Accommodations around Bozeman, Montana range from luxury to rustic. Whether you are looking for posh interiors and gourmet cuisine, or an opportunity to carry your bed on your back, you are sure to find a great place to lay your head.
Our number one pick, Chico Hot Springs and Resort, lies in the heart of the aptly named Paradise Valley. Since 1900, visitors en route to Yellowstone have stayed at Chico for a dip in their famous mineral hot springs. Today, their guests can stay in rooms historic and modern. They also have affordable outdoor recreational opportunities for the whole family. Right off a busy western bar, the pool is hot year-round and available to guests and visitors alike.
The Gallatin Gateway Inn is an historic Spanish-style hotel just minutes from both Bozeman and Big Sky. The beautifully restored Gallatin Gateway Inn is near some of the area's best skiing, features fine dining, and is on the way to the west entrance of Yellowstone Park.
The best bet for a modern, comfortable stay within Bozeman city limits is the C'mon Inn, our number four pick. Part of a small hotel chain, Bozeman's C'mon Inn is known for its convenient location, affordable rates, and collection of hot tubs and pools.
The Gallatin River Lodge, a small luxury hotel, sits among the prime trout streams, and offers acclaimed fly-fishing packages. The up-scale Mountain Sky Guest Ranch, near the north entrance to Yellowstone Park, caters to family summer vacations with fantastic outdoor programs for children and teens.
For the thrifty adventurer, consider staying at the Garnet Mountain Fire Outlook tower. You'll definitely be off-the-beaten path when you rent this remote Forest Service building with an incredible aerial view of the Gallatin National Forest.
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