Glacier National Park Area Hotels, Lodges, and More

Trying to find the right place to stay during your visit to Glacier National Park can be overwhelming!  If you are traveling to our area during summer months, be prepared to reserve a room up to a year in advance. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us via e-mail or phone if you need help planning the perfect Glacier National Park adventure.

West Glacier, Montana: Home of Glacier Guides and Montana Raft

Glacier Guides Lodge: Twelve bedroom Bed and Breakfast style lodge in a quiet, forested setting. Eco-friendly. Delicious continental breakfast included with stay. Rated #1 on Trip Advisor. Located just outside of the west entrance to Glacier National Park.

Glacier Guides Lodge West Glacier Montana Glacier National Park area lodging
Glacier Guides Guest House: Spacious house that sleeps 8-12 comfortably with all the amenities of home. Located 1.5 miles from the west entrance to Glacier National Park.

Other West Glacier Lodging Options

Glacier Highland Motel: Simple and clean hotel.
West Glacier Motel:  Simple and clean motel right in the village of West Glacier.
Belton Chalet: Historic railroad hotel with charm — and a fantastic restaurant! Reservations required.
Vista Motel: Value hotel 1 mile from town.

West Glacier KOA: Beautiful mountain views, pine-scented camp sites and a friendly & helpful staff await you at the 2017 KOA Campground of the Year.

Inside Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park Lodges: Xanterra is the Glacier National Park concessionaire that is charged with running the lodging inside of the park. Their properties include the Village Inn at Apgar, Many Glacier Hotel, Rising Sun Motel, and Lake McDonald Hotel. Glacier National Park Lodges also offer Red Bus Tours.

Glacier Park, Inc: Offers several lodging options in and around Glacier National Park, including The Resort at Glacier in St. Mary; Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton, Alberta, Canada; Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier; Motel Lake McDonald and Apgar Village Lodge at Apgar.

Other Glacier Park Area Motels & Hotels

Glacier Haven Inn: Small inn located between West and East Glacier.
Izaak Walton Inn: Historic railroad inn that is especially great for people with a love of trains. You can even stay in a caboose!

Summit Mountain Lodge: Located on the Continental Divide along the southern border of Glacier Park. Close to East Glacier with amazing views and a great restaurant. Our #1 pick for Glacier National Park weddings — those views simply can’t be beat!

The Snowslip Inn:  A small motel/restaurant/bar along Hwy 2 near Essex, MT.  Great people and home cookin’!

Coram/Hungry Horse – 10 min from West Glacier

Glacier Under Canvas : After you experience the beauty and adventure of Glacier National Park, you can return to your luxury camping tent and unwind in style. Welcome to Montana glamping.

Silverwolf Log Chalets: Forested spot with cabins that are great for two people.

The Reclusive Moose Cabins: Four cozy cabins that sleep up to 6 people each on 2.5 acres, just 15 minutes from West Glacier or Columbia Falls.

Historic Tamarack Lodge: Convenient lodge and cabins open year round. Dining, drinks, and great coffee!

The Ridge at Glacier: Brand new luxury cabins with gorgeous views of Glacier and fully equipped kitchens!

Timber Wolf Resort: Situated just nine miles west of Glacier National Park in northwest Montana’s Flathead Valley, family-owned Timber Wolf Resort offers camping accommodations to suit nearly any taste – from primitive tent camping and basic & full hook-up RV sites, to a variety of comfortable Rental Cabins and select Bed and Breakfast Rooms in our cozy lodge

Columbia Falls – 15 min from West Glacier

Aerial view of Meadow Lake Resort, just outside of Glacier National Park in Columbia Falls, Montana.

Aerial view of Meadow Lake Resort, just outside of Glacier National Park in Columbia Falls, Montana.

Meadow Lake Resort: Great resort with all the amenities: golf, spa, restaurant, game room, and pool. Located between West Glacier and Whitefish.

Cedar Creek Lodge: Columbia Falls’ newest hotel, featuring an indoor pool and located within walking distance of downtown Columbia Falls. Don’t miss the Farmer’s Market on Thursday nights, just across the street! Cedar Creek Lodge is operated by Glacier National Park Lodges.
Travel Inn – Glacier: Economy lodging with Montana hospitality just 11 miles from West Glacier.
Glacier Inn Motel:  Family run rustic motel offering straightforward homey rooms, plus free WiFi and parking.

