With a stunning mountain backdrop, Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort, located near the town of Paradise, Montana, is a slice of geothermal heaven in the Rocky Mountains.
Off the beaten path in scenic northwestern Montana, Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort is nestled in a remote canyon that is bisected by a quiet two-lane country road. Secluded but easily accessible, it’s the ideal location for a connect-with-nature hot springs getaway.
A Hot Spot in the Mountains
At the center of the resort are multiple hot springs pools and an ice plunge—all chemical-free for a natural soaking experience. The warm pools range in temperature from 89° to 106°F (32° to 41°C) and are conveniently inter-connected—an especially nice feature on a chilly winter’s day. In addition to the soothing geothermal waters, guests can also take an invigorating dip in the cold plunge pool designed to increase heart rates and improve circulation.
New Geothermal Geometry
In the summer of 2020, Quinn’s will unveil a new configuration of soaking pools—a modernized version of the historic pools. The updated rendition will feature a curvy, organic shape with more seating to comfortably accommodate guests. At the center of the largest pool, a rock sculpture will pay tribute to the stunning Montana landscape, while new changing facilities will provide additional space and convenience.
Culinary Traditions & Modern Flavors
In addition to the hot springs, Quinn’s is also renowned for the exquisite, approachable western cuisine served at the Harwood House Restaurant. Guests can savor the historic ambiance of the Harwood House while enjoying exceptional culinary choices including locally sourced steaks, fresh seafood and organic produce, all of which can be perfectly paired with an award-winning selection of wine. Favorites from the dinner menu include the Wild Game Meatloaf and the slow-roasted Prime Rib. For a more laid-back setting, the Tavern offers a relaxed, pub-style atmosphere. Here guests can watch the game, play pool and even try their luck on gaming machines.
Lodging, from Rustic to Luxurious
When it comes to Quinn’s lodging, there are plenty of options for tucking in at the end of the day. Catering mainly to couples and families, the resort can also accommodate groups, both small and large. For twosomes on a romantic getaway, the Riverside Cabins are an upscale option; the Mountain-side Cabins are conveniently close to soaking and dining; the Canyon Cabins are ideal for families and small groups. For more traditional guest room accommodations, the Andre J. Melief River Lodge and the Glacier Lodge both offer cozy overnight options. All lodging guests have access to the hot springs, which are open from 7 a.m. until late in the evening.
Life of the Party
Quinn’s idyllic natural setting also makes it a top choice for special events, especially weddings, as well as retreats, reunions and conferences.
Learn more and plan a visit to Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort today, a geothermal nirvana in Paradise, Montana.