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Lodge at Whitefish Lake
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Great place to visit
User: alib2018963 from:
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: May, 31, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 4
I was stay at the sister Firebrand hotel and took the shuttle to the lodge. The lodge is spacious and inviting. A pleasant outlook over the lake from the deck, a lovely position to eat and drink. The lodge is situated quite a way out of Whitefish, in contrast the Firebrand is centrally located.

Beautiful Lodge
User: DonnaG654 from: Queens, New York
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: May, 20, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 5
Beautiful room not in main. Beautiful lodge n restaurant fabulous with great views. Staff great. Smores fun .very clean. Accommodating. Wish i could stay longer. Will return in future We went off peak so prices better. 40 min from glacier park

The Lodge at Whitefish! Great place!!
User: Kristi1269 from:
Published Date: May, 3, 2024
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2024
Rating: 5
The lodge is surrounded by beautiful trees, a lake and mountains. All of the staff were very nice and welcoming! Alyson at the Concierge desk was THE BEST!! She made our trip even better! We enjoyed the spa (missed the steam room, it wasn't working during our stay) We rented e-bikes and rode all over and enjoyed the local flavor and fair. We will be back!
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Be VERY Cautious AND PLEASE DON'T BOOK THE CONFERENCE ROOMS!
User: Jennifer F from:
Published Date: May, 2, 2024
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2024
Rating: 1
I always look forward to coming to the Whitefish Lodge every year at the same time to see friends I haven't seen in a while, unfortunately, this will most likely be my last visit. Usually, the experience is a 6-8 rating, this year, besides some outstanding staff members, I would have to put the rating at a 1-2. The staff, particularly a mother/daughter duo who I believe should not be working hospitality as they would start the day complaining to us. Throughout our visit, we were outside guests participating in an event in one of the conference rooms, every day they would come in and single out tables of guests to say they were not allowed to bring in their drinks or snacks--do they tell ALL incoming guests that when first checking in, I didn't get that handout at the front desk (by the way, Lacey at the front desk (and gift shop) was AWESOME)??? We ordered lunch one afternoon and the staff (daughter) came in and gave us dirty looks. Of the 20+ guests at this event (there are usually 30+ that attend this event), we all ate in the Boat Club multiple times throughout our four days there, shopped in the gift shop (when it was open), paid for four nights stay in the lodge, ordered coffee (and sometimes a breakfast item) every morning from the Lodge coffee shop, and had drinks in the Boat Club almost every night, plus let's not forget all the tipping we have to do (Omar (?) and Jack were worth every penny-great valets!). We found out today that our host was charged $1500 for us, Whitefish Lodge guests, bringing in our own drinks and snacks. How can a host control what a guest does, and how can a hotel charge a host for something they have no control over? Are they charging all the guests who bring in soda pops or water bottles, or what about a piece of gum? There was another event that took place there one of the nights, and more than one of those guests had their own water bottle with them; were they charged a fee? Please, anyone attending an event at Whitefish Lodge, be very cautious, you don't know what hidden fees may show up!
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Would definitely go again
User: William S from:
Published Date: Apr, 18, 2024
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2024
Rating: 5
We visited to celebrate our 40th anniversary and are very pleased to have found the perfect venue. Staff were welcoming, engaging and helpful. The room luxurious and quiet without noise intrusion from outside, other rooms, or the hall. The food at the Boat Club was excellent and very reasonably priced.

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