Don't know if it was because we were three adults, or because everything else had been rented already, but we ended up in a little house that's not really part of this property, just next door. The house is over 100 years old, full of strange cabinets, different floors (some very squeaky), a small step up or down between rooms, strangely located light switches, and some uncovered windows, which was strange, but we still enjoyed the place. The best thing was the free washer and dryer - we'd been on the road for over a week, so that was super. There were three queen-sized beds and two flat-screen TVs. Two of the beds were in an alcove off the living room, and the window across from them was uncovered - and that's where the sun came up, which was a bit disconcerting. We covered the window with plastic bags on our second night. It was a bit noisy because of all the Amtrak (and other) trains that come through the little town quite often, but we managed. I did move around some lamps so that I could read in bed - always an important thing to me! The place was absolutely spotless, and the kitchen was stocked for anything we wanted to fix - mostly coffee. We never got to the reception area for snacks, as we were in Glacier early (I think we ate peanut butter crackers and apples in the house before we left). Randy recommended Serrano's, which turned out to be a super restaurant in a little town that had little else to recommend it. I'd certainly go back and would love to see what a regular room looks like - although, having read CarolDM1900's review, I think we lucked up by having the house with the free washer and dryer!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a very nice family run motel. We pride ourselves on small town hospitality and clean updated comfortable rooms. We offer a continental breakfast, satellite TV, free WiFi, air conditioning, fridge and microwave. We also have irons, hair dryers, coffee pots and irons available upon request. We also have rooms with jacuzzi tubs. Our goal is to make your stay with us a great one and are here to serve you. We are local to the area and love to help you plan you vacation in Glacier in any way we can, whether it be helping you set up a tour with one of the tour bus companies or giving you tips on great trails to hike or place to see. We hope that when you leave Glacier your trip is a memorable one. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dancing Bears Hotel East Glacier Park