Best Lodging Options in and around Glacier National Park 2021

Glacier National Park

Published: July 14, 2021

Glacier National Park is a treasure trove of amazing activities and unforgettable nature excursions. A day trip is not enough to fully explore the park and to take in everything that it has to offer. Stay for more than one day, I’m sure you won’t regret that decision.

 

Glacier has over a thousand camping sites to choose from; you can even camp by the river if you want, but camping is not for everybody. Maybe you’re not comfortable with being vulnerable while out in the wild or maybe you just want to spend the night in a comfortable bed after a long day of hiking.

 

Whatever your reason may be for not choosing to pitch a tent, you can always spend the night in one of the accommodation options that are available inside the park or you can also head out to one of Glacier’s gateway communities for your lodging needs.

 

Planning a trip to Glacier National Park? Check out this article that contains everything you need to know about the Crown Jewel of the Continent.

 

Hotels, Lodging, and Cabins in Glacier National Park

Spend the night in a historic grand hotel, cozy up in a cabin, crash in a comfortable motel, or sleep at a backcountry chalet similar to the ones that are typically found in the Swiss Alps; whatever your mood may be, there is an accommodation option for you in Glacier National Park.

 

What’s amazing about staying within park boundaries is the proximity to the amazing sights and activities that Glacier National Park has to offer. If you’re planning on covering a lot of ground during your visit, especially if it’s a short one, staying in one of the many accommodation options inside the park will be your best option.

 

Because of their prime location, most of the lodging options inside the park are booked pretty fast, especially during peak season. If you’re planning on staying in one of these properties, make sure to book your rooms as early as possible.

 

If you’re still looking for the perfect place to stay at for your trip to Glacier National Park, here are our favorite locations to help you narrow down your choices.

 

Village Inn at Apgar

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: No

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: No

Cable TV: No

 

The Village Inn at Apgar is a charming property with amazing views of the mountains and Lake McDonald.

 

The rooms in this property are rustic yet very comfortable. If you’re looking for a place where you can disconnect from the rest of the world, this inn is a good choice because there are no televisions, air-conditioning, and telephones in the rooms. What you do have is an incredible view of the lake. Cooking is only allowed in kitchen units and all guest rooms are non-smoking.

 

The location of the inn is definitely a guest favorite. Surrounded by stunning mountain views and Lake McDonald only a few steps away, we can watch the sunsets here forever. Aside from it being picturesque, the location is convenient as well. It’s a good place to stay at for a multi-day visit in Glacier.

 

Rustic is definitely a good word to describe this property. Built in 1956, the Village Inn at Apgar is an old property. The place could use some updating, but the rooms are clean and the staff is very friendly. If you’re used to certain comforts such as televisions and air-conditioning, this place is not for you.

 

All in all, the Village Inn at Apgar is a good place to stay at if you’re visiting Glacier National Park. What won me over is the stunning view of the sunset reflecting on the waters of Lake McDonald, which is located only a few steps away from the property. Visit this place and see if it’ll win you over, too.

 

 

Lake McDonald Lodge

Breakfast: Yes

Wi-Fi: Yes (Lobby only)

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: No

Cable TV: No

 

If you’re looking for a more upscale accommodation option near Lake McDonald, head over to Lake McDonald Lodge.

 

Nestled on the shores of the largest lake in Glacier National Park, Lake McDonald Lodge offers a unique gift shop, camp store, lounge, restaurant, and pizzeria. This property also offers access to numerous activities such as the Red Bus Tours and boat cruises.

 

Located on the northern shore of Lake McDonald, Lake McDonald Lodge has 82 guest rooms split between a main lodge and a row of duplex-style cabins. All available guest rooms are rustic yet comfortable, offering modest amenities and old-world style accommodations. A stay in Lake McDonald Lodge is definitely a one of a kind National Park lodging experience.

 

Similar to the Village Inn, the location of Lake McDonald Lodge is definitely what attracts visitors the most. Being a lakefront property in a gorgeous lake is definitely what makes this lodge a prime destination. Plus, it’s located within park boundaries, which is convenient; so expect a lot of competition for the rooms.

 

The price, though, is a little pricey. The rooms are comfortable and clean but they are basic at best and can be quite cramped. The Wi-Fi is not that reliable and there is no cell signal in this location. If you’re only considering the rooms, the price may not be the best value for your money. But the prime location of the property is what makes this lodge irresistible for many visitors.

