Grand Union Hotel

1 Grand Union Sq. Box 1119, Fort Benton, Montana, 59442, United States

Perhaps the oldest hotel in Montana, the Grand Union was built on the bank of the Missouri in 1882 to serve steamboat and stage travelers. Filled with period pieces, the two-story building is as elegant as ever. With its dark-wood accents and Victorian-style lighting, the Union Grille Restaurant ($$$–$$$$) brings to mind the refinement cultivated by the Western frontier's elite. The seasonal menu features Montana regional cuisine and fare from afar, including local roasted chicken, cocoa-dusted elk loin with espresso-whipped mashed potatoes, and grilled buffalo rib eye. The varied wine list is populated predominantly by choices from California and Washington vineyards, and offers a number of exceptional beer choices from Montana microbreweries.

PROS

  • the hotel has a colorful history
  • easy walking around town
  • friendly atmosphere

CONS

  • hard to get a room at the last minute
  • no lunch at the Union Grille

Location

QUICK FACTS

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 406-622–1882 | 888-838–1882

HOTEL DETAILS

26 rooms
Rate Includes: Restaurant closed Mon. and Tues. in winter. No lunch Breakfast

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