Best Western Plus Plaza Hotel,  Thermopolis

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116 E Park Street, 82443-2440, Thermopolis, United States - Ver el mapa
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El BEST WESTERN PLUS Plaza Hotel es un hotel situado en la histórica Thermopolis, Wyoming, que ofrece unas impolutas habitaciones y una fantástica ubicación en el Parque Estatal Hot Springs, junto al río Big Horn y a poca distancia del Museo de los Dinosaurios de Wyoming y el cañón Wind River. El hotel está inscrito en el Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos y está totalmente renovado. Este hotel de Thermopolis, Wyoming, está situado a poca distancia de las atracciones del Parque Estatal Hot Springs, entre las que se incluyen el puente colgante Swinging Bridge, la State Bath House, Rainbow Terraces y la zona de pasto de los búfalos. Aquellos que visiten este hotel BEST WESTERN de Wyoming, podrán explorar asimismo la zona para conocer atracciones como el cañón Wind River, el lago y la presa Boysen y los petroglifos de Legend Rock. Muchos de los visitantes de este hotel de Thermopolis disfrutan asimismo de actividades de natación, golf, bolos, equitación, piragüismo de aguas rápidas y caza. Los huéspedes podrán relajarse asimismo en los baños termales y minerales o en uno de los seis restaurantes situados en un radio de 3 kilómetros de este hotel de Thermopolis, Wyoming. Este hotel de Thermopolis,Wyoming, está situado asimismo a poca distancia de la autopista que conduce al Parque Nacional de Yellowstone, situado a solamente unas horas de distancia. Las amplias habitaciones de este hotel de Thermopolis ofrecen una gran variedad de comodidades propias del hogar, entre las que se incluyen televisión por cable vía satélite con HBO® y canales en alta definición, acceso a Internet de alta velocidad, cafetera y mucho más. Disfrute de un magnífico descanso en nuestras cómodas camas por la noche y comience el día con un desayuno completo de lujocon cereales, pan, yogur, bollos dulces, huevos revueltos, rosquillas, fruta fresca, café, jugos y leche. Relájese y desconecte tras un duro día de trabajo o visitas a lugares de interés en la piscina climatizada al aire libre de temporada y la bañera de aguas minerales abierta durante todo el año de este hotel de Thermopolis, Wyoming. Este hotel de Thermopolis ofrece asimismo a los huéspedes una gran variedad de fantásticos servicios, entre los que se incluyen actividades infantiles, un centro de negocios en el hotel e instalaciones fuera del hotel, servicios de congresos y estacionamiento gratuito. Si desea disfrutar de un acogedor servicio y una económica estancia, realice su reserva en el BEST WESTERN PLUS Plaza Hotel hoy mismo. Disfrute de su estancia en nuestro hotel.

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Best Western Plus Plaza Hotel,Thermopolis
  • 5
    « Awesome rooms and great fireplace. »

    This hotel is in an old building that used to be apartments. We had rooms that were made up of a living room and bedroom with fireplace. The rooms were very clean, bathrooms clean. There was a refrigerator and coffee maker. There was a hot tub fed by the hot mineral springs, the outdoor pool was closed when we were there. The only knock on the room was that the beds are very firm. Awesome people working there, very friendly and easy with a conversation.

    « A very nice place. »

    I'd highly recommend this hotel as the place to stay while in Thermopolis. It's quiet, super clean with an out door public hot tub, that's open 24/7, fed from the hot springs. (It was AMAZING after a long drive. ) Everyone on the staff was friendly and helpful. We would happily stay here again. The only oddity about the rooms is they don't have tubs, only showers. The only other heads up I would give, that I didn't notice in any other reviews, is about the sulfur smell. If you have a serious aversion to the smell of rotten eggs, I'd suggest staying somewhere different. The hotel is built in a small U shape around the court yard which has the hot tub, since it's heated by the hot springs, there is always a heavy sulfur smell as soon as you step out of your room (not at all in the rooms though!).

    « Great staff and CLEAN! »

    We had spent almost 13 hours in the truck when we finally made it to the hotel. The staff was friendly and got us checked in quickly. They also let us know about the fun amenities (mineral pool and fresh banana bread). The rooms were clean and aesthetically pleasing.We will stay there when passing through again.

    « Just a perfect get away spot from the usaual hotel. »

    Older building with great décor of the early year in Thermopolis. Beautiful rooms with comfortable beds and nice furnishings. Staff is anxious to help and has always been polite and helpful. It has its own hot spring spa and is walking distance to the larger hot spring spas.

    « Nice Place to stay »

    Hotel is neat and clean and very close to hot springs. Great staff but you definitely have to pay a heftier price for the room considering the location. Has great pool and hot tub. The breakfast is about average for this type of lodging. I would like to see the price of the stay come down a little bit. I have stayed in much nicer rooms for less money.

    « We travel though Thermop often and this is always where we stay »

    ALWAYS friendly - ALWAYS clean - ALWAYS accommodating - ALWAYS a good experience. Whether we are in town for a conference here or driving through for pleasure, this hotel is our choice every single time. My husband travels through often enough they know his first name. The beds are comfortable. The hotel is not upscale, but we don't care, because the hospitality is more important to us. Little tid-bit: The hotel we stayed in last night, at a different town, had closed its lobby until 6AM. I am a very early riser and had to sit in the hallway so I would not wake my husband in our room. This morning, I entered the lobby of this hotel and it was not only open, but they already had hot water and tea bags out so I could compute and have hot tea. Little things like that matter.

    « Best night sleep ever! Good Breakfast too! »

    the hotel is nice - the beds comfy. Shower - plenty of pressure, room spacious. The hot tub was nice, really hot. the front desk person told us we would have the best night sleep after soaking in the tub and he was right. The breakfast options were great. Homemade quiche, plenty of fruits, yogurt and waffles - everyone in our picky party found something to eat. We love how close it was to the park and we just walked to site see.

    « Great Place to Stay with Great Staff »

    I would highly recommend this hotel. The staff are efficient, helpful and very friendly. The hotels is beautifully decorated and very comfortable. Breakfast is hot and a great variety of foods to eat. They even have quiche!

    « Friendly place »

    Stayed here for one night when we were unable to get into Yellowstone National Park due to road closures. Room was very comfortable and clean. Breakfast selection in the morning was quite good. Hot tub (heated by natural spring water) was amazing and quite a gathering point for guests in the evening. Very friendly and accommodating staff. After I left my coat at a nearby restaurant they are taking care of getting it and sending it back to me. That's extraordinary service that I really appreciate and recognize. Kudos and thanks to the staff for helping me out.

    « great stay and soak »

    This is a great place to go for soaking. I appreciated the pure mineral water. I hope to get back again soon. The staff was very helpful in finding a dinner place. The breakfast had a bit more choices than the usual BW.

  • 5
    « great front desk personnel »

    we have staid in this hotel 10/19/2016 one night, we have rented two rooms, rooms are really specious and modern, everything is clean. the best part was a front desk lady, she really understood our needs and manage everything great. 5 stars for the service

    « Great surprise in Thermopolis! »

    I was pleasantly surprised when we pulled up to the BWP after days of driving. Harley, the front office representative, was very helpful and spent time acquainting me with the local area and pointing out the places that I was interested in visiting. It's also in a convenient location as the Star Plunge Mineral Hot Springs was just behind the hotel and a great place to take the family.

