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My husband and I stayed for two nights at this roadside motel as we explored east Glacier National Park. As has been stated, it is a blast from the past, but we so enjoyed our stay. The staff was delightful and helpful. We had made...More
Ryan, the owner, know everything about the area - attractions, hikes, restaurants. He is walking wealth of info - so you don't miss anything. He even knows the way around road construction.
The motel is quiet and clean - be sure to stay here when...More
Super cute and clean place! I loved it so much! This place looked like it was out of the 70s (much like the rest of the town) BUT that's a good thing! It has been well kept. It seemed so vintage and authentic but with...More
I loved this motel- from my parking space which was right next to my room (#18) , which made it easy to load and unload after long days in the park, to the location, which was within walking distance of the Lodge, the Whistle Stop,...More
We stayed here for four nights along with some college friends. Very clean and comfortable. Nothing fancy or special - just a nice clean place to stay. We would stay here again in the future. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The manager, Ryan,...More
Response from MariaFolsom | Property representative |
Truthfully, no. If your train arrives late (which often happens with Amtrak) you will not get a nutritious meal or even a snack after 9pm. I suggest all train travelers to carry a sandwich and fruit just in case. By the wya... More
Truthfully, no. If your train arrives late (which often happens with Amtrak) you will not get a nutritious meal or even a snack after 9pm. I suggest all train travelers to carry a sandwich and fruit just in case. By the wya, your choice of Mountain Pine Motel is excellent. Nicest place in town! (And I do not work there.)