 

If you’re looking for an iconic place to stay at for your visit to Glacier National Park, definitely check out Lake McDonald Lodge. The location is amazing but the rates can be quite pricey. If you don’t mind the price tag, sit back and enjoy the amazing lake, sunset, and mountain views from your room in Lake McDonald Lodge.

Many Glacier Hotel

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: No

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: No

Cable TV: No

 

Sometimes considered as America’s Switzerland, it is only fitting to stay at Swiss-style lodge when you visit Glacier National Park.

 

Many Glacier Hotel is located on the banks of Swiftcurrent Lake and at the base of Mt. Grinnell. The hotel is surrounded by amazing views of the lake and the mountains but the hotel itself is also an amazing sight to see.  Activities such as Red Bus tours, boat cruises, and horseback riding are all available in this location.

 

This Swiss-style lodge has 214 rooms and offers a fine dining restaurant, lounge, gift shop, and snack shop. All guest rooms are rustic yet comfortable, in keeping with the era in which the hotel was built. Aside from the picturesque location, Many Glacier Hotel provides access to numerous amazing hiking trails such as the Swiftcurrent Lake Nature Trail and the trail to Grinnell Glacier.

 

Many Glacier Hotel is definitely a top choice for accommodations within park boundaries. The location of the hotel is simply stunning. Swiftcurrent Lake is mesmerizing and the surrounding peaks are amazing to look at as well. What I especially loved about the location is its proximity to a number of amazing trails. If you’re planning on hiking to see Grinnell Glacier, Many Glacier Hotel is right at the beginning of this trail.

 

Booking a room in this historic hotel can be quite pricey. Many Glacier Hotel was built in 1914 so expect the property to be a bit dated. Renovations have been made but the original feel of the place remains the same.

 

If you’re planning on exploring the Many Glacier Area, a stay at Many Glacier Hotel will not only be memorable but practical as well. From its surrounding views to its cozy interior, this Swiss-style lodge definitely made me fall in-love. Who knows, you might just fall in love with this hotel, too.

 

Aside from these locations that we mentioned, there are many more accommodation options inside the park. What makes these locations famous is their historical value and, of course, the convenience that they offer. Friendly tip: book your rooms early; you’re not the only one who wants to stay in these properties.

 

Best Places to Stay Near Glacier National Park: The Five Gateway Communities

If you’re looking to explore more of Montana during your trip to Glacier National Park, it’s a good idea to stay in one of the five gateway communities that surround the park.

 

East Glacier

Located near Glacier National Park’s eastern entrance, East Glacier has been accepting visitors for more than 100 years. What attracts travelers to this location, aside from its proximity to Glacier National Park, is the legendary mountain hospitality, amazing vistas that are stretched in every direction, and quiet trails that lead to spectacular lookouts.

 

If you’re considering staying at East Glacier, here are our top accommodation recommendations.

 

Glacier Park Lodge

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: Yes
Air-conditioning: No

Cable TV: No

 

A historic hotel that is over a hundred years old, Glacier Park Lodge is a charming property that  is located just across the street from the Glacier Park Amtrak Train Station.

 

Built in 1913, Glacier Park Lodge is definitely old but the property is very well maintained. The lobby will surely take your breath away as it is lined with massive Douglas fir and cedar poles that were cut and transported from Oregon and Washington. The rooms, though, are quite basic but they are definitely clean and comfortable.

 

Glacier Park Lodge is steeped in the culture and history of the Great Northern Railway and Blackfeet Indians. Despite its ancient roots, the hotel offers modern amenities such as a heated swimming pool, a nine-hole golf course, in-room telephones, a nine-hole pitch-n-putt golf course, gift shop, lounge and the outstanding Great Northern Rib and Steak House. In addition to these, the location of the lodge is stunning as well as convenient.

 

Since the property is dated, expect the rooms and adjoining bathrooms to be dated as well. They can be quite cramped, especially the bathrooms. These issues were not that big of a deal for us because everything else in the lodge makes up for it. Guests absolutely loved the amazing scenery that can be seen from this property. The amenities, especially the pitch-n-putt, were absolutely adored by other guests as well. If you’re a commuter, this hotel is a good choice because of its proximity to the train station.

