Travel season is here in some parts of the country, and quickly approaching in others. With that in mind, which lodges within the national parks would you gladly return to, and which will you never set foot in again?
This question applies to specific lodges, such as the Old Faithful Inn in Yellowstone or the Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier or Big Meadows Lodge in Shenandoah or even LeConte Lodge in Great Smoky, and not lodging concessionaires. After all, while one concessionaire might operate lodgings at a number of national parks, each of those properties might offer park travelers an entirely different experience.
Please keep that last sentence in mind as you consider this question.