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Wildfires were within 8 miles of cabin. Cozetta seemed slightly stressed with the whole situation. She was there with her kids and the fire close...a bit scary. Two bedroom...there were two rooms with beds in them. One room had 2 full beds, along with the fridge, microwave and coffee pot.....there was NO SINK in the kitchenette. The other room was the entrance door with a queen bed. NONE of the beds were good for a comfortable night sleep. No plates/silverware/pots/pans or sink in kitchen/bedroom. It worked...………...sort of...……… With two couples to split, the $160/day was not overly expensive. The one conjoined bathroom was very large and accommodated us well. The two door set up was a bit concerning, one door would not even close all the way, much less lock. :( Not a bad place to stay...location to Glacier NP was great, so if you don't mind some inconveniences….not an outrageous place to stay.
We wanted a place close to Glacier and this was the first we saw. At first there were no vacancies. As we were leaving a cabin became available. Was far more than we wanted to pay but decided to take it. We were told to park between 2 cabins. The space was EXTREMELY small and as I tried to pull in I damaged my new car. Spoke to the owner who could have cared less. Said she’d have her husband take a look. (Never came).
When we checked in we wanted to split the charge $160.00 as we had been doing on our trip. Because it was going to cost the owner another charge, she refused to split the bill.
The cabin was clean though very outdated. The lock on the door was the same type I had on the home I grew up in during the 1940s. We put a chair under the handle at night
Seemed to be the type of place people came to for vacation year after year
We stayed at the Evergreen Motel cabins while visiting Glacier National Park. It was close drive to the West entrance with lots of activities to do in Coram if you needed a break from the park. The cabins at Evergreen are nice and very clean. I highly recommend staying here!
We secured Room 6 with a booking the day we were to arrive. It was the best deal ($110 plus tax) around Kalispell or Whitefish and a few miles closer to the West Glacier park entrance. We were barely there beyond sleeping hours but enjoyed the room thoroughly. Updated bathroom with a good shower, comfortable bed, and a surprisingly large refrigerator. We never heard any other guests during the night or in the morning. It was a great find!
Over the course of nine days, my wife and I stayed at four different motels near Glacier National Park. The short paragraph below will be put in this and two other reviews. It does not apply to one. The full review is below this paragraph. ----- Glacier National Park in Montana is a wonderful place. What I did not realize is that along it's southern border it is sort of hemmed in by US Highway 2 and the BNSF Railway lines. I mean that highway and those rail lines are right there. For example, the rail line and the highway are right beside each other at the Apgar entrance to the park, and you have to drive under the tracks to actually enter the park. So keep in mind, regardless of which hotel or motel you stay in, if you are anywhere near highway 2, you WILL hear lots and lots of cars/trucks/etc., and you will definitely hear trains, all day and all night. There is no quietness to be had at any of these facilities. _____
The Evergreen is located in Coram, about 25 miles from the Kalispell Airport and about 7 miles from the entrance to West Glacier. I chose this facility because of the location and the rooms offered. For us, I chose not a room but a cabin, I guess you would call it. It is not a true cabin, but more like a small efficiency apartment.
This photo of #10 is a bit deceptive when you look at the online photos. You see a set of french doors, which I assumed to be the entrance to the unit. They are, but they are not. The french doors take you inside the unit, where you can go left or go right. If you go right, you are at a door with a much smaller unit than we had. If you go left you go to the door of the room we had. So, you do not get the entire cabin, you only get a portion of it. Notw there is a covered parking space, but it is on the far side of the smaller room, so if you are staying in the large room and there is someone in the other room, well, I guess they get the covered spot and you get to park outside. Not a problem, unless it is snowing or raining. Also in the hallway between the two doors is a pantry that contains a washer and dryer, which was used by staff, once or twice quite early in the morning.
The room itself was quite large. Upon entering there is a large closet to the right and a couch to the left. Beyond that there are two queen beds with night stands and lamps, an island with four bar stool chairs, and a kitchen that has a range and refrigerator and is pretty well stocked with most anything you would need, except paper towels or dish towels. The bathroom is just beyond the kitchen area, and was large and well laid out. One thing we could not figure out: the hot water at the kitchen faucet was wonderful, but the hot water at the shower head was lukewarm at best. We mentioned that to the owners and they had no answer to that problem.
There was a picnic table outside our cabin, along with a propane grill. We sat out every evening, even though the fires had produced so much smoke that you couldn't even see the tops of the nearby hills. As I said above, you will definitely hear the traffic from the highway just beside the motel, and from the trains about 1/4 mile to the west. Since we own stock in BNSF, I just think of money when I hear the trains.
All-in-all we liked this place very much. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. They went out of their way to answer questions and give advice.
The only problem I reported to the owners was that out of the four days that we stayed here, our beds were never made by the cleaning staff. The trash was emptied and the bathroom was cleaned and serviced, but no go on the beds. I asked if that was just not something that they did, and I was told that yes, the beds were supposed to have been made. Not a deal breaker, but something to be aware of.
We paid $149.00 per night. Seems kinda pricey, but there are no deals to be had anywhere near Glacier.
Evergreen Motel is seven miles from the western entrance to Glacier National Park, located in Coram Montana. There are sixteen cabins, motel rooms and studios available for nightly rent. Our guests enjoy …Moretheir stay in clean, comfortable and conveniently located accommodations. They also enjoy the close proximity of activities for all ages including two amusement parks, a distillery, bar, restaurants and more. Less
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