. People at the front desk were very helpful and professional. Loved the location. Rooms are rustic, clean and very close to nature. I highly recommend this place!
for Everyoneby Chad from Wyoming
Cabin at Colter BayPosted May 27, 2014
Pros: the location and charming cabins are perfect!
Cons: See above - we were there on their 3rd day open so that could've been the issue. Store & restaurant hours were limited and extended hours would help
Location: Hiking, kayak, canoe, animal watching, limitless activities!
I LOVE the location and the quaint cabins, they're charming and the setting is postcard perfect. We got checked in later (around 9:30 p.m.). In the morning when we were starting to get ready, we discovered that there was no hot water. I found the maintenance crew and let them know. They said they'd fix it and even stopped a little later to let me know the problem was reported the engineering staff and would be taken care of. We got back late after a day in Yellowstone and found that the hot water hadn't been fixed, even though I had reported it more than 12 hours before. I went to the lobby to see about having it fixed or moving (not my first choice). The staff were friendly but having computer issues. They indicated we could move that night but would have to move back the following day. That was unacceptable. After getting moved and settled in, another family tried opening the door, indicating they were assigned that room. We explained that we had to move and we're given the room. In the morning, house-keeping stopped by very early, saying they had us down as having checked out. We weren't ready yet so asked them to come back, which they didn't so our room wasn't made up while we were there. Not the end of the world, but just a hassle