First time at this resort and I was not disappointed. Had a big spacious King room with more than ample space to spread out. Quiet although we could hear the neighbors/children occasionally. Two soaking pools with space for about 10-15 people comfortably each. The hotter pool was at 106 and the cooler at about 102. Beautiful log wood design through out the facility. The floor around the pools can be a little slippery, so make sure you bring some sandals or other foot gear. This high up in the mountains so little or no internet and no cable TV. They do have a Flat Screen TV and DVD players in the room. The lobby has a generous supply of movies you can view for free. Definitely on the honor system. No restaurant in the lodge, but good bar and grill next door. Food was fine but the service on an early Saturday evening was spotty at best. Breakfast is offered at the lodge in the mornings between 8-10. Basic hotel fare that is offered at when advertising a centennial breakfast. We did not come for the food, so as long as there was hot coffee, we were good. We will be back…
Nice looking place but the hot spring at the lodge is more a large soaking tub and it was not that hot. Hot Springs are next door. Food is next door. Might be ok in summer but not with 2' of snow and 15 degrees. No phone,no TV, No fire place. You can get iffy cell service if you are in the lobby.
If you also love hot springs, this place has options. Of course, the lodge itself has two great pools for soaking, both at different temperatures. But the staff was also very helpful in recommending hikes we could take to find other natural hot springs in the area. We really enjoyed making the lodge our comfortable, "home base" and taking day trips to visit other hot springs in relatively close proximity to the lodge. A beautiful stunning area to boot with so much to explore. This is the second year we have been back to stay at the Lodge at Lolo Hot Springs. Thank you to Geoff and Teresa, the property managers for making our stay special each time. We can't wait for next year!
Loved our stay in the tiny cabin. The pool and soaking was so great to relax in. We stayed in the smallest cabins and a bathroom was nearby. The larger cabins have bathrooms but we were there just 1 night & didn't seem a necessity. Since the restaurant was closed for breakfast the owner gave us a "to go" bag for breakfast. Had a frig & microwave, so was very nice of him. My favorite kind of fun, the surroundings were awesome.
The manager at the front desk gave us options on the pros and cons of the local hotsprings he and his wife have hiked to in the past. We had a mixed group ages ranging from 50's to 70+. We were givin the name of another lodge to eat at, that was on the way. We choose outside eating at Lochsa Lodge. Very nice! The hotsprings we choose to hike to were called Weir Creek Hotsprings. Really easy hike. After we arrived back to The Lodge at Lolo Hotsprings we took advantage f the picnic tables and grill and cooked up a mess of pork ribs. At the end of the night we were able to soak our old bones at the Lodges beautiful spring pools. Temperature was just right. This was our 2nd trip to the Lodge and we look forward to another. Great job Geoff and Teresa!