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.
Enjoy a home made pumpkin bread and good organic coffee with your room stay on weekends…
*** The New Old Time Chautauqua is coming to Hot Springs !
July 27 - 29
In honor of the New Old Time Chautauqua which will be performing in Hot Springs July 29th we have the pleasure of presenting this years Summer Arts camp.
Join us for 5 days of Circus Art Fun August 5 - 9th 2014
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.
A wonderfully relaxing weekend retreat
A wonderfully relaxing weekend retreat - atmosphere, mineral water soaks, and welcoming strangers help to let go of the social trappings of everyday life.
- Jay B. & Judith 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.|