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Glacier Park Lodge
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Dreadful - Do NOT recommend
User: Trip20164074704 from:
Published Date: Mar, 3, 2023
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 1
This is an historic hotel with dreadful accommodations. The bed was small and uncomfortable. There was an old rickety desk and wood chair in the room and that's it. The bathroom was small and terribly outdated. The outside verandas had old furniture with dirty disgusting cushions. It cost well over $300 for a night and was not worth it. They need to totally refurbish the rooms and put in good furniture and bedding.

Not the best experience
User: Moore2this from: San Leandro, California
Published Date: Feb, 21, 2023
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2022
Rating: 2
Lovely place. However, when they are only at 30% capacity, which they were when we were there, they should do more to see if there is a better room available instead of a very small room on the first floor at the very end of the hall without any view of anything, other than stairs to a patio. I inquired but they were unable to do anything to accommodate us.

Lodge at Glacier Natl
User: lisamcott from: Charleston, South Carolina
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jan, 17, 2023
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
Charming, iconic and a wonderful location if visiting the park by train but rooms are very old and rustic. We had a large room with Mountain View across the parking lot but old bathroom with marginal function. The little village had some good restaurants. The shuttle service and concierge were good. It was the right lodging for our itinerary but a two star as far as hotels go.

Ups and downs
User: genenurse from: Oak Island, North Carolina
Published Date: Jan, 9, 2023
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 3
The hotel is an elderly landmark located right in front of the East Glacier Amtrak Station. The hotel sends a Red Checker taxi to meet the twice daily train arrival and transports you to the hotel, and back to the station for your departure. The staff at the hotel desk are all very nice and helpful. The lobby is massive, and decorated in a very rustic style. In the lobby there is an "Espresso Bar" which opens at 6:30 a.m. The service is very slow, only one person behind the counter, and all they serve is coffee. We were wishing for a pastry as the hotel does not include breakfast. The continental breakfast in the dining room is $15 per person; I can only imagine what the hot breakfast costs. Our first morning we arrived in the dining room for breakfast, went to the buffet, and there were empty chafing dishes up and down the line. We ended up eating food we did not want. We were told that we could go back through the line, as they would replenish the dishes. But of course that doesn't make any sense, as by then we were full of what we didn't want. They decided to charge us for continental instead of full buffet, but it left a sour note for us.

Quality accommodations east of Glacier NP
User: Tom R from: Kalamazoo, Michigan
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Nov, 29, 2022
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
This Lodge seems a close second to Many Glacier Lodge inside the park and allowed us to explore nearly all of the east side of Glacier Natl Park with a 3-night stay. We found the east much more enjoyable than the west side where we stayed 4 nights. The historic railroad-luxury buildings were somewhat primitive so don't expect many modern conveniences but that wasn't our goal. No elevator so be careful taking 2nd or 3rd floor rooms. Restaurant & bar were quality.

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