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Come See St. Regis: A Small-Town Gem in Western Montana

The charming crossroads community of St. Regis is a road-trip must-stop. Travelers on the Interstate Highway 90 corridor between Missoula, Montana and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho never miss the chance to pull over and stretch their legs in this treasured town nestled at the confluence of the Bitterroot, Coeur d’Alene and Cabinet Mountain ranges.

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The family-owned St. Regis Travel Center is known far and wide as a place to stop and stay a little while. It’s more than just a convenient spot to fill your gas tank. Fuel up on great food and famous huckleberry milkshakes at Huck’s Grill, plus Dolly V’s ice cream, fudge and espresso. There’s a live trout aquarium, too and Montana’s largest gift shop, where you’ll find souvenirs in abundance and free popcorn to boot.

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Head off the interstate and onto the St. Regis-Paradise Scenic Byway —state Route 135—winding 22 miles through gorgeous national forest land including rolling flats and steep canyon walls. This route is part of the Clark Fork Scenic Drive through the Coeur d’Alene Mountains, beginning in Alberton and hooking up with Montana’s Tour 200 scenic route. Stop along the way for fishing, hiking, camping and wildlife viewing, or a soak in the healing mineral waters of Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort .

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Recreation abounds in the St. Regis area. In addition to St. Regis Community Park’s half-mile interpretive nature trail, playground and pond—perfect for a pit stop picnic—authentic outdoor adventure is all around. Fly-fish the Clark Fork River, ski Lookout Pass (about 30 minutes west of St. Regis) and discover plenty of places to hike and bike in Lolo National Forest.

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The Route of the Hiawatha provides pedaling fun the whole family will enjoy. This 15-mile Rails-to-Trails adventure, not far from St. Regis, traverses 10 tunnels and seven high trestles along breathtaking stretches of scenic Montana landscapes, and a shuttle is offered for those who prefer to skip the up-hill trek. Mountain bikers can find 18 miles of epic single-track on one of the best trails in all of Glacier Country—the Clark Fork River Trail (also a great hiking spot—try the Cascade Falls spur trail). This smooth ride follows the river through pristine, lush forestland, and the trailhead is not far from Quinn’s .

Head for the hills and a little history on the Crystal Lake Trail . This 3.8-mile uphill hike can be moderate to difficult at times, but worth experiencing the sparkling Crystal Lake 1.5 miles from the trailhead. Stop along the way for berry picking, fishing and viewing the remnants of a historic abandoned mining town and Deer Creek Mining Company, including the ruins of several cabins and a sunken mine shaft.

Swing your golf clubs against the backdrop of the Bitterroot Range at the beautiful, family-friendly Trestle Creek Golf Course . Tee times are usually available on short notice and golf clubs can be rented on-site—perfect when you feel like a spontaneous stop for some time on the green.

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St. Regis hosts the largest flea market in Montana every Memorial Day weekend at Community Park. For three days from dawn to dusk, vendors peddle their wares. Find a true Montana treasure to take home with you, plus breakfast, lunch and snacks.

This tightly knit community charms with events like an annual Easter egg hunt, scarecrow contest, Christmas lighting, Trail Rail Run, Fourth of July parade and fireworks. Come on over and see St. Regis for yourself.

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If you’ve ever road tripped across Montana — and we certainly hope you have — you already know that the Treasure State is full of hidden gems you can only experience by road trip. From our unique pit stops like the 50,000 Silver Dollar Bar to our quirky roadside attractions , there’s nothing like a statewide road trip to remind you that it’s all about the journey, not the destination. If your travels happen to take you down I-90 near the Idaho border, make sure to stop at the St. Regis Travel Center … but only if you feel like checking out some live trout while sipping on the best milkshake of your life. (By the way, we are sure that delicious milkshake will have you asking, “When are huckleberries in season?” in no time!).

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You can learn more about the St. Regis Travel Center on its official website , as well as on the official Facebook page.

