One of the first questions you often have when planning a Montana summer vacation is a simple one: where are we going to stay? Finding the right place to stay in Montana isn't easy because of the wealth of great destinations and lodging options throughout the state. But if you're looking for a convenient, comfortable place to stay in Montana, consider the Town Pump hotel group—a collection of properties that can be your home away from home for a couple nights, a week, or for a month-long trek around the state.
Town Pump hotels feature a significant amount of variety. You can stay in a hotel in the center of one of Montana's largest cities in an all-suite, 90-room new hotel at the Comfort Suites Helena. Or you can opt for a pet-friendly hotel in Bitterroot Valley with an adjacent casino at Townhouse Inn of Hamilton. The Town Pump collection also includes the Shelby RV Park and Resort, which was recently added to the portfolio. The park is conveniently located off the intersection of I-15 and Highway 2 in Shelby, Montana. It has 27 available sites with electrical and cable hookups, and RV guests can access an indoor pool, hot tub, sauna and fitness room at the resort. If you want a break from the RV for a night or two, rent one of the on-site, small lodge cabins with full amenities that include a kitchen, bathroom, living room and more. The well-maintained park also includes Wi-Fi, showers and laundry facilities—plus views of gorgeous Montana plains and a convenient location near Montana Lil's Casino, a Town Pump convenience store, and the Country Skillet Restaurant.
Who doesn’t love free breakfast? Luckily, all of Town Pump’s Comfort Inns, Comfort Suites, TownHouse Inns, Sleep Inn & Suites, and Holiday Inn Express & Suites offer a complimentary hot breakfast buffet where guests can choose between freshly made scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausages and more. Additional items available include fruits, cereal, and yogurts. Super 8 properties feature a free, expanded continental breakfast buffet with the "Simply Super Cinnamon Roll."