Homewood Suites by Hilton
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHomewood Suites by Hilton Bozeman
After a long drive from Spokane, was greeted by a big friendly smile from the lovely girl at the front desk. I booked this place at the last minute, as they has a smoking suite. The suite is fantastic. It has everything you could need ie: HUGE fridge, coffee maker, 2 tv's, cooker, and even a fully stocked dishwasher!! The bed is massive and really comfortable. They offer food in the evening and breakfast in the morning, all included!!
As I lay here on my bed now writing this review, I'm looking at the sun coming up over the beautiful mountains.
btw...if you want to have a drink, there is a great bar in the Gran Tree Inn just across the way.
So far this is my favourite hotel on my road trip. Hope I get back here one day!
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... him well.
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