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Fairmont Hot Springs Resort: A Relaxing Interlude
I would highly recommend this spot. We spent 5 days here during the 4th of July holiday this year and really enjoyed all the resort had to offer. This isn't a five star posh Arizona kind of spa but a very pleasant place to wind down and trending toward 4 stars, which are fairly rare in Montana. The complex is perched on a ridge overlooking the Deer Lodge Valley and surrounded by mountains and you can begin to understand why they call Montana "Big Sky Country".
The center attraction is the Hot Springs themselves and the very large indoor and outdoor swimming pools, smaller but hotter pools and the 5 story water slide. My wife came here years ago when she was a child and it was known as Gregson Hot Springs and her grandma handed out towels at the pool. The resort is privately owned and each year they continue to add features.
Two restaurants that we never had a bad meal at, a bar with live music 5 nights a week, a small but well stocked gift shop, etc. A large play area for the kids, a frisbee golf course.
The main lobby has a hunting lodge feel to it.
Also on the premises are a very nice 18 hole golf course. Reasonable green fees, cart and club rentals. In a couple of spots, horses were right next to the fairway. A deer was in the shade.
The rooms themselves were just okay. Not real big but well decorated, well stocked and just fine. Each room has a sliding glass door that opens out to a grassy strip (as did ours) or out to a balcony on the 2nd and 3rd floors.
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