Restored to its 1910 style when first opened as a railway hostelry, the Belton Chalet is a National Historic Landmark Hotel that provides simple, comfortable lodging and tasty, wild-chic dining.
Perched on a hillside above the village of West Glacier, the Belton Chalet provides fine lodging and accommodations year round. The wonders of Glacier National Park extend through every season, and the Belton Chalet makes it easy to appreciate these wonders in style.
The Lodge has been beautifully restored and offers modern conveniences for the comfort of present-day vacationers. Each of its twenty-five rooms has a private bathroom, a queen bed and original antique furnishings. The style reflects the Arts-and-Crafts period of the early 1900's. The magnificent restoration of this building includes beautiful hardwood flooring and molding, warm colors and high ceilings.
Lodging Style and Amenities
Standard Room: These tranquil rooms have one queen bed and face the wooded hillside behind the Lodge.
Standard Room with Balcony: These rooms have the same space as a Standard room and face into Glacier National Park. The balcony has wooden rocking chairs which invite you to train spot or simply gaze toward the spectacular mountain scenery. (The Lodge has one Standard Room with Balcony with two twin beds instead of one queen.)
Deluxe Room with Balcony: This room boasts extra square footage for those who prefer a bit more space, as well as a more spacious balcony from which to take in the vista.
Honeymoon Suite: A spacious and romantic room for special occasions, this room has a beautiful antique clawfoot tub and private balcony.
Private Cottages: Two cottages, Lewis and Clark, each have three bedrooms and one private bath, and comfortably accommodate six guests. Also, you will enjoy a private covered porch with Adirondack chairs facing Glacier National Park, and a living room with gas fireplace, refrigerator and microwave.
Additional Services Available
The Belton Chalet has much to recommend it, but none so much as its location. Although most people flock here in the summer, the discerning visitor seeks out the quieter months, which pretty much includes September to June. The staff will help you make the most of the season, and you'll appreciate the spa and well-appointed bar if you ever tire of the fresh outdoors.
Breakfast is not served on the property, but they do have a coffee, tea and hot chocolate bar. There is a restaurant serving breakfast located within walking distance. Special lodging packages and massage services are available per request.