We had a wonderful stay at Glacier Guides Lodge! My friend and I were visiting a relative in the area and taking in the National Park. Our rooms were very comfortable and were appointed with all the comforts of home. The small propane wood stove was an added ambience and kept us warm and toasty. The shower was excellent water pressure and the towels were fluffy. We can't say enough about the yummy breakfast that was served each morning. A total spread of cold and hot items and the cookies and coffee available all day. There were several seating areas outside that we relaxed in while waiting for our ride to the park. This place was the total package!
My husband and I stayed at Glacier Guides Lodge for 3 nights. When we arrived, we were a bit nervous simply because of how “tucked away” the lodge was. However, we found our room to be spotless, welcoming and cozy. The beds were so comfortable and we slept with the windows open each night to enjoy the FRESH, CRISP air. Delightful!! The staff were very helpful and friendly. The breakfast each morning was above and beyond what we could have ever expected. We would stay at the lodge again in a heartbeat - they have it figured out! If you want a clean, relaxing, cozy and perfect place to stay, this is it!
A perfect place to stay very near but not in the park. The staff were all lovely and very helpful. The rooms were clean and the beds very comfy. Bonus: The lodge is a short walk down the road to the Belton Chalet and right across the road from the Amtrak station for those who want to see the west by rail.
Very much enjoyed our 3 days at this lodge. Quiet, small, woodsy and very personal (Thanks to Tiffany and Brando our lodge hosts). Well located in woods near Glacier National Park entrance. The room was very comfortable (room #6 2nd floor at end so facing with woods on two sides).
My wife and I enjoyed our stay. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was cozy as was the lodge. It is in the perfect place for visiting the west side of Glacier. The breakfast was also good.
Excellent location relative to Glacier Park, additionally location secluded in woods but close to park and resources. Room was clean and well appointed, bed was comfortable, excellent water pressure in roomy bathroom. Front porch invited fellowship with other guest and discussions of hikes etc. Rear porch provided woody seclusion. Breakfast the first day spoiled us, the croissant sandwich was a great day to start the day, unfortunately the 2nd morning the oven was broken, options were available, just got spoiled once I knew what I was missing. Highly recommend this location.
This is a very nice small hotel in a very convenient and quiet location. We stayed the first night after Labor Day when the rates went down for shoulder season, so we thought it was a good value for the great location very near the beginning of the west side of the wonderful Going to the Sun road in Glacier National Park. The building was well kept with beautiful flower boxes on the balcony and the rooms were comfortable with good beds. The hosts were very friendly and helpful.
The room was super clean and comfortable, with all the amenities. Breakfast choices were plentiful and delicious! We asked for sack lunches to take to the park and they were more than generous and also delicious. In contrast, we visited with some folks who were staying in the park lodging and they were not impressed with the accommodations or the food there. We told them to stay at Glacier Guides Lodge next time!
I have to say, this place is truly the best!!!! My husband and I stayed 5 nights here and thoroughly enjoyed our experience. The food was awesome. They even catered to our dietary needs. They don’t know just how much that meant to us. Each worker was so friendly and willing to answer questions or just chat about our experience. I loved the homey feel I got by being there. I also am big on eating organic/local foods and this is how they try to source their breakfast. The coffee was both locally ground and organic. Big win win for this coffee drinker! My husband and I checked our bikes on the plane and used our bikes to get around. The convenience of the location made this easy for us. We biked a little over 2 miles each way to the Apgar shuttle station to get on the free hikers shuttle. This prevented us from having to rent a car. We only used a (separate) shuttle service to get us to the lodge from the airport and back. Since we only had bikes, we thought we would be limited in how many restaurants we could eat at for lunch/dinner; however, this was not the case at all. There is a grocery store very close by. If you didn’t have bikes, you could even walk there. We used the grocery store to get things to pack for lunches on the trials. The lodge does provide trail lunches too if you would prefer the convenience of that though. For dinner, we ate at several restaurants within walking distance including Belton Chalet Dining, Glacier Highland Cafe, and West Glacier Cafe. One night we even rode on our bikes down to Coram (a little over 14 miles there and back) to have dinner at Josephine’s speak easy next to the local distillery. In addition to the restaurants and grocery store within walking distance, there are also several little shops you can buy all things huckleberry (a large market for this there), ice cream, or coffee. There’s many souvenir type stores. I cannot rave on this place enough. Comfortable beds, daily room cleaning (making up bed, refreshing towels as needed). I could continue on but you are probably tired of reading at this point. I guess you’ll just have to see it for yourself.…
I had a very nice experience at the lodge. The lodge is very pretty and the rooms are spacious, clean, and very comfortable. There are multiple areas to sit and lounge outside which is a nice touch. I would definitely recommend staying here.