    « Another great stay at the BWP Plaza Hotel! »

    I love staying here when in town. The staff is always friendly and helpful. The rooms are spacious, very clean, and comfortable. The complimentary breakfast is a plus. Parking is easy and it is great to be staying in the park. Highly recommend!

    « Thermal Springs Treat »

    What a pleasure to stay at this hotel at the end of a long day of driving across Wyoming from South Dakota. It is like a European boutique hotel rather than a typical chain. Room was large, comfortable, and very nicely decorated. The hot tub spa was wonderful, being fed from the thermal springs. Much nicer than using the public areas. Inviting lobby with a fireplace, yummy breakfast selection even quiche. We would stay again if driving through this quaint little town.

    « Historical hotel »

    Probably one of the nicest Best Western's I have stayed. We stayed in a King suite the first night. Very large room. Comfortable bed. Nice towels. Very updated bathroom with large shower. Two tv's, microwave and refrigerator. It was downstairs. Very good free breakfast, on real plates. 2nd night we had a queen room with a soaking tub. Very nice, but upstairs, no refrigerator or microwave. Still a very nice room. Employees were all very friendly.

    « Great location and very clean »

    After a long drive we received a lovely welcome from the receptionist. He was very friendly and helped with all our questions. The room was small but clean, well equipped and we had a great nights sleep. We were able to wander to the thermal spa in the morning which was great.

    « Hotel does not stand behind their confirmations, were to stay in October, did not stay. »

    On September 3 we made a phone reservation with a front desk person. We asked for 2 rooms with 2 guests. He quoted us an $89.00 rate. When I was printing the confirmations getting ready for our trip, I noticed they had only wrote down 1 guest. I called the hotel to be sure they had us down for 2 guests. They advised that the new rate would now be $132.12. Really, a difference of over $42.00 for an extra guest? Even the national customer care call center states there is no difference between 1 and 2 guests. On their website reservation there is not a difference. They would not honor our $89.00 rate even though it was the front desk person that made the mistake. Thank goodness all Best Westerns are not like this, the Burnsville, MN location has always been very accommodating every time we have stayed with them. We have cancelled our reservation and will be staying elsewhere. Very disappointing, incredibly bad customer service. We were using a military discount too, way to treat your veterans!

    « Two Great Nights! »

    I just spent 2 nights at this hotel and thoroughly enjoyed it. Dana at the front desk was wonderful as was the room I stayed in. It had a king bed with a large bathroom. It also had a separate living room with a fridge and microwave. The place was very quiet and I slept like a baby! Also, they have a hot mineral bath with water coming out directly from the hot springs. The temperature of the water was between 101 and 103 degrees the entire time I was there. It was very relaxing and I really enjoyed a soak at the end of each day.

    « Excellent location for this historic hotel »

    This is a great hotel right in the state park next to walking, exploring and hot tubing. A fair price, good internet, free parking, and a fantastic breakfast. This place is quiet and has wonderful service. Love it.

    « Loved this hotel and mineral spring fed hot tub! »

    Our room was clean and beds were comfortable. Loved that there was a separate room with a fireplace as I always wake up earlier than the hubby and usually freeze while waiting for him to wake up. The staff were helpful and recommended and excellent restaurant. The best part about it was the mineral spring fed hot tub!

  • 5
    « excellent for visiting Thermopolis »

    perfectly placed for a visit to Thermopolis - we were passing through for 1 night and this hotel was great - right in the park itself. Good for exploring trails to the river and hot springs as well as visiting the pools and historic town centre. Comfortable room, friendly staff, nothing to fault.

    « Very clean and Inviting »

    This hotel is very comfortable and clean.Rooms are decorated nicely with log furniture and pleasant decor. Always look forward to our stay here. Breakfast is great and you can soak in the onsite mineral pool, without going to the ones off site. Beds are comfy and linens are always clean. Great place. Parking is a little tricky if you get in later at night because the lot is rather small. Usually see deer on the lawn by the river.


    We stay here at least 4/5 times a year when we pass thru Thermop. Always try to get a suite, but avoid room 109 because the floor above squeaks incessantly. The outside mineral "hot pool" was noticeably cool, so the staff came out to adjust it upwards. We also pointed out that it looked like it could use a good cleaning, and the next morning as we were leaving, the pool was drained and they were doing just that. Breakfast is the best inclusive breakfast I experience in my travels. The staff there makes HOMEMADE quiche for the guests. The rest is standard fare, but the people are genuinely friendly. Write me if you have any questions.

    « Would be a perfect 10 except for the squeaky floor board over room 209 »

    This place I rate a perfect ten every time except this time. We stayed in this room before and I don't remember the startling floor sound which woke me up at 5:45 and then again around 6:30! I thought the floor was going to come crashing in to our bedroom! Mind You I was dead asleep at this time and we had a wonderful suite to watch the football game on a Monday night. BTW the cushions need to be replaced on the couch Management should sit in them to see hat I mean. Good to sit and tie your shoes but not to sit for more than that time. I'm only 5 7 and my husband I 6 foot tall but the backs are not tall enough and the width of the cushions do not cover where your legs rest on the couch supports! Bathrooms are well appointed and the curtains allow you I to sleep longer and feel like it's still dark out so we could get a great nights sleep. THE Breakfasts are amazing and they have ALSO added Quiche. HOMEMADE!!!!! WOW! Delicious! Definitely will stop back to stay again. Some people think it is too expensive but with the closeness to the free baths, healthy breakfasts 2 different newspapers , fresh homemade cookies and drinks in the evening it makes it all worth it!

    « A Quaint Hotel »

    Our room was recently renovated and was a nice large corner room on the second floor with several windows overlooking the park and pool. The bed was very comfortable, the cable TV worked and the bathroom was very updated with large towels and a rain shower. The breakfast was very good and staff were very courteous and pleasant. Best of all, the price was very reasonable. If you can't walk stairs, there is no elevator.

    « Best hotel in thermop! »

    I lived in thermop for about 7 months or so last year, but when i went back it was the first time i needed a hotel room. Great to be in the park- you can float the river and then come out right by the hotel! The breakfast was one of the best ones i have seen- hot quiches, and all the usual breakfast necessities. The mineral springs fed hot tub is open 24/7, definitely a plus! The lady at the front was so helpful! A little pricey, but i think it is worth it!