Have you ever been to this awesome travel stop? If so, what was your favorite part? Did you try a huckleberry shake? Where do you think is the coolest gas station in Montana? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

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St. Regis Montana is a small town, population only 319 according to the 2010 census, but a handy waypoint if not a destination. There is more here than meets the eye when seen from I-90. You may even want to make it a destination for a night or two or more.

St. Regis is somewhat of an oasis along the high-speed ribbon of gray that is I-90 when traveling either east or west in a hurry to get somewhere else. The town is small in size (only 510 acres) but big in potential. So, slow down and take a break from the rush and enjoy what this little village has to offer.

St. Regis also is a popular waypoint for travelers driving to Glacier National Park when driving I-90. The St. Regis exit, Exit 33, is located at the junction of Montana State Route 135 with I-90. The exit is 33 miles east of Lookout Pass and about 71 miles west of Missoula and provides access to one of the more popular routes to Glacier NP. The town also is located at the confluence of the St. Regis and Clark Fork Rivers But whether exiting here to drive to Glacier, or driving straight through on I-90, a stop in St. Regis is well worth the time. There is much to see and do.

Stop in St. Regis for Food and Rest

Looking for food? Then you have found the right place for a burger and a milkshake, a steak or even seafood.

Talking Bird Restaurant and Casino in St. Regis

The St. Regis Travel Center is a complex that includes a restaurant, gift shop, minimarket and a Conoco service station. Dine in, grab supplies for a quick picnic at a nearby park, or just pick up snacks for back on the road. Note, however, that the St. Regis Travel Center is not to be confused with the state visitor center, which also is located in St. Regis on Highway 135 a short distance north of the main intersection.

Jaspers Restaurant, a couple of doors down from the “Travel Center”, is connected to a casino and might suit the traveler wanting to while away some time at the slots, enjoy a beverage of choice or a more leisurely meal. Next to Jaspers is the Talking Bird Saloon.

Then, a few blocks northeast of the main intersection on Highway 135 you will find the OK Cafe & Casino, which is a dinner that also is popular with travelers.

If you are looking for groceries, then stop at Stangs Food Center, which is located just east of the main intersection, and is open 9AM–9PM.

Attractions

St. Regis offers a large community park and annually host several events. One is the Memorial Day Weekend Parade and Flea Market. The year 2017 marked the 41st year of the Memorial Day parade.

Flea Market in St. Regis

John Cheesman, a long-time resident of St. Regis and a member of the Resort Board and the Community Council, says, “The Memorial Day flea market features more than 200 vendors and draws crowds of 5,000 or more people from all over the northwest.” In the most recent year, 220 vendor spaces all sold out three weeks prior to the Flea Market. The cost charged for a 20-foot by 24-foot space is $90.00 for the three-day event. Cheesman noted that vendors participating in the flea market come from as far away as Seattle as well as from such places as Spokane, Coeur 'd Alene, Sandpoint and Moscow, Idaho as well as from Billings, Bozeman, Kalispell and Missoula, Montana. He added, “There are probably more out-of-staters than there are Montanans that set up booths.”

Money from the event goes for community projects and a scholarship for high school kids. Cheesman explained that qualification for obtaining a scholarship is based on community involvement and community service rather than grades.

To accommodate such large crowds, the Community Council runs a shuttle every 30 minutes from parking areas to the main event.

Another big event is the Fourth of July parade featuring 100 or more vehicles and floats. Following the parade is a big fireworks display.

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OK Cafe & Casino. 31 MT-135, St Regis, MT 59866.

Huck's Grill, 55 Mullan Gulch Rd, St Regis, MT 59866. Phone: 406-649-2407.

Talking Bird Saloon. 85 Mullan Gulch Rd, St Regis, MT 59866. Phone: 406-649-2473.

Stangs Food Center. Highway 10 E, St Regis, MT 59866. Phone: 406-649-2414.

St. Regis Travel Center . 55 Mullan Gulch Rd, St Regis, MT 59866. Phone: 866-649-2407. Hours: Open 24 hours.

