The Cleveland Suite

To guard against poachers in Yellowstone National Park, on May 7, 1894, President Grover Cleveland signed a law that would finally protect the park, its geysers and its wildlife. It was known as the "Act to Protect the Birds and Animals in Yellowstone National Park."

The Cleveland Suite is a very spacious suite that can accommodate 4. This is a comfortable, cozy, and relaxing downstairs room. There are 2 queen pillow- top beds in the bedroom area. Fully stocked kitchenette, dining room table,  as well as a large bathroom and spacious sitting areas.