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Glacier Park Lodge
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Reviewed August 30, 2012

Spent our first night in Glacier National Park here on August 19,2012 . Great place to stay. Although the rooms are very authentic to the period in which the lodge was built it is like stepping back in history. The bed was comfortable and the room was clean. The main room is huge with a nice big fireplace. Authentic furniture and artifacts, and atmosphere. Although the temperature was in the 80's during the day a fire was in the fireplace in the morning and made it nice a cozy in the morning. Our room was on the second floor and we had access to the porch, which we took advantage of after dark. All of the staff at the hotel was very friendly and helpful. The food in the restaurant was good and offered some unusual dishes. We would stay here again.

Room Tip: There is no A/C in the rooms but it is not needed. The temperture at night cools off enough to cool the room with the windows and doors open.
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Lifebucket
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Reviewed August 27, 2012

From the moment you drive up towards the building, you are filled with a sense of awe, at the beautiful exterior. The well-groomed green space in front of the hotel is beautiful, and as you walk into the lobby, you feel like you are walking back in time (I know that sounds cliche, but it's true).

The lobby has plenty of character and is great for just grabbing a seat in the corner and watching the weather outside (or watching your fellow guests inside...).

The room itself was nice and clean, but not overly quiet, and that's just the price you pay, to stay in a neat, 100-year old hotel built by the Great Northern.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 26, 2012 via mobile

I gotta tell you.....after reading some of these reviews, I was ready to cancel my reservation. But as I sit in my room and type this review I am glad I did not.

This is a lodge and a grand one at that. Perhaps beause my wife and I are here after 'the rush' of the summer crowds it is more pleasant......or perhaps we are not as picky. (yet we are)

There are no elevators (but there are bell men)

The parking lot Is adjacent to the property ....but there is a loading zone at the front door.

The walls are thin....(and....?)

There is no cell service......Simoly not true. Spotty? - Yes. We have both AT&T and Verizon and were both able to send and receive both data and voice messages.

My wife and I are mid 40's and we were amazed and happy at the grounds, the sunset, the lobby, the fireplace and the service It was just cool.

Being from a big city, we like our Spas and 5 star restaurants and hotels.....but this was not one if those required times. It was just enjoyable. (Niot Biiltmore enjoyable.....yet enjoyable)

The outskirts of restaurants does not appear to be worth the trip and the outskirts of Browning MT are el-ghetto...so "buyer bewar"e. You have no idea of this activity once on the grounds of GPL

Have at it.







  • Stayed: August 2012
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Thank McRoadTrip
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Reviewed August 26, 2012

Another pretty setting in a small quirky Montana town. We stayed one night on our way to West Glacier. The little town had a great restaurant-Serranos. The hotel lobby is made with these huge logs--it was gorgeous. We played par 3 golf at night and visited the historic train station across from the hotel . The rooms were larger than those of Many Glacier and Lake McDonald and not as rustic.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank PittsburghBambi
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Reviewed August 25, 2012

We loved the ambience of the lodge. It forces you to relax, no TV's, very large, spacious, yet sparce rooms. THere is no air conditioning which didn't bother us at all - it was nice to have the windows open. We really enjoyed the lobby like no other hotel. We stayed there 3 nights and each night we hung out in the lobby, played games, chatted with others. We used the pool and the shuffleboard court. Just a really nice place to hang out after hiking. One disappointment for us was there was not hiking trails nearby that we could walk to. If we get a chance to go back we probably would stay at one of the hotels in the park but I think everyone should stay here at least once.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Solegirl_12
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