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If you’re passing through St. Regis, Mont., it’s hard to not stop. If the billboards advertising huckleberry milkshakes aren’t enough to make you pull in, the look of the place just might. The St. Regis Travel Center’s fun signage promoting its gift shop, restaurant, casino and aquarium are enough to make passersby hit their brakes and go inside.

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In 1962, Jack Lincoln purchased an old gift shop and the surrounding property in St. Regis. He added a diner and truckstop with a service station. In 1984, he combined all of the businesses under one roof. When Lincoln passed away in 2001, he left the business to his three children. His daughter, Maureen Bullock, known by most as “Muffy,” bought out her brothers in the first year. Together with her husband, Gary, Muffy runs the St. Regis Travel Center, and they constant tweak the business to attract summer travelers coming and going from nearby vacation destinations.

The Gift of Variety

The Bullocks have taken on a remodeling project about every five years, starting with the restrooms. “It was probably the best move we made,” Gary says, “because we found out quickly how important that was for customers.”

Next they took on the gift shop, expanding it significantly in 2004. Today, St. Regis has 6,000 square feet of gifts from 300 different vendors, 53 of them from Montana. “Anything huckleberry is popular,” Muffy says of the Montana-grown wild berry. “We have pottery made from a woman from Superior, a couple of T-shirt lines out of Missoula, local jewelry, etc.”

The gift shop also has a live trout aquarium that’s been around for 50 years. Originally the aquarium had a live seal pit. That’s gone now, but the remodeled structure includes a place where kids can play. There’s also a big talking bull moose nearby that makes kids laugh. The moose, Huck, tells jokes and explains where you can get a milkshake and a burger.

Adjacent to the gift shop is an ice-cream and espresso shop called Dolly V’s. It stands for Dolly Varden. “If you’re a fisherman,” Gary says, “you’ll know what  that means.” (It’s a kind of trout.) And thankfully, many of the travelers who stop by do. Dolly V’s signature item is huckleberry milkshakes, and the travel center sells about 10,000 annually.

Grill Marks

Until 2010, St. Regis also had a family-style restaurant with an extensive menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. “We felt maybe that concept was becoming dated and we wanted to update our look as well,” Gary says. “We also don’t have a large labor pool around here. To find a cook who could do a full menu was pretty challenging.”

So they simplified the menu, paring it down to what they call “upscale fast food.” Now the restaurant, Huck’s Grill, offers a smaller breakfast menu and hand-pressed Angus beef burgers, along with sandwiches and chicken strips, for lunch. Noon to 3 p.m. is the busiest part of the day. “We try to cater to the traveling family,” Muffy says.

After the remodel, they tried doing counter-service ordering, but customers preferred to be waited on. So they switched back to table service and added a to-go window. Now 40% of restaurant sales are to go. The gift-shop expansion reduced restaurant space and the staffing requirements, but sales volume is back up to what it was before the change.

“We’re pretty tickled with how that’s worked out,” Gary says.

A Good Gamble

The old convenience store had a strange, narrow layout, which the Bullocks have updated. They made it look more modern and upscale, adding wood flooring and a black gondola. The store offers classic c-store items from classic c-store vendors, but some atypical selections offer an opportunity for improved margins.

“People know how much a typical candy bar goes for, but if it’s something they’re not familiar with, you can charge whatever you want,” Gary says.

The c-store also offers deli sandwiches, salads and desserts made fresh in the restaurant kitchen. Sixteen Conoco-branded fueling stations are just outside the c-store doors.

In the middle of the building is a small casino with 14 machines, flat-screen TVs and packaged liquor, a good profit center for St. Regis. “We get a lot of tourists who didn’t know you could do video gambling in Montana,” Gary says. “They’ll drop $2 or $3 in there. The casino just quietly does well for us.”

It’s called Cutthroat Henry’s Casino, branded with a cartoon fish. The Bullocks came up with all the names for each department of their travel center. A local graphic designer has brought their outdoor-character theme to life.

