Downtown Bozeman's Newest Lodging Options

Each of the Lark’s rooms utilized local craftsmen’s work and art inspired by local artists.

Each of the Lark’s rooms utilized local craftsmen’s work and art inspired by local artists.

Fish all day, apres' whatever-you-choose all evening.

The Lark Hotel and The Element Hotel by Westin are downtown Bozeman’s newest hotels. It has been a long time coming for a place as popular and inviting as downtown Bozeman to have two solid options to lay your head after a fun day of chasing trout with our guides. These two hotels are in the middle of the best of Bozeman, which is an angler’s dream: 20 minutes to the Gallatin; 30 minutes to the Yellowstone; 35 minutes to the Paradise Valley Spring Creeks; 60 minutes to the Upper Madison; 90 minutes to Yellowstone National Park; 120 minutes to Craig or the Land of the Giants.

The Lark Hotel is smaller and quaint compared to the Element. All of The Lark’s rooms are uniquely decorated. Within two blocks are several of Bozeman’s finest eateries and drinking establishments. But if you don’t even have the stamina to walk two blocks after battling fish all day, and don’t laugh, but a high-end taco truck and ice cream stand are on the premises. For real. Plus, mention you’re fishing with Pat Straub or his guides and get 10% off your rooms.

The Element Hotel by Westin is new and decked-out with all the modern amenities you’d expect in a larger city. The rooms are large and the beds are comfy. Wake up to the complimentary signature healthy breakfast, featuring hot breakfast sandwiches, refreshing smoothies, fresh fruit, gourmet coffee, and more. They’ve got a pool for a soak after casting dry flies all day. And the guest rooms each feature kitchenettes with cookware, dining flatware, and utensils. Each is fully equipped with a microwave, refrigerator, and stovetop. If you really want to “get into it” on your southwest Montana angling trip, consider this new gem.