Pros: Small western boutique hotel that is filled with antiques and well kept.
Pros: Showed up to check in and wasn't a guest...
kayak will never get business from us ever again.
Enjoy your visit to Livingston with a stay at Murray Hotel. For a bite to eat, guests can check out 2nd Street Bistro, one of 2 restaurants, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a snack bar/deli are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like pillowtop beds with premium linens.
Pros: In the middle of nowhere but it is a very nice place to stay, u could enjoy the nature with u.
Cons: in the middle of no where and with a lot of insert
Pros: Very friendly. Excellent customer service and experience
Pros: When going to hotels, I find cleanliness to be what I put aside important. It was immaculate. It was quaint, extremely helpful staff, and warm. They gave you genuine family feeling.
Cons: I was under the impression that this was a lodge and offered cabins as a second option. There is no 'lodge'. It could have just been my misunderstanding,
Let the destination and the great outdoors reach you at our smoke-free Yellowstone Valley Lodge, An Ascend Hotel Collection Member hotel in Livingston, MT near Yellowstone National Park. Located on the banks of the Yellowstone River, our lodge is a ranch-style property in the heart of Paradise Valley. Our luxurious guest rooms feature mountain views and amenities like TVs, kitchen facilities, living rooms and patios. Hotel amenities include free continental breakfast, free coffee and a hosted reception. You can also get work done at our business center or host a get-together in our meeting space. Also, earn rewards including free nights and gift cards with our Choice Privileges Rewards program.
Pros: The location was good for our situation. The complimentary breakfast offered a lot of different choices. Easy check in and check out.
Cons: Very crowded area at breakfast. Maybe add a breakfast bar along the wall with higher chairs for people to eat at and keep the same number of tables and chairs that currently are there.
Pros: Close to Yellowstone and plenty of parking for trailers
Pros: The gentleman who runs the hotel never stopped working. He was always attentive and friendly, and his 'down time' included mopping the lobby, keeping a spotless pool and hot tub. We stayed for a week. The hotel was very comfortable. We will stay again
Cons: 1 day out of 6, our room did not get cleaned. However, I think this was simply a staffing issue and not the typical. Otherwise, the stay was great. The breakfast was very nice. The facility was clean and comfortable.
Pros: The room was large and clean. It smelled fresh. The pool was nicely heated and the jacuzzi was great. The breakfast selection was better than most hotels of this star level. We really enjoyed it.
Cons: We enjoyed our whole experience here.
Pros: Good location, very clean
Pros: Cleanliness, staff and breakfast.
Pros: The room was great. Comfortable bed and very clean.
Cons: We tried to cancel the day of the reservation and got a run around from the front desk. When we came through and talked to the manager in person he pretended like he could not speak English which he could and did not help us in anyway.
Pros: The staff was very friendly and helpful. Made the stay enjoyable CW
Pros: Had a good breakfast
Cons: Pool was gross
Pros: Hot tub
Cons: Our key wouldn't open any of the side doors, TV and bathroom light wouldn't work, continental breakfast didn't start until 7am so we missed it, hot tub wasn't hot, microwave in lobby hardly worked, manager never called back to discuss issues.
Pros: It was a nice place in a convient location!
Cons: No elevators. Lots of stuff to carry up the stairs. Somehow we ended up getting double charged and both charges went through. Also the price where we booked was the wrong price.
An easy stop on the road awaits guests at the Econo Lodge Livingston Gateway to Yellowstone hotel near Buckhorn Theatre. This pet-friendly hotel is near destinations like Livingston Depot Center, Park County Sanitarian and Park County Fairgrounds. Enjoy amenities like free hot breakfast, free WiFi, indoor heated pool and a hot tub and guest laundry. We also have a newsstand and offer access to copy and fax machines. Guest rooms include a TV and standard room amenities. Also, earn rewards including free nights and gift cards with our Choice Privileges Rewards program.
Pros: Cleanest room, comfortable bed, great amenities. Staff was super friendly!
Pros: We were very pleased with our stay here. Very nicely updated, very nicely furnished. Very enjoyable.
Cons: Parking was a challenge when returning after dinner.
Pros: Good breakfast.
Cons: Room smelled smoky.
Pros: Awesome pool area.
Cons: Nope, it was great.
Pros: Awesome customer service. Very nice rooms. Very pleased.
Pros: Hotel was great. Good pillows and beds. Friendly staff.
The Comfort Inn hotel in Livingston, MT will get you rested and ready for anything. This smoke-free hotel is located near attractions like Yellowstone River, Buckhorn Theatre, Pine Creek Falls and Sacajawea Park. Take advantage of amenities like free hot breakfast, free WiFi, indoor pool and a hot tub, laundry facilities and our 20-guest meeting room. Rooms include a refrigerator, microwave, hair dryer, coffee maker, safe, iron and ironing board. Also, earn rewards including free nights and gift cards with our Choice Privileges Rewards program.
Pros: Easy to find, friendly staff, convenient location.
Cons: AC unit was extremely loud. Otherwise decent room.
Pros: The location was great easy access to get to the room was clean and comfortable and the staff was very friendly and helpful. Good value for the money.
Had a problem with the shower the handle was broken could only get cold water, mentioned it to the front desk, they had someone fixing it immediately.
Cons: The front reception area could use some updating, they didn't have an elevator, so we had to carry our bags up a flight of stairs.
The breakfast area was located in a back room and the food selection wasn't the best.
