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Situated in Helena, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Helena Civic Center and Cathedral Church of St. Peter. Holter Museum of Art and Cathedral of St. ...
Located in the heart of Helena, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Holter Lake, Montana Historical Society Museum, and Montana State Capitol. Missouri ...
Situated in Helena, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Montana Historical Society Museum, Holter Lake, and Montana State Capitol. Missouri River and Cathedral ...
Helena isn't just an awesome place to check out, it also features a fair number of accommodations that'll help make your travels unforgettable. You can pick from 17 establishments within 3 miles of the city center.
The Best Western Premier Helena Great Northern Hotel is worth checking out as it's among the closest options.
You might want to think about staying in Helena Valley Northeast. This conveniently-placed destination is 9 miles away from the heart of the city and has 2 hotel options. These include, the Residence Inn by Marriott Helena and Comfort Suites Helena.
Discover the people that helped shape this region by visiting Montana Historical Society Museum. If this place gets you excited, you should consider picking between the Holiday Inn Helena Downtown Conference Center and Radisson Colonial Hotel Helena. The scenes inside Montana State Capitol have had a large role in shaping this region over generations. Whether you'd like to experience this spot or would just like to be in the same area, the Wingate by Wyndham Helena Airport and Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Helena are some wonderful options.
You might also want to look into the Hampton Inn Helena and the La Quinta Inn & Suites Helena. They are also in the Helena area, 2 miles and 2 miles away from town. The Baymont Inn & Suites Helena is also nearby, 2 miles away from the center of town.
Three Forks is another place to stay. It is where you'll find the Madison Buffalo Jump State Park and the Headwaters Public Golf Course, and is 55 miles to the southeast of the center of Helena. Accommodation options in Three Forks include the Sacajawea Hotel and Lewis & Clark Motel of Three Forks.
The beauty of Helena, MT was made to please the human heart. Travel to the capital of the Treasure State to enjoy amazing views and free your spirit in a breathtaking mountain landscape. The natural beauty here has captivated Native American tribes, European explorers, and men in search of gold. More millionaires lived in Helena by the year 1888 than in any other city on the globe. Stories of affluence linger in the city’s exquisite Victorian architecture. Take time to close your eyes and imagine the extravagant cocktail parties of mine owners and railroad magnates of past eras while you’re in town. Of course, you can balance glitter and glamour with plenty of hiking and fishing near the mountains during your time at wonderful Helena (and vicinity) hotels. The discounts happening at Expedia.com right now are spectacular enough to move mountains. Stay right where you are to discover how to plan a fun and cheap vacation to the Queen City of the Rockies on any budget.
Helena is a contemporary city where nobody blinks an eye when a man in a suit and tie rides through town on horseback. After all, people who live here are used to seeing elk lounging on their front lawns on dew-kissed mornings. The atmosphere here is cool, rugged, wild, and a little bit refined. The views of the mountains surrounding the city create a certain spirit of freedom in the attitudes of all who live here or visit.
The sky over Helena offers spectacular colors throughout the seasons. The city’s long, cold winters contribute to the hardiness of the people who live here. It can be quite a treat to visit the city when it is covered under a blanket of reflective snow. Nearby ski resorts really sweeten the experience. Summers are hot and dry compared to other American cities. Temperatures climb to a pleasant 72 degrees Fahrenheit by the middle of July. Spring is short, mild, and occasionally rainy. It’s a wonderful time of year to visit if you’re interested in watching vegetation wake up from winter’s freeze. Fall is also quite brief and mild. Seize the opportunity to travel here to ride a brown colt under a neon-pink sunset any time of year.
Despite the city’s affinity for horses, there are plenty of Helena car rentals available to help you get around town. Tour Saint Helena Cathedral, the Montana State Capitol, and the Montana Historical Society soon after you arrive. We recommend checking out the Great Northern Carousel and Kindrick Legion Field for some fun and photo opportunities. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, get ready to mark up your map with stops at Helena National Forest, Gates of the Mountains Wilderness, the Missouri River, the Sleeping Giant Wilderness Study Area, and Spring Meadow Lake State Park. Take a moment to catch your breath by checking out our exclusive deals on Helena (and vicinity) hotels near all these epic attractions.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that a city as magical and wondrous as Helena has to be expensive to visit. You can book a great vacation package on any budget using our online travel tools. Simply search for affordable rates based on your travel dates. You can even tack on our Helena flight deals to pay one low price for your entire vacation. Are you ready to shake your spurs and ride our deals all the way into a mountain sunset? Saddle up with the guaranteed best prices on hotels in Helena (and vicinity) when you reserve your trip here on Expedia.com today.