Hot Springs Events
|Alameda's Hot Springs Retreat Welcomes You|
To a comfortable, vintage 1930's spa-motel located in a town that time forgot, a great spot to unwind and slow down a place to remember simpler times.
Our beautiful suites have private hot mineral baths, living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and a southern facing sun porch.
There is no public outdoor pool on the property, however, there are several places nearby where you can soak for $5.00, all located in walking distance from Alameda's.
Amenities: Please bring your own shampoo and body soap with you. Dishes and kitchen utensils are provided.
Dogs are welcomed and are allowed for no extra charge.
Most motels require $7.00/dog/day.
At Alameda's we ask that you leave $5.00/dog/day gratuity for our wonderful housekeepers.
** Children's Summer Camp in Hot Springs **
Tuesday Aug 5 - Saturday Aug 9
We have a children's camp from 9:00 - 4:30 with professional teachers from the Chautauqua providing instruction for ages 6 and up in the arts of :
clowning / stilt walking / juggling / music / acro-balance / aerial
Call Janell @ 406-741-5047 for more information and schedule of events.
Mom and I thank you for a perfect weekend away from our husbands.
Mom and I thank you for a perfect weekend away from our husbands. They wouldn't sufficiently appreciate the sunshine and vintage furnishings. Also, the soak was the perfect stop on the way over to climb Mt. Rainier. Thanks--
- Jen and Doreen M.
|Hot Springs Montana Area Activities|
|A time to warm the bones and get out of the house. Visit a wildlife refuge, or fish for Northern Pike in the Flathead River, or Lake Trout in Flathead..|
|Alamedas Hot Springs Retreat is located in the ideal place to explore the wonders of the area. Within a 100 mile radius is Glacier Park, wilderness hiking, and water activities galore.|
|Last chance before the snow flies to explore the back country or take a ride and marvel at the fall colors. The Elk are bugling and the bears are fattening-up. A great time to visit Glacier Park.|
|Time to pick up a good book, rest, take a nap, or strap on the skis and take a few runs. There's ice fishing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and experiencing the beauty of Montana winter.|