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Many Glacier Hotel
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Reviewed September 25, 2013

If you're visiting Glacier National Park you want to stay here. This is where you'll see the most wildlife and have the most access to the best hiking. The hotel is charming. Of course it is old but the showers work, the beds are fine and the rooms are clean. If you are lucky or you planned ahead you can get a room with a balcony that overlooks the lake. The dining room serves quite good food. You can buy coffee, some yogurt for breakfast or an inexpensive sandwich to take hiking at the little place on the lower level. If you are planning your trip with only weeks to spare, keep checking for cancellations. They do happen. Stay at least 2 nights to experience the area.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 25, 2013

As many reviews have stated the location of Many Glacier hotel is one of the best available anywhere! The common areas of the hotel including the decks facing the lake and mountains are unbelievable. The great room and its huge fireplace are cozy, yet big enough for many people. The dining room was the best we ate in during a long vacation staying/eating at many National Park lodges. Get a beer at the Interlaken Lounge and carry it out to the deck, sit and soak up Mother Nature. You can sit here for hours and be continually overwhelmed by the scene.

The rooms are dated, not all that clean, and kind of noisy depending on the location you get. The additional cost of lake-side rooms wasn't worth it to us given the great common areas. Avoid the first floor at all cost especially on the East wing as that hallway is the main thoroughfare in the hotel.

Met some people staying at the Swiftcurrent Motor lodge who had nicer rooms but were enjoying the common areas of Many Glacier. I might take that approach next time, but I will definately be back. This place is fantastic if you are 10 or 100.

Room Tip: Avoid first floor Don't pay extra for lakeside unless you don't want to share your view.
  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 24, 2013

Many Glacier Hotel is a beautiful, old national park lodge (almost 100 years old). So you get what you pay for. Old facility, great location, very good service - probably typical of many NP lodges. We were enthusiastically greeted by a young bellman dressed in lederhosen. He set the tone for the service. Everyone from the front desk, to the boat tours, to the bar, to the waiters in the restaurant will very friendly and very service oriented. We stayed in room 226 which was a shared balcony twin bed room. The door side of the room was the second floor of the lobby. The balcony faced Swiftcurrent Lake and was one floor about a deck that was open to everyone (and often busy with guests). I was worried about the noise, but it was amazingly quiet. Since the rooms do not have A/C, we asked for a fan which was delivered to our room. The fan was a great addition as it helped reduce noise from the lobby and the deck below our room. I would strongly recommend requesting a fan for your room just in case it is noisy. The rooms are small, the bathroom is terribly small and the beds were nothing fancy (probably the smallest pillow I've ever seen in a hotel). But the location is so great that the fact that the rooms are nearly 100 years old seems irrelevant. I would definitely recommend this hotel if just for the location. Also, take the boat trip even if you are not hiking - there's lots of good information on the boat ride. Also, you should take the hike from Swiftcurrent Motor Inn to Fisher Cap lake. There are almost always moose hanging out in the lake.

Room Tip: Shared balcony rooms on the lake side have AMAZING views.
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank Jeff C
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Reviewed September 24, 2013

Of all our many trips to the US I don't think we have stayed in a nicer or more beautiful location. The joy of waking at sunrise to see the sun glinting on the mountain across Swiftcurrent Lake was special and cloud watching as they both meandered and rushed across our panoramic view was a great way to start or end the day.
Yes we were lucky in that we had a second floor lakeside room with balcony not far from the main lounge and that we were tired enough not to hear any noise from the lounge or other rooms but even so those minor inconveniences can in no way detract from the setting and the feeling that you are part of something very special.
Other things that have been mentioned such as small rooms (they were a decent size by UK standards), weak shower (not ours) or lack of wi-fi (come on you are on holiday in one of the most beautiful places on earth) were not an issue and even the food was above average for a National park lodge.
One final mention for the staff (especially ee Cummings - in joke) who showed professionalism and a degree of cheerfulness that went above and beyond what one would expect at the end of a long season. Many of them have been working there for years and bearing in mind that Xanterra will be taking over the franchise from next year, they never let the worry that they might not have employment to come back to affect them in any way.

Room Tip: Try for 224 if you don't mind being above the main lounge
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank adamhornets
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Reviewed September 24, 2013

We stayed here for 4 nights (begin september 2013) in a lakeside non refurbished room with shared balcony. Goal of the trip was hiking + spotting wildlife.

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Allthough old, the room was very nice. Shower and bed where good. Maybe the room was a tad noisy.
The view is to die for. If you stay here get a view. If you don't, your really missing out.
Nearby several nice hikes. We did Iceberg, Grinnell Glacier and Cracker Lake.
Stop by Fishcaperlake near the Swiftcurrent Inn. 3 times out of 4 we saw moose.

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Wifi is slow (even to slow).
The place can need some better managers for telling the kids that work there what to do. Now it's all not really efficient. Example: how the dinner-tables are attributed.
Be smarter: don't let the people who work there park in front of the hotel (by the lake). This takes away a bit of the charm.
Dinner options are limited. Do not expect gourmet cooking.
Room-keeping was NOK. First two days were acceptable. Last days only our bed was made up while the room could use a vacuumcleaning.
Need to learn geography. Belgium is not a town in Germany (we won the war) ; )

Overall: still great!

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank quaint
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