Need A Weekend Getaway? Here’s The Top 10 Best Hotels In Montana.
Let's be honest, we all need a little getaway from time to time. Lucky for us, living in Montana means we don't have to go far to get away.
Montana is full of hotels, motels, and Airbnb's. We've got everything from simple and rustic, to 5-star luxury with everything in between. So, no matter your budget, you're sure to find something in your price range that you can enjoy while relaxing and enjoying all that Montana has to offer.
Of course, if the price isn't an issue, you have more than a few options that will allow you to stay in some very impressive places. In fact, U.S. News and World Report came out with a list of the very best Hotels in Montana, so let's take a look at the Top 10.
Triple Creek Ranch
The Triple Creek Ranch in Darby makes the list of the Top 10 Best Hotels in Montana. Located in the Bitterroot Valley, there is much to see at do at the Triple Creek, including horseback riding, fly fishing, and amazing food at the restaurant on site. The Triple Creek Ranch is an adults-only resort, so it's perfect for a romantic getaway.
The Ranch At Rock Creek
The Ranch at Rock Creek, located in Phillipsburg is perfect for all seasons with both indoor and outdoor activities. There are multiple dining options, and although a stay at The Ranch at Rock Creek is pricey, meals and drinks are included with the cost of a room.
Sage Lodge in Pray is right outside Yellowstone National Park. Not only are the accommodations top-notch, but they also have fly fishing and rafting excursions for an additional fee. With multiple dining options and world-class views, a stay at the Sage Lodge is one you won't soon forget.
Montage Big Sky
Montana Big Sky located in Big Sky is an outdoor paradise with several different activities taking place all year long. Skiing, snowmobiling, tubing, horseback riding, and fly fishing are just some of the activities offered. The Montage is a short drive to Yellowstone. Plus, there are several different options when it comes to food.
The Resorts At Paws Up
Over in the western part of Montana are The Resorts At Paws Up, which has over 37,000 acres to enjoy and explore. Located in Greenough, The Resorts offers both lodges and tents for those looking to get a little closer to Mother Nature. The Resorts offers a ton of different activities and they're included in the rate. However, they do have some add-ons like spa treatments that come with an additional cost.
Kimpton Armory Hotel
Located in beautiful downtown Bozeman, the Kimpton Armory Hotel is not only the tallest building in Bozeman, but it's also the only hotel with a rooftop pool. Speaking of that, the Kimpton has 3 different restaurants including the Sky Shed which has some of the most stunning views in the city. Guests of the Kimpton Armory Hotel have instant access to all that downtown Bozeman has to offer, as well as close access to MSU, the airport, and the Museum of the Rockies.
Lodge At Whitefish Lake
Located in Whitefish, the Lodge at Whitefish Lake is just a few miles from the Whitefish Moutain Ski Resort and under 30 miles from Glacier National Park, which makes this resort popular all year long. The lodge has a wonderful rustic, Montana feel and beautiful lake views. As far as dining goes, The Boat Club Dining Room is always popular with guests.
Lone Mountain Ranch
We had back to Big Sky for the Lone Mountain Ranch. The Lone Mountain Ranch offers spa treatments, wonderful food, and drinks at the Ranch's restaurant. Not to mention all of the things that Big Sky has to offer and close access to Yellowstone National Park.
Rainbow Ranch Lodge
Rainbow Ranch Lodge is located just outside of Bozeman in Gallatin Gateway. Close to Big Sky and Yellowstone National Park, The Rainbow Ranch Lodge has access to fishing, pools, and incredible views. Plus, the food is highly reviewed and offers visitors Montana cuisine at its best.
SpringHill Suites By Marriot
Located in downtown Bozeman, SpringHill Suites offers all that downtown Bozeman has to offer within walking distance. You can enjoy dinner and drinks in one of the many downtown restaurants or bars, plus, you can spend an afternoon exploring all of the retail options. SpringHill Suites is perfect for those that want to be close to Yellowstone, but still have all of the amenities of a city.
So, if you're making travel plans, how about a staycation? We hear Montana is nice this time of year.
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