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Location is near to Yellowstone. Good place to stay and start earl to lamar valley. Food was good at restaurant. AC didn't work. Luckily it was cold outside and we slept the entire night after opening the window. AT&T has no coverage here so a crappy wifi is the last thing you want after enjoying a phone free day in Yellowstone.
The walls are paper thin. Got to listen to neighbors snoring, have casual conversations, etc.
The location is excellent - if you're entering or exiting Yellowstone by way of the northeast entrance, Silver Butte Lodge is on your way. To be honest, due to the other reviews I read and the vibe I got, I ended up going elsewhere for food so I can't say much about the dining. One thing I noticed about their wifi is that they say "Please- No video/voice calls, downloading, or streaming". They'll tell you when you check in as well, the wifi is pretty bad.
Staff was excellent -- made us feel at home and went out of their way to make out stay enjoyable. Mars was great, as was the rest of the staff. Facility is nice, beds were very comfy, and the rooms were fine. The fireside area was wonderful. The place needs new carpet, which would make it complete.
The location was great for Yellowstone National Park, a really friendly old fashioned hotel set in the mountains. Wi-Fi was a bit hit and miss, manly confined to the lobby,other than that we had no other problem.