Value at the parks
Just left after staying for 3 nights while visiting Glacier National Park and definitely worth 5 stars. We needed a pet friendly place for our frenchie and this place really was worth the money. For the price we paid, we stayed in a room right next to the main office/lobby. There are 2 units here and we figured it's to keep the dogs away from the other guests who are staying in the main 2-level inn (looks like a motel with log cabin flare). We liked our stay here. Easy parking right outside our place, with plasma screen tv, double queen beds, small fridge and microwave and coffee maker and hairdryer. The shower was decent and the beds were comfortable. The place was super cozy and you turn on the heater for 15 min and that'll keep you comfortable all night. The big thing for me was the room was quiet. We rarely heard the people next door (only heard the dog collar jingling a few times). The 2 units has an adjoining door so if you want connecting rooms, maybe you'll get lucky and get these two. The morning of our departure, we missed muffin morning by over 1.5 hours but when I asked, the manager kindly grabbed a bunch and wrapped it to go! It was really kind. This place also has RV park with showers, cabins (provide your own linens) and looks like the set up for teepees in the summer so it can meet anyone's travel needs. Adirondack chairs and patio seats in the front lawn and just sit and relax. Honestly, we paid over 3 times the price staying at Yellowstone in a hotel with thin walls right before we arrived here - this place is worth it. Short drive to west entrance of GNP and 20 min easy drive to Kalispell, one of the biggest cities in that part of Montana. A&W practically 3 min walking (we got a root beer float our first night!). This isn't a major chain hotel/resort. This isn't vegas and it's not meant to be fancy. It's a family run business, is basic but is a comfortable stay while being close to a popular national park. We've stayed at far worse places while on our road trip across the U.S. for over twice the cost so with all factors taken into account, I think they deserve the 5 stars.
Not a crowded facility, plenty of parkiiig, easy access ro all points in the region, and very clean.
The location to Glacier Park
The picture you see isn't what we get. It was fine but not what we expected. We're put in a little cottage of the main grounds
Rating Western Inn-Glacier Park
The place is clean, and comfortable. The staff is friendly and very helpful.
Western Inn-Glacier Park provides a charming setting when in Columbia Falls. It also offers laundry facilities, an express check-in and check-out feature and a BBQ/picnic area.
The hotel has 30 rooms, all of which are equipped with a variety of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Alpine Theatre Project, West Entrance Station and Glacier Park International Airport are around a half an hour drive from Western Inn-Glacier Park. Guests are able to visit Whitefish and Kalispell, located within an easy drive of the property.
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Glacier Basecamp Lodge is located at 7285 US Highway 2 East, 1.5 miles from the centre of Columbia Falls. Meadow Lake Golf Course is the closest landmark to Glacier Basecamp Lodge.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Glacier Basecamp Lodge.
Yes, Glacier Basecamp Lodge offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Glacier Basecamp Lodge does not offer free parking.
No, Glacier Basecamp Lodge does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Glacier Basecamp Lodge is 6 miles from Kalispell Glacier Park. Glacier Basecamp Lodge is 100 miles from Missoula Johnson-Bell Field.
Yes, Glacier Basecamp Lodge is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Glacier Basecamp Lodge does not have a pool on-site.