 

A stay in Glacier Park Lodge will definitely leave a lasting impression, especially the feeling of standing in the lobby, surrounded by massive tree trunks. The location is steeped in history as well, which we absolutely loved. If you’re staying in East Glacier, we definitely recommend that you check out Glacier Park Lodge.

Travelers Rest Lodge

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: No

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: No

Cable TV: No

 

Just down the road from Glacier Park Lodge is the Travelers Rest Lodge, a collection of quaint cabins, nestled among Aspen trees.

 

The cabins of the Travelers Rest Lodge are very cozy and private. They are equipped with large, covered front porches, kitchenettes, a dining area, full baths, and gas-log fireplaces. The decor is rustic, with log beds, open log ceilings, and fir flooring. After a long day of hiking and exploring in Glacier National Park, it’s very comforting to return to this lodge, prepare your own meals, and rest up for another day of adventure.

 

Guests absolutely loved Robert and Diane, the amazing hosts of the Travelers Rest Lodge. They are very hands on and attentive to the needs of their guests. The location of the cabins is well loved as well because of the privacy and serenity that it offers. If you’re lucky, you might be able to spot some deer wandering near the cabins.

 

We really have nothing but praises for the Travelers Rest Lodge. The property is amazing, clean, and well maintained. The hosts are an absolute delight. The surrounding aspen grove and mountain sights definitely complete the cozy cabin experience. We’ll definitely stay in this location again.

Mountain Pine Motel

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: No

Cable TV: Yes

 

Mountain Pine Motel is a budget friendly motel that is only minutes away from the Two Medicine Entrance to Glacier National Park.

 

The Mountain Pine Motel has 25 available units, nestled in a beautiful lodge pole pine forest on the edge of East Glacier Park. The motel is within walking distance of numerous restaurants, stores, hiking trails and a historic 9 hole golf course. The surroundings of this property are absolutely gorgeous.

 

Many guests loved their stay at the Mountain Pine Motel. This family owned property is managed by very friendly staff and the rooms are very clean and well-maintained as well. There are no AC’s in here, which might be a bit of a problem on a hot day but the weather is quite pleasant most of the time. Another amazing amenity of this motel is the decent and usable Wi-Fi.

 

Since this is a budget-friendly motel, you might not find the other amenities that fancier places offer like shampoo, conditioner, a hair dryer, etc. It was not a problem for us because even if these amenities were not present, the rooms are spacious and very comfortable. Guests absolutely loved the comfortable beds; some even said that they were better than those in fancier hotels.

 

If you’re looking for an amazing and budget friendly accommodation option in East Glacier, we definitely urge you to check out the Mountain Pine Motel. Their services are amazing and the rooms are definitely a bang for your buck.

St. Mary

If you’re planning on thoroughly driving and exploring Going-to-the-Sun Road, staying at St. Mary will be your best option. This iconic and stunning mountain road begins (or ends) at St. Mary.

 

Here is our favorite place to stay at in this location.

 

St. Mary Lodge and Resort

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

St. Mary Lodge and Resort is an amazing accommodation option in St. Mary that has offerings for everybody, whatever your budget and taste level may be.

 

Located just outside Glacier National Park’s east entrance on the iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road, St. Mary Lodge and Resort offers guests the experience of the location’s natural beauty, coupled with modern amenities. There are 115 rooms available that are spread over seven facilities. The vibe of the rooms goes from rustic to upscale, depending on how much you’re willing to pay.

 

What attracts most visitors to St. Mary Lodge and Resort is its location. It’s very close to the national park and the Going-to-the-Sun Road, which is a great advantage, especially during peak seasons. The balconies are a nice place to relax at while gazing at the marvelous views of the mountains and stream.

 

The rates of the rooms in this property can be quite pricey, especially during peak tourist seasons. We recommend that you book early to be able to score good deals. For some, the price is not that worth it. It was fine for us because of the beautiful and convenient location of the hotel.

 

St. Mary Lodge and Resort is a good place to stay at, mostly because of its proximity to Glacier National Park. The amenities are nice as well, but of course, there are always things that can be improved.

West Glacier

Travelling with family is always fun. If you’re visiting Glacier National Park with your loved ones, consider staying at West Glacier. Filled with nostalgic sunny vibes, West Glacier’s bold, dramatic, rugged, and inspiring scenery is perfect for the whole family.

