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Good location away from all the hoopla

Hiking trails available...no room view or elevator for heavy luggage

Did not appreciate the pictorial misrepresentation of the property as to what it actually had to offer.

Cabins are very comfy and very good price for it

Poorly staffed - why? Because staff cannot afford to live there! Provide employees housing!

Our room view wasn't all that nice, but it's a great area. Disappointing that the restaurant was closed during our visit, but lack of staffing forced that.

The hotel was fine, although it was farther out than we had anticipated. That was on us though. The piece that knocked a couple of stars off their rating was that they are ill equipped to handle the amount of customers they currently have staying at their hotel. We arrived at ~3pm on our date of arrival. After radioing it in, they informed us that our room was not ready yet. They made it seem like they were talking to someone in the cabins way in the back but we later found out our room was right upstairs. We were with two small children who were tired so we wanted to get into our room ASAP. They said it should be ready any minute but it did not wind up being ready until ~4:30pm. They said they are understaffed for the amount of traffic they are receiving but it seemed like they easily could have prioritized the cleaning of our room. Given the remoteness of the hotel, there's not really anything else around. They did not even have a bar or restaurant open on premise until 5pm. The restaurant was good and Danny, the bartender there, was exceptional and friendly. They did not offer any breakfast at the hotel for free or for purchase. They recommended the Hatchet, which was ~10 minutes closer to the national parks and seemed like a better hotel, although we did not look at the rooms, only the premises. Needless to say, we will not be staying at Togwotee again.

The staff were so nice and accommodating. Especially the bartender Danny at the red fox saloon. Food was very good at the saloon. Only downside was that the ATV excursions and hot tubs were not open due to covid short staffing . Also only red saloon was open and not the grizzly restaurant due to short staffing but the lodge made the best of the situation. The entire area, not just this lodge is experiencing staffing shortages. Still a very good experience . The cabins were very comfortable.

Very clean and friendly. A little dated but overall pleasant stay.

No cell phone signal, on-site restaurant closed with no forewarning prior to arrival (next nearest option was 8 miles away), no coffee maker in the cabin, no coffee cups in the cabin (front desk said they removed them in the summer), and the fireplace is not really a fireplace (it’s a fake fireplace with an electric heater that blows warm air from the top of it and lights up in the bottom). For $250 per night, there are much better options in Jackson city.

This lodge is in the middle of the forest, with not much around. They have onsite restaurants, a gas station, general store and gift shop so that is super helpful. Food was very good at the bar and the restaurant had a great buffet breakfast in the morning. Prices were very reasonable. Very friendly service. Was only there one night but would have been fun to spend more time there- they have horse riding and cookouts for an extra cost. Only compliant was that the noise from people walking on the floor above was pretty loud- may be more disruptive if there for multiple nights. Overall, good stay. You do have to watch out for beers but the front desk warns you about that.

Check in was great as we had 8 bikers in 4 rooms that arrived at different times during the afternoon. Bre is awesome! Rooms in the main lodge have air conditioning, which is nice in the summertime. We were assigned cabins in the back, which don't have A/C. Evening was a bit warm, but cooled down overnight. The cabin was clean and spacious. Didn't use the small kitchenette, but see that this would be nice if staying a week in the winter. Dinner was rough. Too few servers and couldn't get food orders correct. One guy got sick from his burger. The bar-man was very friendly. Breakfast was much better as its a buffet. Price was a bit high for overall value, but considering it is the closest hotel to Yellowstone's south entrance, it fit our needs. From stories we heard, its more a destination for winter vacation with plenty of snow-mobiling.

Older facility, does not look like it does in the pictures, much older, no a/c except on 3rd floor lodge rooms. It’s cool at night but stuffy during the evening. Noise traffic is loud as are the adjoining rooms. Breakfast was excellent although not included in the rate. Dinner at Buffalo Valley Cafe down the road about 15 minutes was great!

Great staff and a 2 and 1/2 room log cabin, all for less than a hotel room in Yellowstone. They also offer horseback trail rides to book through them for a fee. Staff were very concerned to ensure we had a good experience.

