We were there before Memorial weekend. Price was decent and the cabin area was very quiet. When checking in the man looked and me and said "If you smoke in the cabin we will charge you heavily". I didn't appreciate this being that we don't smoke. The way he said it I felt a little threatened that my credit card would get charged. There could be much better delivery on communicating this message. Also, inside of the room there was a note about not getting makeup on towels or there would be a fine. Again, i understand the owners probably lose money on people ruining towels but providing one face wipe for someone staying multiple nights isn't realistic either (thankfully i pack my own but not everyone does). No internet in cabin just in their internet room. We ran out of some of the food we brought with us and went to a local grocery store which was pretty expensive. Bed were pretty hard/uncomfortable. The hot water ran out fast.
Traveller from Illinois
Situated in West Yellowstone, this cabin is within a 10-minute walk of Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, Yellowstone IMAX …More
Stage Coach Inn is especially good as a jumping-off point for being able to go the different parts of Yellowstone each day. The desk personnel excelled in being friendly and knowledgeable about the roads and animals and restaurants. The Inn has a lot of rustic charm and the accomodations are fine. Overall very friendly and kind---you felt like you were with family.
Traveller from West Virginia
Stage Coach Inn is just outside the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, making it easy for guests to visit Old …More
I loved this place! Great location within walking distance from some great restaurants. I loved the feel of the lodge, very charming the staff were wonderful and cleanliness was great as well . I will definitely stay here again.
Conveniently located near the ski slopes, this Big Sky lodge is within 2 mi (3 km) of Big Sky Town Center, Big Sky Golf …More
We came here as most accommodation in Yellowstone National Park and nearby was full already. Most of the stay was great, loved the room, loved the comfort, the food was also good. Open air hot tub was a plus.
Staff could be a little more friendly, it was probably coldest reception we got in all of Montana/Arizona/Idaho. Well, second coldest. A bakery called Blue Moon nearby was worse. It's tough driving 5.5 hours from Salt Lake and arriving to this sort of reception.
Distance was not good, it's a solid 1 hour from the West Yellowstone entrance, and 1.5 hour from the nearest Yellowstone attraction. That's 3 hours traveling every day. We were coming back from deep in Yellowstone (Grant Village) at 8pm and had to drive in darkness with no street lamps to reach the lodge at 11pm. If you stay here you'll have to plan your schedule, especially if you have a family.
If there aren't any available accommodation nearby, this is still a solid choice.
Traveller from San Francisco
Located near the slopes, this Big Sky hotel is in the mountains, 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Warren Miller Performing Arts Center …More
Didn't actually stay here as they were overbooked, but they upgraded us to the Huntley on top of a nearby mountain and it was beautiful. They also made sure we had free breakfast passes at that hotel for the next morning. They went above & beyond and we will not hesitate to stay at Whitewater Inn in the future. Questions about rooms could not be answered honestly as we didn't stay here.
Traveller from Alberta
Located near the slopes, this Big Sky hotel is in the mountains, 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Soldiers Chapel and close to winter …More
West Entrance Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park Hotel Guide
A wide range of lodging can be found near the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The town of West Yellowstone, Montana, is close by. Head to the Museum of the Yellowstone, which depicts the area’s early days. West Yellowstone’s Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center allows visitors to learn about these animals up close and personal.