Rates starting at $45/night, per private room.
The Kalispell Hostel is centrally located in the middle of the Flathead Valley in Historic Downtown Kalispell. Two of the areas top destinations, Glacier National Park and Flathead Lake are short driving distances from Downtown Kalispell.
If you like the conveniences of a town, exploring nature and the comforts of home, the Kalispell Hostel is the place for you.
Exploring nature in this area will keep you busy....hiking, biking, swimming, boating, skiing, snowboarding, golf and it goes on and on.
After your adventure, return to the hostel and cook dinner and/or explore Downtown Kalispell. Walk to Main Street shopping, grocery stores, restaurants and diners, local breweries and pubs, cafes and bakeries, museums, churches and parks.
The Kalispell Hostel is a spacious, 1700 square foot downtown flat. It has three-private, double-occupancy bedrooms. Accommodations include access to a full kitchen, dining and lounge area with fireplace, living room with flat screen, one and a half bathrooms, complimentary washer/dryer use (during specific times) and a back patio.The space has a retro-vibe and has been recently painted, updated, has new beds and linens and we like to keep it clean.
The space has an open kitchen with breakfast bar overlooking the dining area with fireplace. Kitchen stocked with cookware, spice rack, dishes and appliances.
Our space works well for individuals with or without traveling partners who don't mind sharing common areas such as bathrooms, kitchen and dining area and living room. Sharing the accommodation provides the customer with price-reduced quality lodging and a chance to meet other travelers if desired. All bedrooms are private.
We also rent the entire flat. Our space works great for groups and families and we can sleep up to 8.
Ride your bike! The hostel is located one-mile to the the 22-mile paved Rails to Trails Bike Path. Or ride your mountain bike at the local trails: Herron Park, Lone Pine State Park, the Whitefish Trails or the Swan Mountain Range. Coming in late April, May or early June? Then don't miss an epic ride up the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park, which is usually closed to automobiles (but open to bikes) during those months.
Did I mention the hostel is located above Wheaton's Cycle? Winner of the "Best Bike Shop in the Flathead" for five consecutive years by the Daily Interlake. We can assist you with sales and service, ride advice and rentals (road, mountain, comfort, fat, e-bikes). Hostel guests receive a 10% discount on bicycle rentals.