Hands down, Bozeman is a pet lover's town. Put it this way; local gatherings often have equal numbers of pets and people. Trail systems run throughout the town, and the phenomenal hiking around the area is the perfect playground for animals. Fortunately, many hoteliers in Bozeman appreciate the canine connection and offer pet-friendly rooms—no more leaving the furry family members at home!
In the middle of Bozeman, between the historic Main Street and the burgeoning shopping hub on the North 19th, a revitalization of one of Bozeman’s former hot spots is quietly being revitalized. Spearheaded by the Midtown Urban Renewal District, the North 7th Avenue corridor is seeing an insurgence of new businesses.
Photo: The LARK in downtown Bozeman (Credit: The LARK)
The LARK, a local hotel in the heart of downtown Bozeman, has completed its expansion that began in late 2016. This new building provides 29 additional guestrooms, bringing the total room count to 67. Part of the new addition is a café space on the ground floor, which will be operated by Treeline Coffee Roasters, offering the public and hotel guests espresso, tea, and coffee, as well as light bites for breakfast, such as pastries, and grab-and-go lunch items. Inviting outdoor spaces surround the property and offer comfortable gathering places to enjoy a refreshment and take in the Main Street vibe.
What makes a charming town like Bozeman even better? A stay at a bed and breakfast. Whether it’s a historic home or a countryside retreat, each of these homes provide special surroundings, a comfy place to rest and a delicious breakfast. These beautiful accommodations are perfect for travelers wanting a more intimate experience.
Traveling with the family can take some compromise. Whether you are spanning close age differences or traveling with multiple generations, it’s not easy to find something that suits everyone. Fortunately, Bozeman hotels have a variety of accommodations and depending on your length of stay, number of people, and how you want to spend your time, finding the right spot to rest your head won’t be a problem. Read on for a few of our favorites…
While Bozeman boasts amazing outdoor recreation, the fast-growing technology, outdoor gear photonics, and industries have made it a hub for business travel as well. For the road warrior who spends a significant amount of time away from home, finding the right fit is important. Fortunately, the selection of Bozeman hotels for business travelers is wide-ranging. From popular brands to boutique hotels, you’re sure to find the right fit for your style.
Finding nice Bozeman hotels is easy, but deciding WHICH hotel is the hard part. The options are vast and varied, so don’t worry about finding the right one, just be sure to book early, they fill up fast!
Bozeman's historic Main Street is a bustling center offering great restaurants, shopping, art galleries, breweries, and bars. The character and charm make it a must see in Bozeman. In the past, it has been difficult to find a place to stay within walking distance of the downtown area. In the past few years, the downtown lodging opportunities have improved. If you want to experience the great recreation around the area and stay right downtown, you are in luck. Here is an overview of the hotels in downtown Bozeman.
Bozeman, Montana has become a huge vacation destination for people looking for an adventurous experience in the Rocky Mountains. Whether you are planning a visit in the colder months or warmer months, there is something for everyone. You may have seen the logo or a hashtag or even one of our blogs out there on social media and wondered what exactly does "Only In Bozeman" mean. In Bozeman, you can do it all. You can have these unique recreational experiences in the mountains surrounding Bozeman and still be back in town for dinner at a great restaurant and the other comforts you expect when you travel to urban destinations. All of this is available, "Only in Bozeman." Here are some of the things that make Bozeman unique and why it should be on your bucket list for travel.
The mountains of Montana have a unique allure. People are drawn to the views, the quiet, the stars and the smells— with good reason. Stepping out of the bustle of everyday life, the tempo slows, time loses its importance, and you can truly unwind. Days can be spent hiking, fishing or reading and the stargazing will keep you up late into the night.