The Bearfoot Cabin – The Bearfoot Cabin is a cozy 2 story home sitting on 2.5 acres in the Flathead Valley, centrally located between Whitefish, Columbia Falls and Kalispell.

Whitefish – 30 minutes from West Glacier

The Firebrand Hotel:  The Firebrand’s premier location in downtown Whitefish positions you steps away from world-class dining and nightlife options and within easy access to golfing, Whitefish Lake, trails and skiing at Whitefish Mountain Resort.
The Good Medicine Lodge: A highly acclaimed Bed and Breakfast in Whitefish. You’ll leave feeling like family.
Kandahar Lodge: Great spot right in the Whitefish Mountain Resort Village. Known for their award winning restaurant!
The Lodge at Whitefish Lake: Whitefish’s only lodge rated with a AAA four diamond award. Amenities include spa, restaurant, boat dock, pool. Right on Whitefish Lake!
Hidden Moose Lodge: Reflecting Montana’s rustic beauty and history in a classic lodge atmosphere. Flawless hospitality.

The Pine Lodge
Located on the Whitefish River, The Pine Lodge is the perfect home away from home for your adventures. The Pine Lodge offers close access to Glacier National Park and is conveniently located near Downtown Whitefish. It has a variety of room types and is a pet friendly hotel! On-site amenities include indoor/outdoor heated swimming pool and hot tub, game room, outdoor fire pits, complimentary watercraft rentals and more.

The Pine Lodge in Whitefish, Montana – we highly recommend!

Best Western Rocky Mountain Lodge: Friendly folks with a convenient location in Whitefish. Newly renovated rooms.

Just Outside of Whitefish

Whitefish Mountain Ski & Summer Resort: Lots of lodging options with a great view and tons of activities, like scenic lift rides, zip lines, aerial park, and more!
Whitefish Bike Retreat: Montana’s only bike retreat. Located in a wooded setting, right next to the Whitefish Trail. Perfect for bikers, but open to anyone. Several lodging types including camping
Bar W Guest Ranch: A year-round dude ranch ready to treat you with true Montana hospitality from the moment you arrive until long after the sun sets. Over three thousand beautiful acres are available for horseback riding and outdoor activities.
Grouse Mountain Lodge: Nice hotel located on the outskirts of Whitefish. Right on the golf course with a great restaurant.

The North Forty Resort: Great cabins in a wooded setting located in between Whitefish and Columbia Falls.

Kalispell – 45 minutes from West Glacier

Country Inn and Suites by Radisson, Kalispell:  Conveniently located just two minutes from Glacier Park International Airport (FCA) and only 19 miles from beautiful Glacier National Park.
Holiday Inn Express
: Travelers looking for something close to the airport (only 6 miles away) and shopping amenities will enjoy this hotel. A good base for people looking to explore the whole Flathead Valley.
Kalispell Grand Hotel: Historic hotel in the heart of downtown Kalispell. Within walking distance to restaurants and local shopping.
Red Lion Hotel: Centrally located in the valley. Within walking distance to shopping and restaurants.

Bigfork – 45 minutes from West Glacier

Marina Cay Resort: Within walking distance to downtown Bigfork, which boasts great restaurants and unique shops.

The Northeast Side of Glacier National Park – St. Mary and Babb

Babb Area

Park Cabin Co: Various sized cabins featuring amazing views, kitchens or kitchenettes, many brand new in 2018!  Minutes from Many Glacier and St. Mary, across the street from world renowned fishing on Duck Lake.

Thronson’s Motel: Basic, clean hotel with various sized rooms, operated for multiple generations by the wonderful Thronson family. Gas station, cafe, and general store, too.

Duck Lake Lodge: A unique and down-to-earth, rustic sportsmen’s lodge with a restaurant and bar.

St. Mary Area

Johnson’s of St. Mary: Motel, campground, and cafe featuring Johnson’s famous family style breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. Great views.

St. Mary KOA: Kamping Kabins, RV spots, tent sites, a great gift shop, and stunning views of Glacier National Park.

Glacier Trailhead Cabins: Various cabins located 2 miles north of St. Mary, with fantastic central picnic shelter and more amazing views.