The panoramic view from the restaurant and bar, past the lake dappled with floating icebergs to the glacier beyond, is worth the journey here; however, that doesn't change the fact that this older hotel is almost scandalously overpriced and not very attractive, with plain, dark rooms (only a few of which have a view). But all rooms are comfortable and have small baths in decent bathrooms. There's a TV with DVD player in the lounge. The view—and it's one you're not likely
to forget—can be enjoyed through the picture windows in the dining room. The hotel operates its own sightseeing vessel, the Grey II, for close-up tours to Glaciar Grey.