250 Old Reserve Drive, Kalispell, Montana, United States
13.4km from Glacier Park International Airport
"Our family of 3 (mom, dad, tween son) stayed at this hotel Jan 2020 for 2 nights while visiting the area in Montana. This hotel is very clean, modern, good location in Kalispell walkable to many places to eat and shop, and has wonderful front desk staff. We acted on their suggestions for dinner both nights, see our reviews (Scottibellis and Bullman Pizzeria). We enjoyed the indoor pool but there ISN’T a hot tub. Most of 2 walls in pool area are windows - you can see beautiful mountain scenery! Our room was a Qu/Qu suite with a sort of separate living area having a desk + chair, couch, and ottoman. Couch was deep and firm so not comfortable seating (we used bed pillows for added comfort) but makes into twin bed (bedding in closet). Room was super clean, modern and had a fridge/microwave in its own cubby area across from room door. The mattresses need to either be flipped or replaced as we sank deep into them for a rather uncomfortable sleep. Very nice bedding/pillows. Lots of drawer space. There’s a nice sized bathroom with bright shower stall, no tub, and most of the other amenities we could need EXCEPT the shampoo and body wash dispensers in the shower were empty; upon calling the desk for refills, they said they were out but did quickly deliver to our room some sample size shampoo but no body wash; we just used the bar soap from the sink. There wasn’t any lotion either and your skin gets dry in the mountain air so BYO. There’s a walk-in closet! The included breakfast was good…from the open and airy places to sit and eat, to the variety of foods like waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, juices, breads, yogurts, hard boiled eggs, etc. One day they had a delicious sausage, onion, pepper combo! There is a little cubby area off the front desk that has items for sale, no gift shop. We utilized the fitness room where we found treadmills, elipticals, reclining bikes, free weights, heavy balls, water, towels, +. with the nice wall windows to see outside! There is a giant tablet on the wall in the main lobby for doing various fun things like painting, drawing, +. Our son LOVED it! We would stay here again IF the mattresses were better."
"Spinghill Suties is a clean and comfortable hotel. Its a bit more modern then most in the Kalispell area. Their housekeeping staff are top notch and do a fantastic job. I stayed in a 1 king suite, for 2 nights will on a little get-away. The room was clean, the bed was comfortable and I was on the 4th floor, for the most part it was relatively quite, the odd time a bunch of kids / teens making noise, due to the hotel being full of families for the Canadian Family Day long weekend and what I assumed was several teams for a hockey tournament. Overall it wasn't disruptive. I didn't attend the breakfast, as it isn't quite up to par with some in the area, and there's a wicked local spot (Sykes) that is amazing. Its centrally located to the shopping district and on the northern side of town for ease of access to get to Glacier national park and Whitefish. The front desk staff were always cheerful and helpful. The pool, was a cold for temperature, but wasn't bad (it would be a great pool for the summer). Overall this is a good hotel to make it a base when visiting Kalispell area. Would stay here again."
"I was at the hotel for 2 nights, there were 6 of us. The room was fantastic, clean, lots of room even the sofa bed that was used was a good size and comfortable. Lots of parking, hotel was clean and decorated well. During our stay we kept running into the front desk clerk Riley. He always had a smile on his face and a warm greeting. He gave us a lot of information of the area on where to go for restaurants and shopping. Every time we went in and out he was there with a friendly greeting. He made our visit even better. Riley is 5 star! We hope to be back in the area next year and stay here again! "