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Cedar Creek Lodge & Conference Center
fefejita from: Calgary, Canada
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jan, 6, 2019 Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2019 Rating: 4
new and updated hotel with facilities
the hotel is fairly new and updated. Spacious room. The hot tub is very hot which is great. The hot breakfast serving good juice. The plumbing is good in the room for the shower. The only downside is that the fan is week. There is no control switch for the fan so I am not sure how the fan works or maybe it works silently. Anyway, if you have a few people using the bathroom, you might consider using it a certain time in order to reduce odor.
Great location and facility for the value.
- Sleep Quality: 5
- Cleanliness: 5
- Service: 5
Published Date: Jan, 5, 2019 Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2018 Rating: 5
The Best Staff You Could Ask For...
We stayed recently at the Cedar Creek Lodge 12/26-29, 2018. Little did I know that this will be a hotel experience that I will fondly remember. My requirements when we travel are fairly simple, they center around finding a comfortable bed, a clean & well maintained room that's quiet & restful. This hotel met and then exceeded my expectations. The beds were so comfy, everywhere was sparkly clean - pool, work out room, bathrooms, hallways, lobby. Now enough about that...lol. The reason this stay was exceptional was their staff. I'm not sure exactly why they are such an amazing cohesive group. I wish I could have stayed longer to figure that out - I would love to bottle it. Thank you for your pleasant & caring help for even the smallest of things. I enjoyed the breakfast each morning - lots to choose from. The cheerful attendants made sure things were restocked and fresh. The front desk staff were always helping guests with care. I could go on....simply, this appears to be a group of people who really love coming to work every day - it was a really great place to recharge. Thank you again - your above and beyond service is appreciated.
ShawnaS144 from: Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona
Trip Type: Business
Published Date: Oct, 14, 2018 Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018 Rating: 4
I was here for an event on the conference side of the hotel. The sleeping rooms were very nice and spacious. You had to maneuver through the bathroom, but the fixtures were nice. The hair dryer was hanging on the other side of the toilet. I can see someone dropping it in the toilet at some point. The convention staff was very nice to work with. They were all friendly, but seemed very new to the venue. The AV staff had some challenges getting the AV up and running, but they eventually got it to work. Food was very tasty especially for a convention center. We had a buffet with trout and steak. I was told they don’t cook the food onsite... but I never would have known that as the food was hot and not over cooked. Salad was good with berries and nuts. The conference room had TVs on each wall that we projected the presentations on. That was super helpful. Front desk staff had great restaurant recommendations. I would stay there again. Only 11 minutes from the airport.
Taylor B from: Chicago, Illinois
Published Date: Oct, 7, 2018 Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018 Rating: 5
Not the ideal time to visit Glacier National Park
The only downside to visiting Glacier National Park in Montana in October is that many establishments, including stores, restaurants and lodges, close after Labor Day. And a winter storm before our arrival closed several roads to popular tourist attractions. The best time to visit Glacier National Park is July and August, the peak season for visitors, and the first week in September also is advisable. As October dawns, however, snow is likely to fall. But my wife and I were vacationing in sunny Florida in June and July and we were in Virginia and West Virginia in July and August. So here we are in Glacier National Park in early October. And there's snow on the ground. But I recall running into a snowstorm on the top of Beartooth Mountain on the Beartooth Highway in Yellowstone Park on a July 12 a few years ago. We persevered then. And we'll persevere now. There's still a lot to see. We made a good choice for our base camp, the Cedar Creek Lodge in Columbia Falls, a few miles outside the park. We booked a fireplace suite with a bedroom, king-sized bed, living room, large flat screen TV, spa-style shower, microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. This is a conference center and retreat so you can imagine it is filled with amenities guaranteed to please visitors, including free wi-fi, fitness center, business center, indoor swimming pool, hot tub, laundry service, lobby coffee station for coffee, tea and hot chocolate, sundries shop for cold beverages, frozen meals, ice cream, dry snacks, books and souvenirs and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet offering hot eggs, sausage, bacon, waffles, biscuits, yogurt, huckleberry jam and Montana Coffee Traders coffee. You can't beat the fresh air.
Robert B from:
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Oct, 2, 2018 Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018 Rating: 5
Warm and Inviting
Two friends and I stayed three nights at Cedar Creek Lodge while visiting Glacier National Park. The hotel is about 15-20 minutes from a park entrance and within walking distance of several restaurants. The building itself is exactly what the name inplies, a very nice decor with a log cabin feel to it. The three of us shared a decent size room with two queen beds and were very comfortable. The staff we encountered, especially Patty and Shyan at the desk, were extremely helpful and friendly. The included breakfast was excellent, with enough choices to please everyone. The waitress at breakfast, Rachael?, was great, giving us a lot of tips on what to do and see in the Park. I highly recommned this hotel when visiting Glacier if you can't stay right in the park.
- Rooms: 5
- Value: 5
- Service: 5