This is our third time staying at The Lodge at Lolo Hot Springs. Our first two trips were 7 and 5 years ago. We have never minded rustic but simply failing to update items like the bed, flooring, curtains, lighting and broken futons is just sad. There were also at least 5 live shield bugs in the room and a dozen or so dead flies on top of the baseboard heaters. The beds were not comfortable and we actually got the wrong room but just decided to roll with it. The free breakfast was a little skimpy but at least it was included. The hot pools seemed to be in decent condition and the lobby was fine. But again, the room, the room, the ROOM was and is still outdated and now dirty. Also, there were piles of dog poop around the parking lot and stairs. And they were draining excess water from runoff right across the parking lot so everyone's shoes were soaked. They did this last time and I'm amazed that they could not buy two more hoses to extend the draining away from where customers load and unload their vehicles.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in the mountains only 40 minutes from Missoula, MT. Huge executive rooms featuring large picture windows and log style furniture. Huge Gathering Lobby perfect for family gatherings. 2 Hot Springs Mineral Soaking Tubs. Free Lite Continental Breakfast. Wireless Internet. Adjacent to restaurant, lounge and hot springs swimming pool. 500 Miles of recreational trails. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Lodge At Lolo Hot Springs Hotel Lolo