We were staying one night in Red Lodge for some hiking and then taking the Highway to Yellowstone. We rented a first floor studio without air conditioning. It was a good value compared to motels and B&Bs in the town.
We were concerned about noise--faces road, pull in parking in front of the unit, another unit upstairs, bed next to the window--but it was quiet with only occasional very low traffic noise that disappeared at night. This area does get hot in the summer--over 90 degrees at times--so I would hesitate to rent during August, but we were more interested in heat, which worked fine.
The unit we got did not have a dining table. Instead it had a counter with high chairs where the TV also sits. The sofa was a futon. The small kitchen was one of best stocked with dishes, pots/pans, and appliances that I have come across in a studio rental condo--no oven though.
Bathroom was tiny with no counter space.
Must drive to center of town or the only grocery.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Chateau Rouge is a Motel featuring condominium-style apartments and studio rooms with kitchens. Our contemporary units at Chateau Rouge are reasonably priced and contain virtually all of the necessary living elements. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Chateau Rouge Hotel Red Lodge