For people who like roughing it, this campground is not for you. You get to take all your gear on the bus, there are wood stoves and toilets in the outhouses. Because you don't have to walk in, there are lots of families. Of course, the kids have a limited appreciation for the great outdoors and are just as happy to play "kick the can" or "tag" in the tent sites. The mosquitoes can be horrendous - hope for freezing nights or bring nets for your face.
Mornings are often lovely - it's cool and quiet and you can get up and out early to enjoy what we're all really there for: the superb mountain scenery and pristine lakes.
Options in order of cost: lodge (hugely expensive), B & B in town then take a bus in and out (need 3 day minimum booking), huts (good luck getting in - lottery system). I've been surprised at how difficult it is to book the bus this year.
One further warning: you can get everything booked, and all your gear in order, then arrive when it's pouring rain - no views and difficult scrambling. (consolation is there are no mosquitoes). But if the weather holds - you will enjoy the most marvellous hiking in the world.