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The rooms at the Rusty Parrot are rustic with an elegant touch and each room has its own theme. There is no shortage of amenities, and every room has robes, slippers, fine linens and plush towels. In fact, the linens and robes or so popular that the lodge sells them to guests. The wireless Internet is free, and there's a flat-panel television with satellite service for those shows guests can't miss. All the rooms also have deep soaking tubs, and the beds are all handcrafted and either king or queen-sized. Each room is also supplied with a selection of shampoo, body wash and lotions. There's no need to worry about bringing along a bulky hairdryer because they are supplied in all of the rooms.
The room that is perfect for a honeymoon couple has a king-sized bed, a fireplace and a whirlpool for two. Like all the other rooms in the lodge, it has European-style sheets, towels and robes. There are also smaller rooms that have king-sized beds and fireplaces and are located either on the garden or upper levels of the lodge. Rooms without fireplaces are also available on the same levels.
For families traveling with children there are two options. A superior room on the garden or upper level has two comfortable queen sized-beds and one rollaway bed can be added to the room as well. The Owner's Suite is also a great place for families to stay, because it has a living area that is separate from the bedroom. This room has all the amenities of the other rooms and a few extras. There is a large walk-in closet, whirlpool tub for two and a walk-in shower. There is also a safe and a dry bar and refrigerator. The adjoining bedroom has two queen-sized beds, and there's plenty of space for a rollaway bed and the couch in the living area can also be used as a bed.
There are room packages that cater to families and couples on romantic getaways that are tied to the season. Some of them include day trips to the Grand Tetons, Yellowstone National Park or skiing. Room reservations can be made online or by directly calling the lodge.