A July 2005 trip
to Billings by Beltway Buddy
Quote: There are parts of this state that haven't changed that much since Lewis and Clark criscrossed it nearly 200 years ago. I am pretty much confident that the awe that those explorers felt at this state's breathtaking beauty can still be felt in today's Montana.
There is a free breakfast bar and communal kitchenette with muffins, donuts, bread, bagels, coffee, juices, and fixings, as well as a toaster to heat it all up. Get there early (before 8am) or all the good stuff will be gone. All this for $50 a day (below the government per-diem rate). I believe you can also get this rate with an AAA or AARP discount.
Oddly enough, the "theme" of the Cherry Tree Inn is East Coast -- their decor is all "George Washington colonial." If you're looking for glamour, doormen, a fou-fou in-house restaurant, and a mint on your pillow, stay away from the Cherry Tree Inn. If you're looking for clean, safe, comfortable, and economical lodging, you'll find it at the Cherry Tree Inn in Billings, Montana.
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 25, 2005
Cherry Tree Inn
823 N 28th St
Billings, Montana 59101
Member Rating 3 out of 5 on July 25, 2005
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Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 28, 2005
25 miles east of Billings, Montana