Absolutely lovely place to stay, so close to downtown. Stayed in the Rialto room and it was totally worth it. Kindest staff and best amenities, cannot recommend this place enough. Also, still obsessed with the smell of the hand soap, that might sound silly, but just wait until you use it.
This hotel was a charmer…perfectly located in downtown Bozeman within walking distance to numerous great restaurants and hotels. Our only regret was that we couldn’t stay here longer. Staff was exceptional and room was super cute!
Amazing stay overall all the staff were super friendly and made me feel right at home and in the end everything went perfectly from check in to check out and the valet service getting my car ready for my early departure
We stayed for two nights in Bozeman in mid August before departing on a Backroads trip to Yellowstone. We read mostly positive reviews about the Lark but also read some negative ones too. This is a very positive review! We were thoroughly impressed with the hotel. It had a perfect location in Downtown Bozeman which made everything walkable including the Museum of the Rockies. We walked to dinner and breakfast on both days, and we are even able to walk to a Safeway grocery store. The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful. We appreciated the free soft drinks and snacks in the lobby. There was free coffee in the lobby as well. However we decided to partake of the excellent coffee shop also on the hotel grounds which was wonderful and had perhaps the most knowledgeable staff of any coffee shop I have visited previously (and we live in Seattle!). The hotel staff were also very helpful with advice on what to do around town. The room itself did not have a lot of frills but was nicely decorated in a modern fashion. It had enough room for two adults and two young teenage children. The room was very quiet and we all got a good nights sleep. It was perfect for us and very clean. We will definitely stay at the Lark again if we are in Bozeman. We were very glad we stayed there and it started our trip off on the right foot!…
For over $400 there is no pool or hot tub, no full service restaurant, no in room coffee machine or microwave. Plus a confusing and extra charge for parking. I can't believe you require me to add more to this review before you accept ti.
We highly recommend a stay at The Lark on your next visit to Bozeman. We selected the hotel because of its unique design and amenities. It was an memorable visit because of all the fun details that surprise and delight.
The Lark is located in the heart of Bozeman and is equipped with a specialty cafe in its West lobby. We stayed there for our wedding weekend and the staff went above and beyond for us. They were as helpful as the room was comfortable. Stay at the Lark for sheer proximity to all the things Bozeman has to offer or even just the delicious coffee on site. The room was clean with amazing products to freshen up with. The perfect amount of comfort so you enjoy your stay, but also nothing unnecessary to inspire you to go outside an explore the amazing town of Bozeman. 10/10 recommend staying at the Lark!
I stayed at the Lark as part of a work trip, and I found the room to be super quaint, cute and comfortable. The beds and pillows were comfortable, AC was plentiful and the water pressure was good too. I would come back here!
The folks that renovated this hotel did an awesome job. It has a mid-century modern/urban vibe, and lots of great details. We loved it! Location was very convenient for food & shops. There’s an outdoor fireplace near the lobby, which was nice, and they lit it as soon as the temperature dropped (in August). Excellent stay. Our only negative comment is the $20 parking fee, which is fairly common in a downtown hotel, but the place wasn’t full, and neither was the parking lot. That said, the valet was quick and easy when we needed the car. We’d definitely stay there again.
Stayed for two nights. It’s a cute, clean hotel complex right downtown with nice staff. However, I’m paying close to $500/night to be in a room with no carpet, no fridge, no furniture except a bed and a plastic chair, and a huge and loud dinosaur of an a/c unit next to my bed. Room temp swings wildly. The rooms are plenty big so my sense is they did the rooms as cheaply as possibly and tried to mask it with vibe. Which almost works, if you aren’t in the room much and don’t mind living off a narrow counter and a bed. The HVAC is horrid though. If I come back to Bozeman, I think I’d try and find something a little more comfortable for this cost,