Best Places to Stay in Montana

Are you looking for the best places to stay in Montana? We’ve reviewed mountain cabins, vacation rentals, luxury resorts, national park lodges, and guest ranches. Boomers will find plenty of variety when it comes to Montana lodging choices. And, yes, rustic and luxury make a wonderful combination.

Take a look at our favorites. Which one would you choose? Subscribe to our Weekly Broadcast so that you don’t miss the next Montana lodging review.

Grey Cliffs Ranch getaway

Grey Cliffs Ranch Getaway

I’ve made no secret of the fact that Alan and I are on a mission to find Montana’s best luxury lodging properties. And now we can add a Grey Cliffs Ranch getaway to that list. In fact, Alan and I enjoy Grey Cliffs so much that we chalked up many visits to the ranch hitting […]

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Triple Creel Ranch winter getaway

Triple Creek Ranch Winter Getaway: Luxurious Montana Fun

When you think of spending time at a guest ranch, do you imagine horse rides through fields of wildflowers, cooling your toes in a gurgling creek or telling stories under a star-filled night sky? My guest ranch visions are white, all white, especially when it comes to a Triple Creek Ranch winter getaway in Darby, […]

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Tips for Staying at Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park

Many Glacier Hotel is not open for the 2020 season due to closures on the east side of Glacier National Park. But read on to start planning for 2021. In this Many Glacier Hotel review  I’ll show you why the historic national park lodge that sits on the shores of Swiftcurrent Lake is the best […]

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Coyote Bluff Estate in Somers, Montana

Coyote Bluff Estate: Romantic Lodging at Flathead Lake

When Alan and I look for romantic getaways, three criteria top the list: relaxing, luxurious and spectacular setting. Coyote Bluff Estate in Somers, Montana, more than meets these guidelines for romantic lodging at Flathead Lake. Romantic Lodging at Flathead Lake It’s not always easy fortravelers to find luxury lodging in Montana. Let’s face it, Montana […]

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Soaking in Luxury at Two Hot Springs Resorts in Montana

We absolutely love the feeling of taking a long weekend to escape to a beautiful resort for some much-needed R&R&R (Rest, Recuperation and Romance). Thankfully these days, there are an infinite amount of luxury lodging that offers a bit of everything. But if you really want to relax surrounded by some stunningly breathtaking nature, exploring […]

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Sanders Bed and Breakfast

Montana History Meets Hospitality at The Sanders

On a boomer road trip to Helena, Montana, Alan and I discovered that gold rush history lives on in 19th century mansions located throughout the city. During a stay at The Sanders, one of several bed and breakfasts lining Ewing Street, we slept in the well-preserved mansion of Montana’s first U.S. Senator, Wilbur Fisk Sanders. […]

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Off-the-Beaten-Path Lodging at SweetSage Guest House

How do you find lodging in off-the-beaten-path destinations like Montana’s Bitterroot Valley? Alan and I rely on Vacation Rentals by Owner. Last spring, when we sat down to plan an active boomer adventure in the southwestern corner of the Big Sky State, we used our tried and true tips for choosing a vacation rental. On […]

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Horses pull the sleigh at The Resort at Paws Up

Luxurious Winter Fun at The Resort at Paws Up

A river laced with ice and snow winds through rolling hills studded with a thick forest of evergreens. Mountain ranges provide the snowy backdrop. On a frosty hike along the banks of the Blackfoot River, Alan and I stop to inspect bobcat tracks before looking up to see a bald eagle sitting majestically in the […]

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Toasting Southern Italy on Air Berlin

Best Luxury Travel Tips: How to Get the Most for Your Money

Read our best luxury travel tips from twenty years of luxury travel. When you’re paying hard-earned dollars for luxurious travel experiences, you need tips for getting the most for your money. That’s what this article is all about. It’s no secret that Alan and I prefer luxury travel—on the ocean, in the air and on […]

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