    « Best place to stay in Thermop »

    This is the fourth time I've stayed at the BW Plaza Hotel and each stay has been pleasant. Needless to say, I do love the rooms. They are nicely appointed with log style furniture, beautiful bed linens, clean, well taken care of and spacious. Daniel, the manager runs a top notch BW establishment and makes sure ones stay is comfortable. This is an older historic hotel. There is no elevator to the second floor, so if you have issues with climbing a flight of stairs, ask for a first floor room. I like being on the second floor and don't have an issue with this, so I always book a king corner room when I stay. The beds are comfy and the linens are attractive and nicely laundered. The furniture is rustic style and in good repair, clean, and quite attractive. Beautiful framed prints decorate the walls. The curtains are ecofriendly and in summer help block heat, in winter help block cold. The carpets are cleaned regularly and you can walk barefoot without worry. The tv has lots of stations and is up to date as well as internet and wifi service (it worked well for me since this was a business trip. I sleep with windows open instead of using the ac and it was cool at night so this worked well for me. The shower is large and really pretty neat. HUGE shower head. Nice bath towels, large and fluffy. I love the banity in this place. It has unique sink bowls and rustic spigots that look like old water pumps. COOKIES in the afternoon and night...all I would need is some milk. The staff from the desk staff like Dan, Harley, and the rest of the crew are great as well as the grounds crew and the cleaning crew. They all make you feel welcome and like a valued guest. Breakfast is great. You don't need to go out and find anywhere else to enjoy breakfast. The scrambled eggs with onions and peppers is tasty, you can make yourself a waffle which I didn't but the people who did were enjoying them, apple and orange juice, a nice selection of different kinds of yogurt as well as fresh strawberries, granola, cereals for the kid in you, coffee, tea, fresh fruit, muffins, bagels, breads. The lobby is comfortable, a great place to sit and relax, look at artwork, read the paper. The couches are western style and comfy. The pool and hot springs spa are clean, well maintained and filled with water from the hot springs. The spa (like a hot tub) is clean, has a lift for those whose abilities are limited and is usually about 104 degrees though it can heat up a little more. Do you want to visit Thermop and want a great place to stay> Look no further. Service, cleanliness, great property, great rooms. Good for the biz traveler or families or just anybody for that matter.

    « Wonderful Location »

    This hotel has a wonderful location, actually IN the state park! We had a room on the first floor right near the pool which was a bit noisy until the pool closed at 10pm but turned on the fan in the bathroom and that drowned it out. The room did smell a bit like sulfur in the morning but I think the whole area does. :) My kids loved the pool and the chocolate chip cookes in the lobby. The breakfast was wonderful!! There are two large playgrounds within walking distance of this hotel as well as the hot springs. A very relaxing area. We stayed in 7 hotels during our cross country trip and my kids proclaimed this one 'the best!'

    « You won't regret it! »

    While it's a little pricey for me, this is a great hotel! It was around $189. We stayed one night with our kids. The room was amazing! It had an amazing bathroom with beautiful fixtures and a squeaky clean walk in shower. I also enjoyed the bath and body works toiletry items that were provided. The room was well furnished with a comfortable bed and the separate room had a pull out sofa which my kids slept on. There was a large flat screen tv in each room. We didn't use the pool but it looked very nice. Delicious hot breakfast the next morning! Stay here! You won't regret it!

    « Not what I was hoping for and certainly not value for money »

    This was a place I was looking forward to staying at, as on a pretty fast trip around Montana and Wyoming it was the only place with a pool. We had just one night and were intending chilling for the afternoon and having a little swim after a hot dusty trip to get there. We arrived at lunchtime but were told pretty rudely that we were too early to check in so we sat on the grass outside for an hour or so and were finally allowed into our room at 3. Checking in was a bizzare experience itself as it took for ever and required documention with our address on which we have never had to do before as usually passport suffices. The desk clerk used my driving licence and as I was born in Nigeria but am a Londoner I had the craziest address on the original invoice which had Nigeria, my address in London and then completely curiously Poland at the end. Surely, everyone who is not a remote tribesman knows where London is!!! By the time we had done all of this and got to our room and sorted ourselves out it was nearly 4 by the time we got to the very small pool - it looked bigger in the photos. We then had a nice 20 minutes in the sun and I was just ready for a cooling dip when someone came and tested the pool and then closed it. 40 minutes later it was still closed and I had had enough so left. The next morning I thought I would have an early morning dip but yes it was closed again! I mentioned this as I was leaving to a different desk clerk and he was pretty indifferent. One other annoying thing was a tapping sound all night from the bathroom pipes but again it was a bit of a shrug. In the room you are asked to let them know if things weren't right and so I dutifully did but then they didn't really care so not sure why I bothered. The room was clean the grounds were nice and the breakfast was pretty reasonable for one of these more convenience style places but this was very expensive for what it was and when I compare it with the fantastic value I had in the B&Bs we stayed in with their wonderful service and food then there is no comparison

  • 5
    « I'd stay again! »

    Loved the location of the hotel! Beautiful park setting and walking distance to the mineral hot springs. The hotel has been refurbished and is very nice. They may want to consider adding insulation if they can as we had a first floor room and could hear our neighbors talking and walking above us, every step! I would request a 2nd floor room next time because of this.

    « Best hotel of our entire trip »

    While travelling through Wyoming and South Dakota, this Best Western was the best stay we had. Great staff, great little extra's like homemade quiche and warm chocolate chip cookies. The hot spring spa was a nice surprise and saved us having to spend money on the commercial hot spring spa experience. You could see the pride everyone had in making everyone comfortable.

    « Noise »

    I have stayed at this hotel on several occasions and have always had a great experience until last week. Our room was located next to the mechanical room for the pool. When the pool closed at 10 pm the MANAGER of the hotel had the pool equipment running, buzzers going off and on and he slammed the door every time he entered and exited. Finally after about 45 minutes of constant noise and door slamming I went into the hallway and asked him if he knew people were trying to sleep! He said he was almost finished. And when he was finished he slammed the door extra hard!! Very rude, unprofessional and disrespectful of his guests.

    « Great Homey Place »

    Love this place. It is a very old building that was renovated. Showers are fabulousness we really enjoyed the hot springs hot tub. Cute rooms! Free breakfast and the hotel is surrounded by a beautiful park. It is difficult to see the sign for Best Western.

    « overnight to visit dinosaur museum »

    got to the town late after dark. Took me awhile to find the hotel. But once there, everything was great. Checkin fast, but no elevators. Pool closed at 10pm, I wanted to go and sit in the hot tub, but attendant said pool is closed. Breakfest was very good

    « Great hotel, stay here »

    This hotel is clean and staff is friendly and helpful. GREAT location for hot springs. They have a spa hot springs at the hotel. Breakfast is good and cookies in evening-homemade and delish! No stairs so beware of bringing too much stuff but everything was real cute including light fixtures.

    « Love This Place »

    We've stayed here numerous times while traveling on our Harley through Wyoming. Always a clean, comfortable property. Contrary to another reviewer, our WIFI was excellent. Breakfast and Staff are excellent. We had one disappointment this trip. When we arrived the pool was closed but we were told it should be open in an hour. Five hours later...still closed due to chlorine issue. After riding 500+ miles on a motorcycle, it's a pleasure to take a dip in the pool and soak in the hot springs hot tub. But we went without this trip. We'll hope for the best next trip.

    « Great place to stay »

    We spent two nights at this hotel. It is located in the state park but within walking distance of all three hot springs. The rooms were very nice and have been updated in the last few years. They have very up to date bathroom and light fixtures. I especially liked the lamps. They were very unique. The lady working in the breakfast area was exceptionally friendly. She made three or four hot egg bakes every morning. The rooms were very clean. It also had a pool and a hot mineral spa (hot tub). Across the street was a nice restaurant and another hotel that offered massages with a hot soak in a mineral tub. It is a place I would spend time at again. Well worth our trip.

