RE: Where should we stay
The lodges at Glacier (including the Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier) are grand hotels of the NPS system. And you have to remember that they were built in the 1920s. They haven't been updated to Hilton standards and the rooms might be considered rustic. However it is the charm of staying inside the park and hanging out in the grand lobbies (a seat next to the giant wood fireplace at the Many Glacier Hotel is heaven) and taking in the breathtaking views from your room that are worth the lack of modern hotel amenities. My opinion is that they aren't horrible. They are basic (no TV, no radio, no clock even) but they are functional, clean, if not in need of some updating. But when you take in the fact of your surroundings it will all be worth it.
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