Country Inn & Suites by Carlson Bozeman, MT Opens
Wednesday September 3rd, 2014 - 10:56AM P
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MINNEAPOLIS—Country Inns & Suites by Carlson has opened a new hotel in Bozeman, MT.
“We are pleased to continue our expansion in the West in such a prime location near Montana State University and some of the best skiing and outdoor recreation in the state,” stated Scott Meyer, senior vice president, midscale brands, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Americas. “This hotel features our latest design which is modern yet embodies a homelike atmosphere, perfect for those seeking relaxation after enjoying the wilderness of Montana.”
The hotel’s design features include stone and wood wall accents that accompany a fireplace and soft sofa seating, lounge chairs and occasional tables. The Den, located just off the lobby, offers a space where guests can relax and enjoy a book from the brand’s signature Read It & Return Lending Library and is also home to the hotel’s 24-hour business center.
The hotel features the brand’s complimentary Be Our Guest breakfast served on diningware with hot and fresh items that rotate daily. The hotel also offers complimentary high-speed Internet access, free weekday newspaper and a complimentary airport shuttle.
The hotel, which opened officially to guests on August 15, offers 79 guestrooms and suites. The hotel also features a fitness center, indoor swimming pool and whirlpool, as well as an outdoor veranda.
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