Montana Hotels Motels and Tourism Guide

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Check rates for Montana hotels and motels. Quality hotels you can trust to deliver a pleasant and comfortable place to stay: Best Western, Marriott, Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn.

Find luxury suites, golf resorts, bnbs, condos, vacation studios, apartments, lodges, cheap motels, pet friendly lodging, budget accommodations and more.

Most accommodations in Montana have swimming pools, business  centers, microwaves and refrigerators. Some have in-room whirlpools, Jacuzzis, hot tubs and more amenities.

Economy travelers will be happy to find hotels under $100.00. There are 4 and 5 star hotel accommodations available too.


Popular destinations & Major Population Areas:

  • The capital of Montana is Helena
  • Billings - close to Yellowstone National Park, Pompey's Pillar, and  where the Battle of the Little Bighorn took place (Custer's last stand) battlefield.
  • Butte - Montana Tech, Our Lady of the Rockies, Continental Divide, Berkeley Pit.
  • Great Falls
  • Kalispell Flathead Valley near Glacier National Park, Big Mountain and Blacktail Ski Resort.
  • Missoula


  • Missoula International Airport (MSO)
  • Bert Mooney Airport - BTM (Butte)
  • Helena Regional Airport (HLN)
  • Great Falls International Airport (GTF)

Concert Arenas

  • Adams Center is in Missoula.
  • Metrapark Arena is in Billings.

Convention Centers

  • Butte Silver Bow Civic Center
  • Helena Civic Center
  • Mansfield Convention Center is in Great Falls.

Military Bases

  • Malmstrom Air Force Base is in Great Falls.

National Parks

  • Glacier National Park - East Glacier Park is near Kalispell.
  • Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is near Billings.

University of Montana Campus

  • Missoula - main campus
  • Butte - Montana Tech campus
  • Dillan - Western Campus


  • Zoo Montana is in Billings.

There are 11 national forest in Montana. They are: Beaverhead, Bitterroot, Custer, Kootenay, Deerlodge, Flathead, Gallatin, Helena, Lewis and Clark and Lolo.

Montana is in the Great Plains.

The continental divider follows the boundary of Idaho and Montana.

There are 3 entrances to Yellowstone National Park in the state, although nearly all Yellowstone is in Wyoming.

The largest lake in the state is Flathead lake in the northwest.

Main Rivers are: The Yellowstone, Missoula, Jefferson, Madison, Gallatin, Smith River and Teton rivers.