Overlooking the Clark Fork River, the hotel features newly renovated and spacious guest rooms rich with amenities including free high-speed wireless internet. Enjoy Montana's freshest steaks, seafood and hand tossed pizzas at FINN Restaurant. The hotel offers easy access to hiking and jogging trails, fishing areas and downtown Missoula.
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