Earlier this week, I posted a photo of Monument Valley taken from the View Hotel and how the hotel's proximity to such a beautiful scene made it a place to stay overnight. After writing that post, I came across this photo of Mount Grinnell towering over Swiftcurrent Lake and, all of a sudden, I backed into a theme. In the foreground, you will see the Many Glacier Hotel, which offers a striking view of the scene. Unfortunately, I have never stayed there, so rolling out of bed to catch the sunrise hasn't happened for me yet. Instead, you must stay just outside the eastern boundary of Glacier National Park (30 minutes away). If you are staying near the western entrance to the park where most visitors stay, get ready for a two-and-a-half hour drive in the dark on the dangerous Going-to-the-Sun Road to make sunrise. Again, in this case, Many Glacier Hotel is all about location, location, location.