When you stay at the Quality Inn & Suites® in Bozeman, you’ll be just minutes from many of Montana's major attractions, including the Bridger Bowl ski area and Big Sky Resort. Travelers also will appreciate our location by Interstate 90 and near Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.
Bozeman is home to Montana State University and thousands of students who bring energy and excitement to town, especially when the Bobcats host sporting events. Our hotel is near the Museum of the Rockies, which houses the Siebel Dinosaur Complex with its T. rex skeleton and dinosaur fossils.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the nearby Bridger Range to the north of Bozeman and the Spanish Peaks to the south, which offer trails for skiing, biking and hiking. Nearby Gallatin River and Canyon is the perfect spot for fly fishing, rafting and kayaking. It’s also a great spot for photography and viewing wildlife such as bighorn sheep, black bears, elk, mule deer, moose, and eagles.
Adventurers who’ve always wanted to see a grizzly bear and live to tell about it should consider visiting the Montana Grizzly Encounter, a rescue and educational sanctuary in nearby Bozeman that allows visitors to see the bears outside of cages and in a natural environment.
Guests who are looking for some fresh air and an amazing outdoor experience will want to make the 90-minute drive to America’s first national park—Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone features canyons, rivers, forests, hot springs and geysers, including the famous Old Faithful.
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