Last Updated on May 1, 2024 by HotelSlash Staff

Photo credit: Kimpton Armory Hotel Bozeman

Stay in the Montana city of Bozeman for easy access to Yellowstone National Park and its surrounding area. It opens up a slew of outdoor fun: hiking, biking, and fishing in the summer and skiing in the winter. But Bozeman offers enough great restaurants, buzzy bars and cool shops that you’ll never feel like you’re in the wilderness. Here are five Bozeman hotels that make for a great Montana adventure.

Kimpton Armory Hotel Bozeman (24 W Mendenhall St.; 406- 551-7700) Downtown

This 122-room Kimpton hotel inhabits the old home of the Montana National Guard during World War II. With “three restaurants, a rooftop pool featuring unimpeded views of the Bridger Mountains, and its own concert venue, it’s quickly becoming the place to be in downtown these days,” writes Travel+ Leisure. “Great hotel just off the Bozeman main street,” agrees a Yelp user. “There is a little happy hour that I believe is daily, and they had local beers to sample!” >> Book this hotel for less

The LARK Bozeman (122 W Main St.; 866-464-1000) Downtown

This 38-room boutique hotel with its own coffee house is a “sweet spot that started its life as an old-fashioned motel [and] was given a major refresh in 2015,” writes Forbes. “The guest rooms each have their own personality, thanks to the gorgeous artwork created by talented locals.” A Tripadvisor user writes that the “property and guest rooms are funky, in a good way” and “there were also lots of power outlets in convenient places to charge devices, which was very helpful. We parked in a parking deck on Black St. (a two-block walk), which cost $5 overnight, vs $25 for valet parking at the hotel.”  >> Book this hotel for less

AC Hotel by Marriott Bozeman Downtown (110 N Tracy Ave.; 406-602-1072) Downtown

This 143-room boutique hotel is located about a mile from Montana State University. It has a rooftop lounge with great view of the mountains. A Yelp user likes the “chic modern vibes” and the fact that the hotel “is centrally located and downtown is easy to get to.” A Google reviewer likes that it was “one block away from the Cat Eye Cafe and Plonk (two must go to restaurants if you’re visiting the area. The room is spacious, clean, modern, and had lots of room.” >> Book this hotel for less

Element Bozeman (25 E Mendenhall St; 406-582-4972) Downtown

This extended-stay hotel offers suites with kitchenettes with fridges and microwaves, as well as a saltwater pool. A Google reviewer calls it “very unique hotel. Nice breakfast in the morning.” A Tripadvisor user likes that “parking was a breeze. One block from the action on Main Street, the Element’s location couldn’t be better.” The hotel is also convenient to Montana State University and the Museum of the Rockies. >> Book this hotel for less

RSVP Hotel (510 N 7th Ave; 406-404-7999) Downtown

A Tripadvisor user likes the “eclectic glam design” at this 38-room hotel. “Super friendly staff who greeted us with a glass of champagne and made sure we had what we needed throughout our stay.” A Google reviewer likes the mix of practical and fun amenities too: “No detail is left forgotten from the thoughtful personal touches, to the coffee, tea, and samples in each room. Our room had a record player in it, which was such a nice touch!” >> Book this hotel for less