By Stacy Bronec

Rundle Suites Hotel lies in the heart of downtown Glasgow, where the building has been a prominent feature for over a hundred years. The building’s design was inspired by Spanish Mission architecture—including terra-cotta detailing, decorative brickwork, and high-shaped parapets. This style reached beyond the Southwest during the early 1900s.

The building started as the Rundle Title and Abstract Company in 1917, run by Sidney Rundle, a leading figure in Glasgow then. Rundle’s success in the area became a great draw for homesteaders to the region.

The building soon became a hub for Glasgow’s businesses and community recreation. In the basement was a billiards room, a bowling alley, and a barbershop featuring a Turkish bath steam cabinet and showers. This allowed customers to clean up before a night out in Glasgow. The first floor housed many retail shops, while the second floor comprised offices and the Abstract company’s fireproof vault. The top floor was originally a forty- room hotel before being converted into apartments.

The building reopened in 2013 as a hotel, featuring fifty- two remodeled rooms. Today, guests can experience and appreciate the historic character of this legendary building while enjoying modern amenities. The original Turkish bath is no longer there, but guests can enjoy the steam room, a fitness center, and a pool table—a nod to the building’s history. Past guests rave about the modern amenities, the atmosphere, comfortable beds, and an amazing step back in time in this charming old building.

Just a short drive from Glasgow is Fort Peck Reservoir, Montana’s largest body of water, which contains more than fifty types of fish. Fishermen can spend the afternoon fishing in the summer or ice fishing in the winter.

For the outdoor enthusiast, the nearby Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge encompasses nearly 1.1 million acres, the second-largest national wildlife refuge in the lower forty- eight states.

After a day on the lake or hiking through the refuge, visitors can enjoy a comfortable stay in the Rundle Suites Hotel, surrounded by history. For more information or to book a room, visit their website,, or call 406-228-2800.

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