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What We Love

  • A convenient downtown retreat with a restaurant and spa, near the Whitefish slopesThe evening wine-and-beer events with fellow guests and managers, five nights a week
  • The soothing spa and its well-stocked gift shop
  • The proximity to the Whitefish slopes and glaciers of northwest Montana

What To Know

  • The hotel provides free shuttle service to and from the airport (the closest being Glacier Park International)
  • Free WiFi is available throughout
  • Private onsite parking is available
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A contemporary base, near dining, nightlife, Whitefish Mountain Resort and Glacier National Park

The Lowdown

Fire meets ice at this contemporary and conveniently located escape. The Firebrand is set in downtown Whitefish, with a helpful concierge service to arrange all your outings. Plan an excursion to world-famous Glacier National Park, 35 minutes away, or set up a snowmobiling day. For more fun, there’s also wintertime skiing and a warm-weather Alpine slide at Whitefish Mountain Resort, plus seasonal snow biking, ice skating, ice fishing, hiking and biking – or, you can adventure vicariously through Ken Wensel, whose outdoor photography lines the property’s walls.
If you prefer to stay warm and toasty, The Firebrand offers a cozy and inviting atmosphere throughout – not least in its rooms, with a dry bar, luxury linens and a 50-in. flat-panel TV apiece. A peaceful day spa is also on hand, holding a gift shop where you can stock up on bareMinerals goodies. And yes, there’s a fireplace (a cutting-edge linear fireplace, at that), right in the lobby coffee shop and restaurant. Come Sunday through Thursday evenings, and you can heat up by its flames at a wine-and-beer reception with hotel managers.


Rooms are designed to feel comfortable and contemporary, as well as quiet, thanks to sound-absorbing technologies in the windows and walls. You’ll get a dry bar, a 50-in. flat-panel TV and high-thread-count linens, where you can snuggle up after a long day of skiing or outdoor adventuring. Deluxe rooms show off French doors to bathrooms with leathered-granite countertops, stone floors and European floor-to-ceiling glass showers. They hold either one king or two queen beds; please contact the hotel directly after booking if you have a preference.
Amenities- Custom-select luxury beds?- Variety of pillow options- High-speed Wi-Fi- Bedside USB charging stations- Refrigerator- Safe- Bathrobes and slippers


Before or after a day on the slopes, stop by the lobby coffee shop. Breakfast is served in the form of made-to-order sandwiches, smoothies and huckleberry pancakes, while five nights a week, evening brings wine-and-beer meet-and-greets with managers. There are also contemporary small plates nightly, inspired by international flavors.  If you’re looking for a to-go snack, you’ll find plenty of these, too.


The Firebrand Spa is your one-stop shop for wellness and beauty needs, offering an expert aesthetician and a menu of massages, body treatments, couples treatments, waxes and nail services. Take home a keepsake of your spa day from the gift shop, which stocks goodies by Naturopathica and bareMinerals.


Whitefish is an excellent year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with its proximity to the Glacier National Park ice caps, the glorious skiing and warm-weather biking, zip lining and hiking on the slopes of Whitefish Mountain Resort and the charming downtown – home to a performing-arts venue, boutiques and galleries (including Firebrand’s own, with photography by Ken Wensel). There’s even a marina on the lake, and golfers can stop by the expansive local green. Other area activities run from skating, ice fishing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling to horseback riding in the spring and summer.

How to Get There

The Firebrand
650 3rd St E
Whitefish, MT 59937-2669 United States


4.5 Very Good 250 Reviews
Wonderful Atmosphere
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This new hotel was beautifully decorated and so cozy! The lobby has ample seating. The rooms were spacious. I loved the layout of the bathroom with the double door and walk-in shower. Simply beautiful!

Fantastic Hotel! Great Staff!
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We arrived on a Thursday night and were promptly greeted with a nice glass of Napa wine. The wine hostess was a great ambassador of both the Firebrand Hotel and Whitefish. We had a great check in and arrived at a very clean and comfortable room.
We then went to the restaurant/bar area and were greeted by a great female waitress. Enjoyed 4 small plates which gave us half off our bottle of wine. The Wagyu sliders were amazing as were the crab cakes. I’ll definitely be back to the Firebrand for another weekend getaway from Colorado. Great place!

A Locals 2 Cents
Reviewed 1 month ago

I don't even know where to start about the Firebrand. My wife and I use the FB as our little getaway when we want to go out in Whitefish and treat ourselves. The FB is everything that you would want in a hotel. No one can beat the location to downtown Whitefish, the rooms are amazing and the restaurant has some of the best food in town. Also, let's not forget about the rooftop bar!

Not only have we stayed there but this is where we have all of our family/guests stay when they are in town. So far has absolutely loved their experience there.

Class act everywhere
Reviewed 1 month ago

The Firebrand is smaller but upscale hotel located in the heart of downtown Whitefish. The staff is friendly, the food is amazing and the rooms are plush with amazingly comfortable beds. Highly recommended.

Classy, stylish yet welcoming
Reviewed 2 months ago

This is the second time we have stayed here. Right in the middle of Whitefish, but is very quiet. The quality of the soundproofing, both externally and internally is exemplary.
The reception staff are very welcoming, accommodating and efficient. The cleaning staff are a happy, smiling group, who enjoy each other’s company, which you don't see very often. Rooms are a good size, clean and comfortable. The rooftop terrace is delightful, particularly the fire, another one would be welcomed by guests. The bar, too, is delightful and attractive. (Having said that, there was a pianist/singer on Wednesday in the bar, who was so loud, we were driven way after half an hour)
This is a place for all seasons. Highly recommended. A really, really good hotel.