For those who are trying to save some money on lodging rates when enjoying
a Montana vacation,
the Bozeman hotels offer plenty
of affordable establishments. A number of well-priced chain hotels figure among
the cheap Bozeman lodging scene, and you'll find an ample amount of budget-friendly
motels here as well. The Bozeman motels and chain hotels aren't the only money
saving options, however. Even the more expensive Bozeman hotels are relatively
cheap, so you might look to spend a little extra for extra amenities. In addition
to the more standard Bozeman hotels, visitors can also look to stay at one of
the local bed and breakfasts. The Howlers Inn, the Fox Hollow B&B at Baxter
Creek, and the historic Lehrkind Mansion Bed and Breakfast are just a few Bozeman
B&B's worth considering. Below are some recommendations for Bozeman hotels to
help you find a good place to stay during your visit.
When it comes to the more upscale Bozeman hotels, the Hilton Garden Inn Bozeman pretty much takes the cake. While the rooms here aren't necessarily luxurious, they are among the most comfortable in the city, and you can choose from a room or suite with two queen beds or a room with one king. Convenience meets comfort in these rooms and suites, as a microwave, a mini-fridge, and a hair dryer are among the amenities. Other amenities that you can expect to enjoy include complimentary internet access, free bath products, a coffee maker, a sofa bed, a free daily newspaper, an MP3-compatible clock radio, cable TV, a work desk, and an iron and ironing board, among others. There is a lovely onsite pool at this newer Hilton Garden Inn, not to mention an inviting hot tub for guests to enjoy, so when you're not out enjoying area tours, viewing Montana wildlife, or engaging in other fun activities, you can swim in the pool or relax tired muscles with a hot tub soak. The onsite fitness room is a great place to fit in a workout, and when you get hungry, the hotel's restaurant serves up lunch and dinner. Breakfasts can be enjoyed in the morning grill area, and evening room service is available. You're just fifteen minutes from one of the busier Montana airports when you stay here, so it's convenient for those who are either arriving or departing on flights.
The C'mon Inn franchise of hotels offers some good options around the state of Montana, with places like Bozeman and Billings figuring among the cities in which the franchise has a presence. At the Bozeman C'mon Inn, 125 spacious rooms await you, and you can also book a an extended-stay unit, which features a kitchenette. Also available to guests are some Jacuzzi Suites and a dozen two-room suites. The C'mon Inn Bozeman can be found just northwest of the downtown area, and it's easy to access off of Interstate 90. Not only are you close to downtown Bozeman when staying here, but you're also just 90 miles from Yellowstone National Park! All of the guest rooms at this popular accommodation in Bozeman are quite tasteful when it comes to decor, and you can hardly argue with the amenities. A large, flat-screen TV, complimentary high-speed wireless internet access, an in-room La-Z-Boy reclining chair, a microwave, and a mini-fridge are among the amenity highlights. Other standard amenities in each unit include a coffee maker, an iron/ironing board, and a hair dryer. A free continental breakfast is included in the rates here, and while the C'mon Inn isn't as cheap as Bozeman motels are, the price is definitely fair. As for overall hotel amenities, the C'mon Inn boasts an enticing indoor pool, a kid's pool, no less than five hot tubs, a fitness room, and a game room.
You're just minutes from downtown Bozeman, the main Montana State University campus, and the Bridger Bowl Ski Area when you book a stay at the Best Western GranTree Inn. This pet-friendly hotel prides itself on offering a full range of services at a good price, which helps to make it a top consideration when it comes to finding an accommodation in Bozeman. Pillow-top beds, free internet access, and satellite cable TV are among the in-room amenities here, and the onsite restaurant is a great place to grab a meal. Room service is available between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. if you want to dine in your comfortable quarters, which also feature amenities like an in-room safe, two telephones, a digital clock radio, a coffee maker, a mini-fridge, and a reclining chair. Some rooms look out towards the mountains, while others face the pool and atrium section of the hotel. In addition to an onsite restaurant and an attractive atrium and pool, the Best Western GranTree Inn in Bozeman also boasts a fitness center and a hot tub.
Bozeman motels like the Rodeway Inn and the Royal 7 Budget Inn are good places
to save money on rates, but if you really want to save on lodging, you can book
your stay at the Bozeman Backpackers Hostel. Of all the cheap
Montana hotels, this one is easily among the most affordable. Housed in
an old Victorian house, this cheap Bozeman lodging has plenty of character,
and it's even rumored that actor Gary Cooper stayed here for a stint during
his high school days. The Bozeman Backpackers Hostel is fairly small, and while
it aims to accommodate only fifteen people at a time, the owner will often pull
out extra mattresses if the demand calls for it. There are both dormitory rooms
and private rooms available here. The dormitory rooms have anywhere from four
to six beds, while the private rooms have just one queen-sized bed. The amenities
in the rooms are scant, but most guests are just looking for a cheap place to
sleep when they're not out hiking,
skiing, or enjoying the numerous
attractions around town.
The rooms are clean and the community living area is a nice place to hang out
when you have some down time. When it comes to cheap Bozeman lodging, the Bozeman
Backpackers Hostel is the cheapest. You won't get a private bathroom when you
stay here, but that's fine by most guests, as the community restrooms are kept