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Lodging deal for Bozeman, March 23-24

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 

Hi gang,

 

We are getting a special rate from La Quinta, which has a free airport shuttle, for Saturday and Sunday nights -- we're skiing Bridger Monday March 25:

 

 

For a King or 2 queens, the rate would be $76.50

 

This included a free full hot breakfast for all your guests to include 5 hot entrees.  All amenities including pool and hot tub are open 24 hours.  This is a new hotel also J

 

 

 

620 NIKLES DRIVE

BOZEMAN, MONTANA 59715

406-585-9300 PH

406-585-2900 FX

406-223-5994 CELL

lq6192gm@laquinta.com


Edited by nolo - 10/29/12 at 3:35pm
post #2 of 7
Nice one, Nolo.
post #3 of 7

Goes very nicely with the $41 lift ticket for Bridger on March 25.

post #4 of 7

Hey nolo,

 

In your opinion is there any advantage/disadvantage at staying at a hotel other than the Quinta?  We will have a car and I noted (on Orbitz) that there several hotels with even lower rates than you were quoted.

 

Thanks!

post #5 of 7
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Originally Posted by bbinder View Post

Hey nolo,

 

In your opinion is there any advantage/disadvantage at staying at a hotel other than the Quinta?  We will have a car and I noted (on Orbitz) that there several hotels with even lower rates than you were quoted.

 

Thanks!

The most obvious advantage is that you get to hang out with other Bears until bedtime without needing a designated driver. biggrin.gif

 

Seriously, it's always helpful when attendees to a group event stay at the place that is willing to offer a deal to the organizer, assuming the rate is reasonable for the level of service provided.  Do the other motels have full hot breakfast, indoor pool, and hot tub open 24 hours?

post #6 of 7

I've stayed in a lot of the hotels in Bozeman, only the hotels downtown near the school seem to be ones I'd never go back to.  The Days Inn, Comfort Inn, Fairfield Inn, MicroTel, and Hampton Suites have all been fine.  Not everyone needs a hot tub, although personally I like a place that offers eggs for breakfast and not just muffins.  

post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 

Machs nicht. There's no reason to stay at the La Quinta other than it's a place that works with Bridger, is about as close to the mountain as you can get and still in town, has a free airport shuttle, and the other amenities mentioned. That part of town (7th and I-90) has LOTS of motels. Lots and lots. Please feel free to shop around if you're looking for the best price. 

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