We planned to stop a Glendive on our trip across Montana as we headed home to Wash. DC from Yellowstone. Never having been to Montana or North Dakota, (I now have been to 49 states) I assumed that in these sparsely populated areas with near empty highways that hotel availability would not be a concern. I was completely wrong. The Days Inn and Comfort Inn were sold out the day before our arrival and I just managed to reserve a room at the Yellowstone Inn the morning before our evening arrival. Another reviewer mentioned inflated prices because of th oil boom so I assume that accounts for the full houses as well.
As for the hotel, it is right off the interstate and from the outside doesn't look inviting as it is made of the cheapest materials. The room was much better looking and we have no complaints about cost, cleanliness, space, or sleep quality. However realize that this hotel, at least on our one day stop in September, is patronized mostly by workmen. These people need to be up and out at 6:00 am so quiet time is from 10 to 6. With a gravel parking lot and big trucks coming and going first thing in the morning, don't expect a quiet morning.
The hotel has an attached restaurant (as well as one across the road), a bar/lounge and a 'casino' meaning a room with a dozen or so slot machines. The food was decent and fairly priced and best of all, even in such a remote location, they had craft brewed local draft beers including a very good stout. Thankfully the days of bud light dominence outside of a few big cities are long gone. Everywhere on our 5,000 mile trip, even in the smallest towns, good brew could be had.
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