Absolutely amazing one-of-a-kind experience at Dreamcatcher!
Reviewed 26 July, 2021
We recently stayed at Dreamcatcher for a long weekend with friends.
We had never visited the area and did not know quite know what to expect, but from the moment we arrived, Dave, Rick and the entire staff were super friendly and made us feel comfortable & welcome.
Our tipi was neat, clean and equipped with everything you would need - fresh towels & cloths, plenty of electrical outlets, a rotating fan, a lantern for the darker hours / bathroom trips, plenty of pillows and blankets and dare I say the one of the most comfortable beds I've found in any hotel. A couple of chairs outside our tipi facing the gorgeous Gallatin Mountain range.
In the evening, a nightly campfire gathering of all tipi guests with complimentary s'mores and beer/wine/seltzers was the perfect touch and allowed for mingling and getting to know your fellow tipi guests as did the morning breakfast with yogurt, coffee, fruit and anything else you'd want to snack on before hitting the road for your daily activities.
The bathrooms were private - clean and heated on the cooler evening nights with fresh towels and your own toilet and sink and enough facilities that I never found myself waiting on another guest to finish (peak bathroom hours were posted, as well, so you could always plan for when it might be a bit busier!).
So many nice touches (the grill for communal use, the seating areas with shade equipped with pillows, the gift shop with a person on staff throughout the day, fresh towels dropped in your tipi, the wagons by entry gate for towing luggage across the yard to your tipi, etc.)
I can't stress enough how this experience was so far & beyond from a normal hotel experience -- you really feel as though you are living on the land, even if for a few short days -- and I highly recommend to anyone looking to have a special experience in such a special part of the world! We can't wait to return!
Camping for those who don’t camp!
Reviewed 4 July, 2021
A great glamping experience for non campers. We booked 3 tipis for 1 night for our group of 11 as a starting point into exploring the north and west of Yellowstone. Fun for the kids and adults. In the evening there is a bonfire with s’mores and adult beverages. There is plenty of room for the kids to run around and play with others. The tipis are well appointed with luxury bedding (super comfortable.) The “bath house” is a row of connected, but self contained, rooms complete with individual showers and heated floors. In the evening and early morning mule deer are in the adjacent field. Another family left their tent flap open and a bunny hopped inside! Breakfast is provided- an assortment of cheese, fruits, yogurt, cereals, hard boiled eggs, breakfast bars, juice, milk, teas, and coffee. A bit pricey but you are paying for the experience, for our family it was worth the cost!
An unforgettable family memory
Reviewed 30 June, 2021
Priceless! That's the look I saw on my teenagers' faces when I surprised them on our family vacation with a night in at Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel. The atmosphere was top-notch and the tipi's were very comfortable. Unique experience! Highly recommend!
Such a Great Experience!
Reviewed 22 June, 2021
We stayed at the Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel. It was a great stay - truly relaxing and fun for the whole family. The beds were the most comfortable beds we have had on this trip. The vibe was so much more relaxing than any of the hotels we've stayed in along the way. Kiddos had a blast with the smores and corn hole and other play. We loved it too - plus the complimentary beer and wine! The breakfast bar hit the spot for us- coffee, high protein grab and goes or sit and enjoy items. The bathrooms were way better than expected - clean, comfortable, and there were more than expected. Stay here!
Amazing Tipi experience
Reviewed 21 June, 2021
Our visit to the Dreamcatcher Tipi Hotel was the highlight of our Yellowstone trip. The tipis are well designed and have high end comfortable bedding. The bathrooms are very clean and nice. The nightly campfire was a lot of fun with our kids playing with other kids while the parents socialized with complimentary wine, beer and other non-alcoholic drinks. This is a must stay while in Yellowstone.