We got off of a late flight at 1:00 a.m., staff was very friendly at check in, no problems due to arriving late. The room was clean and comfortable. The breakfast in the morning was great with a big selection of food and drink choices.
The room was ready early and the check in was fast and friendly. It was a very hot day and the room was cool and clean. We had a great night sleep and really enjoyed our stay. It was walking distance to everything we wanted to do! I plan to stay there every time I go to Missoula.
I checked in really late and there was a problem with a third party vendor but the staff, especially the manager (via late night phone call) went out of her way to get me checked in. Very clean and comfortable room and was the best value for the money that night in Missoula. Did recommend this place ...
Up in Montana’s Northern Rocky Mountains sits Missoula. With over 60,000 acres of wilderness surrounding this college town, it is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream come true. Combined with a flavorful brewing scene, modern art venues, and natural hot springs in the local vicinity, Missoula encourages visitors to embrace a unique, hip vibe while simultaneously relishing in the outdoors.
Stay in Downtown Missoula to experience the heart of the city. With close access to the University of Montana, sport, recreation, and cultural activities are in close proximity. Shows at Wilma Theater, festivals at Caras Park, exhibits at the Missoula Art Museum or the Montana Museum of Art and Culture, and kayaking and rafting in the Clark Fork River are all within walking distance. Foodies can grab a local beer or savor local bites at one-of-a-kind restaurants. Additionally, the University area offers a close home base for those wishing to hike up Mount Sentinel
However, if it is relaxation and adventure you want, paired with a little less “downtown” feel, you have a few options as wel. Stay north of Interstate 90 in the Greenbough Park neighborhood for close access to the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area and Wilderness trailhead, the Mount Jumbo trails, and Ten Spoon Vineyard. Stay south of the University for close access to the extensive trail networks of Pattee Canyon, which is perfect for hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. To in a round of golf, head over to the Highlands Golf Club.
For serenity in the outlying areas of Missoula, book a room in Lolo, just west of the city. Find easy access to the natural waters of Lolo Hot Springs and scenic hiking to the Lolo Pass along the Lolo Trail here.
Missoula is home to 13 3 star hotels, priced from
Missoula International Airport is located five miles northwest of Missoula, along Interstate 90. The airport is a convenient hub when visiting Missoula, not only because its close proximity to the city makes navigation easy, but also because this airport receives incoming flights from international airports across the United States. Some destinations offer limited seasonal flights whereas others offer year round transport.
Either way, there are many options when booking flights. Hotels near Missoula International Airport can be found at a wide range of prices starting at
Whenever we come to Missoula, we stay at the Hilton garden inn and we are always pleased. The staff is always wonderful and the bed is super comfortable.
Nice hotel, rooms could be a little cleaner. Wasn’t happy with the floors. Beds are comfy and the rooms are huge!
Great staff, made us feel welcomed, great food, very comfortable bed, we stayed one weekend and I wish we could have stayed longer. We had a mini kitchenette and it has everything you need to bring your own food. Saved us money, only ate out once. I totally recommend!
Great staff, clean, convenient, and comfortable room that is close to the elevator and close to parking.