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All reviewshistoric hoteladobe housemeatloaftrain noiseglacier national parkroom facingrooms are smallshower and toiletstep back in timefirst floortrain linecorner roomthere is no air conditioningceiling fanbed was comfortablegas stationstayed two nights
They didn't have Wi-Fi, tv, ac and the fan in the bathroom made a grinding sound. The bartender in their tap house was very rude also. I asked for an ice water and she brought me club soda, so I asked for her to get...More
Thank Tricia C
Response from BeltonGM, General Manager at Belton ChaletResponded 26 September 2017
Here at the Belton Chalet our slogan is, "Where the way is was, still is." We strive for giving every guest the opportunity to step back in time and enjoy the simplicity and charm of the oldest Glacier National Park Lodging. We have worked tirelessly...More
Our West Glacier hotel host recommended Belton Chalet and we were delighted with our meal.
It is easily a 4 star restaurant: we shared a hummus appetizer and delicious veal with purple cabbage and a mushroom sauce. Our waiter was very attentive and my water...More
200 USD per night per room size of handkerchief. Sorry. I know that it must be hard to survive as the season lasts only 4 moth there, but I do not recommend to pay this kind of money for the room containing nothing but a...More
The food was truly above-average (I tried their bison meatloaf, which was to die for, and I don't even like meatloaf), but stay away from the outdoor tables in front, next to the highway. I felt as if we were eating at a racetrack (unbelievably...More
We stayed in Clark Cabin, which has three queen bedrooms and one bathroom, as well as a large common room. The bathroom was laid out well, and the shower worked well once we figured out how to switch water flow to the shower - switching...More
We used a shuttle company called Flathead/Glacier Transportation (406-892-3390) for travel to and from the airport to West Glacier or Whitefish. To West Glacier the cost is approximately $50.00 for a group of 1-4 people and... More
We used a shuttle company called Flathead/Glacier Transportation (406-892-3390) for travel to and from the airport to West Glacier or Whitefish. To West Glacier the cost is approximately $50.00 for a group of 1-4 people and $65.00 for a group of 5-8 people. To Whitefish the cost is approximately $30.00 for a group of 1-4 and $38.00 for 5-8.
Response from Chicago-BB | Reviewed this property |
The station is right across the street from the Belton in West Glacier. Next door to the station is a little ranger station with a very helpful ranger. He sold us a great trail map. Remember, getting to the park will cost... More
The station is right across the street from the Belton in West Glacier. Next door to the station is a little ranger station with a very helpful ranger. He sold us a great trail map. Remember, getting to the park will cost you $5 on the shuttle which only goes once in the morning and once at night. Same for leaving the park to get back to the Belton. Next time we plan to either bring our bikes take the shuttle into the park when we arrive and stay inside the park where the shuttles are free. Four of our favorite hikes were Trail of cedars to Avalanche Lake. St. Mary Falls and Virginia Falls are amazing and both on the same trail and the views of the mountains are spectacular. Logan Pass visitor center has two good trails that start there. The trail to hidden lake usually affords views of wildlife and when we were there lots of snow. Highline trail is very popular, but only my husband did it as the steep and narrow path wasn't my cup of tea.