Norris Hotel was the name given to two different hotels built within the park. The first was built across from the present day Museum of the National Park Ranger. The second was built further south nearer the Norris Geyser Basin, just to the west of the old Norris Junction.
First Norris Hotel
The structure was built with one-inch pine boards and contained 20 rooms - accommodations for 60 people.
Second Norris Hotel
The second Norris Hotel was built within sight of Porcelain Basin. Guests could sit on the hotel's veranda and watch the geysers in the Norris Geyser Basin.