This historic landmark originally opened its doors in 1918 to provide comfort to those traveling to Thermopolis to partake of the soothing, therapeutic mineral waters of the park, today we continue to comfort those who come. In 1999, the hotel's historic past was recaptured when it was renovated and reopened, hand-crafted lodge pole pine furniture graces the entire hotel, which consists of 18 standard rooms and 18 two-room suites. The second floor suites even have wood-burning fireplaces. Guests still enjoy the mineral water which is piped directly from its source to an outdoor spa on the premises. The property also has a heated, fresh-water pool which is open during the summer months. When not swimming or soaking, enjoy white water rafting, digging for bones at the largest dinosaur dig in the United States, fishing, hunting, or simply relaxing.
The Hotel is located in Hot Springs State Park, Thermopolis, Wyoming. In addition, there are two commercial water parks within easy walking distance of the hotel which have many attractions for families with children.