Mineral Hot Spring Resorts in Montana

Mineral Hot Spring Resorts in Montana
With big skies and open plains, Montana is a great place to get away from the noise and stress of daily life. A variety of hot springs resorts in Montana feature different environments--ranging from upscale city to country--but they all offer the rejuvenating and healing benefits of heated water full of minerals like fluorine, iron and bromine. Hot springs resorts in Montana have reasonable prices and a variety of housing and entertainment options on-site and also offer access to a beautiful, rural state full of outdoor activities like skiing and hiking.

The Lost Trail Hot Springs Resort

The Lost Trail Hot Springs resort in Sula, Montana is designed to blend in with its natural surroundings, complete with a wooden cabins and green awnings. The resort offers condominiums, apartments, and an entire lodge, with prices ranging from $85 to $650 per night. The hot springs pool and hot tub, heated to 95 degrees and 105 degrees respectively, is chemical free and is purported to have healing properties. Once you've climbed out of the pool, you can have dinner on-site at their family restaurant, which is also a Wi-Fi hotspot, or be outfitted for hiking at Bunky Ranch Outfitters. The Lost Trail Hot Springs Resort even offers spaces for Recreational vehicles, but does not include pool privileges in the site cost. Public swimming ranges from $2 to $7, depending on your age.

The Lost Trail Hot Springs Resort
8321 Highway 93 South
Sula, MT 59871
800-825-8374
losttrailhotsprings.com

Chico Hot Springs Resort

Chico Hot Springs Resort offers two open-air pools that are fed by the hot springs that flow from the mountain. The smaller pool has an average temperature of 103 degrees while the larger pool maintains a temperature of about 96 degrees; both pools experience temperature change when the hot springs change due to environmental conditions. You can take a room in the main lodge for as low as $50 per night or stay in the five bedroom Mountain View House for $355. Each house includes a fully stocked kitchen, an entertainment center with a DVD player, and all the linens you need. If you don't feel like cooking, try a meal at the Dining Room where the meat is served fresh, never frozen; you can also grab a drink at the Saloon or enjoy simpler fare at the Poolside Grille. Enjoy your time at Chico by wandering through the gardens and greenhouse. Chico also offers wedding services, a conference center and a spa. Chico is also convenient to both downhill and cross-country skiing.

Chico Hot Springs Resort
1 Old Chico Rd
Pray, MT 59065
800-468-9232
chicohotsprings.com/index.html

Symes Hot Springs Hotel and Resort

The Symes Hot Springs Hotel and resort offers the charm of an Old West for people looking to take a trip back to a simpler time. A family-oriented atmosphere, Symes features hot mineral baths, a heated outdoor pool, a masseuse, yoga classes, a soak and steam room, and live music on the weekends. You can stay in a basic room for about $53 per night or try the Jacuzzi suite for $134 each night and for an additional $7, you can even bring your dog. The Symes Bathhouse Grill serves homestyle food or you can go to the on-site espresso bar, the Daily Grind, to satisfy your sweet tooth with biscotti, cookies or danishes or get a jolt from a caffeinated drink.

Symes Hot Springs Hotel and Resort
209 Wall Street
Hot Springs, MT 59845
406-741-2361
symeshotsprings.com

Article Written By Melly Parker

Melly Parker has been writing since 2007, focusing on health, business, technology and home improvement. She has also worked as a teacher and a bioassay laboratory technician. Parker now serves as a marketing specialist at one of the largest mobile app developers in the world. She holds a Master of Science in English.

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