arrived on Saturday evening in the rain, a wedding was in progress and parking was a little difficult, but the front desk manager had saved us a space(we were last guests to arrive). We had a balcony queen room that was immaculate,very small compared to modern standards, but bed was comfy and linens were nice. Public areas of the chalet were cosy and grounds were lovely. Beverage station and ice located in lowest level and no elevators between the 3 floors. Some noise from passing trains at frequent intervals. it would be nice if a comfortable sitting chair could be part of the room furnishings, only seating was two caned wooden chairs that were flimsy. Close proximity to Glacier National Park is a plus. No TV or wifi, but geared to bed/breakfast customers. Would stay there again if in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a 1910 National Historic Landmark hotel built by James J. and Louis Hill of the Great Northern Railway. After being closed for fifty years, the property underwent a three-year restoration completed in 1999 and is now a National Historic Landmark. The Belton Chalet was the first chalet built for Glacier Park and the park’s first winter headquarters. Belton Chalet, family owned, once again welcomes guest from across the world. Thank you for being our guest and a part of our history. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Belton Chalet West Glacier, Montana
- Belton Chalet Hotel West Glacier