Lolo Hot Springs Lodge, Lolo, Montana
The hotel can be found on Highway 12 West in the Bitterroot Mountains on the Montana-Idaho border. Recreational activities include fly fishing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, hunting, hiking and wildlife photography. Guest rooms are non-smoking with log-style walls, bathrooms, air-conditioning and views of the lake or mountains. King and Queen rooms come with 32-inch Flat Screen TV with DVD, a card table and chairs and a coffee maker. With its Fort-inspired architecture, the Lolo Hot Springs Lodge has amenities such as a two Hot Springs Mineral Baths, a 2000-sq. ft. event space for banquets or exhibits, a business center and small meeting rooms. Adjacent to the hotel are a full-service restaurant, a western saloon and an outdoor pool. WiFi Internet access in public areas and breakfast are complimentary.
Marie Fishell (verified owner) –
Fun with historic ties!
This place is great for everybody, the whole family including dad! This place has serious historic appeal, complete with rustic buildings and a natural hot springs pool. Lewis and Clark were said to have used springs in the area on their expedition. Keep in mind that young children are not allowed in the hot spring. There is also an outdoor pool that all of the kids enjoy! The staff are real laid back and lots of fun. The restaurant on site is reasonably priced and the menu includes plenty of choices for the picky eaters in your crew. There are showers and changing rooms, but no diaper changing station.
Tips for Families
There are crystals in the area!