    « Harley group »

    Hotel is awesome, clean and rooms gorgeous. Love the hot springs pool. Cont. breakfast was the best I've had!!! And who doesn't love warm chocolate chip cookies served thru out day!!!! Have stayed several times at this location and will definitely stay again during out travel to Thermopolis!!!

    « Very nice property »

    Overall we really enjoyed our stay. The staff is very good and responsive. The breakfast is very good and the staff there is excellent. Biggest complaint is the wifi system is terrible - I finally set up a hot spot with my iPhone and paid the data charges.

  • 5
    « Great Place to Stay »

    Love this place, have stayed here several times. Great service, clean rooms. Really like the breakfast they offer. The hotel is located in the park...just step out the door and walk along the river or to the park.

    « Friendly and great »

    This is so nice of a hotel, best ever! Friendly, clean and breakfast is great! décor is Wyoming and parking is good and safe, in a small community and worlds largest hot springs. Updated bathrooms and sanitized remotes.

    « Really nice hotel - unexpected! »

    We were quite surprised with how nice this hotel was on the inside! Really top notch for a small town! We loved the big bed with 6 pillows! Within walking distance to the public hot springs. They also have their own hot springs fed hot tub - the best! Our only complaint was that you have to get the pool towels at the front desk and there was no one there when we wanted our towels. We waited quite a while and then finally gave up. Really great breakfast, better than most.

    « Superb Retreat »

    After a week's journey into Wyoming backcountry, the Best Western Plus Plaza Hotel in Thermopolis was a great spot to rest and recover. The accommodations were clean and comfortable. The real attraction was the mineral spring, just the thing after a week of backpacking. The staff was very helpful, available to answer questions about the hotel and the local area. The complimentary breakfast was more than adequate to start the day. Don't miss the boardwalk and suspension bridge in the adjoining State Park. We look forward to a return visit.

    « highly recommend »

    we are traveling cross country again and staying in a variety of hotels from three to five star, depending on availability. This one thus far is at the top of the list. pretty, historic building, very well maintained. knowledgeable, extremely friendly staff, very comfortable rooms, (awesome bed and great AC!) beautiful views of the park the hot tub is filled with the Mineral Springs. Very nice relaxing pool area, and a great homemade breakfast. Could not possibly ask for more for the price. if we come back to Thermopolis, definitely staying here!

    « Great Place to Stay »

    The Plaza Hotel in Thermopolis is a small, well-maintained, friendly hotel - rooms are western themed - hotel is quiet and located in a state park right next to a river. Beautiful location and a great breakfast is included during your stay. This is the only hotel I stay in when I come to Thermopolis!

    « wonderful stay »

    chose this hotel based on tripadvisor reviews overnight on cross country motorcycle trip hotel and rooms beautiful reese at front desk couldn't have been more accommodating enjoyed adjacent town park and natural hot mineral spring

    « Outstanding Hotel in a Park-like Setting »

    We chose this hotel because we needed a stopping point on our way to Yellowstone. What a beautiful, pleasant surprise. The hotel itself is a converted apartment building in the city park that features a hot spring. The units are roomy and the entrances are somewhat more private. Four or five unit entrances are clustered in suites around the building. The architecture is charming, and the pool and hot tub are mineral spring-fed. The whole experience was relaxing and totally enjoyable. The staff was helpful, friendly and efficient. The breakfast which was included was filled with variety and of excellent quality. This place was easily one of our favorites on our 16 day road trip.

    « Amazing Suite! no elevator, great hot tub »

    Loved my suite in this hotel! Lots of room and nicely decorated. Slight odor when entering. Hot tub is fed from the hot springs and is open 24/7! Loved that! Pool is regular pool water and has limited hours. Kids were sad about this, never got to use the pool. There is NO elevator in this building as it is a historic building. We were on the 2nd floor with lots of luggage. The cute tiny lady at the desk offered to take it up for us, no way my husband would allow that. The suitcases were heavy! Walking distance to hot springs and super close to Wyoming Dinosaur center! We were there for the active dinosaur dig! Which was amazing! The town shuts down VERY early! Keep this in mind if you are night people like us. Breakfast was good. Liked the egg frittata. They had cheerios, which made my daughter happy. Over at 9:30 though when most hotels go to 10AM.

    « Private mineral springs »

    Wonderful 1930s brick building on the corner of the state park. Great setting to walk the park and go to the large hot springs pools The hotel has a small natural mineral hot spring (105 degrees) and a nice size regular pool that's only 5 feet deep so fine for family's. Rooms are very clean and spacious. With a nice breakfast. The staff is wonderful , friendly and super helpful. Setting is special and in demand so make sure to book ahead if your traveling in the summer season.

  • 4
    « Historic building »

    This hotel is located in a historic building, built for people visiting the hot springs in the early 1900's. Best Western runs the renovated property, which has both a fresh water pool and a mineral hot spring pool. It was a pleasant place to spend a night before our dinosaur dig at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center, though being in an older building, it was noisy- you could hear people in the stairwells and above you. Clean, with a spacious bathroom and decent included hot breakfast.

    « Why I use the Thermopolis Bestwestern »

    The staff of any hotel / motel is the heart of the facility. All of the times that I have stayed at the Thermopolis Best Western has been great. The staff are outstanding in the services that they provide. There is nothing like feeling you are part of their family while away from ours. Thank you all for a job well done! See you next trip.

    « Vacation »

    We were in town to bring our daughter to see dinosaurs. Even though we had a portable air conditioner unit in the room for our stay because the air conditioner was broken, the room was in good shape. I did find a few coffee beans on the floor next to the desk, this was the only problem I could see with the room or hotel not being clean. The service a personnel were very informative and helpful. The hot springs hot tub was fun. I would definitely stay here again.

    « The cleanest place that I have ever stayed. »

    Great people,the room was great and very quaint! The location is awesome, right i the middle of the park. Everything is within walking distance. The hot spring fed hot pool was very relaxing and it is very quiet! Go there!

    « Great, No-Nonsense Place to Stay »

    Stayed three days in Thermopolis for the Dinosaur Center. Hotel is near everything--the Dinosaur Center, the Hot Springs, and downtown, all walking distance. Solid breakfast in the morning; fresh cookies in the lobby; and a hot tub that is filled with water from the natural hot springs, next to their clean, cool pool! Room clean, service pleasant and helpful (we arrived early, an hour before check in, and they looked for and found an available room). Very happy with this hotel.

    « Best place to stay in Thermopolis »

    Clean, comfortable, and spacious room with nice amenities. Would have preferred a king sized bed instead of a queen, and an in-room refridgerator would have been a nice convenience, but the room size would only allow so much. Out of the 4 hotels we stayed in on our 9 day trip, this was easily the best. Be sure to get up in time for the hot breakfast (9:00 weekdays, 9:30 weekends) and bring a swimsuit for the hot spring-fed hot tub that's open 24/7. My wife is originally from Thermopolis and insisted that we stay at this particular hotel; I can see why.

