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Izaak Walton Inn
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The train kept a rolling all night long
User: Jessica J from: Nashville, Tennessee
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 24, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
The other reviewers have it down. It’s nice, we thought the staff were helpful and informed. Be prepared however for what seems like constant screeching train activity all night. Every time I thought I had just heard the longest freight train in America, the next one would break that record. You like trains at 3 am, this is your place. No internet to really speak of, it was a major surprise to get any, even in the lobby, where we were led to believe would have good WiFi. Restaurant ok, but crazy expensive for the quality. That said, it is located basically equidistant between east and west glacier and if you are coming here for the culinary or hotel experience you are in the wrong part of the world. It’s fine. But I doubt we will stay here again on next trip to GNP.
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Wish I Could Have Stayed Forever
User: tywo from: Scarsdale, New York
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: Jun, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
For a senior traveler from New York just off a night in a coach seat, this quaintly charming inn was a welcome haven. Trackside pickup & delivery as promised, a comfortable bed, a hot tub nestled amongst tall evergreens and high slopes, and friendly faces — wonderful. The lodge, the former dormitory for train employees, has basic hotel accommodations. The charm comes from the rustic lobby, the train memorabilia, the caboose units scattered around the property and the unbeatable scenery. The food, all 3 meals, was surprisingly good.

Really enjoyed my overnight stay.
User: EAZELIFF from: Flagstaff, Arizona
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: Jun, 17, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
I can highly recommend this hotel. My description would be “ rustic boutique. “. I like hotel rooms with knotty pine paneling. My only complaints about the second floor room were that that the mattress seemed to angle down toward the pillows, which felt a little awkward when getting into bed and a better reading lamp is needed. WiFi works but patience is needed. For dinner I had the elk meatballs first and then the salmon for the main course. I also enjoyed the vegetable skillet at breakfast. For train minded people like me the decor and historic information is great. The service was excellent I all respects, especially bartender Sean. There is also a nice jacuzzi across the parking lot and a sauna in the annex building.

Quit acting like you’re in the wilderness
User: Ardy52 from: Las Vegas, Nevada
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 11, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
We stayed in the locomotive—-which needs a tiny house designer...no hooks to hang clothes and no shelves either! Sooo cramped we stored our suitcases in our car! There was an old fashioned closet that couldn’t be accessed around the master bedroom bed! The deck is on the wrong side of the locomotive (should be train track side) and gas fireplace didn’t work (on a cold rainy night). Very unique place to stay and worth a night. Trains go through but don’t disturb sleep since no horn honking or braking—-a worthy experience! Buy your supplies before arriving—-no grocery store for 20 miles. Restaurant and bar personnel great—-desk clerks are worst I’ve encountered anywhere...

The Izaak Walton Inn
User: Peter V from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 11, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
An historical inn, the way i used to be. Not much, even TV, in the rooms but a nice lobby area. Good location for hiking the National Park. For railfans, many trains. Restaurant is average, but avoid the pancakes. Got a good deal on a jacket at the gift shop. A unique advantage: right by the platform, though they do pick you up from the train.
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