The property conveniently located just off of Interstate 90 and Exit 333. The property features 37 rooms, interior corridors, Free Local & Long Distance calling, Super Start Breakfast, Wireless Hi Speed internet, McDonalds, Subway, Albertsons next door. Property is located 52 miles from Yellowstone Parks north entrance, the only year around entrance that is open. Yellowstone National Park information is available at the front desk. The area has numerous attractions, fishing, white water rafting, horseback riding and hiking trails. Livingston also offers shopping from the Old West to the new West items. Pets allowed in some rooms please call property for permission 10.00 Per Pet Per Night. Pride of Super 8.
Pros: Bed was comfortable. Front desk staff was very knowledgeable.
Cons: The room was really dated and mismatched. The bathroom was sort of clean but hair was accumulated in the corners of the floor and the toilet looked like it hadn't been scrubbed in a while. I could accept that for a place I pay $60 for, not one I pay $200 for. There was a dead moth on the floor next to the AC unit that was clearly swatted and killed on the wall as evidenced by the smashed guts above it. In all, the place is really dated and in dire need of upgrades. The full breakfast was average at best. No fruit. Staff didn't appear to care that the tables never got cleaned.
Pros: Rooms were well equipped. Plenty of ports for our electronic equipment.
Cons: We had three rooms booked for the night to accommodate our family. When we tried to get into one room, it was already occupied. The man in the room was quite upset, answered the door in his underwear. This was very uncomfortable for all. We went back to the front desk to report the problem, and the front desk person was after several attempts able to find an unoccupied room. The following morning, as we checked out, we reported the incident to the manager who was very unconcerned and said she would have to look into it. The whole experience was frustrating and we find it difficult to recommend this hotel for groups.
Pros: I liked the amenities - availability of a large indoor pool, the complete breakfast, an elevator, indoor hallways. I liked having a tree and backyard view and ability to keep the window open at night (2nd floor).
Cons: The garage clearance was too low for our Subaru Forester w/ cargo carrier but no big deal. The pillows were all the same and too high for comfort. Footstep sounds from the room above us woke us about 4am.
Enjoy your visit to Livingston with a stay at Yellowstone Pioneer Lodge. Guests can take a dip in the indoor pool or grab a bite to eat at Copper Johns, which serves breakfast and dinner.
Pros: We were just traveling through for a night. It was just off the highway, had a pool for the kids and complimentary (Basic) breakfast
Cons: The breakfast could have been better, but anything is helpful just to get going in the morning. It was a bit dated, but all in all, I would return for the same purpose.
Pros: A good motel. Got a good nights rest. A comfortable room with no distractions.
Pros: The bed is comfortable.
Cons: We did not expect too much from this hotel given it's rating. As expected, the room is small, the bathroom is outdated, the bathtub looks dirty and the shower gets hot and cold on it's own. Room key did not work right for 2 days.
Pros: Large King bed, large room, super nice leather couch
Cons: All the hallway doors slam real hard and shake the walls. you can hear a door slam all the way at the other end of the hallway. the doors are really sturdy and heavy and close hard to make a lot of noise
Pros: The rooms were warm and the beds were comfortable.
Cons: The rooms are a bit small and outdated, but they were clean and comfortable.
Pros: with cheaper price and breakfirst
Cons: small room
Pros: This hotel was so much better thenow the roadway Inn in bozeman. The staff was friendly. Will be staying there again.
Pros: The only thing good about this hotel is that it's right off Hwy 90, & somewhat close to Yellowstone
Cons: STAFF!! Breakfast is poor at best.
Cons: room smelled bad. beds were terrible. internet unreliable. breakfast was plain jane at best
Pros: Hotel employee was fantastic at the front desk! Very biker friendly!
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When visiting Livingston, Erik's Ranch in Montana is a great choice to consider. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests can keep active with onsite hiking/biking trails and horse riding/rentals. Rooms feature bonuses like kitchens and sofa beds, along with fireplaces and balconies or patios.
Cons: rooms are too small for families with children.
Pros: Room was clean but needed some updating and a little price for just a very basis room
Cons: Beds were from the 90's but comfortable, just needs a little updating
Pros: The room was larger
Cons: There were many foreigners speaking loudly in their language who's children were running back and forth on the balcony area. It didn't feel like a place you could feel very secure at. The morning cinnamon rolls were more like an unsweetened bun with some cinnamon and not good at all.
When visiting Livingston, Country Motor Inn is a great choice to consider. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails. Rooms feature conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.
Enjoy the beauty and the quiet of Paradise Valley. Hiking and fishing right outside your doorstep and just a 40 minute drive to Yellowstone National Park.
Stay in a unique, modern-yet-rustic cabin made from a recycled shipping container. Cabin interiors are finished with hardwood floors, fully furnished, and enabled for electricity and heat. Cabins feature large sliding glass doors, windows and a private deck with views of the nearby mountains, the creek flowing through the property, and of live musical performances on the stage in the center of the property. Newly remodeled bathroom facility has four private units, each with a brand new shower and toilet.
Or, choose one of our three campsites and rent a tent, or bring your own.
Live music on weekends and on-site restaurant and beer garden.
Pros: The place is older and needs updating, but the owner is nice.The bathroom was a little shabby.
Located off of Interstate 90, this Livingston, Montana motel features rooms and suites with full kitchens and free Wi-Fi. Montana State University-Bozeman is a 35-minute drive away. A cable TV with HBO movie channels and a work desk are included in all rooms and suites at Budget Host Parkway Motel. A 24/7 front desk, a guest laundromat and BBQ facilities are available at Motel Budget Host Parkway. Vending machines featuring drinks are on site. With fly-fishing opportunities, the Yellowstone River is 1 miles from this motel. The International Fly Fishing Museum is 2 miles away. Yellowstone Gateway Mall is a 3-minute walk away.