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Luxury Hotels in Bozeman

    Motel 6 Bozeman, MT
    Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Bozeman
    Three Forks Lewis & Clark Motel

Pet Friendly Bozeman Hotels

    La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Bozeman
    La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Belgrade - Bozeman Airport
    Baymont by Wyndham Bozeman

Bozeman hotels

Situated high in the mountains amidst breathtaking natural beauty and snowcapped peaks, Bozeman is the perfect place to visit. Bozeman, Montana, is an up and coming city with plenty of outdoors recreation options including skiing and rustic camping trips. There are many options for hotels Bozeman in the city or the mountains. During winter, stay near the slopes at the Big Sky Ski Resort, or choose from budget hotels or bed and breakfast inns within the city.

Bozeman Quick Picks and Tips

Bozeman features several galleries with Native American art, antiques and crafts. Visit the Indian Uprising Gallery on East Main Street that features Native American art, jewelry, dolls, beadwork, and handcrafted drums.


Many of the great restaurants near hotels in Bozeman serve locally produced, organic beef, deer, buffalo and lamb. Have brunch at Main Street Overeasy, a local favorite. Montana Ale Works features great steaks with an extensive beer menu.

Major Point of Interest

Hotels Bozeman guests can enjoy whitewater rafting, fishing, horseback riding, skiing and much more. Visit Moonlight Basin for skiing and snowboarding. Bike trails wind throughout the city, as well as along Hyalite Canyon.


Visit the Museum of the Rockies to view the largest Tyrannosaurus rex skull ever discovered, as well as view exhibits on area people, plants, and animals.


The Gallatin County Fair is held on North Black Avenue in Bozeman. This fair features farm animals, farm equipment, rodeos and competitions, as well as local produce and talent. The Sweet Pea Festival in Lindley Park celebrates all genres of visual and performance arts.

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