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Located in Cooke City, Antlers Lodge has a shared lounge, garden, ski-to-door access, and free WiFi. The property features barbecue facilities, as well as a terrace. Very well maintained property with very friendly staff. Room 18 was adorable and very much appreciated the cleanliness and overall appearance. The amenities were great; very comfortable beds and space available at the vanity area making it easy for more than one person to get ready at the same time. Overall extremely happy with this place and look forward to future stays.
In Gallatan National Forest, this Cooke City, Montana motel is less than a 10 minute drive from the entrance of Yellowstone National Park. Wonderful retreat nestled in the mountains with a great location, close to Yellowstone Park, the Beartooth Highway, amazing hikes to glacial lakes, mountain streams, prime trout fishing. Staff was so friendly and helpful. Enjoyed visiting with them.
Featuring views of the Beartooth Mountain Range, Soda Butte Lodge is located in Cooke City, Montana, within 4 minutes' drive of the Northeast Entrance Station to Yellowstone National Park. Great little spot. The property is beautiful and the town is awesome! The front desk staff is very helpful and stays up late to accomodate customers.
Located in Cooke City, Silver Gate Lodging has a bar and barbecue facilities. Certain accommodations at the property have a patio with a river view. Really like that there is a bathroom with a shower off the cabins. Nice t9 have a grill and refrigerator. Very clean and cozy. It was raining when we were there, so not able to explore or use the fire pit unfortunately.
Quaint small western town with locally owned businesses. No chain restaurants. Could walk safely any where. People are extremely friendly and helpful. Loved the town. This was my second stay. Restaurants/cafes were closing for their inability to have food orders delivered so they could serve customers. Very sad during the end of the season (last 10 days of Sept). But absolutely loved the elk chili & elk burgers! ! would have loved staying there in early Sept. Perfect location to be in Lamar Valley fast. No long lines to get through the Northeast Gate. I recommend staying here to concentrate on wildlife of Yellowstone. Also close to the beautiful Beartooth Highway and Pass.
Beautiful drive in. Great views. I stayed end of season so it got cold when the sun went down. Lots of places were already closed up for the season, but it was still nice. I’m sure it’s better during season. I will definitely come to this area again and would be happy to stay at any of the several hotels I saw.
The place we stayed is in Silvergate, which has a creek that runs through it and my grandchildren enjoyed playing in the cold clear water. The one restaurant is very rustic and old with very good food.
The best reason to stay in Cooke City is that it is closer to the Park entrance. Really liked the Northeast entrance to Yellowstone Park. The elevation is high, the valleys are gorgeous and full of wildlife while the mountains/rock formations are magnificent. The South, West, East and North entrances are awesome, but I think this one is the best. Cooke City is a quaint but tourist type town.
If you are happy with spectacular mountain scenery and a small historical town, you will love Cooke City. The location gives easy access to Yellowstone National Park in the North and the Beartooth hwy and Chief Joseph Byway. It is remote but that is part of its charm and history.
Location was good - outside of Yellowstone. Room was clean, but definitely no frills! Going through outside renovations. Lobby was quaint for a 19th century flophouse! Town closed up at 8 pm and hotel did not offer breakfast or dinner despite having a dining room. Find someplace better and book ahead!!!
The Alpine is a great place to stay nestled in Cooke City which is what I picture when I think of quaint and friendly mountain hometowns. THE ROOM AND FACILITIES WERE Gorgeous made from tongue and groove pine giving it a modern log cabin feel. The amenities were very modern including built in charging stations in the nightstands and reliable WiFi in an area that we have zero cell service. If we visit Yellowstone again, the Alpine will be my top place to stay in the future.
The Silver Gate Lodging is ideally located for visiting Yellowstone - just 5 minutes from entrance. The cabins are basic but nice, clean and well fitted out - the cooker and fridge were quality items. The Silver Gate Lodging shop is very good - don't bother going to Cooke City for supplies you will be disappointed. I highly recommend the Log Cabin Cafe in Silver Gate the best menu we saw during our 24 day visit to the USA - the food was great.
The cabin was charming with nice beddings and cabin feeling. It was clean with new towels. For the very small and remote town Clark city is, this hotel is very good. I wish there was breakfast as the town offers very little. I like this cabin/ motel!
Cooke City is the Talkeetna of the Lower 48, Northern Exposure all the way. In that context, Elk Horn is perfect for a practical, one night stopover. Nice staff, clean, simple, comfy, fair value.
There is no breakfast. We booked this hotel because it had a restaurant and bar. They were both closed.
I love Cooke City and the proximity to Yellowstone.