Lake Yellowstone Hotel is the oldest surviving hotel in Yellowstone National park and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The hotel is mentioned in the June 30,1894 issue of The Journal of the American Medical Association, “On this boat we took passage to the northern end of the lake near its outlet into the Yellowstone River. We here found a good hotel, the Lake House, where we stopped for the third night of our tour through the Park.”
An 1887 report to the Secretary of the Interior says, “The Lake House has one wing completed, and this is all that is need until the tide of travel sets more in that direction. It is one of the pleasantest, best kept hotels in the Park, and deserves more patronage than it has yet received. I regard it as the most desirable place in the Park for a prolonged stay.”
Gallery: Around the Lower Loop, September 15, 2007
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