We celebrated our anniversary in March and decided to go to a nice place, stay the night, have a nice dinner and soak in the hot springs under the stars. We arrived and were treated very well. Our room was very nice with a comfortable bed! So far so good! We decided to go have a soak in the hot springs so we got ready to soak! The first draw back was......we had to go through the lounge inorder to get to the pool......ok....we made it through that. We got into the hot springs....Wow did they feel good.......however the second drawback started. There were more people drinking alcoholic beverages then not. There were signs posted all around that forbid food or beverages beyond a certain point. The longer we soaked, the drunker and louder people got and it not only annoyed us, but others as well. The swearing in the conversations was quite obnoxious and I felt really bad for the children that were in the pools having to see and hear this. We then got out because enough was enough and hoped to try the pools again after dinner to see if it was better then our first experience in the hot springs at Quinns. We left and had dinner in their lovely restraunt. What a wonderful tasting meal! (Dont forget to bring extra money....it's gourmet). We then went back out to the hot springs for an after dinner soak.......Same experience as before, with the exception of more people drinking spirits and such! As the drinks flowed the conversations became louder and more "choice" words became the topic of conversations surrounding us. We left once again and just went back to our room. We will only go to Quinns again and enjoy the hot springs with our own cabin with a private hot tub, no more public hot spring pools for us. The food was delicious, the service was fantastic and our room was comfortable and clean. As far as the hot springs go.....well thumbs down to all those people who cant read the signs surrounding the pools and respecting others, and thumbs down to the establishment for not following their own rules.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Quinn's Hot Springs Resort is nestled in a majestic canyon on the Clark Fork River in Sanders County on Quinn's Canyon Road (Hwy 135). We have a full service restaurant, tavern, gift store, 6 pools, massage, and currently 50 rentals. All lodging is new since 2001 and forward. We are continuing with development and have 7 new river view cabins under construction. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Quinns Hot Springs Hotel Paradise
- Quinn's Hot Springs Resort Montana/Paradise