 

Here are our recommendations for amazing lodging options in West Glacier.

 

Glacier Outdoor Center

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

If you’re looking for the perfect base camp in West Glacier for your trip to Glacier National Park, the Glacier Outdoor Center might be the perfect location that you’re looking for.

 

Located in the heart of West Glacier and only a few minutes away from the west entrance of Glacier National Park, Glacier Outdoor Center offers comfortable accommodations in the form of cozy log cabins. These cabins are fitted with modern amenities and amazing views of the mountains.

 

Glacier Outdoor Center remains true to its name and offers a multitude of outdoor activities that can be enjoyed by guests. Depending on your mood, you can play horseshoes, volleyball, and even practice casting in their trout pond. This place is also a great base camp for activities like whitewater rafting, scenic float trips, and guided fly fishing.

 

The location of this property is absolutely amazing. The surroundings are very beautiful, the cabins are nice and private, and it’s very close to Glacier National Park. The amenities that they offer are complete and very convenient. If you choose to cook your own meals in the kitchen in the cabins, you’ll be able to save some money. The property is very clean as well and the staff is very friendly and hands on.

 

One thing to note is their strict cancellation policy, which is mostly because of their short opening season. If you want more flexibility in your booking, you can avail of their trip insurance, which allows you to cancel your reservation up until 14 days before your trip for a full refund.

 

All in all, Glacier Outdoor Center is an amazing place to stay at in West Glacier. The cabins are nice, the staff is very friendly, and the location is both beautiful and convenient. We couldn’t ask for more.

West Glacier Cabin Village

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

West Glacier Cabin Village is a collection of small yet comfortable cabins that are only about a year old.

 

The cabins are nicely decorated and are well equipped with amazing amenities, including a full kitchen. Wi-Fi is available as well as air-conditioning and a flat screen TV. The location is nice as well because it’s near Glacier National Park, grocery stores, restaurants, and various outdoor activities. The cabins are very clean as well.

 

If you’re looking for a simple and cozy lodge for your trip to Glacier, you can’t go wrong with the West Glacier Cabin Village. The property may not be as seasoned as its competitors, but it’s definitely worth the consideration.

Glacier Guides Lodge

Breakfast: Yes

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

Complete the nature theme of your trip to Glacier National Park and spend the night in Glacier Guides Lodge, an eco-friendly B&B style lodge in West Glacier.

 

National Parks are all about sustainability and protecting nature, which is why I was very delighted when I learned about Glacier Guides Lodge. The fact that it is eco-friendly is what initially drew me to the property but everything else about it is amazing as well.

 

The lodge is situated in a forested canyon above West Glacier. The place is very serene, peaceful and beautiful. The trees and the flowers are very pleasing to the eyes. Each room is equipped with a full bath, two queen beds, an AC, Wi-Fi, Dish TV, daily maid service, and a full continental breakfast. You can also book outdoor activities such as rafting, hiking, biking, and fishing through their main office.

 

Guests absolutely loved Glacier Guides Lodge. The place is very clean and the staff is very friendly and accommodating. Of course, the location is a big hit. It’s very convenient because it’s very close to restaurants and the park itself but it’s still very cozy and private. If you’re lucky, you might be able to spot some wildlife wandering around the property.

 

I’m absolutely in love with Glacier Guides Lodge and not only because it’s eco-friendly but because it’s an amazing property as well. Given the chance, we’ll definitely be back for more.

Whitefish

A lively and bustling mountain town, Whitefish, has everything you’re looking for. From a shimmering lake, high peaks, trails in every direction, and a fun and funky town center, Whitefish is definitely a top choice for accommodations when visiting Glacier National Park.

 

Check out our accommodation recommendations so that you won’t be too much of a fish out of water when you visit.

 

Lodge at Whitefish Lake

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: Yes
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

The Lodge at Whitefish Lake is a stunning property that caters to a wide variety of visitors.

 

Types of accommodations in the Lodge include classic hotel rooms in the Viking Lodge, suites in the main lodge, Lakefront condos, and Viking Creek luxury homes. On site amenities include the Boat Club Restaurant, the Spa at Whitefish Lake offering full day spa services, the Coffee Dock café (seasonal), Lakefront Tiki Bar, the full-service Marina at Whitefish Lake, Viking Falls indoor pool & hot tub, Lakefront hot tub and seasonal outdoor pool, concierge services, the Mercantile at the Lodge, an airport, downtown & ski shuttle service, and free parking.

