Montana hotels serve as a place of rest when you are venturing out into "big sky country." The open space of Montana gives way to some of nature's most breathtaking masterpieces. Glacier National Park and Waterton Lakes National Park of Canada form the world's first International Peace Park and provide a place for guests to see those masterpieces. Whether you hike, bike or hot air balloon over the landscape it is still nothing short of awe-inspiring as you look as far as your eye can see. Nature lovers can enjoy a 52 mile drive up "going to the sun road" and cling to the rugged section of the Northern Rockies as the cars wind up the hill while sharing it with a variety of wild life. Cross over the Continental Divide at Logan Pass and share an experience with your family that will last a life time.
Montana hotels near Yellowstone National Park offer many options for lodging. Stay in a resort style hotel or in a log cabin as you discover the purest form of entertainment, the wilderness. Watch geysers erupt with steam, or rise early in the morning to see bear, bison, elk and wolf roam about the 3,472 miles of untouched landscape.
There aren't many places left on earth where nature still exists as raw as it does in Montana. This is a place where you can meet ranchers from Choteau, stop at a local diner for homemade pie and find real treasures at an antique shop. A stay in any of the fine hotels in Montana give guests the opportunity to ski powder rich mountains, fish for trout in pristine rivers or whitewater raft down the rapids. Outdoor adventure set in playground created by nature is waiting for you when you make a reservation to stay in one of the great Montana hotels.
With 27 airports throughout the state, a cosmopolitan capital city in Helena and breathtaking natural landscapes begging to be explored, there is no doubt a stay in any of the lodging facilities in Montana will be an experience not soon forgotten.