    « Best Hotel, Best Vacation Town »

    Pristine small town with lovely state park and hot springs?this hotel is next to the park and is a beautiful, historic facility. The pool and hot tub at the hotel was great but the park facilities were even better. Wish we had more days here. Don't miss the Dairyland Drive-in just down the road.

    « Wow! »

    Very impressed with this hotel, right inside Hot Springs State Park. The room is absolutely gorgeous very clean and quaint inside. They even have the remote in a special bag that says Fresh Remote how cool is that. Before we checked in because it was too early we went to the hot springs which is free, but you can only stay in for 20 mins. This is our first time here just love it would definitely come again.

    « Lovely overnight stay- Great pool »

    We stayed here for one night on our way back from Yellowstone and Cody to Denver. This hotel has beautifully appointed rooms. Ours had 5 Windows and a double aspect. It was nice and quiet. Breakfast was included and was plentiful. The outside pool is great and well kept with loungers and plentiful towels. We would recommend this hotel .

    « Great Place with Great Staff »

    We absolutely loved our stay here! We checked in after spending almost 10 hours on the road, and Dana at the front desk was amazing! She took time to explain the hotel policies, amenities and their express check out. Since we had not eaten much since breakfast, we asked if there was anywhere we could go to grab a bite to eat. Dana suggested we try Stones Throw up the hill in Thermopolis. She said it was casual (jeans and tees),moderately priced and within a few minutes drive. Stones Throw did not disappoint, this was the best meal we had during our trip. Dana also checked in with us when we returned to the hotel to see what we thought about her recommendation, which was very thoughtful. The room was a smaller room but perfect for our one night stay. Nicely decorated with a very comfortable bed and pillows. The room was clean and well maintained. The bathroom was lovely with Bath and Body Works shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and soaps. Only one con and that was the air conditioner. It sounded like there was a loud dripping noise when it kicked off but didn't last more than a few minutes and would not deter us from staying there again.

  • 5
    « An absolute gem of a hotel. »

    A long time since I have stayed in one of their hotels so this one was a great choice. It is a "plus" hotel in their range and I see why. The room is a good size with the shower cabinet and WC separate from the wash hand basins. The furniture is all made from natural wood. The beds too are made this way and the overall impression is very Scandinavian. Not all rooms have refrigerators. The breakfast is included in the room rate which means I normally go out. The reviews were so good we decided to try it - absolutely first class. The home made quiche were to die for. Excellent fresh orange juice and everything was freshly prepared. Sitting within walking distance of the hot springs, and feeding the hotel pool, this a great hotel and fantastic location.

    « Anniversary 2 nites »

    Excellent experience and exceeded expectations. The room was very clean and spacious. Updated furniture with a living/kitchenette area was especially nice. Pool and hot tub were enhanced with landscaping and flowers. Full breakfast selections every morning were served....even quiche! Staff was exception.

    « Great place! »

    Very clean, very friendly and helpful, breakfast included, pool and hot tub. The hot tub is fed from the same thermal springs as the paid establishments in the area. Nice to have a more quiet option right outside your door.

    « Good stay »

    We were upgraded to a suite without asking so got off to a good start.The room was spacious & comfortable but rather dark. Air con worked well & was quiet, another plus point. Breakfast was the normal fayre & plentiful. Breakfast room a bit cramped. No guest laundry but one in town so not a major problem ( we were on a 3 week road trip so laundry was necessary! I would recommend this hotel - we enjoyed our stay very much.

    « Great Hotel! »

    Great Hotel with friendly staff. Great location. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was outstanding. Nice to see everyone taking pride in their work. I would highly recommend staying here. If I ever get back to Thermopolis I'll be sure to stay here again.

    « Spotlessly Clean »

    This hotel was the cleanest hotel I have ever stayed in. One afternoon I even noticed housekeeping dusting the outside railings--no kidding. Refreshing establishment and nostalgic. Breakfast was served on real dishes with real silverware. The breakfast cook makes a delicious fresh quiche, which was served on real dishes with real silverware. What a treat it was not to have paper plates and plastic utensils. Location in the park was lovely.

    « A Step Back In Time.... »

    This historical location was charming with our own mineral springs to enjoy. The rooms were unique and beautiful, comfortable and cozy. A two story facility with no elevator, the stairway was handy and the room were sectioned off in "wings", with the porch facing the pool area. Lots of seating and rockers! We enjoyed the company of friends late into the evening, again with the solitude of the wing of the hotel, we practically had our own private space. The breakfast was fabulous. Everything you could ask for including quiche, and later, afternoon/evening homemade cookies ! The folks at the desk were helpful and the grounds beautiful at the foot of the State Park. LOVED IT!

    « Favorite Best Western! »

    We've stayed in a lot of Best Westerns and this one is now my favorite! It is a small property, which in my mind adds to its charm. The hotel itself was quaint and beautiful, we loved the relaxed atmosphere in the rooms and around hotel, the breakfast was super good and of course, the hot springs tub was spectacular. We loved everything and hope to be back!

    « Nice, historic hotel »

    Small property right in hot springs park. Stayed in a king suite--two separate rooms with TV's in both. Kids enjoyed having own TV. Pool and hot tub had mineral water with distinct sulfur smell. Continental breakfast was good. Walked from hotel through the hot springs park. Walking distance to Star Plunge and also to free bath houses.

    « You must stay here! »

    Upon our road trip to Yellowstone, we opted to stay here for one night. We have an avid dinosaur lover in the family, so we had to visit the dinosaur museum here (you must check it out!). The hotel is supreme! We stayed in the suite and "sweet" it was! Lots of space, deep tub, comfy beds, friendly staff, excellent views of the hot springs park, great pool and spring hot tub...what more could you ask for! Very pleased customers! We'd stay again if in that area!

  • 5
    « Awesome Best Western »

    By far the best Hotel I have ever stayed at. We go to Thermopolis every Fathers Day and this is the first time we stayed at the Best Western, but will stay again for sure. The rooms were amazing, the pool was awesome. The breakfast was by far the best I have ever been offered at any motel. Staff was great as well. Cant wait for next year to stay again.

    « Great Spot Awesome Breakfast! »

    Stayed for one night on our road trip through Wyoming to Colorado to drive through Rocky Mt. National Park. Cool location, room on the 2nd floor overlooking the park was nice. The hot spring was fantastic. Would definitely stay again. To top it off breakfast was fantastic. She just kept in making food for us it was great. We will be back.

    « Outstanding »

    We travel from Laramie, WY to Bozeman, MT 2 or 3 times a year. For 3 years, we have stayed at this location by choice. The facilities our outstanding. We really enjoy the hot spa which is immaculately clean. Only 1 problem we have, the cost is quite high. This can be a deterrent to many!

    « very relaxing »

    We stayed 2 nites june5&6th The hotel was very cozy and fun . We met people and everyone was nice. The breakfast was great. I loved this place. We wanted to relax and we did. Thanks staff from front desk to housekeeping. Keep it up. I hope to return one day. By the way we met the owner you could tell he cares.