 

What we like about the Lodge is the variety of room options that they have and, of course, the massive amount of onsite amenities; relaxing at the spa after a tiring day of hiking in Glacier National Park sounds like heaven to me. The views and vegetation surrounding the property are very beautiful and relaxing to look at.

 

No place is perfect, though, and the Lodge at Whitefish Lake also has its own flaws. The Wi-Fi is not that good at certain places and the staff could be a bit more attentive to the guests. But despite these shortcomings, the whole experience in the Lodge is certainly worth experiencing and remembering.

The Firebrand Hotel

Breakfast: No

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

If you’re getting tired of the rustic theme of most accommodations near Glacier National Park, head over to Whitefish’s, The Firebrand Hotel, for a more modern accommodation that is located in the heart of a bustling city.

 

The goal of The Firebrand Hotel is to provide urban sophistication and service combined with the atmosphere and adventurous style of Northwest Montana’s rugged landscapes. After spending some time in log cabins or log cabin inspired rooms, a modern change in setting is definitely welcome. I definitely appreciated the industrial and modern look of the property.

 

Because the hotel is in the heart of downtown Whitefish, boutique shops, art galleries, dining, and nightlife options are only a short walk away. Activities such as skiing, golfing, hiking, and biking are also easily accessible from the property. At the end of a tiring day, head over to the rooftop and admire the gorgeous mountain views while relaxing in a hot tub or warming up near a fire pit.

 

Everything about Firebrand is good. The rooms are nice and clean, the rooftop is amazing, and the location can’t be beaten. The staff, though, could be better. Other guests also noted that although some staff members are amazing and very accommodating, others are just rude and hard to handle.

 

All in all, we would still recommend a stay in The Firebrand Hotel, mostly because of the whole Firebrand experience. If you’re visiting Glacier National Park and also want to experience and explore its surrounding towns, we recommend The Firebrand Hotel for your stay in Whitefish.

Kandahar Lodge

Breakfast: Yes

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: No
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

If you’re visiting Glacier National Park and are planning on going skiing after, checkout the Kandahar Lodge, which is located at the Whitefish Mountain Resort.

 

We’re going back to rustic accommodations with the Kandahar Lodge. Each room’s furnishing is reminiscent of a log cabin, which in my opinion is perfect for a mountain trip. Rooms are also equipped with air-conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a microwave, and a small refrigerator. If you’re spending the night here, you won’t have to worry about breakfast because it’s already included in the rate.

 

We definitely recommend that you enjoy the wood burning fireplace in the lobby while lounging in comfortable couches and enjoying the free Wi-Fi. If you’re looking for other ways to relax, they have a large outdoor hot tub, a steam room, an exercise room, and a massage treatment room available for guests to use.

 

When it comes to food and drinks, the Kandahar Lodge has its own fully licensed bar and a gourmet restaurant that serves dinner only.

 

If I were to pick one thing that I absolutely love about this place, it will definitely be the cozy fireplace in the lobby. Everything else was amazing as well. The staff was nice and friendly, the rooms are comfortable and cozy, and the restaurant is definitely a must try. The shuttle services that they offer are very convenient as well.

 

The only downside to this place is its lack of elevators. You have to take the stairs to navigate across the different parts of the hotel, which is not convenient at all. If you have problems with mobility, this place may not be for you. Also, the lodge is around an hour’s drive from Glacier National Park so keep that in mind if you’re planning on staying here for your trip to the park.

 

The Kandahar Lodge is a good place to stay at because of its amazing amenities and nice staff. They can definitely improve the quality of their service more if they had elevators.

Kalispell

Explore and enjoy Kalispell, a place where the spectacular mountains rise, the crystal-clear rivers and lakes sparkle, the comfortable accommodations rejuvenate, and the tasty craft beers refresh. Stay at the Soul of Montana for your trip to Glacier National Park.

 

We recommend that you include these properties in your hunt for the perfect place in Kalispell.

 

Country Inn and Suites by Radisson

Breakfast: Yes

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: Yes
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

Convenient, clean, and close to Glacier National Park is the perfect description for the Country Inn and Suites by Radisson in Kalispell, Montana.

