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Many Glacier Hotel

    Many Glacier Hotel
 in Babb


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  • Gorgeous climb to Grinnell Glacier

    by MJC36467 on 2017-10-10 03:53 pm

    We had the best time staying four nights at the Many Glacier Hotel in August 2017. The rooms were big, the beds and showers were nice, and the deck allowed us to sit outside in the evening. The hotel's two restaurants were nice. We had the breakfast buffet all four mornings. Waiting for a dinner table from about 6-8pm was a challenge a couple of nights but the food was great once we were seated. I had the elk sloppy joe one night, a bison burger the next night, and the last night we were first in line for the main dinning room and had bison steak. Our third night we skipped the dining rooms and bought deli sandwiches and Huckleberry Lager beer at hotel store and had a picnic on our deck. The best part of the hotel was the unbelievable location in front of Swift Lake, the mountains surrounding us, and the hiking trails. Of course, we hiked to the Grinnell Glacier and back one beautiful day. I've climbed Mt Fuji, toured the Grand Canyon, and drove through Rocky Mountain National Park. This beat all of them for an experience. We got to the top to see the Grinnell Glacier and a "hidden" Upper Grinnell Lake full of icebergs. We saw bighorn sheep along the way. Another day was spent riding the famous red roofless buses. We met our Red Bus tour driver, Sharlene, at 8:50 am. It was cold so she passed out blankets. We rode the length of the Going-to-the-Sun road stopping along the way at various vista points and Logan's Pass. About 10 am, Sharlene stopped and removed the canvas top after it became warmer which made the ride more interesting. We reached the Lake McDonald lodge around 12:45 for lunch at Jammer Joe's. The afternoon tour reversed course and ended back at the hotel at 5 pm. Our final day we hiked to Red Rock Falls trail and stopped for pie at the Motor Inn on the way back. The only TV was in the sports bar. Wi-Fi was spotty in the great room so I didn't use it. Our cell phones didn't work inside the park. But you know what? It was a great experience. We talked to each other face to face!

  • Quaint hotel with great view of the lake & mountains

    by Chris R on 2017-10-01 07:52 am

    We stayed here on 9/17/2017. Very quaint hotel and nice lobby. The rooms are very small but nice and could use refreshing. Has WiFi but it is very slow. We enjoye our stay and there are plenty of hiking trails nearby. Also, the Swan Outfitters trail rides are right on site; which is convenient.

  • One night

    by donandbobbi on 2017-09-30 05:54 pm

    A very beautiful place to stay. Not cheap, but no place in the park is. This hotel is on a beautiful lake. This part of the park doesn't have as many nice attractions or trails but is still worth a visit. Staff was very nice.

  • Dated rooms, comfortable stay

    by V4844SHlisar on 2017-09-29 03:42 pm

    The rooms here are old, but that's what you get with a historical hotel. They try to keep it clean and comfortable,and we enjoyed ourselves. I thought it was a good value compared to other Glacier hotels, and you can't beat the location for hiking or the view. Also, the shampoo and conditioner they provide smells like the is awesome!

  • Spontaneous Labor Day getaway

    by cathigreen on 2017-09-29 10:20 am

    Always stay in a National Park if possible- a lesson learned long ago- so as to avoid lines etc. Many Glacier, the "Queen"of the park did not disappoint. Though we decided just a week before to check off another bucket list visit and went online to see what we could find in Glacier. The online booking service is quite efficient and changes often. We felt lucky to score a Saturday night room for two at Many Glacier!
    Our room was 2 twins, facing the mountain. We had a lovely balcony. The linens were top notch, freshly crisp cottons, and the room offered plenty of plugs, coffee, tea, and other personal necessities.
    There was an easy elevator access to our third floor or stairs.
    The Resort was spacious, historic, and beautifully situated with lake and glacier views. We dined in the restaurant several times and loved everything we ordered. We especially enjoyed chatting with all of the staff who traveled from many other countries and states to spend their summer working at the resort.
    I highly recommend spending at least one night in this fantastical place to take advantage of nearby hikes, adventures, and simple relaxation.

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