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Glacier Park Lodge
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2 night stay
User: wharr024 from: Jacksonville, Florida
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 18, 2019
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
This lodge is very historic. The lobby is something to see. The food at the restaurant is very good. The rooms not so much. You can walk from the train to the lodge. Walking through the garden is beautiful and looking at the lodge from the walk is awesome. The rooms are dated which is ok but the door to the room doesn't keep any noise out. If you have a guest next door you would think they are right in the room with you. Saint Mary's Lodge is much nicer but a good drive away. We used a van service included in our trip. You can walk from Saint Mary's to the entrance to Glacier National Park from the hotel. We didn't have a car. Glacier Lodge is surrounded by tribal land and a long way from the park entrance.

East Glacier Park Lodge
User: martidavid2019 from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 15, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Great historic hotel, bathrooms match the age of the hotel-but that is part of the fun! When is the last time you had a claw foot tub? Easy to imagine coming out by train in the early 1900’s.Food, people, atmosphere, scenery can’t be beat.
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Stay amid living history
User: dansny87 from: Bangkok, Thailand
Published Date: Oct, 15, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Staying here is like traveling back in time and the sense of being surrounded by history is fantastic. From the majestic lobby to the large stone fireplace and the windows offering panoramic views of the mountains it is stunning. The bar is well stocked with Montana craft beer and the food is good with a very reasonably priced breakfast. Also don't miss the train station across the front yard, I went and watched the arival and departure of the westbound train at sunset ...it was beautiful!
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Serene setting; Great Mt views!
User: TourDuJour from:
Published Date: Oct, 11, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
We only stopped here for lunch after leaving Many Glacier and before going to Two Medicine, but it was a wonderful lunch stop! None of us had ever seen this place before so we spent close to 2 hours here - dining, shopping their nice gift shop, touring the amazing old lodge on foot. It's just as lovely & stately as all the pictures - and even BETTER when you're standing anywhere inside the main lobby! We loved the views (esp. from the West-facing sundeck out "back"), & all the open, "meadow-like" feeling (when we'd lived in deep forests for the entire past week!). It IS set on a 9-hole golf course, after all - apparently the very first golf course to open in the state of MT! I only dinged it one star because we arrived on Sept. 15th and already their main dining room was CLOSED. But our group of 8 managed with pulling 3 tiny tables together in their "bar" area, and both the food and our server was all fantastic! We still enjoyed a mountain view facing West towards GNP, and everyone was happy with their meal.
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Great Trip. Too Short
User: Ernie D from:
Published Date: Oct, 8, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Went there (and back) by Amtrak from New York City. I enjoyed the train experience but a bit long. The lodge was fantastic. A bare bones room but the lobby was spectacular and amazing sunset views from the terrace. The staff was very helpful arranging for a short hike in the park. Would loved to have stayed longer.

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