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Many Glacier Lodge
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Wonderful stay
User: Roving60971072426 from:
Published Date: Sep, 5, 2023
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2023
Rating: 5
Love the spacious rooms though the shower was extra small! The private decks were great and the view was outstanding! Staff were very helpful and we loved the option to rent a rowboat and hang out on the lake for an hour. Convenient horse stables right there to have a ride through the park. The hotel is clean and quiet. Many Glacier was my favorite area of the park.

View with a room
User: Ewf173 from:
Published Date: Aug, 8, 2023
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2023
Rating: 5
Come to this Lodge for the location, the nature, the hiking and the views. It is a view with a room. And for us, it was worth every penny. The staff was welcoming and helpful, even at their busiest times. Some of the best trails in the park start (or can start - there are other trailheads) here. The lodge is something to experience and there was a 4:00 daily NPS guided tour - open to all, not just guests. Beds are comfortable, bathrooms are small but new looking and clean. But always remember this is a hundred plus year old lodge. No cell service, thin walls, no A/C. The luxury is the location and the view. We stayed in a lakeside with balcony and loved the view across the lake and watching bears through our binoculars on the surrounding hillsides. Once in a lifetime, though I’d happily come back every year if I could.

Stayed here just to experience the historic lodge
User: 07nan from: Crozet, Virginia
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 12, 2022
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
It's outrageously expensive to stay here, but you only live once and you can't take it with you, so we stayed one night as we moved around the park. It was worth it. The location is beautiful. Great views and so convenient for hiking the trails (we did see a moose out there!). The room we had (king room with a lake view and balcony) was large, the bathroom was brand new looking although the shower is quite small. It was very clean. Other reviewers have said you can hear a lot of noise and that is true, people showering and someone snoring... and a person next door coughing all night. Also we were right across from the ice machine so.... people getting ice at 6am. We only ate one meal here and it was breakfast, which was great. A large selection to choose from. But the main reason to stay is the access to hiking trails.

Great location but noisy
User: chichichicago from: Chicago
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 26, 2022
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
We stayed at Many Glacier for 3 nights last week. The location is PERFECT. There are great hikes here and less crowded then the ones off of road to the sun. Our room was comfortable- near the bar/ restaurant. It was a spacious- handicapped accessible room. No AC but the fan and open windows were OK. The thing that was bad is our room was near a stair case…there was clomping up and down the stairs at all hours. Fortunately we were getting up early so it wasnt the end of the world- but if you stay there and intend to sleep past 545- good luck. The food was ok- kind of what we expected. At least you could order off the menu unlike Lake MacDonald Lodge. The first night we had excellent service. The second night we had a dim wit wait on us…and because of that opted to get pizza and sandwich from the on premise store the third night. Again- no cleaning service but you can “ request” clean towels which we did one time. They took our towels and replaced with 1 towel set. We realized that too late.

Beautiful scenic area and 100 year old lodge
User: magrassman from:
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: Apr, 16, 2022
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2021
Rating: 5
I stayed here for location, and I like the turn of the century lodge. Don't expect a 5-star hotel in NYC. When I wasn't sleeping or eating, I was out hiking and for that it was just fine. I had a lake view that was beautiful. Because of COVID (June 2021) the seating area in the restaurant was closed. They served take out and everyone sat in the lobby & ate. Duh. I had the duck and short ribs. It was yummy and I liked the side of wild rice. It wasn't fancy but I wasn't there for fancy. The staff were all volunteer, mostly students, I guess. I enjoyed chatting with them. Folks were very pleasant. Don't expect professional staff. You're in the middle of Glacier Nat. Park ...

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