Jackson Lake Lodge
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming • Nights 1 & 2
Set in the heart of the park, the Lodge offers all kinds of outdoor activities, including horseback riding, float trips and boat excursions. So when you’re not off exploring postcard-perfect sights near the Lodge like Jenny Lake and the wildlife-rich Snake River with Tauck, you’re free to enjoy your stay as you like.
Old Faithful Inn
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming • Night 3
In 1987 the Old Faithful Inn was designated a National Historic Landmark. It is steps from the world-famous Old Faithful Geyser, where you can count on the clockwork timing of its plume of steam that soars skyward every hour. Enjoy the Inn’s immense lobby and huge stone fireplace, comfortable rooms and a great restaurant.
Lake Yellowstone Hotel
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming ♦ Night 4
Originally built in 1891, the stately Lake Yellowstone Hotel is the oldest historic hotel in remote Yellowstone National Park.
Holiday Inn® Cody at Buffalo Bill Village
Cody, Wyoming • Night 5
This hotel is just blocks away from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and close to the Cody Nite Rodeo and Dan Miller’s Music Revue, offering you one of the best locations in this historic “Old West” town.
The Ranch At Ucross
Ucross, Wyoming • Night 6
This is a dude ranch: days start with a cowboy breakfast spread, and end with a dinner buffet. You can choose to ride a horse or splash in the pool. Play tennis, soccer or challenge your traveling companions to a game of horseshoes, & more.
The Rushmore Hotel & Suites
Rapid City, South Dakota • Night 7
Your hotel is located in Rapid City’s historic downtown district, steps away from popular entertainment options, shopping areas and businesses, offering warm hospitality, an inviting atmosphere, sustainable initiatives, locally inspired cuisine, value added complimentary services and outstanding customer service, making it the place to stay in the Black Hills.