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Apgar Village Lodge
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 616 reviews
Closing weekend
User: teewinotdonek from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 30, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 2
Great location, alarm next door went off all night. Wife was a wreck the following day with little to no sleep. Addressed it with the front desk who told me there was really nothing that could be done and offered me some free coffee.
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Very basic room but good price.
User: jdrmvv2019 from: Atlanta, Georgia
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 27, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
Do not expect anything special in this hotel. If the hotel is full you'll have a lot noise out there and you'll listen everything from your room. No breakfast. No TV, No Fridge and No microwave. I'm glad they have a good bed there.
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Pretty disappointing
User: Mike R from: Denver, Colorado
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: Sep, 26, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 2
Never again... The toilet ran. Everytime I flushed it I had to lift the lid and shake the plunger to make it stop. There are no outlets for plugging in electronics. The furniture are relics from the 60s, the 1860s... They haven't put a penny in this place in the last 40 years, and it shows! I guess just because this place is inside Glacier National Park they think they can get away with it. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.

Tired and old
User: Connector793422 from:
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Sep, 26, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
Old and tired facility, lacking electrical outlet for all your tech equipment or even a fan. Second bedroom was lacking a door, so not very private. A bug crawled out from under our bed. I did not observe this, but our travel mate saved it so we could all enjoy in the knowing. The room rate was equivalent to the very nice apgar lodge, on the lake, so one of our mates checked out and went over there, snagging a coveted room on the lake.
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Motel A Huge Disappointment
User: einid1949 from: London, Canada
Published Date: Sep, 26, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 1
If you are thinking of staying here suggest you reconsider. We spent two nights here in September. This motel faces the street between a number of businesses in Apgar Village inside Glacier National Park. We had a motel room that had two bedrooms and a tiny bathroom. Although only double beds, beds were comfy and linens and towels were good quality. The unit appeared reasonably clean. Two luggage racks and a hair dryer were provided. Electrical outlets are sorely lacking. The main bedroom had a total of two electrical outlet plugs. The first is behind a headboard that is fastened to the wall and is inaccessible. It had the two lamps in it. The second outlet was underneath a small desk that had a lamp and alarm clock plugged in . We all have cameras, phones, and other electrical devices that need recharging. There is a fan supplied in that room that would also need to be plugged in to that same outlet. If you required a CPAP machine you would be SOL. The second tiny bedroom had only one electrical outlet in entire room and and it had the room's only light plugged into it. However it once again was totally inaccessible as it was behind a headboard that was fastened to the wall. Found it ironic that a small fan was supplied for this room on a shelf on the opposite while there was absolutely no electrical outlet for it to be plugged in. The very musty bathroom is tiny. Shower and toilet facilities are only adequate for the very slim. There was one electrical outlet in it. A hair dryer was supplied. The rooms have absolutely no soundproofing. Neighbours can be heard conversing and even with a sound machine placed between the bedrooms the neighbour's snoring could be heard the entire night. There is no WIFI. This necessitates driving to the GNP Visitor Centre. There is no phone in the room. There is no TV. There wasn't even a table of any sort to play cards or look at maps. There is no coffee machine, fridge or access to any microwave. The establishments nearby that offered coffee seemed to open later and close earlier than what we required. Curtain for the front window was not blackout and lights from cars are visible as they pull in and out and morning light appears early. No smoke alarm in unit. How can this be safe or pass any fire safety or inspection code? From where I am, this place would be closed down. Since no phone in room and my cell phone provider did not provide any coverage for this area would not be able to call 911 if required. It is evident that this room is still 1950 era and could use some major updating to go along with their 2019 pricing and meet current safety standards. We travel extensively and this was one of the worst rooms for what it supplied and what is charged.
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