    « Exceeded Expectations! »

    This place is special! Unlike current motel properties, it is a repurposed turn of the (20th) century apartment building but don't let that put you off! Somebody sunk a LOT of money into this motel to bring it up to modern standards while preserving the historical architecture. The result? A very clean comfortable room (very roomy!) that is very quiet and has access to a private hot spring (in a central courtyard). All in all, highly recommended for a restful night. A soak in the hotspring will leave you really relaxed before bed time.

    « Beautiful historic hotel »

    We loved this beautiful historic hotel! Both the hotel and the street outside our windows were very quiet. The hotel and grounds were immaculate and the staff were very friendly. We loved the warm cookies upon our arrival. Our suite was beautifully updated and very spacious. Our room was located on the first floor and was equipped with both a fridge and microwave. Right outside our door was the gate to the mineral water hot tub. The soak in the hot tub was wonderful and we met a lot of nice people while we soaked! The temperature of the mineral water was taken every hour and updated on the fence next to the hot tub. The hotel is conveniently located in Hot Springs State Park so it's an easy to walk to the Swinging Bridge and other attractions. The Wind River Canyon is just a short drive away from the hotel. The full breakfast was wonderful and the breakfast area was always clean and well-stocked. This is our new favorite destination and we can't wait to come back!

    « Restful night and good breakfast »

    We had a nice room, good bed, and a good breakfast. They use real dishes and had breakfast quiche which was different. Cookies were delicious in the evening. There was not an elevator and we were on the second floor. The cost seemed more than most comparable places to stay.

    « Perfect Midweek Getaway »

    Perfect place for a romantic getaway if you can make reservations midweek when all the families are home. Quiet, relaxing and worth the price. There are a handful of good places to eat in the area that are very reasonable.

    « Thermopolis Best Western »

    The staff were all friendly, helpful and provided interesting history about the hotel! It was also such a nice surprise to have delicious quiche for breakfast!! This is now my favorite place to stay in Wyoming!! Thank you especially to the evening staff who provide me the history of the building and directed me to such a wonderful Thai restaurant for dinner. Such a wonderful staff!! Thank you all for the delightful stay!

    « Mineral hot pool open 24 hours »

    Lovely old brick two story hotel inside the park. Helpful front desk. Quiet. But the reason we chose this place was because we were checking in late, and the mineral hot tub did not shut down at 11:00 pm. Tho it is small (maybe 8 people max?) I could get a good mineral soak any time. Before dawn with the birds was quite lovely. Excellent breakfast!! Friendly. I like this place. The swimming pool is outdoor and is closed 'till June. Summer only. Be sure to get a reservation. There is no such thing as off season any more.

  • 4
    « Best Hotel around for miles »

    A very quaint and unique hotel set inside the Hot Springs State Park. This historical hotel has a relaxed vintage feel with all the updates. It's clean, fresh, well appointed with unique furnishings and well thought out touches of special comfort. There are wrap around porches facing the interior of the hotel pool and mineral springs hot tub. Rockers welcome you to relax and enjoy the cool breeze and a great book. There are rooms that offer gas fireplaces that are great for winter. There's so much to do in the area to enjoy. Breakfast is included too! Walk in the park, soak in the hot mineral springs, view the Buffalo, tour the dinosaur museum, shop downtown stores and enjoy a relaxed town of friendly people!

    « thermoplis »

    nice place to visit had to get use to the smell of hydrogen sulfide and finding the designated smoking area substantially higher price on room per night but probally got more ammenities my daughter enjoyed it key cards had to be reset every day

    « Accessibility »

    Overall, this is a wonderful hotel for those in wheelchairs. The only issues, which are small, is that the bathroom mirror and sink are a little too high for comfortable access, and due to the furniture, the room is a a little crowded for wheelchair accessibility.

    « Excellent Choice »

    This hotel is so comfortable, well decorated and well kept. The rooms are beautiful and clean. This is a GREAT hotel. Hot Springs coming right into the hotel. Staff very pleasant and you wake up to a hot cooked breakfast that was very tasty and with lots of variety. The rooms are limited so if you can be one of the 33 families having the pleasure to stay, I would not miss it.

    « Exceeding Expectations »

    For a very small town, this is an excellent hotel. I would probably rate it a four star hotel. The rooms are significantly larger than expected. It felt like a bed and breakfast with significant pride to keep the place exceptional. The facility looks like a completely remodeled old school or apartment that has been re-done to new standards.

    « Always comfortable »

    We have been coming to Thermopolis for several years- We ALWAYS stay at this wonderful motel- The staff have always been top notch and very helpful. The motel is beautiful and it always feels good to come here- We always come when the temps are cold and we use the hot tub all the time since it has the mineral water in it. It is a very comfortable place to stay. It is also extremely clean!! Very important to us.

    « Getting in hot water »

    My traveling buddy and I came to Thermopolis, Wyoming, deliberately, because it's the home of Hot Springs State Park and we wanted to visit the Wyoming State Bath House. We stayed at the Best Western Plus Plaza Hotel, which is on the grounds of the state park. It's a two-story brick structure built in 1918, and converted from apartments to a hotel at some point. The rooms were comfortable, the beds fine, and the wifi fast. I knew from a friend that the bathrooms had been recently remodeled, and they were lovely. I like a bathroom with glassed in shower and no tub. There were afternoon chocolate chip cookies and banana bread, too. Breakfast was hot and excellent, but featured the only drawback on our particular visit. It was only 7:30 a.m., but the dining area was closed off for a conference. This left only two tables in the lobby area, which were already in use. We had to sit in armchairs and juggle our meals on our laps. It was inconvenient in a first-world sort of way. I would recommend that conferences at the prime breakfast-eating time be held somewhere else. Other than that, we enjoyed our visit and would return, especially since it's so convenient to the hot springs. Oh yes, one thing more, and this is a huge plus - the outdoor pool wasn't open yet, but the hot springs mineral hot tub was, and it was magnificent. It was every bit as enjoyable as the state-run bath house. My old bones have never felt so pampered.

    « Thermopolis »

    The hotel is very clean and staff were courteous.Complimentary Breakfast was delicious. A plus is the hot pool on site, just what was needed after hours on the road. Enjoyed our stay at the Best Western Plaza.

    « Wonderful Stay »

    My children and I enjoyed our stay at the Best Western Plus. The hot tub was amazing. The check-in time was quick and easy. The hotel staff was very helpful with all of our questions. The room was clean and the beds very comfortable. The breakfast was amazing. Thanks for such an enjoyable stay.

    « The Last Old "Resort" in Town »

    Well-appointed, very clean rooms built around a private pool fed by the local hot springs. Very friendly, helpful staff who take pride in their hotel and their jobs. Standard but perfectly decent free breakfast. Pretty plainly the best hotel in town.

  • 5
    « Great family trip »

    This hotel is a favorite for our family. We love the ambiance, the relaxing hot springs tub, and the two room suites. We vacation here often. Great family spot for soaking, biking, hiking, sight seeing, and relaxing. This hotel is always exceptionally clean and all amenities are in great working order. The grounds around the hotel are a wonderful and open park. The location of this property is amazing. Great to be close to the hot springs pools,mountain biking, road biking, and hiking. This remains a favorite spot for our family trips.

