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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

St. Mary's was a good location for our trip to Glacier National Park. We were traveling from the West side to the East side and needed a night of lodging. We got a basement room which was "no- frills" which was fine since we were expecting that from previous TripAdvisor comments. We were disappointed with the fact that we could hear the couple's conversation in the room next to us as if they were sitting in our room. Very thin walls!

Date of stay: September 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Up front, be clear about where you are booking a room at this resort. We had an enjoyable stay in Room #307, which is on the top floor of an annex to the lodge. There is also the lodge, "tiny house" cabins, and I think other options. All are very close to the St. Mary end of the national park, which IMHO has the best views from there to Logan Peak.

Our room had two queen beds and a balcony (2 chairs) with a gorgeous view to Singleshot Mountain. Each bed had four pillows including some down, which made a very comfortable stay.

Other furniture in the room included a love seat and hassock, big desk and chair, 2-drawer chest. There was a lot of bear, moose, and north woods themed decor, which some may think kitschy, but I found charming. Bears in the bathroom!!

Amenities may vary with room type, but we had a wet bar, fridge, coffee maker, iron/board. No microwave or in-room safe.

There is a TV with a lot of channels, many that we enjoy. However, there was ALOT of infomercial type junk stations that might be a function of what is available in the area. It would have been nice to have a printed guide so that you would not wade through dozens of channels of junk.

Wifi worked really well for us, and we really appreciate that it was a secure network. Too many hotels these days offer so-so free wifi on dodgy unsecured networks.

Roomy bathroom with large vanity to spread out your stuff. Tub/shower combo. Toiletries included shampoo and bath gel -- no conditioner or body lotion.

Spotless housekeeping. Friendly, professional, helpful staff at the desk, restaurants, luggage help, etc.

On site: a nice dining room for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with good food and a view. Bar area also with a view and more casual menu. The Glacier a Perk had the best coffee we've had in our few weeks of travels. I'll write more about those places in separate listings.

Nice gift shop that stocks a quality assortment of items, including fine crafts, jewelry, national park merchandise, etc. (note to buyer: travelers want flip-top toiletries, not pump bottles of body lotion. They stocked a really nice line, but I don't want to deal with a pump when traveling.)

The resort complex also has a small grocery store for a lot of need, an outdoor clothing and gear shop, and a sandwich shop (which was closed late in the season.)

This lodge is a great location at the national park entrance. Having traveled through a lot of the park over 5 days, I think the peaks on this side of Logan Pass are more majestic that from the west side entrance.

The downside is that there are few other places for dinner, pizza, etc. on this side of the park outside of the resort, and some close up earlier than the park does. Again, the food is good at the resort, but we like to try other possibilities. The towns on the west side of the park have more going on for other businesses.

One other thing: September was a nice time to visit the park -- fewer crowds than you'd find before Labor Day. Still busy enough, but we could usually find parking in any turnout or parking lot we wanted.

So, we'd be happy to stay here again if visiting Glacier. Too bad the park does not stay open longer.

Date of stay: September 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had read enough reviews to expect Motel 6 quality for high-end prices, but we understood that we were paying for the location (literally seconds to the park entrance). What we did not expect, though, was a nightclub immediately adjacent to the "west annex" of the motel and the small houses for rent. The music was obscenely loud on both nights of our stay (Tuesday and Wednesday nights). Our room reverberated with the bass of the DJ's music and lasted until 2am eliminating any possibility of a good night's sleep. If you choose to stay there (again, location is unbeatable for visiting the east side of the park), make sure you pack ear plugs and Advil PM (and m

Date of stay: September 2019
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very good location. Service was very friendly and helpful. Would have preferred larger accommodations and more amenities. Internet was very spotty. Restaurant offered good selection of items. Would stay again if I could have a better room to select from.

Date of stay: September 2019
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The tiny house concept is certainly a unique on..... What a great way to make use of older cabins that are to small for todays ideas....
The diining room was a great experience also... Good local food and good service.... Thank you for such a nice experience in Glacier I only wish we had stayed there our first night and not at the outdated Glacier Park Lodge

Date of stay: September 2019
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