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Brian & Patty were very friendly and accommodating. They told us some great places to visit and eat at throughout our stay. All day they had hot tea & coffee in the office, as well as, little snacks for the road! The room we stayed...More
Brian and Patty made our stay very special. They pay close attention to detail and make sure that all your questions are answered, provide local tips and most importantly a warm welcome :) They pay close attention to every detail with tootsie rolls in the...More
As a solo traveler for a few days, I found the Alpine Motel very accessible, clean, and safe. Brian and Patty, owners who live on property, were very accomodating, always with a genuine spirit to make my stay a welcoming experience. I hope to return...More
We were visiting Yellowstone and booked Alpine for our two day stay. It is conveniently located to the park entrance and close to many local restaurants that you can walk to. The room was super clean and the bed and pillows were very comfortable. The...More
Last month, we stayed two nights here in their large unit with a full size kitchen. The owners, Patty and Brian, are VERY friendly and helpful. After a swift check-in, Brian showed us our reserved parking space and gave us a tour of the room,...More
We were just there from 9/30-10/3. The first 2 days were great - sunny and 60's, but the last two days were chilly with a cold rain. The lack of crowds is great but many of the park restrooms, visitor centers, etc close mid... More
We were just there from 9/30-10/3. The first 2 days were great - sunny and 60's, but the last two days were chilly with a cold rain. The lack of crowds is great but many of the park restrooms, visitor centers, etc close mid Sept. Also I believe many West Yellowstone businesses close for the season the second or third week of Oct.