    « Fun Weekend »

    Two years in a row - fun was had, quality service and amenities were provided. A smiling, professional staff, clean rooms, well kept up property. Love staying here when visiting the Hot Springs! This is the 2nd yr. I have taken my son and met family for a "Winter Warm Up" session. I appreciate how well taken care of the staff makes us feel!

    « The VERY best place to stay in Thermopolis! »

    This hotel is by far the best place to stay in town. Price is a little higher, but well worth the money. Rooms are all remodeled, clean and inviting. Log furniture, tons of windows. I stayed in a queen room with a soaker tub. If available, be sure to request one. Breakfast was great, service excellent. Quiet and convenient. Parking was a little tricky if you get in late. I will be back asap. Dana checked me in with no reservations, she was exceptional.

    « Thermopolis Best Western »

    The stay was pleasant and the staff was very attentive and friendly. My family and I will be back to the same hotel again, This is the fifth year in a row that we have gone to this same place and we have not had any problems. I would recommend staying at this Best Western. The hotel is a re-modeled hospital and is a national historic building. There is a lot of neat history with the building.

    « Room Very Nice »

    Room was very nice. Staff was very accommodating. Breakfast was good. We chose this hotel for the historic background and the hot springs tub. Was disappointed in hot spring tub. It was not warm, nor very clean. Reese at the desk was great. He got the tub temperature up to where it should be. He also left a note for the next desk person to make sure tub was hot. The next morning tub was warmer. All in all, hotel was nice, but didn't warrant the price we paid.

    « The walls are so thin. »

    We stayed in a king suite on the first floor. Besides the hideous furniture (that weird light colored raw tree type stuff), the room was nice. Looks as though it's been updated in the last couple of years. The problem was that we could hear everything from all the rooms around us. I could hear the people next door turn on their bathroom fan. The person above us was walking around like a normal person and it sounded like someone had let an adolescent elephant loose in there. So noisy. I was afraid it would wake up the kid asleep on the sofa bed in the living room. The mattress was incredibly hard as well. The staff was very friendly and the breakfast was good.

    « Stay »

    Hotel is extremely clean, rooms are in excellent condition. However, the staff is extremely below acceptable standards. Room keys are continually deactivated. Check your receipt while at the hotel, they will charge you for someone else's room and give you that receipt.

    « The Best in Town »

    The hotel itself is proably the best in town. Its next to the hot springs and has a natural hot tub on the premises. Thermopolis a great old western town and worth the visit and this hotel is the best in town.

    « Great Place »

    Nice, clean and friendly. It is in a great location being in the Hot Springs State Park. No matter what season it is nice to enjoy the hot springs. I would recommend this stay for couples or family. Can't be beat in Thermopolis!

    « The Only Place to Stay in Thermopolis »

    The Best Western is clean, comfortable, and right in Hot Springs State Park. The hotel staff were very friendly, courteous, and professional. It is a historic building, and very well maintained. The hot breakfast was excellent, and our room was quiet, clean, and nicely decorated with a wonderful large shower.

  • 5
    « Best of both - mineral bath and great stay »

    Best Western in Thermopolis is a great place to stay to experience the mineral baths without time limits imposed by the State Park. After a great soak - and the mineral bath is open 24/7 - you can walk directly to your room. Doesn't get any better than that. The rooms are comfortable, buffet breakfast is delicious, and the staff go out of their way to help their guests in every way. In my opinion it is the best place to stay in Thermopolis.

    « just what we needed »

    Had 3 days of a great hotel and soaking in their mineral springs to unwind. did not get up in time for breakfast but the local restaurants were very good and the staff at the plaze gave us great advice on where to eat.

    « Clean,quiet,and comfortable »

    We have not been to Thermopolis in awhile but were pleased to stay in this wonderful hotel just steps from the water parks.It was a very cold weekend and the rooms were clean,quiet and cozy.The bathroom was especially nice,updated,convenient and spotless.Friendly,helpful staff.

    « A Quiet and Fitting Property »

    This is a great place to stay in Hot Springs State Park. They have a great mineral bath and a well kept historic property. The staff are wonderful and they went out of their way to make sure we had a pleasant stay. I really like the layout of the hotel and the courtyard.

    « Quiet, Relaxing »

    I am thinking of retiring to Wyoming and checked out winter services. This motel was clean, comfortable, and an excellent value. I liked the spa with natural hot spring water. The breakfast was excellent and the coffee good.

    « A clean, well run hotel »

    We enjoyed our clean room, clean common areas, the hot water spa, coffee or tea available most of the day and fresh baked cookies around 3:00 pm. Top it off with friendly staff and a great breakfast! We will be back.

    « A good stay »

    Loved the decor and the cleanliness of the room. We were offered express check out but didn't get it although we said we would like it. The walls were thin and people partying in the mineral spa until 2 am made sleeping very difficult

    « Beautiful property, amazing staff, and welcome environment for a large group »

    We booked the Best Western for a group of 38 high school students and 5 faculty. From the initial email contact, to setting the room rate, to walking in the door to a super organized room distribution, the staff at the hotel was professional, efficient, and super sweet! We needed to do some room shuffling and add cots, and the front desk staff and support crew could not have been more accommodating. The front desk crew also let us set up dinner in the dining room and store food in the kitchen, which made it easy to feed our students quickly and efficiently. We worked even harder to make sure the dining area was spotless when we finished because of the opportunity to use the space! A couple of other general comments. The facility was spotless with beautiful bathrooms, nice linens, and welcoming common areas. The location provided easy access to the major thoroughfares in town, but was just far enough off the main roads. The park on the east side of the hotel was great for our kids! For people who have difficulty with noise, bring something to mute the sound, as the walls were thin and easy to hear through. We look forward to staying at the Best Western Thermopolis again in the future!

    « OK, I'll probably stay here again »

    I knew this was an older, renovated property when I made the reservation. I don't have anything really negative to say and will likely stay here again but this experience will hopefully help me know how to better plan for the next trip. When I arrived I was greeted warmly by Tyler who checked me in promptly and gave me directions to my room on the second floor. There are no elevators and I have a bit of a foot issue right now that makes stairs with a suitcase and heavy backpack very hard to negotiate. Tyler was very understanding and was able to make the change to a first floor room with two double beds...not a big deal since there's only me, right? Unfortunately I had some difficulty fitting into the bed, length wise. I'm not a tall guy but the footboard is taller than the mattress and I kept bumping my feet. Finally turned diagonal in the bed and slept pretty well the rest of the night. I couldn't get hot water to shave for the longest in the morning and finally discovered the single handle faucet had the hot and cold just took a while. Good walk in shower, the room and bathroom met my expectations for cleanliness. The room configuration is such where I could hear some loud mouth guy in the next room talking on the phone for about thirty minutes. Fortunately, he finally settled down and I didn't hear anything more after that loud, profane conversation. Choices are limited in Thermopolis and this is probably better than the rest. I do think the rooms are a bit overpriced for the area and this particular property. One other thing, there is a decent bar across the street at the Days Inn if you would like a couple of beers and not have to drive afterward :)

    « Nice »

    Stayed there for business. Very comfortable, quiet and clean. Used the spa/hot springs hot tub which was very relaxing. The internet worked well and was ease to access. The breakfast was convenient. I will stay here again if I am in the area.

