Hot Springs Events
|Alameda's Welcomes You|
Welcome to the vintage, yet comfortable, 1930's spa-motel that is located in a town that time forgot. A relaxing spot to unwind and slow down the pace, and to remember simpler times.
Our beautiful, yet unique, 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 within walking distance from Alameda's.
Amenities: Dishes and kitchen utensils are provided.
Please bring your own toiletries .
NOW OFFERING: Alameda's Original Hand-Made Natural Soap containing Alameda's Natural Clay from the property.
Starting Jan 1, 2018, we have changed our dog policy.
A $5.00 per dog per night charge will be added upon check-in.
PLEASE BRING CASH TO PAY THE PET FEE
This fee goes directly to our housekeepers.
***All Things Green***
Celebrate the incoming Spring here at Alameda's during our Sunday-Thursday weekly special. Get 10% off your stay when you mention SPRING when booking or checking in.
*** MONTANA THAI THERAPEUTICS ***
by Jennifer Vanderburg
April 23 - April 27
Presents: Deep Thai Massage Compression & Stretch
Learn new skills while enjoying a Hot Springs Retreat
For more info :
Come and Soak in the Goodness!!
Accommodations - Please call : 406-741-2283 or Book Online
*** Thai Massage Retreat Participants will recieve 10% off their Room ***
Contact Us : firstname.lastname@example.org
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|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.|