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Once a ramshackle frontier town providing an entry to the Wild West beyond, Billings is now the largest city in Montana. It is popular both as an urban destination and as a trailhead, leading out into some of the most magnificent national parkland in the USA, including geyser-spewing Yellowstone. A shelf of mountains looms over the city’s skyscrapers in an apparent race to reach the heavens. It is this blend of urban cool and untamed wilderness which entices people here.

Things to see

At the heart of Billings city center is Skypoint, a modernist sail-like structure which sweeps over the center point. Usually here, traffic thrums down the highway and people shop in the surrounding malls, but throughout the year, Skypoint closes to cars and becomes the focus of major events, whether it’s a music festival or a New Year’s party. To experience some of the history of Billings, visit Moss Mansion, a lavishly decorated historic house. After an informative tour of the house, you can enjoy the gardens, where you can picnic in the shade of an ancient tree. Art lovers should visit the Yellowstone Art Museum, which features exhibits by local modern artists. Here, you can also experience an art auction, whether you take part in the bidding or not. For a family day out, take a trip to Zoo Montana, where children will love seeing their favorite animals up close.

Hotels in Billings

Billings hotels range from upmarket 4-star hotels to budget guesthouses and inns. At the luxury end, some hotels are full of historical character, with traditional, opulent furnishings, while others are modern and on-trend. Most of these hotels have restaurants, bars, and fitness centers; some also provide spas, golf courses, and swimming pools in a resort setting you may find hard to leave. The discount hotels in Billings are familiar, trustworthy brand hotels and motels. They provide comfortable rooms, complimentary continental breakfasts, and in-room coffee makers. Family suites and self-catering apartments are also an option here, if you need more space.

Where to stay

Central Billings is the place to be for a great shopping scene, a wide choice of international cuisine, and a thriving nightlife. Most of the main attractions are within walking distance, and the hotels tend to be 3 to 4-stars. If you’re on the hunt for a great hotel deal, try the Billings South area, around Laurel Road. Here, there are numerous budget hotels available. It’s a quieter area surrounded by beautiful parks and rivers. You can easily reach downtown Billings by car or public transport. The luxury resort hotels are located a little further south, close to the zoo.

How to get to Billings

The Billings Logan International Airport is located just a few miles northwest of the city center, so provides a convenient entry point to the city. Flights come from all over the USA. From the airport, buses, hotel shuttle services, and taxis all ply the route into town from the terminal building, and at 10-15 minutes, it’s a rapid transfer. You can also rent a car at the airport. Yellowstone National Park is a popular day or weekend trip away – just 1 hour’s drive away. If you don’t have your own transport, there are plenty of tours to Yellowstone from Billings.

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