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Het Glacier House Resort biedt vele mogelijkheden voor 'outdoor' activiteiten. Vraag ons naar de mogelijkheden.
Kamerbeschrijvingen2 Queens Lodge Room
: Televisie, telefoon, open haard, koffiezetfaciliteiten, föhn. 2 fauteuils, bureau. Badkamer met bad. Uitzicht op de bergen.
: Zoals 2 Queens Lodge Room, ruimer met zithoek met banken.
Glacier House Resort ligt nabij Revelstoke, aan de voet van de Rocky Mountains.
- Restaurant (geopend in de zomer)
• Verhuur van kano's, kajaks en mountainbikes
De plaats Revelstoke, aan de voet van de Rocky Mountains wordt wel The Alpine City genoemd. Toeristisch gezien is Revelstoke een belangrijke plaats indien u het Galcier National Park wilt bezoeken, want hier in de Rocky Mountains ligt. In Glacier National Park ligt de 3400 meter hoge Mt. Dawson.
In de zomermaanden kunt u bij Revelstoke kanoën, in de winter skiën.
Bekijk hier ons hotelaanbod in Revelstoke >
"Fall stay - Happy with stay"
We stayed at the Glacier House from November 4 - 6, 2016. We rented a medium cabin as there were 4 of us (2 couples) for a (premature) sledding trip. The location if your into outdoor activity is fantastic. If your a dirt biker, you can ride right off the property and onto the trails. The winter is the same thing, you can park your sleds right outside your cabin and ride directly onto the trails, which is a nice touch and a while lot less screwing around with unloading and loading. They also offer sledding and dirt biking guided tours and rentals right at the properly for those who don't own their own, or want to test the waters before buying. However, if you want to go into town for a bite to eat or night life, its about a 15 minute drive. We would take accessibility to the trails over staying in town any day. Another big plus, is the resort will pack you a lunch (for a fee) so that you have something to eat when your out on the trails instead of bringing or having to run into town to buy. We stayed in cabin 108. As we pulled in later (around 8pm) it was quite dark, and we had a hard time finding our cabin as the cabin area isn't very well lit. However, I think we got the best cabin as we were the furthest away from the main lodge, and ours looked right out into the bush. It was very private which was really nice, and being in the mountains, the view was fantastic. They've got the cabins laid out very nicely, you don't feel like you're looking into someone else's ever. The cabins are well kept and comfortable, and are well themed with dÃ©cor, however they could use some minor updating. The bathroom was absolutely huge which was nice when you have two girls trying to get ready at the same time. The beds were comfortable and clean, although each bed only had two pillows on each one, and a couple extra pillows would have been nice. Telus TV with what seems like endless TV channels and a gas fireplace which heated the cabin up very nicely. We were able to park my Jeep and the other couples truck with the 20' trailer on the same parking pad which was located directly beside our cabin. It looked like all cabins had similar sized parking which is a big plus when you're staying for the outdoor activities. If you have a larger trailer, the resort has designated areas to store it for you. We paid the one-time-stay fee of $50 to be able to use the hot tub, which was on the front deck, so that's a big win for convenience purposes. To be honest, we weren't overly impressed with the hot tub. We kept getting error messages, and couldn't seem to figure out how to fix it. Even after sitting with the lid closed overnight we couldn't get it back up to its max temperature (104F), and cooled off very quickly (down to 95F in a little over an hour and half). It also could have used some more water, even with 4 of us in it, it wasn't full enough. The idea of the hot tub was great, we just wish we would have been able to enjoy it to its full potential. We wanted to have supper at the resort, but the kitchen was closed as it was low season, which is understandable. I think of the 10 or 12 cabins, maybe only 3 or 4 were booked that weekend. So we went into town and had supper at Emo's (highly recommended) The staff at the resort were very friendly, polite, helpful and easy going. Overall, we would definitely stay at this hotel again, but we would probably stay during a high season (summer or winter) to be able to enjoy the full potential of the outdoor activities that they offer. If you're looking for a quiet getaway, I would highly recommend staying in the low seasons as you really do feel that you have the resort to yourself.
"Great Lob Cabin with a hot tub too!"
We stayed in a log cabin near the main lodge but it felt like we were out in the woods! It had a hot tub on the porch that we enjoyed sitting in at night. This resort is not in town but only a 5-10 minute drive to the town. The main lodge is very nice with a pool and restaurant.
Had a room in the main lodge for two nights. The staff were friendly and welcoming and the room was very comfortable with lovely views. We ate in the restaurant both nights and the food was good, but the breakfast was rather basic. There is a nice indoor pool but the hot tub was out of action when we were there. It is about a 10 minute drive into Revelstoke.
"Serious Bug Problem "
I visited Revelstoke in september and decided to overnight in the Glacier House resort. At first look, it has nice ambiente. The log cabins look cool and rustical. You recognize also it is specifely built for winter tourism. In winter it would be definetly cosy and comfortable sitting next to the fire and outside its snowing. Each cabin has a fireplace and, what I really liked, an outdoor whirlpool, which was really cool! But what really annoyed me were the bugs, even though there were fly nets in every window. I found 3 bugs in the bathroom (2 on the window, 1 in the bath tub) and 13(!) in the main room. So I had to catch them all before going into bed. Next moring I detected another 4 bugs crawling around the windows! Maybe in winter this problem does not occur, I was propably just there the wrong moment.
Glacier House is off the Hiway 1 about 10min outside of Revelstoke. We had a medium cabin for a couple nights during the week. Everything is run down a little because of its age but everything was clean. Bed was comfortable. Very good wifi and tv. Complimentary breakfast is pretty basic but not bad. The only down side is it is well used by motocross trail users that use the resort as their home base so except to see, hear and smell the motorbikes if your using the cabins. Other than the noise of the bikes coming and going its a good place.
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