NPR Reviews Provided by
Togwotee Mountain Lodge
haywardmd from: California
Trip Type: Business
Published Date: Feb, 15, 2020 Travel Date: Feb, 1, 2020 Rating: 5
Good times, great place.
Good, knowledgeable staff. Great location and layout of lodge, cabins and snowmobile rental area. We did the winter package and it was worth it. Snowmobiling was outstanding. Bartender Brandi was great and so was our snowmobile guide Carter. Everybody else was too. Prepare for high altitude, stay hydrated! We will be back.
mauidreemn from: Missouri
Published Date: Feb, 3, 2020 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019 Rating: 4
We stayed at this lodge on our way to Yellowstone. We came from the south on 287/26 on the way to Grand Teton National Park. There isn’t much on this route so you have to keep a close eye out for the sign. The lodge/resort is nice. Cabins are well maintained and the staff is super friendly.
We arrived a bit late and the general store was closed but we were able to get a fabulous meal from the Red Fox Saloon or the Grizzly Grill (basically the same menu). We got our meal to go and ate in our cabin.
The cabins are a bit close together but we were there in August so it wasn’t really an issue. The cabins are truly cabins. They were extremely clean and well appointed. Our family consists of two adults and our three teenagers. The back bedroom had double beds. Our daughters shared one bed and my husband and I shared the other. Our son slept in the living room on the pull out sofa. The living room had a fire place which was nice.
After we checked out, we headed to Grand Teton National Park and found a pull out stop where many people were filming bears that live near the lodge. Wonderful experience.
We would definitely return to this lodge. Love the location, the staff and the cabins.
- Value: 4
- Sleep Quality: 4
- Service: 5
Published Date: Feb, 1, 2020 Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2020 Rating: 2
Great snowmobiling, not a very nice resort
Our guide was incredible. Took us places that we would not find
Cabin smelled like mold. No storage. One place to hang up gear. This was a disaster trying to find spots to hang gear to dry while not getting your feet wet all night walking in cabin. Toilet was lose about to fall over. The shower had cracks and wasn’t aligned. Dangerous burn spot on the floor by baseboard heater. The bathroom door had space that light woke me up nightly when bathroom was used. Did not bring TP daily. Kitchen was old. Stove scary smelled like the wires were catching fire. Phone to call the front was broken. NO HOT TUBS as advertised
WIFI was a DISASTER! Pay this money to have this service is inexcusable
The restaurant was way understaffed
The dinner package was sad. Website said meal which meant pick ONE THING on the menu. So an appetizer would have been your meal. DECEPTIVE! I paid over $1200 per person for the week, to only choose one thing on the menu. We had to eat in the bar nightly. Better service as the restaurant could not handle the crowds. Trim pieces were hanging off or missing entirely. The cushions you sat on were tattered and worn out. The bar stools felt the frame of the seat in your butt. The floor had a film on it that made it very slick in the restaurant area. High tops wobbled
Parking bad. No parking near cabin hard for moving gear
Unlikely to go back unless free. Riding was incredible but the resort left a bad taste in my mouth. I tried to address issues and was brushed off.
scotttimkim from: Leola, Pennsylvania
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jan, 31, 2020 Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2020 Rating: 3
Outdated but adequate
The food was delicious for dinner but the breakfast was just an overpriced buffet. They didn’t have half and half for coffee. The rooms were a bit hot and the shower was a bit cool. The staff was nice.
smk145 from: Cheyenne, Wyoming
Published Date: Jan, 28, 2020 Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2020 Rating: 1
Very Poor Experience
Several of my friends and I had planned this trip to Togwotee Mountain Lodge months ago. We were bringing our snowbikes to ride in the mountains. We asked if we could have two adjoining cabins. They assured us we could. When we arrived, our cabins were not adjoining and they would not make changes for us. The entire weekend, the cabin next to ours remained unoccupied. We asked to have the rooms put under two different names for billing purposes. They could not accommodate that. We also intended to rent one snow bike. When I called to ask about the type of rental equipment, they said they had Yeti 129's. When we arrived, they did not have Yeti 129's. They rent Timbersleds which was not the machine we had intended to rent. When I asked the employee about the Yeti, he said that whomever I talked to did not know what they were talking about. The service in the restaurant was also extremely poor. We will not stay here again. I am not sure if they are understaffed or just very unaccomodating. We were very disappointed for the amount of money we spent and for planning for so long.