Billings, MT Hotels
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Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Billings, MT

Hilltop Inn by Riversage
Hilltop Inn by Riversage
880 N 29th Street, Billings
from $0
Boothill Inn And Suites
Boothill Inn And Suites
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4.6
242 East Airport Road, Billings
from $90
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Billings West
from $102
TownePlace Suites Billings
TownePlace Suites Billings
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4.8
2480 Grant Rd, Billings
from $98
C mon Inn Billings
C mon Inn Billings
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4.6
2020 Overland Ave So, Billings
from $129
Extended Stay America Billings - West End
Extended Stay America Billings - West End
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3.5
4950 Southgate Dr, Billings
from $59
Super 8 Billings
Super 8 Billings
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3.2
5400 Southgate Dr, Billings
from $54
Hampton Inn & Suites Billings West I-90
Hampton Inn & Suites Billings West I-90
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4.3
3550 Ember Ln, Billings
from $92
Big Horn Resort, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
from $99
Lexington Inn & Suites Billings
Lexington Inn & Suites Billings
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4.3
3040 King Ave W, Billings
from $88
More About Billings, MT Hotels...

Visiting Billings but aren’t sure how much to spend on a hotel? As Montana’s trailhead and the unofficial gateway to Big Sky Country, Billings attracts visitors from around the world. The average price for a hotel is $100/night, though you can snag a room at a budget hotel for as little as $60/night if you book early enough. Billings is a small city, so wherever you choose to stay you’ll be close to attractions and major highways. Some of the most popular hotels in the area include the Residence Inn by Marriott Billings, Springhill Suites Billings, Comfort Inn Billings, and Sleep Inn Billings.

What’s the Average Cost of a Budget Hotel in Billings?

Expect to pay an average of $75/night for a room at a budget hotel. The cheapest hotels in Billings are Howard Johnson Billings and the Roadway Inn. Both wallet-friendly hotels offer free breakfast, free wi-fi, and free parking. Howard Johnson Billings is the more modern of the two and features a fitness center and pool. Although more dated, rooms at the Roadway Inn come with convenient kitchenettes and the hotel also has its own restaurant.

What Hotels Are There Near the Airport?

Situated just two miles north of downtown Billings, Billings Logan International Airport is within easy reach of many of the city’s hotels. Several offer complimentary airport shuttle service, including the Dude Rancher Lodge, Best Western Plus ClockTower Inn, and Crowne Plaza Billings. If you’re in town to experience Montana’s wild and rugged side, consider the Dude Rancher Lodge. The independent hotel evokes the spirit of the West, but also offers modern amenities such as complimentary wireless internet, pillow top mattresses in each guest room, and a 24-hour business center.

What’s the Average Cost of a Luxury Hotel in Billings?

Luxury hotels in Billings cost $170/night on average. One of the most highly rated hotels in the city is the Northern Hotel. The four-star establishment is right in downtown Billings, close to the Yellowstone Art Museum. With pillow top mattresses, designer toiletries, and 24-hour room service, the Northern Hotel has everything you need for a luxurious stay in Billings. Nearby, the Crowne Plaza Billings is also popular choice with travelers.

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