September 24, 2021

September 18, 2021

"Fantastic experience. We paid ~$170 for two double beds. They have heat & A/C, hot showers, TV, WiFi, clean drinking water and same-day room availability. So it felt quite luxurious after 4 days in the backcountry!"
September 1, 2021


"We arrived to Glacier NP a night earlier than expected. We stumbled upon this hotel and stopped in the office. The clerk was very friendly and interesting. He travels around to lots of great places and it was fun to compare notes. This is a motel but our room felt like a cabin. It had a lot of great touches (wooden makeshift bed frame, wood moldings, cabin themed curtains) We were able to park right in front of our door which is always our preference. The train (across the road) sounds its horn all night (ugh!) but it did not wake us from inside our room. The room and property were very clean and housekeeping was very nice. The heater worked very quickly. The bathroom had a nice window for ventilation. No mold! The motel is directly across the road from the Glacier NP visitor center and only a couple of minutes from the entrance. Highly recommend and shout out to the clerk. Safe travels!"
August 19, 2021

"Huckleberry Pie - very good - not too tart, not too sweet. Also had the chicken pot pie, it was very creative and delicious. I would definitely eat there again."
August 1, 2021

"Clean, cozy, room with a great view! Mini fridge included. No AC, but cools down at night. (We visited in July). Has a nice deck to relax on with a good drink or read after a long day on the mountains! A package goods store is attached to the restaurant for gifts, essentials, and beer/wine. Also has a fun little basketball area, too.Attached restaurant below is perfect. Consistently great food and service. The staff is very sweet and accommodating. The restaurant has a cute little outdoor area too, with misting lines to cool you off! (Or just may be for the flowers, but either way it’s a win/win. Gas station included, too.Last but not least, Glacier Highland Motel sits right across the street from the west entrance to the park. I recommend renting bikes to ride right into the park. It’s about a 4 mile ride in.Avoid the lines of cars and congested parking. Just make sure to purchase a shuttle pass to take you up and down the mountains.*Bike Rental: Glacier Guides and Montana Raft. Less than 2 miles away on Route 2. We walked down on our first day and road them back to use for the week.*Only downside, not related to the motel, is the spotty WiFi that makes it difficult to book uber/Lyft.Overall, fantastic one stop shop! Highly recommended!!!"