Where to stay in Missoula

Missoula, the city in the west of Montana, is renowned as the Garden city, so known for its lush green landscape and dense, thick trees. Missoula is home to five magnificent valleys; Clark Fork valley, Blackfoot valley, Deerlodge Valley, Flathead Valley, Bitterroot valley. Each of these valleys is fairly distinctive, each possessing scenic wonders of its kind. The clear rivers, the thick forests, the wild waterfalls, the majestic mountains, recreational areas, national parks, and what not! Missoula has become a preferred tourists destination and is deeply loved by its visitors. This remarkable place is likely to be visited by tourists in July and August; the weather is more pleasant and less uncomfortable with the best attractions in full bloom. To accommodate the visitors, this place features a variety of Budget accommodation options in Missoula with varying facilities and amenities and at convenient locations, so where to stay in Missoula can never be a problem for the visitors. 

A hearty fishing spot: Missoula, the place located at the point where five rivers converge, and how can such a place could not be known as the best fishing spot? You could go fishing at river banks in the town itself or hire a guide to go fishing in the heart of the river. And guess what you won't bring along disappointment for your catch in either case.

The steaming springs for frosty days: And if you are in Missoula around Christmas time or later, imagine what wonders could a hot spring do for you. The joy of letting yourself down in a hot spring amidst the freezing cool wind icing you up is miraculously soothing, just like a cup of hot cappuccino during the winters. You can opt for commercialized hot springs or ones in their natural states and celebrate the joys of being in the town during the frosty days.

Education - The necessity: The next most loved attraction of Missoula is the Montana Natural History Center. The main agenda of this place is to promote education, understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of nature. The citizens of the town consider it their primary responsibility to educate children and to normalize awareness regarding the current happenings and affairs of nature. The behavioral understanding and ecology of their co-existing organisms are one of the manifests of the ones at authority. Also, helpful programs and seminars are organized by the center to spread the word to every level and through every possible medium.

Best Hotels in Missoula

Staybridge Suites Missoula, an IHG Hotel

Staybridge Suites Missoula, an IHG Hotel

120 Expressway

Pets Friendly Hotel

From $90 Check Rates
C'mon INN Missoula

C'mon INN Missoula

2775 Expo Parkway

Free Airport Shuttle

From $110 Check Rates
TownePlace Suites by Marriott Missoula

TownePlace Suites by Marriott Missoula

3055 Stockyard Road

Pets Friendly Hotel

From $93 Check Rates
Courtyard Missoula

Courtyard Missoula

4559 North Reserve Street

Free Parking

From $79 Check Rates
Hampton Inn Missoula

Hampton Inn Missoula

4805 North Reserve

Pets Friendly Hotel

From $84 Check Rates
Best Western Plus Grant Creek Inn

Best Western Plus Grant Creek Inn

5280 Grant Creek Road

Pets Friendly Hotel

From $87 Check Rates
Hilton Garden Inn Missoula

Hilton Garden Inn Missoula

3720 North Reserve Street

Free Airport Shuttle

From $71 Check Rates
Wingate by Wyndham Missoula Airport

Wingate by Wyndham Missoula Airport

5252 Airway Boulevard

Pets Friendly Hotel

From $84 Check Rates

Famous landmarks & point of interests in Missoula

No trip to Missoula is complete without visiting its famous landmarks. We have curated a list of Missoula top attractions so that you plan your holiday by booking your accommodation near your point of interest!


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