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This lodge is operated by Aramark under contract. It is run down and in need of much maintenance. During our stay there was no hot water. The person I talked with explained it had been down and maintenance was working on it. No offer for...More
Great venue. Lodges are much bigger then we expected. Food great and service very good. Local salmon and halibut great - portions huge so do share starters or desserts! The Ranger activities are not well advertised but are FAB - the talk by Matt was...More
Stayed two nights while visiting the national park. Pretty typical national park accommodation, basic in terms of facilities but location and setting difficult to beat. The rooms are off the grid so no phone signal, wifi or TV which is nice for a change, wifi...More
Had breakfast here before going on the boat tour. Everything was very nice. Service was really good and food came out quickly. Didn’t feel rushed to eat and leave. Wish we could have been able to stay at the lodge itself.
Stayed here for a night, to our unfortunate luck, there was no hot water when we most needed it. There was only one washing machine and it was busy we couldn't do our laundry.. So it was a bit inconvenient.
On the positive side, beautiful...More
As at most lodges within national parks, the food is somewhat expensive, in the $18 to $32 range. It's higher for more exotic meat. Generally, food is more expensive in Alaska because most of it has to be shipped in by boat... More
As at most lodges within national parks, the food is somewhat expensive, in the $18 to $32 range. It's higher for more exotic meat. Generally, food is more expensive in Alaska because most of it has to be shipped in by boat or plane. Now, depending on what you plan on doing in the Glacier Bay area, you need to figure the costs of getting to and from Bartlett Cove by taxi or whatever. Since I stayed at the Glacier Bay Lodge, I didn't have that expense. Plus, the Lodge has a free bus that goes to the airport for drop off and pick up each afternoon (the only time a plane lands in Gustavus). Most bed and breakfast only include breakfast and might have an evening meal, but nothing at lunch. Hope this helps.