What’s Next

Looking ahead, the Bullocks have more improvement projects planned for the travel center. The women’s restroom was expanded this year to shorten lines; they’re looking to do the same with the men’s restroom soon. They also want to solve congestion problems caused by campers in their parking lot and improve the efficiency of the to-go window at Huck’s.

“Gary also looks for new menu items every year,” Muffy says. “We focus on fewer items but make sure they’re all tasty and high-quality. We know we need to add healthy vegetarian and gluten-free items. We’re watching those trends.”

The site employs about 60 people in the summer season but far fewer during the rest of the year. “It gets pretty sleepy around here in February,” Muffy says.

The Bullocks know the key to their success is teaching their employees to focus on customer service.

“Customers really demand that now,” Muffy says. Complimentary bags of popcorn and friendly smiles make a big impression on customers. “We do our best to give them a little more than they expect.”

St. Regis Travel Center

The St. Regis Travel Center includes a gift shop, restaurant, casino and aquarium, in additionto the traditional fuel and products of a convenience store.

St. Regis Travel Center checkout lane

St. Regis Travel Center has wide aisles and wood floors.

Shopping in the St. Regis Travel Center can feel like a rummage sale.

The c-store portion of the St. Regis Travel Center offers deli sandwiches, salads and desserts made fresh in the restaurant kitchen.

Amenities like a horse ride give children something to do at the St. Regis Travel Center.

Adjacent to the gift shop is an ice-cream and espresso shop called Dolly V’s.

The gift shop in the St. Regis Travel Center has a live-trout aquarium that’s been around for 50 years.

Huck’s Grill offers a small breakfast menu and hand-pressed Angus beef burgers, along with sandwiches and chicken strips, for lunch.

The gift shop in the St. Regis Travel Center includes a well-established art gallery.

Sixteen Conoco-branded fueling stations are just outside the c-store doors. In the middle of the building is a small casino with 14 machines, flat-screen TVs and packaged liquor, a good profit center for St. Regis.

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Towering above the iconic “Diana the Huntress” fountain on Mexico City ‘s bustling Paseo de la Reforma, the 31-story The St. Regis Mexico City is a dramatic landmark in the heart of the metropolis.

Designed by Cesar Pelli (the renowned Argentine-American architect behind iconic buildings like the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, the Carnegie Hall Tower in New York and The National Museum of Art in Osaka), the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Hotel has become as much an institution as the bronze-goddess-sculpture-topped fountain it overlooks. As the property marks its 15th anniversary, we take a closer look at what makes it stand out:

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Another St. Regis hallmark is the daily champagne sabering ritual in the lobby, a nod to Napoleon Bonaparte’s practice of forcing the tops off bottles with his own saber. “Champagne: in victory, one deserves it; in defeat, one needs it,” the famed French ruler said. But at The St. Regis Mexico City, everyone wins with a glass of bubbly. The ritual offers a warm way to welcome guests.

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For more great service, consult the Les Clefs d’Or concierges, recognizable by the golden key pins on their lapels. Les Clefs d’Or is an international association of hotel concierges that requires comprehensive testing for membership.

The concierges’ expertise shows — the St. Regis’ team has curated unforgettable excursions. While tourists crowd Frida Kahlo’s iconic Casa Azul, you can take a private tour of Casa Ortega, a lesser-known but no less significant creation of Luis Barragán, Mexico’s celebrated architect.

Only available by appointment, Casa Ortega often gets overshadowed by the adjacent Luis Barragán House and Studio (now a museum, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site), but it was the first home the Pritzker Prize-winning architect created and inhabited.

Lush gardens are a focal point at Casa Ortega.

A passionate architecture expert will lead you through Casa Ortega, which is preserved in its original condition with a large collection of furniture from Clara Porset, a trailblazing Cuban designer and a longtime Barragán collaborator. You will get a rich sense of Barragán’s signature use of saturated colors, geometric shapes and surprising design elements.

