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Prince of Wales Hotel
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Mother-Daughter Get-away
User: nola5561 from: Covington, Louisiana
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Nov, 25, 2018
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
Perfect hotel accommodations for romantic retreats or mother-daughter escapes. Rooms were meticulously decorated. Personal touches such as rises on pillows and gifts from the hotel for our special day made it wonderful!! Will definitely come here again!

Exceeded my expectations
User: lizzier17 from: Leicester, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Nov, 15, 2018
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
This place is incredible. I saw it online years ago and always wanted to stay, stunning location. The view across the lake when you walk in is beautiful and sitting having a drink in the lobby or lounge with that view can’t be bettered! Rooms are very quaint and I’m so pleased they have retained the original features. Food was very good and the shop was excellent. Staff were great - professional and helpful.
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Amazing views but an dirty and unsafe room.
User: imlay from: Michigan
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Nov, 5, 2018
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2018
Rating: 2
The location of this hotel is absolutely a must see. Waterton Park is so beautiful! Unfortunately my room was dirty, worn, and unsafe. My very small room without air conditioning had linoleum the was popping up in the bathroom, cobwebs, dust, and a unsealed electrical box right next to the shower. The park is so beautiful that I'd still stay here if it is the only place around.
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Room with a view
User: Tamaragw from: The Netherlands
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 31, 2018
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
Unfortunately we did not have the great view as seen on the pictures due to a wildlife fire in the area, but still we got a glimpse of it. Magnificent. The spacious room had view on the lake. We loved the atmosphere from the old days. Yes it was a bit noisy but then again it is an old building. The staff was friendly and helpfull. Food at the lobby bar was good. All in all a very enjoyable stay. What we experienced as not very convenient was the fact that the sink was rather small and in the room iso the bathroom. This did not leave much space to stall your toiletry. So we used the cupboard for this purpose. Bathroom - toilet + old fashioned bath/shower - was small too but for us it was not a problem. All in all we had an ejoyable stay.
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Family's favorite hotel
User: MD5555 from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Oct, 29, 2018
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
Of the five lodges we visited in Glacier/Waterton during a weeklong visit, this was my family's favorite. We booked a room as soon as reservations opened and were able to reserve the hotel's only lakefront 2-bedroom unit. It was slightly cheaper than the standard rooms, likely due to it being on the 6th floor (the elevator only goes to 4th). But we could not imagine the other rooms being as incredible. The extra burning in your legs from those 2 flights of stairs was well worth the effort. The highlight of the unit is the private balcony at the very top of the hotel overlooking Waterton. It appears this is the only lakeside room that didn't share the fire escape balcony with others. Being able to step outside just before bed and at sunrise in your PJ's to soak in the view was amazing. Each of the two rooms has a double bed with a window facing the lake. One of the rooms has a door to the balcony. Although the bedrooms showed their age -- as they should in a historic hotel -- the newly-renovated bathroom was modern and by far the largest of the other Glacier area lodges. Breakfast in the main dining room was decent, while also much more kid-friendly and reasonably priced than the dinner menu. Prior to our trip I had seen some stunning photos of the hotel at sunrise. I figured they were the work of skilled photographers with fancy cameras and lenses. So you can imagine my amazement to get up early and discover the view was just as spectacular in person as those photos. I took these with a basic point-and-shoot camera. In hindsight, I wish we had stayed at the Prince of Wales at least two nights instead of one, even with much of the park shut down this past summer following the fire. The hotel is a destination itself.
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