The Cherry Tree Inn bills itself as family-owned and -operated. As such, it differs somewhat from the run-of-the-mill big-chain motels. For one thing, the water glasses are made of glass rather than plastic. The lobby is attractive. My room was large. The furniture was well worn, but the TV was new. There was always lots of activity in the halls, but it was quiet at night. Breakfast consisted of bagels, sweet rolls, or waffles. There was no cereal, and there was no milk or cream for coffee. The Wi-Fi situation was terrible. I could not get to the Internet while in my room. Roaming around the place, I was able to find a spot where a weak signal came in. But it was sporadic and frequently interrupted. I finally was able to get a halfway decent connection by logging in to the clinic across the street from the motel. The clerk didn't know much about the motel's wireless service and really didn't care. If you're not interested in Wi-Fi and if you don't care about having a decent breakfast, this place should be OK for you. Otherwise, I'd advise you to stay elsewhere.
- Also Known As:
- Cherry Tree Hotel Billings