The unexpected twists happen when you first enter the nondescript door into a bubblegum-pink hallway. Elsewhere in the house, an oversized wooden door in the brick-walled living room opens to reveal a verdant, expansive garden with vivid purple bougainvillea. The influence of Spain’s Alhambra and Generalife on Barragán’s design is evident, and these gardens were the very reason he purchased the property.

Explore the grounds for more surprises: A sunken loggia almost disappears beneath an awning, and a cantilevered outdoor stairway atop the building seems to ascend to the heavens.

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Culinary Options and Artisanal Spirits

You have diverse gastronomic choices at The St. Regis Mexico City. The hotel boasts Mexico’s first La Table Krug, an intimate burgundy-hued space that serves multicourse French menus paired with champagne at a table for 12.

But it’s not the only establishment at the property to specialize in pairings. Diana Restaurant, named for the bronze huntress beyond its oversized windows, matches vibrant wines with its Mexican food: El Jardín de Lucía albariño arrives with the divine avocado pizza, a longtime menu fixture with coriander, onion and jalapeños on a cracker-like crust. A 2018 Casa Madero Gran Reserva shiraz accompanies your tender beef fillet with jus poured tableside.

Order a bloody mary.

Next to Diana, the King Cole Bar stakes a claim for the city’s best bloody marys. The cocktail debuted as the Red Snapper at The St. Regis New York’s bar in 1934. Try the original or the Mexico City hotel’s local spin, Sangrita Maria, with mezcal, chile pasilla, black pepper, salt, sauce mix, lemon and tomato juices and a rim of worm salt. Or tell the barkeep you are looking for something different, and he might bring out digestifs like Yolixpa Teepak, a pre-Hispanic spirit from Puebla that’s sweet and herbal like chartreuse, or D’Aristi Xtabentún, an anise liqueur from the Yucatan. Whichever you choose, pair it with the tacos al pastor , placed around a mini-spit of pork for an eminently Instagrammable and satisfying lunch.

For other meals, bakery/bistro Glass House Café offers plant-based options. Mentor transports you to Greece with its stone flooring, archways and menu. Or leave your meal to the chef with Sushi Tatsugoro’s omakase menu.

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The Spa in the Sky

When you need to decompress, zip up to the 15th floor to the two-story Remède Spa. Get an up-close look at the tall buildings surrounding you from the floor-to-ceiling windows in the locker room, the fitness center (outfitted with Technogym and Kinesis equipment) or the heated indoor pool, but you’ll quickly forget about the city outside when it’s time to settle in for a massage (like the deep tissue using bamboo or the indulgent four-handed service) or a HydraFacial. Couples can unwind in the private Sol y Luna, a spa suite with its own steam room and shower.

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Verdant Retreats

Seek out the tucked-away hidden green oasis on the third floor. The alfresco Bloom Garden debuted during the pandemic, offering guests solace and fresh air. The amenity has remained as a popular site for weddings, proposals and celebrities wanting discretion. You’ll notice scents of rosemary while seated under the pergolas, where you’ll want to linger amid the lavender and other greenery.

For a personal oasis, book one of the new Garden Terrace Suites, which feature private terraces with lush greenery that overlooks Paseo de la Reforma. The grandest is the Caroline Astor Garden Terrace Suite, the first in Mexico City to have its own outdoor infinity pool.

While the new suites surround you in nature, they also immerse you in Mexican artistry. The terraces draw inspiration from native botanicals with décor curated by Casa Martina of San Miguel de Allende. Inside, you’ll discover paintings from artists like Vicente Rojo and Joy Laville. The new suites help continue to cement The St. Regis Mexico City as an institution.

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Spa at St. Regis Singapore

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The debut of St. Regis Spa in Singapore unveils refreshed interior design and spaces alongside a collection of new treatments and exquisite touchpoints that will inspire and delight guests throughout the spa journey. In an evolution of the award-winning Remède Spa at The St. Regis Singapore, the spa converges cherished St. Regis traditions, with the modern glamour of the brand today. Representing an intersection of celebration, luminescence and bespoke service, St. Regis Spa encourages a spirit of both peace and pageantry working together to create an exquisite respite for guests.

