So long as you're looking for a reasonable room for the night, and expect little more then this motel is perfectly adequate.
Warning: I'm used to staying mainly in hostels all over the world, some of the lowest, possible standard, but have also stayed in some hotels of the highest standard but all-in-all I generally have very few expectations, except for a safe, comfortable place to lay my head.
I arrived in Bozeman, did a drive past of Main St, and purely on looks and it's mention in my Lonely Planet USA, decided to call up this hotel first and was given a discount rate on a quiet, Saturday night of $53 by the manager (due to the receptionist, "mis-hearing" my request for 1 night as 1 month). This was the same as some of the other lower rate looking motels that I passed on Main St, so I booked it. The manager was helpful, but the receptionist who took my reservation and checked me in seemed like a bit of a space cadet - very slow and lost. Still, she got me checked in with little fuss.
Continental Breakfast was offered for an extra $3 which I declined.
The first floor room I was given was near reception, had parking outside the glass fronted doors of the room and was large with 2 king beds. Other amenities were free Internet (you might need to ask for a username), a large screen TV (though no remote was to be found), vanity sink, bath and shower, microwave, fridge and a time-delayed coffee machine (I loved this feature - first hotel I've seen one in). Granted it looks slightly dated, and had a very slight musky smell, but it was all round pretty clean, spacious and comfy. I got a good nights sleep, with dark curtains and could only just hear the faint noise of cars passing on Main St in the morning.
Of the extra amentiies - I always take advertised features with a pinch of salt, and in this case you really do - the pool is still out of action (a year after somebody else mentioned it was), the spa/hot tub hours are limited from 4pm to midnight, the casino is 4 video poker machines in the lobby and the Games Room is in a state of disrepair. The pool table was usable, but nearly all the pockets were broken, allowing the balls to fall to the floor - hardly a big deal, unless your still spoon fed and can't pick up a ball.
The location was great. Downtown is just a short 5 minute stroll down Main St, and there is a Safeway supermarket located across the road from the Motel. Downtown Bozeman is pretty cute and picturesque as far as I saw - I arrived late and just hit Pita Pit for some late night food and the Bacchus Pub, which where both pretty good.
If you're looking for a beer, pool or some music, the motel is across the road from the Bar-muda triangle, 3 bars right next to each other .. you'll miss them if you blink. There is a huge litup BAR sign on the Main St outside what looks like a closed building, but if you walk around the back of it, there are 3 bars open until late - pretty old school smoky dive bars, with live music, lots of pool tables and lots of college kids.
I arrived back from my stroll around town late, and went to grab a cold, nightcap beer from reception which I was told was open until 2am.. some grumpy dude (I don't blame him, it's late night on a saturday) came in and when I asked for a beer he said it was past 2. It was 5 minutes to 2 but I was in no mood to argue my case, and hit the sack.
All-in-all a reasonably comfortable and cheap stay, but don't expect too many of the extra amenities.
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