Many of Glacier National Park Lodges are well reputed and accessible.They are located along the Going-To-The-Sun-Road. This is an east west interchange which bisects the American section of Waterton/Glacier International Peace Park. It treks over Logan Pass and opens visitors up to a superb array of scenic landforms, lakes, rivers, and valleys.
If you are a true adventurer you will most likely want to go deep into the park. During the summer months, which are also the prime season for tourists, from approximately the middle of June to the middle of September, there are many options for Lodging.
One option is the Rising Sun Motor Inn. This cost-effective way makes it easier to take your family into the great outdoors and still enjoy the amenities a motel has to offer. Rising Sun Motor Inn offers the most competitive prices inside the park, and like most accommodations, Rising Sun rooms allow a maximum of 4 people per room.
If you are interested in something more luxurious, then consider the Prince of Wales Hotel which might be just up your alley. The Prince of Wales hotel has the distinction of being the most photographed hotel in the world. This should give some indication how special this hotel is. The architectural design is awesome from the moment you see this hotel. Once you enter you are drawn to the immense picture windows in the lobby that enable you to see amazing and breathtaking views.
For more information and to make reservations log onto http://www.nationalparkreservations.com/glacier.htm
or call National Park Reservations toll free 855.684.3402 today.