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Fairmont Hot Springs Resort

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • huge, hot pools are great for kids of any age

    Cons

  • waterslide not included with room charge
  • detractors point to outdated facilities and lackluster food

Fodorite Reviews

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Fairmont Hot Springs Resort Review

This resort between Anaconda and Butte is a great option for families. Although not much to look at, the Fairmont has naturally heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a 350-foot waterslide, a playground, and a wildlife zoo in a beautiful setting. There's also an 18-hole golf course on the grounds.

    Hotel Details

  • 153 rooms, 23 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.

Fodorite Reviews

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    Hot Spring Pools Are for Adults Too

    I really enjoyed my stay here. Yes, the restaurants are average and a bit expensive. I didn't use the slide but agree that it should be free if you are an overnight guest. However, the huge indoor and outdoor pools heated to 103-108 degrees are a pleasure to soak in. I also made good use of the kitchen in my one bedroom suite. The bed was very comfortable. The bathroom was huge. The furniture was nice. There is golf and tennis on site too. I had a small issue with the air conditioning, but they fixed it right away. I recommend this resort.

    by soclwkr, 9/24/12

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