St. Regis Spa Couple Suite

Designed for indulgence and defined by joie de vivre, St. Regis Spa is a private invitation to experience the extraordinary. From lush surrounds to precious ingredients, every aspect of the spa sanctuary is custom created to captivate and celebrate.

Couples Massages

Eye Treatment

Manicures/Pedicures

Men's Services

Separate Men & Women's Lounges

Therapy Bath

A Signature Spa Concept

The first of its kind, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts new signature spa pays homage to the original Iridium Room at The St. Regis New York, where the city’s luminaries gathered to revel in a private world of spectacle and glamour.

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Signature Treatments

The experience is highlighted by Caroline’s Collection – a set of five treatments crafted from exquisite ingredients to create distinguished experiences for guests. Paying homage to Caroline’s passion for innovation, refinement and vibrancy, this collection of treatments is unique to each St. Regis Spa.

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The Spa in Singapore

Featuring lush surrounds, the refreshed interiors of the spa in Singapore is swathed in soothing neutral tones of ivory, cream and wood, decorated in luxurious accents of bronze fixtures, Italian marble and iconic feature murals paired with soft mood lighting and the sound of silence. St. Regis Spa in Singapore features a celebration bar, lounge, five sensorial treatment rooms, one signature couple suite, two manicure and pedicure rooms as well as immersive facilities including Cedarwood Finnish Saunas, Eucalyptus Scented Steam Chambers, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzi Pools and more.

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Body Treatments

Featuring a new collection of treatments developed with global partners, St. Regis Spa showcases a tailored menu across massage, body, wellness and facial treatments. The experience is highlighted by Caroline’s Collection – a set of five treatments crafted from exquisite ingredients to create distinguished experiences unique to each locale that the spa recommends for guests.

Nail Treatments

St. Regis Spa in Singapore has partnered with Margaret Dabbs London for hands, feet and nail treatments, alongside the introduction of full manicure and pedicure treatments including nail polish. The British beauty brand provides a combination of podiatry based excellence and beauty-based luxury ingredients for effective, targeted and results-driven treatments.

Spa Journey

The St. Regis Spa experience begins with an arrival ritual at the celebration bar upon crossing into the threshold of the sanctuary. A footbath opening ritual prior to commencement of their preferred treatment provides guests opting from the massage and body menu. Treatments are complete to Wet Lounge facilities including sauna, steam room and jacuzzi.

Treatment Rooms

St. Regis Spa is given life through a defined set of six foundational truths; celebratory, bespoke, natural, sensorial, refined and extraordinary - working together to create an exquisite respite to engage both curiosity and the senses.

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Spa Facilities

A place hidden from the constraints of time, the spa features a celebration lounge inviting guests to fully relax as part of the arrival experience, six sensorial treatment rooms, a signature couple suite with private Jacuzzi, two manicure and pedicure rooms with specially designed treatment chairs as well as the immersive Wet Lounge showcasing facilities including Cedarwood Finnish Sauna, Eucalyptus-scented Steam Room as well as indoor and outdoor Jacuzzi Pools.

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Online Bookings

Make an online appointment for St. Regis Spa's massage, wellness, facial and nail treatments to get immediate availability and confirmation of your treatment.

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    St. Regis Travel Center is an all-in-one family stop located in St. Regis, Montana the gateway to Glacier National Park. Featuring Montana's best gift shop, free live trout aquarium, Huck's Grill, ice cream, espresso, casino, convenience store, fuel and clean, modern restrooms.

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    If you've never had the chance to explore this perfect pit stop, make it a part of your next road trip. At first glance, the St. Regis Travel Center looks like just another service station on the side of the road. St. Regis Travel Center / Facebook. Located on Mullan Gulch Road just off of I-90's Exit 33, it's known as one of the gateways to ...

