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Izaak Walton Inn
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Cute historic lodge on road south of Glacier Park
User: stl_w0rld_traveler from: Saint Louis, Missouri
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 8, 2022
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
Interesting former railroad worker lodge - has interesting history but is not the same as your usual Historic National Park lodge. More simple and basic. Decor was interesting. Room small but clean and functional. Nice hot tub.
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Charm is fleeting
User: batterybri79 from: Rapid City, South Dakota
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jul, 31, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 3
Lacking air conditioning in 95 degree heat rubs the charm off history. Once you've walked through the wood paneled lobby, you're left with the rest of the stay. We enjoyed the track view, the trains, and walking by the outside locomotives and cabooses. The restaurant food was meh and overpriced. Coffee for $5? The bar was small. Order at the bar. The bed was too soft - I had to grip the edge to avoid rolling into my partner. And all this for double what such a motel would have cost a year ago. There are cheaper accommodations in West Glacier (not in the park). If you want to see the place and experience "the charm", buy a drink in the bar and see the track.
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Great Place with Friends from across the Southeast Asia
User: Grigorio23 from:
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Jun, 20, 2022
Travel Date: May, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
We arrived at the hotel in the evening, while having our dinner we sat outside and watching the train come, the receptionist came to us and said wave at them and they will wave us back and YES ofc we excited to do so. The hotel is very warm and welcome, I read a note n toilet and I was so impressed, I went to play billiard 3 times, My Singaporean friend played piano with my favourite instrument (Canon) and we all enjoyed them so much. It's just a 3 nights there but it was memorable, I wish I had another time to go back, but of course with these friends again. Thank you so much Izaak Walton.
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No turnover of vital info
User: stevegK3558JW from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jun, 2, 2022
Travel Date: May, 1, 2022
Rating: 1
While the site is remarkable, with outstanding food, I got caught in an untenable situation. I am a 70 year old with a heart condition; when told I couldn't drive to my cabin due to the railroad blocking the only way in, the hotel was very accommodating to deliver my wife, myself and luggage to out cabin using a golf cart that was used to ride the pedestrian overpass to the cabins, and told us to ask for a ride when we needed one, anytime. However, this was not turned over to Valorie, the snotty night supervisor who told us in no uncertain terms "we don't give rides" I was caught having to walk up a steep incline, in the rain. By the time I made it to the cabin, I was barely able to walk.
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Train lovers from all over
User: sheryl h from: Odessa, Texas
Trip Type: Business
Published Date: May, 31, 2022
Travel Date: May, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
The reason for our stay at the Izaak Walton Inn was tragic and personal. They gave us a room with a view of the trains and the haunting sound of them was surprisingly comforting. Food is very good and the staff were friendly. Met some nice people.

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