The Western Heritage Inn is a throwback to a simpler time where elevators for anything under 5 floors where not needed, Americans were of stouter stock and the warmth of the welcoming warmth is evident the moment you walk into the lobby.
When you enter you're greeted by welcoming Inn staff, a giant bear in the corner of a relaxing dining area with floor-to-ceiling windows where a nice continental breakfast is provided. There are exposed wood and log appointments all around and the Western Heritage theme carries throughout the property.
If you've been traveling on the road for hours the hometown fe of this establishment immediately begins to decompress all of the stresses of travel.
When you were reach the room it's a mix of authentic small town comfort with the amenities you would expect in any well rated property. The room was facing Main St. and surprisingly quiet. The hotel maintains a 10:00 curfew on loud noise which for anyone is very much appreciated.
We found the staff to be welcoming and extremely courteous always asking how are stay was and whether there was anything they could do to make us more comfortable.
If you're looking for fancy spas, restuarants, elevators with valet service there are plenty of new properties in the valley to choose from.
However, if you're looking for a homie courteous pace to relax and take in the Bozeman vibe, then the Western Heritage Inn is for you.
This property is my go-to on my future trips to Bozeman Montana.
Traveller from University Place, WA
Situated in the entertainment district, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Lindley Park, Gallatin County Pioneer Museum, and …More
The staff and the location are great
Only downside is you have to valet park your car which is free but if you have travel items in your car they are always 10 mins away so if that’s not an issues this is a perfect hotel for your stay in Bozeman. Right in the middle of great dining and entertainment
Traveller from seattle
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