V nice and private room. Great mountain location and great service from friendly staff.

Beautiful location. Beds were very comfortable. Room was very clean. It is an older lodge, so it is not luxurious, but the room was very nice. The food there in the bar and the restaurant was excellent. The staff was helpful and incredibly nice. Overall was a great experience

HWY 26/287 Moran WY

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Bar/lounge
  • Concierge services

Togwotee Mountain Lodge places you 21.8 mi (35.1 km) from Cunningham Cabin and 23.3 mi (37.5 km) from Grand View Point. This 88-room lodge welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


Dining

At the end of the day, the bar/lounge is a great place to grab a drink.


Rooms

All 88 rooms provide coffee makers. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

Guests of Togwotee Mountain Lodge enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a computer station. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle for a fee. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with tours/tickets and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly lodge include an arcade/game room, express check-in, and express check-out.

Room options

Standard Cabin (Pets allowed for Fee)

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Lodge room (No Pets Allowed)

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Premium Cabin, 1 Bedroom, Fireplace

2 Queen Beds | 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Togwotee Mountain Lodge

Everyone (23) Couples (6) Family (5)
5
Family

Good location away from all the hoopla

By , from Eden on Sep 25, 2021

3
Partner Couples

Hiking trails available...no room view or elevator for heavy luggage

By on Sep 12, 2021

2
Partner Couples Friends

Did not appreciate the pictorial misrepresentation of the property as to what it actually had to offer.

By on Aug 5, 2021

5
Family

Cabins are very comfy and very good price for it

By on Aug 2, 2021

3
Friends

Poorly staffed - why? Because staff cannot afford to live there! Provide employees housing!

By on Jul 18, 2021

4
Partner Couples

Our room view wasn't all that nice, but it's a great area. Disappointing that the restaurant was closed during our visit, but lack of staffing forced that.

By on Jul 18, 2021

3
Family with small children

The hotel was fine, although it was farther out than we had anticipated. That was on us though. The piece that knocked a couple of stars off their rating was that they are ill equipped to handle the amount of customers they currently have staying at their hotel. We arrived at ~3pm on our date of arrival. After radioing it in, they informed us that our room was not ready yet. They made it seem like they were talking to someone in the cabins way in the back but we later found out our room was right upstairs. We were with two small children who were tired so we wanted to get into our room ASAP. They said it should be ready any minute but it did not wind up being ready until ~4:30pm. They said they are understaffed for the amount of traffic they are receiving but it seemed like they easily could have prioritized the cleaning of our room. Given the remoteness of the hotel, there's not really anything else around. They did not even have a bar or restaurant open on premise until 5pm. The restaurant was good and Danny, the bartender there, was exceptional and friendly. They did not offer any breakfast at the hotel for free or for purchase. They recommended the Hatchet, which was ~10 minutes closer to the national parks and seemed like a better hotel, although we did not look at the rooms, only the premises. Needless to say, we will not be staying at Togwotee again.

By on Jul 2, 2021

5
Partner Couples

The staff were so nice and accommodating. Especially the bartender Danny at the red fox saloon. Food was very good at the saloon. Only downside was that the ATV excursions and hot tubs were not open due to covid short staffing . Also only red saloon was open and not the grizzly restaurant due to short staffing but the lodge made the best of the situation. The entire area, not just this lodge is experiencing staffing shortages. Still a very good experience . The cabins were very comfortable.

By on Jun 28, 2021

5
Family

Very clean and friendly. A little dated but overall pleasant stay.

By on Jun 26, 2021

2
Family

No cell phone signal, on-site restaurant closed with no forewarning prior to arrival (next nearest option was 8 miles away), no coffee maker in the cabin, no coffee cups in the cabin (front desk said they removed them in the summer), and the fireplace is not really a fireplace (it’s a fake fireplace with an electric heater that blows warm air from the top of it and lights up in the bottom). For $250 per night, there are much better options in Jackson city.

By , from Kentucky on Sep 23, 2020

Togwotee Mountain Lodge

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