Montana’s historic Boulder Hot Springs Inn and Spa is located almost mid-way between Butte and Helena just off Interstate 15. It rests in the midst of southwest Montana’s spectacular beauty of snow-capped mountains and lush valleys. The Inn & Spa sits on almost 300 acres of pristine meadows, wetlands and forest. The air is pure and the sounds you hear are those of nature. The Inn is backed by Deerlodge National Forest, home to bears, moose, elk, deer, fox, antelope and coyotes.
What better place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the urban world?
Come to a place where your participants can focus on the tasks at hand while being pampered with good food, comfortable rooms, an opportunity to plunge in the natural geothermal mineral waters after a day of meetings and satisfied accomplishments.
Our Inn offers a combination of comfortable, inviting, elegant and luxurious B&B rooms and suites for guests who want the best that a healing, homelike atmosphere has to offer, and guest rooms for our more budget-minded guests.
Our greatest attraction is our mineral-laden, pure geothermal waters, which are used in the indoor plunges, the outdoor swimming pool, the natural mineral steam rooms, the showers, and also to heat the entire building.
In addition, the Inn & Spa has spacious and gracious meeting rooms and facilities for special events and occasions of all kinds.
Since we specialize in healthy, healing, active living and luxury at an affordable price, Boulder Hot Springs Inn and Spa, with the Conference and Retreat Center, has chosen to be an alcohol, drug and smoke-free environment.
Our kitchen specializes in a variety of healthy, home-cooked, interesting and delicious gourmet food. We use organic meats, fruits and vegetables whenever possible and we serve “Montana-grown” specialties. Boulder Inn and Spa has always been famous for its buffets and we have strived to continue that tradition serving prime rib, fresh seafood, Native American and International cuisines at our buffets. We also have a broad range of menus to choose from for retreats, workshops and conventions.
Artist Reception for Ed Wolff, July 1, 2018 from 12 noon to 2 pm
July 1 - Artist reception July 28-Aug 3 Writers Retreat with Anne Wilson Schaef Aug 4-17 Living in Process Training Aug 18-24 Living in Process Intensive
Summer Hours April - October
10 am - 9 pm daily
Winter Hours November - March
12 noon - 8 pm daily
Day Use Rates $7 for Adults
$5 for seniors (60+)
$4 for children (3-12)