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Circle R Motel is offering accommodations in East Glacier Park. The property has room service and an ATM for guests. The rooms in the motel are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
It is close to Glacier Park Lodge (opposite side of road), just across from the rail station (Amtrak). It is quiet inside, well equipped and far cheaper than Glacier Lodge. You can pay with card. There is a restaurant in the back of the motel and a small but well equipped grocery store (they even have souvenirs and books). There is coffee machine in the room!
This East Glacier, Montana lodge was constructed a century ago by the Great Northern Railway. It features an on-site bar and restaurant. Glacier National Park is 12 miles away.
The dinner is really good and we like the location, it was perfect for the train stop too. We appreciate that our luggage was already at the train station upon arriving late from our tour. We just regret that we didn't have time to give a tip to the driver of the red car that brought our luggage.Thank you so much.
On 200-acres of prairie in Browning, Montana, these seasonal accommodations feature a unique tipi experience. They are 3 miles from the Museum of the Plains Indian.
The quiet, the scenery (big sky and mountains), and the sounds (crickets, wind, and birds).
Glacier Grizzly Campground- Rv & Tipi is offering accommodations in Browning. The hotel also provides free WiFi and free private parking.
Super friendly staff, clean and overall ready to help. We absolutely loved our Tepee ALSO! It is in the middle of two famous glaciers. Everything was so clean and everyone was extremely helpful.
Located less than a 2-minute walk from Museum of the Plains Indian, this Glacier Peaks Hotel , Montana hotel features free Wi-Fi in all modern rooms and suites.
The hotel has a casino and a restaurant and the location was very convenient.
Located 20 miles away from Glacier National Park, this Essex, Montana inn serves breakfast, packed lunches and home-cooked dinners. Glacier View Golf Club is 25 minutes’ drive away.
We were late for our check-in, but staff waited for us. Great location close to the Glacier National Park.
We came in late to the property due to plane delays but were greeted by the friendliest staff. Beds were amazing and the fresh air was such a welcome. (No A/C in room but never missed it.) Coffee was the best ever and just a beautiful place to replace and enjoy the peacefulness of God’s creation. Would highly recommend. Oh and you can’t leave without having the breakfast buffet.
East Glacier Park is one of my most favorite parts of the world. The scenery is breathtaking. I grew up coming to this part of the world almost every summer so I have a lot of fond memories that I am now creating with my children. I can't do justice to the majestic views through my writings. One must see it in person to fully grasp the awe of this part of the world. Part of my heart still lives there. It is a must to drive to Many Glacier Lodge and take some hikes a long the way. We drove up to the border of Canada and took a small hike. Gorgeous, gorgeous mountains, pine trees, wild flowers, fresh air, and the energy of the area is a piece of Heaven.
Nice! Remote. Road construction to Many Glaciers wasn’t fun. Made the trip slower to the entrance. We had dinner at two of the restaurants there and they were both good. Had a breakfast also. Slow but good. Everyone we met was really nice.
East Glacier is wild, with lots of adventure and less people. Amazing place! I needed more time . Two medicine was amazing, and Many glacier was also amazing. We didn’t have a lot of traffic or people. We took the road through Browning up and around to get to Many Glacier and that was a fast drive . Less scenic but we had an early boat at 0830 to get to . It took us about 45-60 minutes from hotel in east glacier to get to Many Glacier.
Terrible experience. Drove 14 hrs, couldn't get into the park. I realize we didn't have a Highway to the Sun pass but expected to be able to buy a pass to the park. Information online was not clear, others left and were upset, I will never go back, wanted trip that was supposed to be a beautiful vacation with rude girls at the gate. No one to answer our questions.
Other than some serious pot holes on the road to Two Med Lake, the park roads were easily navigable with multiple pull outs for slower traffic to get out of the way. The facilities at Two Med lake were clean. The gift shop/camp store was well maintained with a huge fire place to sit by. Prices for goods were high, but comparable to other stores inside the park. The marina (we took a boat tour) was small but efficiently run. The boat tour was a STEAL for only $17 per person. The captain narrated the ride across with info about history, flora, and fauna. He even helped us pick out two moose and four mountain goats. I would HIGHLY recommend coming over to the East side. As a bonus, I was just touring around the campsites and ran across a big horn sheep just hanging out. He walked right up to the other side of my car, turned his head and looked at me, and went on about his business. It was amazing!!!! East Glacier is the place to come for wildlife.
Convenient (& cheap) overnight stop on the Empire Builder train route from Seattle to Chicago.
The location in East Glacier is perfect. The lodge is rustic and the staff was fantastic.
Location of the hotel is very desirable.