Awsome architecture, poor service A review of Glacier Park Lodge
We stayed for four days in June, 2003. The rooms were clean, but furniture was old and sparse. The lighting was poor, but we were fortunate that the days are very long in June, so we had lots of sunlight. The huge trees in the lobby are a wonder to behold and they are very beautiful. However, everything in the gift shop was at least 50% more expensive than other retailers. There is very little soundproofing so you can hear all activity in the halls, upstairs and downstairs from your room. The hotel restaurant was the absolute worst experience of our entire vacation. It took over 90 minutes for the kitchen to prepare a simple hamburger. First they brought chicken, then they brought a cheeseburger, and then they brought a bloody undercooked hamburger. Allowing them the benefit of the doubt, we dined there a second time and the service was equally poor, not to mention overpriced. We have no plans to ever return.