Grant Village Hotels in Yellowstone

Located along Yellowstone Lake's West Thumb, the Grant Village hotels give you access to geysers, lake sports, and restaurants.
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Grant Village in Yellowstone

Grant Village in Yellowstone

Located along Yellowstone Lake's West Thumb, the Grant Village accommodations give you access to geysers, lake sports and restaurants. Built in 1984, it's the closest hotel development to Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone's younger sister to the south. To get to Grand Teton, exit Yellowstone through the South Entrance.

The village features six two-story buildings each containing 50 rooms. The lodging complex features a full-service restaurant with stunning lake views from the windows, a lakeside restaurant with a casual menu called Lake House Restaurant, a lounge and gift store.

Bear Lodge in Yellowstone's Grant Village, newly renovated in 2016.

Bear Lodge in Yellowstone's Grant Village, newly renovated in 2016. Photo courtesy of Xanterra

Premium lodge room in Yellowstone's Grant Village. Photo courtesy of Xanterra

Premium lodge room in Yellowstone's Grant Village. Photo courtesy of Xanterra

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