Modern rooms with flat-panel TVs and a dynamite downtown location put the non-smoking Holiday Inn Helena on the short list of places to stay when venturing out to Big Sky Country. The seven-story hotel has 71 non-smoking rooms featuring plush bedding with triple-sheeting and an assortment of pillows. Rooms are also equipped with mini-fridges and coffeemakers — thoughtful amenities that provide a touch of home. Wi-Fi is part of the room package; so are flat-panel TVs with premium cable including HBO. Once unpacked, take time to explore the hotel's heated indoor pool, hot tub and well-equipped fitness center. Get your game on in the casino, then, after you win big, treat everyone to a round of drinks in the lounge. Purchase breakfast or other meals in the full-site restaurant, which is open throughout the day and provides room service, too. Additional amenities include a business center and coin laundry. Pets are permitted for an additional fee. The Last Chance Pedestrian Mall, home to art galleries and gift shops, is just outside the hotel's door. It's two miles to the Holter Museum of Art; three miles to Carroll College. The Montana Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a five-minute car ride from the Holiday Inn, and it's 20 minutes to Helena National Forest. It's 88 miles to Great Falls International Airport; Helena Regional Airport is three miles away. our guests "like everything" about the Holiday Inn Helena, particularly, its "excellent location Downtown," "very friendly front-desk staff" and "good bar with nice TVs."
Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $10 per pet per night.
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