Room was generally as advertised, however it had the following faults that really detracted from the overall experience.
1) The light bulbs were no more than 40 watts. With the lights on, I couldn't see into my suitcase. It was too dim to read by. I actually went to the hardware store and bought bulbs.
2) The second bedroom only had sheer curtains so when you actually wanted it dark it was too light to sleep.
3) The living room TV did not work.
4) The bedroom pillows were awful.
5) The bath towels were small and really worn out.
The above problems could all be fixed in about 15 minutes with an investment of about $50, which made it all the more annoying that management has never saw fit to make them.
Traveller from Walnut Creek, CA
Located in North Entrance Yellowstone, this condo is within a 10-minute walk of Parks' Fly Shop and Roosevelt Arch …More
Decent place to spend a night. Last minute decision to stay in Gardiner, one of the only places left with a room on a holiday weekend. Room had a nice balcony overlooking the Yellowstone River. Not much flat space in the bathroom, but the bathroom tissue was soft. Lots of light switches that didn't seem to go to anything. No breakfast options. Wouldn't want to spend a week there but it was serviceable for one night.
Traveller from Michigan
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For the price you can't beat it anywhere around Yellowstone with the fun thinks they have like the campfire and smore's and free beer and wine at night and free grab and go continental breakfast. It was good to meet some new people also
Located in North Entrance Yellowstone, this tentalow is within 6 mi (10 km) of Parks' Fly Shop, Roosevelt Arch, and …More
Pocket Guide: Gardiner North Entrance Yellowstone Hotels
Close to the Montana towns of Gardiner, Livingston, and Bozeman, Yellowstone’s North Entrance is the first official entrance to this national park. It offers quick and easy access to the historic Roosevelt Arch, as well as to Paradise Valley and the Yellowstone River.