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Many Glacier Hotel


    Many Glacier Hotel
 in Babb

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  • Great lodge with magnificent view!

    by Knur on 2018-02-10 08:43 am

    Definitely go for the deluxe lake view rooms, they are expensive but totally worth it! Great restaurant! If you are staying in the Many Glacier area and like to splurge a little this is the place to stay at!

  • Lovely, Restored Hotel with Million Dollar View

    by RetiredTravelerTN on 2018-01-22 04:07 pm

    The interior restoration of this historic hotel has been well done! The public areas, guest rooms, and baths are in great shape. Check out the rebuilt double stairway between the main floor and lower level - graceful curves of beautiful wood! Stop to enjoy the views of Swiftcurrent Lake from the large picture windows or go out to the back deck. The lobby is grand - high ceiling, grand piano, plenty of seating, great fireplace.

    We had a lakeside with shared balcony room on the third floor of the annex. The queen bed is comfortable, and the bath has a new shower. The new sink is outside the bathroom - nice porcelain - I hope the guests take care of the new fixtures - not much space for leaving out toiletries. A bench sits at the foot of the bed; we initially did not have a chair for sitting, so we alternated between using the bench for our suitcase and for sitting. Most rooms seemed to have a chair, but for some unknown reason, ours did not.

    Our shared balcony only had seating at the opposite end of the balcony. We observed that other balconies had chairs at both ends of the balcony, so we requested seating on our balcony. When we still did not have a chair the next morning, we made a second request; a young girl brought up a couple of stackable chairs from a meeting room - not the typical balcony seating, but it worked. We moved the chairs between the balcony and the room as needed - at least we both had something to sit on when putting on our shoes. We were glad of the chairs to enjoy the gorgeous views of the lake and the lake activities during the second evening and second morning.

    Amenities are few and basic - a clothes rack for hanging clothes, a small tray with coffee maker and coffee, trash can, fan, nice towels, good linens. We were able to open the windows to air the room.

    Hotel staff - front desk, housekeeping, and maintenance -- are friendly and helpful. We found plenty of smiles and agreeable attitudes.

    While the interior restoration has been completed, much work needs to be done on the exterior. The screen door at our balcony was literally falling apart - a few nails needed - and the screen also needed repair. We encountered a maintenance man checking certain items for a repair list. The exterior also needs scraping and painting.

    The setting beside mountains and lake is lovely. The large pots of colorful flowers add to the natural beauty of the hotel structure. Parking is not convenient, and finding a spot in the middle of the day can be almost impossible; patience is key. The road between U S 89 and the hotel is in terrible shape - potholes galore - drive slowly and enjoy the view of Lake Sherburne along the way.

    We enjoyed our two-night stay at Many Glacier Hotel. A lakeside room is nice but not necessary since great views of the lake can be found from the lobby and the wraparound deck. We recommend a one or two-night stay if funds allow. Swiftcurrent Motor Inn at the end of the road is an alternative in the Many Glacier area.

  • Mice everywhere!

    by AdventureDust on 2018-01-22 03:17 pm

    I was so excited to stay in the infamous Many Glacier Hotel. That was before I realized that it is infested with deer mice! I stayed there 3 nights in August and there were deer mice in my room every night. No food in the room. Just water bottles, and one mouse woke me up with the sound of it biting through my water bottle. Another mouse came scurrying by while all of the lights were on in my room and towels were stuffed in the door to hopefully block any obvious opening for mice to enter.
    When I told the front desk about it, they said they would offer to move my room to a higher floor room but that even their top floor rooms had mice so they couldn't guarantee there would be no mice in the next room. I also saw a marmot in the hallway by the food storage closet on the lower floor of the hotel. Definitely didn't make me want to eat at their restaurant. I wish we had camped at a campground and saved a lot of money, while also ensuring that no mice would be crawling on us while we were sleeping.

  • Above Average National Park Room

    by LoveTravellingTLT on 2018-01-21 02:17 pm

    We love staying inside national parks. Our room (#48) was on the ground floor with a door to walk out to the lake at the back of the hotel. Very nice. The room was above average for a national park property. The ground floor has the coolest rooms. The weather was pretty hot in July, so it was nice to be in one of the cooler rooms.

    BE AWARE...there are no reserved parking spaces for hotel guests. Too unbelievable for words. Anyone who comes into the park can take a parking space for the day while a hotel guest can't even park to check into the hotel.

    Take the boat ride from Many Glacier Hotel with the Ranger and hiking included. This was a beautiful trip. We saw several moose, which was fantastic.

    Glacier NP is so crowded and yet there are not enough parking places to park your car at trail heads. We didn't hike as much as we anticipated due to the lack of parking.

    On the plus side, the park is beautiful and grand. Don't know what time of year is good to go there. We were there in July...the Going to the Sun Road had just opened, which is a must see.

  • A Historic Hotel

    by Val_Mansfield on 2017-11-08 06:45 pm

    This may be one of the great hotels of the US west but it is sadly lacking in some areas.

    The one lift was not working throughout our stay which made it difficult for some guests.

    The rooms were "quaint" but the shower was over an old claw footed bath with no hand holds and an Engineering Degree was needed to operate it.

    Beds were comfortable.

    The pubic rooms were quite nice and we had a good meal in the bar. Breakfast was also quite good.


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