Old Faithful Inn
Yellowstone National Park, WY
A national historic landmark built from 1903-1904 of local logs and stone, Old Faithful Inn is considered the largest log structure in the world. Its distinctive architectural details include shingled siding and gabled windows tucked under steep eaves. The grand, multi-story lobby features a towering stone fireplace, open balconies trimmed with rustic log poles, Native American rugs, and a handcrafted clock made of copper, wood and wrought iron. Guest rooms exude Old West ambience, some with log walls and porcelain soaking tubs, others more contemporary in character. Rooms have one or two queen beds and private en suite bathrooms. In keeping with the historic nature of the inn, rooms do not have television, radio or air conditioning.