Missoula, Montana, is a popular destination for tourists due to its mild climate. This is reason enough for its "Garden City" nickname. Visitors find a calm, relaxed atmosphere with friendly people, University of Montana students, local authors and artists. Motor inns, budget motels, hostels, bed & breakfasts, lodges, and luxury suites are available for hotels Missoula guests. Prices are reasonable, even for the luxury Missoula hotels. The excellent Mandolin Inn is Missoula's best well-kept secret.
There are accommodations within The Best Inn and Conference Center and additional lodging nearby. This business and conference center offers meeting rooms, internet service, copying and shipping facilities. Four more lodges are in close proximity on Brooks Street.
A number of great eateries located in Missoula. At the top of the list are the El Diablo Restaurant on South Higgins Avenue, Lisa's Pastry Pantry and The Mandolin on East Main Street.
Visit the Ten Spoon Vineyard and Winery. The Tasting Room features their own wines grown and aged on the premises. It is open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
Antique lovers should visit the Montana Antique Mall full of four floors of antiques in Missoula. The Southgate Mall on Brooks Street features familiar name brand and department stores, as well as restaurants and specialty shops.
Travelers come and go all year from Missoula International Airport, only four miles from downtown. Rental cars, campers, taxis, limos, charters, shuttles, tours and public transit services have spectacular availability and can deliver guests to hotels in Missoula. Greyhound buses also service the city.