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Grand Union Hotel & Restaurant Ft. Benton MT
As Montana’s oldest operating hotel, the Grand Union Hotel commands impressive views of the Missouri River where Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery once traveled. The hotel was built at the height of Fort Benton's prosperity and the steamboat era on the Upper Missouri River, 7 years before Montana became a state. Elegantly restored to its original splendor in 1999, the Grand Union Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Izaak Walton Inn & Restaurant
The Izaak Walton Inn, a year-round hotel, resort and cross country ski area, is a historically unique facility complete with a full service restaurant, cozy lodging rooms in the Inn, six log cabins, and six cabin cabooses including a diesel locomotive that has been converted into a luxury suite. They have 33km of groomed cross-country trails in the winter and spring and are host to many Glacier National Park visitors in the summer and fall. The Izaak Walton Inn is able to accommodate large and small weddings, family reunions and other retreats that appreciate the beauty of the surroundings. We have endless hiking trails in the summer and endless cross-country & snowshoeing in the winter. The Izaak Walton Inn provides great guest service in uniquely beautiful surroundings with excellent cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the Dining Car Restaurant.
The Pollard Hotel & Restaurant -- Red Lodge, MT
The Pollard Hotel was the first brick building ever constructed in the mining town of Red Lodge, Montana, and the doors opened for accommodation in 1893. As was typical of the times, the town’s signature property was located between the passenger train depot and the residential section of Red Lodge. The Pollard family bought the hotel in 1902 and owned and managed it until 1946. The Pollard Hotel hosted the famous and the notorious over the years, from well-known orator William Jennings Bryan to western legends Buffalo Bill Cody and Calamity Jane. The Pollard was completely restored offering lodging and restaurant, and reopened in 1994. The tradition of old-fashioned comfort is now paired with all the modern conveniences and with a very attentive staff. Red Lodge is located on the edge of the Rocky Mountains and Yellowstone National Park, offering guests year-round outdoor opportunities. The guest rooms and suites offer choices between mountain views or balconies that overlook the gallery and fireplace, with over sized whirlpool tubs and steam baths. The oak paneled public rooms welcome visitors to relax with a drink or a good book, and there is a fully equipped workout facility.
Sacajawea Hotel and Restaurant
Perched at the corner of Main and Ash in the town of Three Forks, Montana, the Sacajawea Hotel is a haven for travelers and locals alike. In her heyday during the early part of the twentieth century, she ruled the roads and railways, giving weary travelers a taste of refinery not typically found in the Old West. Now, she once again takes her rightful place as a hotel of distinction located in the heart of Montana, a state known as “The Last Best Place.” The Sacajawea Hotel was founded in 1910 by J.Q. Adams, a purchasing agent for the Milwaukee Railroad, to serve its passengers and crew. In the teens and twenties, Three Forks was the stopping point for touring Yellowstone National Park. Over the years, the historic Hotel has undergone several face-lifts, the most significant of which occurred during 2009-2010, just prior to the hotel’s 100th Anniversary. Great care was taken throughout the renovation process to preserve the character of the building, blending luxury and Western flare.
Calvert Hotel, Oynx Bar & Grill Lewistown MT
The Calvert Hotel in Lewistown, Montana was originally built as a girls’ dormitory in 1912. Under the supervision of its new owners, the classic brick building was completely renovated, a project that took two full years from 2007 to 2009. It now houses 28 beautifully appointed guest rooms. As a result of the renovation, the hotel won the prestigious Historic Preservation Excellence Award for outstanding rehabilitation project. Guests are now welcome to relax in an atmosphere that combines old fashioned charm with modern conveniences like wireless internet. The Calvert Hotel is enviably located in the heart of Montana’s central mountains with convenient access to a multitude of outdoor activities including world class fishing, bird watching, snowmobiling and hiking. Lewistown is also home to the Montana Cowboy Poetry Festival, the Lewistown Chokecherry Festival, and the Central Montana Fair.
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