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The 6 Most Beautiful National Park Hotels in the U.S.

Condé Nast Traveler Logo By Kristin Conard of Condé Nast Traveler | Slide 1 of 7: <p>This lodge, which opened in 1904, is considered one of the first examples of “parkitecture,” so designed to help park structures (like information centers or hotels) blend harmoniously with their surroundings. In addition to being the world’s largest log hotel, it also features an enormous, 85-foot-tall stone fireplace that dominates the lobby. It’s also hosted six U.S. presidents and the Three Stooges.</p><p><strong>Related:</strong><a href="http://www.cntraveler.com/stories/2015-05-20/on-safari-in-yellowstone-national-park-americas-own-serengeti?mbid=synd_msntravel">On Safari in Yellowstone National Park</a></p><p>Image via CNTraveler.com</p>

In 1864, with Abe Lincoln’s endorsement of the Yosemite Grant, one of the nation's first protected public spaces was established—and the groundwork was laid for more U.S. national parks. But did you know that many of these American treasures also have luxe lodgings where you can sleep on-site? Check out ten of the most amazing cabins and hotels within parks like Yellowstone, Yosemite, and the Grand Canyon. 

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