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    105 reviews and 186 photos of St Regis Travel Center "Located off I-90 at Exit 33 (MT 135) on the north side of the interstate. The St. Regis Travel Center is great pitstop between Coeur d' Alene and Missoula since facilities are very scarce along this stretch of I-90. This travel center has a gas station, convenience store, family style restaurant, ice cream/espresso, casino with slot ...

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    Aug 2021 • Solo. Traveling I-90 between Missoula and Butte, there aren't many places to stop, get gas, get something to eat, buy some snacks etc. The Travel Center in St. Regis has all these things and more (like a casino). It's almost like a mini Wall Drug (further along I-90).

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    Established in 1962, St. Regis Gift Shop is a family-owned business located in beautiful St. Regis, Montana, the gateway to Glacier National Park. Featuring Montana wild huckleberry products, t-shirts, Montana souvenirs and unique gifts. St. Regis Gift Shop has been a favorite stop for generations of visitors to Western Montana. Be sure to visit our free liv

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    Aug 2021 • Solo. Traveling I-90 between Missoula and Butte, there aren't many places to stop, get gas, get something to eat, buy some snacks etc. The Travel Center in St. Regis has all these things and more (like a casino). It's almost like a mini Wall Drug (further along I-90).

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    St. Regis Travel Center: Best rest stop in Montana! - See 137 traveler reviews, 23 candid photos, and great deals for Saint Regis, MT, at Tripadvisor.

  11. Come See St. Regis: A Small-Town Gem in Western Montana

    St. Regis is a convenient stop on I-90. Pull in for a small-town Montana experience! Photo: St. Regis Travel Center. The family-owned St. Regis Travel Center is known far and wide as a place to stop and stay a little while. It's more than just a convenient spot to fill your gas tank. Fuel up on great food and famous huckleberry milkshakes at ...

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    102 reviews of St Regis Travel Center "Located off I-90 at Exit 33 (MT 135) on the north side of the interstate. The St. Regis Travel Center is great pitstop between Coeur d' Alene and Missoula since facilities are very scarce along this stretch of I-90. This travel center has a gas station, convenience store, family style restaurant, ice cream/espresso, casino with slot machines, free trout ...

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    Located in St. Regis, Montana, St. Regis Travel Center is a one-stop destination for families, offering a range of services and amenities. From a renowned gift shop featuring Montana's largest selection of souvenirs and unique gifts, to a free live trout aquarium where visitors can get a 360-degree view of Montana's trout, this family-owned establishment has something for everyone.

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    The St. Regis Travel Center is open 24 hours a day, although not everything will be available at all hours. Gena Vansickle / Google. This place is a traveler's dream come true. and definitely one of the most amazing Montana gas stations! You can learn more about the St. Regis Travel Center on its official website, as well as on the official ...

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    Nestled in the mountains of Western Montana and named for the nearby St. Regis River, the little community of St. Regis serves as a crossroads for many travelers. The local travel center offers a restaurant (complete with huckleberry shakes), espresso, a gift shop and a trout aquarium. If you're in town on Memorial Day, be sure to check out Montana's largest

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    ST. REGIS, Mont. - Whether it's stopping for gas or a huckleberry milkshake, the St. Regis Travel Center expects to see thousands of visitors come through its doors this Memorial Day weekend. Going into the long weekend, the average price for a regular gallon of gas in Montana sits at $4.39.

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    The St. Regis exit, Exit 33, is located at the junction of Montana State Route 135 with I-90. The exit is 33 miles east of Lookout Pass and about 71 miles west of and provides access to one of the more popular routes to Glacier NP. The town also is located at the confluence of the St. Regis and Clark Fork Rivers.

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    And thankfully, many of the travelers who stop by do. Dolly V's signature item is huckleberry milkshakes, and the travel center sells about 10,000 annually. Grill Marks. Until 2010, St. Regis also had a family-style restaurant with an extensive menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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