  • 5
    « Quick get away »

    We really enjoyed our stay here. Staff was friendly, always available each time we visited the front desk and helpful with directions and things to do. The room was a suite which was perfect for traveling with a teenager. It was clean, nicely furnished and the bed was comfortable. Enjoyed the mineral spa which had just been cleaned. Breakfast was good. We will plan to stay here again on our next visit.

    « Rest and Refreshment »

    Years ago we passed through Thermopolis on a family vacation. We didn't stay but noticed how inviting the hot springs looked. Just over a week ago on our way to Yellowstone we decided to stay in Thermopolis. Comfortable property in a well renovated historic building with springs pool and hot tub. Wow!! We relaxed well, slept well, had a simple breakfast and look forward to returning.

    « BEST WESTERN PLUS Plaza Hotel »

    This is a historic facility located inside Hot Springs State Park. The building is renovated and modern inside, but definitely retains the historic quality on the exterior. We were very impressed with the politeness, friendliness, and helpfulness of the staff, who seem to take a lot of pride in the facility and in providing the best service possible to their guests. The free continental breakfast was more than adequate to keep us from wanting to go elsewhere for a nice breakfast, and the kitchen attendant was always ready with a cheerful "good morning" and to provide assistance. The hotel location within the state park places it within easy walking distance to three hot springs pools as well as the walkways leading by the mineral springs and swinging bridge across Wind River. I made it a point to compliment the staff at the front desk at checkout that we were very impressed with our stay, and I don't often have the inclination to do that. We highly recommend the hotel.

    « Wish we could clone this amazing place! »

    We had planned to just spend one night, but after seeing our room (#222) we immediately made the decision to stay 2 nights. Historic building has been a hotel and apartments over the years. Lovely, comfortable room with beautifully appointed bathroom. Lots of outlets to plug in our electronics. Large TV. Windows on 2 walls made for a gentle breeze (a nice change from AC every night). Wonderful night sleep. Located in the park with public mineral springs; good restaurants and a movie theater within walking distance. Hotel has its own outdoor pool and hot tub which are hot spring fed (just remember to take off your jewelry as the springs will temporarily turn them black). Sulfur smell is common but not overpowering. Dustin at the front desk (and everyone we met on staff) was friendly, efficient and helpful. Free breakfast is standard fare. Within driving distance to the Wyoming Whiskey Distillery (closed on Sundays) and the Dinosaur Museum.

    « Loved it and walking distance to hot springs »

    In the many times we have stayed in Thermopolis, I have always wanted to stay here due to the location close to the hot springs and love the look of the building. We really enjoyed this hotel. Breakfast was really good, waffles, pastries, cereal, coffee, juice, fresh fruit. They have really yummy cookies in the afternoons. Check in was fast and all the staff we spoke with was really nice. We got a room with a king and sofa bed. It was very nice because we had our own room and the front room with sofa bed was big enough we also used the aerobed we brought so our two kids could have their own bed. It worked out great. TVs in both rooms which was nice for relaxing and have separate TV for kids. They provided towels for hot springs, which was a nice perk to always have dry towels for trips into Tepee and Star Plunge. Great price when you include breakfast.Free wifi. Would highly recommend.

    « Alpaca Girlfriends »

    THE only place to stay in Thermopolis! Has its own mineral hot water in its spa. Its location is within Hots Springs park so also within easy walking distance of State Bath House (which is free to the public) and the beautiful walking trails around the hot springs. Also within walking distance of the buffalo pasture where you can walk and observe buffalo in a natural setting. Thermopolis has lots of things to do and see such as a nationally acclaimed Dinosaur Museum, an incredible history museum of local settlers, world class trout fishing within walking distance, and really good local restaurants.

    « Great classic hotel »

    The upgraded rooms, year-round natural hot spring fed hot tub, and surrounding park make the Best Western Plus Plaza Hotel in Thermopolis, WY, a delightful getaway. A relaxing stop to or from Yellowstone, or a worthy destination in its own right. Check out the dinosaur dig and museum nearby. Best in season for families, off season for couples.

    « In the park »

    Beautiful and comfortable decoration. Located inside the park permits walks by the river and gardens. The room furniture atractive and comfortable. Highly recomend this hotel. When we visited they only had the jacussi working recomend they keep the swiming pool open more hours.

    « Great Stay »

    Very nice place to stay =o) Rooms are beautiful, scenery was very beautiful as well. The smell was common for the surroundings. Could use maybe another exit, we were told there was only one entrance and one exit.

    « Outstanding Experience at Best Western Thermopolis! »

    No other hotel in the area can compare to this historic jewel. Totally updated and beautifully appointed, this site offers the unique attractions of the area right outside your doorstep. The natural hot tub at the hotel is a wonderful added bonus. Staff are friendly and helpful, the the hotel a tremendous bargain for all you get.

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    « Gone to the Wolves »

    I have stayed here many times in past years. The Plaza has changed into a nightmare. I had to change reservations and was given a smelly room with a very strong moldy odor. Running the bathroom fan 24/7 removed the odor. If the fan was turned off, the odor soon returned. The Plaza mineral srings spa is now open 24/7 in the courtyard close to rooms. I was awakened 3 times/night by guests in the spa- they were old enough to know better but acted more like they were raised by wolves. The Plaza use to be a really special place, now it seems like like the pits. Go there if you want to party on all night, otherwise you may be disappointed.

    « Wonderful Experience »

    Warm, friendly, helpful staff. Go out of their way to help and make one's stay more pleasant. Delightfully decorated room and lobby area. Good breakfast choices. Great spa and hot spring pool at the motel.

    « Good pick - interesting hotel »

    Older Motel but with access to an internal corridor as well as door opening opening straight onto the car park. Handy when a huge storm hits and you don't want to get soaked going for dinner ! Rooms very clean, nothing fancy but definitely had updated bathrooms. Quirky restaurant and bar - food was nice too. Did not get to the Hot Springs State Park due to bad thunderstorm, but it's adjacent. Wish we could have visited but needed to press on next morning.

    « Best in the West »

    Well worth your consideration, especially if you are looking for an accessible room. The staff are courtious, helpful and very friendly. The location is wonderful and the town of Thermopolis is a quiet, welcoming community.

    « Very Nice »

    I loved my stay here mainly because their bathroom was updated and looked very fancy. The fixtures in the bathroom were really pretty. The room was small, but unlike other places the carpet was a brighter color so made it feel roomier.


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·Desde el norte o el sur: tome la ruta US 20 en Thermopolis en el Parque Nacional de Hot Springs. El BEST WESTERN PLUS Plaza Hotel estará situado un poco más adelante. ·Desde el oeste: tome la carretera estatal 120, gire a la izquierda en el semáforo de Thermopolis y siga la señalización al Parque Nacional de Hot Springs. El BEST WESTERN PLUS Plaza Hotel estará situado un poco más adelante.