Surrounded by three mountain ranges, Lewistown, Mont., offers a quieter side of a state known for its wild side. When you stay at the boutique Calvert Hotel, you’ll feel that sense of relaxation. Located between Yellowstone and Glacier national parks, it’s the place to stay to get away from it all.
“We offer touches of home paired with luxuries of vacation,” says KellyAnne Terry, general manager.
You’ll notice the modern details like custom tile, Keurigs in the rooms and luxury bedding. A bountiful grab-n-go breakfast is the perfect way to fuel up for the day with homemade pastries, a custom blend of coffee from local roaster, Rising Trout and more. But you’ll also feel the hotel’s historic charm from the moment you walk in.
“It’s historic juxtaposed against art deco,” Terry describes.
Built in 1917 as a dormitory for ranch children to stay in when they came to town for the school week, it became in a hotel in 1929. Today, the historic hotel is part of Lewistown’s quaint downtown and is the perfect place to meet up with friends or family for the vacation of a lifetime.
Lewistown is more than just a stopover on your road trip. Beyond the hotel, explore some amazingly gorgeous sights like Upper Missouri Breaks National Monument and the Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge, a landscape that mirrors what it looked like 200 years ago.
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216 7 Avenue South, Lewistown, MT 59457