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Surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery, Missoula has a rich history as a lumber town, and although that industry is long gone it still has a thriving economy with many major employers setting up in this charming city. The city's location means it's a popular destination for those who love the great outdoors, with winding mountain trails for hiking, biking, and horse riding, and miles of unspoiled land where it's easy to spot different animal species hiding in amongst the tall trees.

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Surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery, Missoula has a rich history as a lumber town, and although that industry is long gone it still has a thriving economy with many major employers setting up in this charming city. The city's location means it's a popular destination for those who love the great outdoors, with winding mountain trails for hiking, biking, and horse riding, and miles of unspoiled land where it's easy to spot different animal species hiding in amongst the tall trees.

Hotels in Missoula

There's a wide range of Missoula hotel options, from mountain resorts to major chains in the center, allowing you to find a hotel deal to suit you. Both business and leisure travelers enjoy the 3 star accommodation options close to downtown, with facilities such as restaurants, bars, room service, barbecue grills, indoor swimming pools, ski storage, saunas, and laundry facilities. Rooms also have plenty of amenities, with business travelers enjoying extras such as free WiFi, desks, and complimentary newspapers. Those in the area on vacation will also appreciate little touches such as hairdryers, coffee makers, premium television channels, and free local calls.

Where to stay

Missoula has a busy downtown area that's full of office blocks housing major corporations. However, there's also a fun side to the area, and at night the bars and restaurants are always popular, with several cozy breweries and traditional style pubs offering a rustic menu. There are also several shopping streets where you'll find quirky boutiques, shops selling handmade goods, bookstores, and cafés. Downtown is also home to many local events, and this close-knit community has many annual festivals and fundraisers. Greenough just to the east of Missoula is a popular destination for those wanting to escape to the mountains, and the area has luxury resorts and plenty of dense forest for exploring.

How to get to Missoula

Missoula International Airport is just 10 minutes north of the city center, and there are regular flights arriving from major cities across the USA. You can pick up a rental car or taxi from outside the terminal, or there are regular buses on the local Mountain Line which take about half an hour to get Downtown. There are also regular buses to and from Whitefish which is about 2 hours to the north, and from here you can take Amtrak's Empire Builder service which travels between Seattle, Portland, and Chicago.