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We stayed at the GB Lodge and on the next day took their cruise of the bay. We flew in to the Gustavus airport and the lodge picked us up in their bus. We arrived at the lodge and they had our rooms ready and...More
To start, it is the ugliest lodge that we have seen in the National Park system. It looks like string of storage sheds joined together. Inside our room was cold, the heat didn't work. We had no hot water in the shower and no one...More
The best of Glacier Bay Lodge was the boat tour. We saw wilderness, glaciers, sea otters, bear fishing in a stream, and mountain goats. The food at the lodge was exceptional. We enjoyed sitting on the deck for dinner. The rooms were dated but comfortable.
The lodge is belong to Aramark. When you are booking room and tours through the phone, you are talking with represents in the reservation center thousands miles away from Alaska. They pretend to be natives of Gustavus, but actually they are not, they know nothing...More
Response from Jeff B, General Manager at Glacier Bay LodgeResponded 11 September 2017
First off, I'd like to apologize for the error in the booking. Something like this almost never happens and we are usually able to accommodate our guests when it does. I am surprised to hear that you felt our staff didn't know anything...More
We stayed in a Bay view room (and had a Bay view ... some don't have much of a view).
Its very rustic and has no phone signal, no tv, and wifi is in lodge only.
The feel of the place is just fantastic. You...More
Response from Jeff B, General Manager at Glacier Bay LodgeResponded 31 August 2017
Thank you for taking the time to write a thorough review of our lodge. We agree that 3 to 5 days is the perfect amount of time to stay here. With that time, you can do the Glacier Bay Tour, the Taz whale watch,...More
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US$165 - US$175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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As at most lodges within national parks, the food is somewhat expensive, in the $18 to $32 range. It's higher for more exotic meat. Generally, food is more expensive in Alaska because most of it has to be shipped in by boat... More
As at most lodges within national parks, the food is somewhat expensive, in the $18 to $32 range. It's higher for more exotic meat. Generally, food is more expensive in Alaska because most of it has to be shipped in by boat or plane. Now, depending on what you plan on doing in the Glacier Bay area, you need to figure the costs of getting to and from Bartlett Cove by taxi or whatever. Since I stayed at the Glacier Bay Lodge, I didn't have that expense. Plus, the Lodge has a free bus that goes to the airport for drop off and pick up each afternoon (the only time a plane lands in Gustavus). Most bed and breakfast only include breakfast and might have an evening meal, but nothing at lunch. Hope this helps.