Room was fantastic. Location downtown great. Only minus is no free parking
Anna, the supervisor was fantastic! She really helped us out in a pinch. She was very patient and kind.
Overall we like the hotel. The kids love the pool and hot tub.
The hotel was quiet and the staff helpful and courteous. The hotel offers a water park, which is great for families with little ones.
Friendly staff. Room was good. I recommend. Good for 1-2 nights.
Friendly, cooperative staff I don’t get along w/ those plastic card keys. No place to hang up your clothes.
Nothing fancy but clean and friendly. Good parking, coffee and breakfast food in the lobby. Good value!
There seem to be a lot of dirt and other tree debris floating around in the pool and hot tub. Other than that the bar was really nice and the staff was very helpful
Not enouggh amenities, continental breackfast very poor. I like that it was quiet
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