Sacajawea Hotel History
In 1927, the Milwaukee Railroad extended the line to nearby Gallatin Gateway, which then became the final whistle stop for tourists visiting Yellowstone. The Sacajawea Hotel was dealt an economic blow and the tumultuous relationship between the Hotel and the Railroad finally ended in 1980 when the historic Three Forks tracks were pulled up.
Over the years, the historic Hotel has undergone several face-lifts, the most significant of which occurred during 2009-2010, just prior to the 100th Anniversary. Great care was taken throughout the renovation process to preserve the character of the building, blending luxury and Western flare.