 

If you’re arriving in Montana for your trip to Glacier National Park via plane, the Country Inn and Suites may be a good accommodation option for you because it’s located only two minutes away from Glacier Park International Airport. The hotel is also closer to Glacier National Park than most hotels in the area.

 

The hotel is nicely decorated with a very rustic theme, especially for the lobby. The surrounding views of Glacier National Park and the Rocky Mountains are amazing. The view is especially good in the second floor indoor/outdoor lounge. There is a two-story fireplace in the lobby, which is an amazing spot for a chill and relaxing afternoon.

 

The hotel also offers various activities for guests such as golf and an indoor pool, equipped with a waterslide. The hotel also has a fitness center, an indoor spa, and a Montana-themed gift shop.

 

Compared to the lobby, the rooms are not heavily decorated, which is a plus for me. They are very clean and comfortable as well. The location is nice because it’s close to an airport and to Glacier National Park. The surrounding views are just plain amazing. But, what I absolutely loved about this place is their amazing staff, especially the people at the front desk.

 

The Country Inn and Suites by Radisson is a good place to stay at if you’re visiting Glacier National Park, a sentiment that is shared by the other guests who stayed in this hotel for their trip to the Crown Jewel of the Continent.

 

Homewood Suites by Hilton

Breakfast: Yes

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: Yes
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

Located around 30 minutes away from Glacier National Park, the Homewood Suites by Hilton is another good choice for accommodations in Kalispell, Montana.

 

As stated in the name, Homewood Suites is an all-suite hotel. They offer complimentary Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, and free parking. They also have an indoor pool, a fitness center, a business center, conference rooms, and a 24-hour snack shop on site.

 

One of the things that I love about this hotel is the fact that all suites have a fully equipped kitchen, a luxury that most places don’t offer. The rooms are clean and nicely decorated. The staff is very friendly and accommodating to the needs of their guests as well.

 

Location is always a major factor when choosing a place to stay at. The Homewood Suites is located around 30-45 minutes away from Glacier National Park. There are also lots of chain restaurants and shopping opportunities nearby in downtown Kalispell.

 

All in all, a stay at the Homewood Suites by Hilton is quite good. The highlight of the stay for me is the hotel’s proximity to Glacier National Park and downtown Kalispell.

Best Western Plus Flathead Lake Inn and Suites

Breakfast: Yes

Wi-Fi: Yes

Swimming Pool: Yes
Air-conditioning: Yes

Cable TV: Yes

 

Looking for a nice place that is in a centralized location between various destinations? Check out Best Western Plus Flathead Lake Inn and Suites.

 

Flathead Lake Inn and Suites is centrally located between Bigfork, Kalispell, and Lakeside. From the hotel, you can access various locations such as Glacier National Park, Blacktail Mountain Ski Resort, and the Jewel Basin after a short drive.

 

The ambience of the place perfectly captures a “Montana Lodge” vibe. The property has an indoor pool and hot tub that are open 24 hours a day for guests to enjoy. Rooms are equipped with microwaves and refrigerators. Breakfast is complimentary and the hotel also provides delicious and unique main dishes that are rotated daily.

 

One thing to note is that this hotel is pet friendly. If you’re travelling with your furry companion, there is a plush and green lawn near the property for their enjoyment. If I had a pet to travel with, this location would definitely be one of my top choices.

 

Guests absolutely love the customer service in Flathead Lake Inn and Suites. Everybody was nice and the needs of the hotel guests were met. One thing that can make or break a business is customer service and this hotel did not disappoint. The rooms were very clean and well maintained as well.

 

The location is nice and it allows you to access multiple amazing locations but if you’re looking for something nearby, you won’t have much luck. Restaurants and the likes are not walking distance. Bringing a car is ideal if you’re staying here.

 

If you’re looking for a nice place to stay at with excellent customer service and great amenities for your trip to Glacier National Park, you won’t go wrong with Best Western Plus Flathead Lake Inn and Suites.

 

Conclusion

If you’re visiting Glacier National Park, we definitely recommend that you check out and enjoy its surrounding communities as well. One way to do this is by looking for accommodation options in said communities. Even if you can only explore these places after a long day in Glacier National Park, that is still better than not exploring at all.

 

Whether you decide to stay within park boundaries or in one of Glacier’s gateway communities, we hope that this article was able to help you in your search for the perfect accommodation for your trip to Glacier National Park.

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