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The Unit was great..
Staff was fantastic..everything we asked about area ..everything we needed was provided ...with a smile...hill and town within a short distance ..excellent choice of beverages and food in town..
Our 2 bedroom condo was just what we needed for our stay in Whitefish. It is not fancy and could use some upgrades, but it is in a quite neighborhood, clean, and we felt safe. The office has bear spray to rent, which I am...More
We resided at Crest wood Resort from 10/20/ until 11/3/2017 and had a very enjoyable and relaxing time. Did not want to leave but traveling schedule was coming to an end and it was time to return home to NC.
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While this is an older resort and some people might want something more exciting, this place has everything you need if you just want to relax or use it as a base for trips to Glacier and other adventures. It's also very close to town...More
2 BR Condo with everything. Everything.
Take chairlift up Whitefish Mtn. Go downtown to Craggy Chance and Great Northern Bars. Dine at Lake Whitefish Resort across street from Crestwood, Oh, and of course drive the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier national Park.
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It is about a 10 minute drive from the resort to the base of the mountain. The mountain road is pretty long. There was no traffic and plenty of parking at the base lodge. There is a free snow shuttle, but the bus stop is... More
It is about a 10 minute drive from the resort to the base of the mountain. The mountain road is pretty long. There was no traffic and plenty of parking at the base lodge. There is a free snow shuttle, but the bus stop is across a pretty busy road and it would be a hassle with ski gear.