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is an award-winning hospitality brokerage specializing in the sale of hotels, motels, and resorts. As a result of our experience, strong business relationships, and collected information relevant to both buyers and sellers, Western Hotel Brokers, Inc. is uniquely qualified to provide the following services:

  • Hotel Acquisitions and Dispositions
  • Analysis and Advisory
  • Property Valuation and Inspection
  • Land Sales Hotel Development

We obtain results for our clients through.

  • Tracking ownership positions extensive 20,000 property and person data base
  • Accumulating sophisticated information regarding hotels
  • Providing caring service with utmost integrity
  • Our ability to negotiate and guide a property through the closing process

Interested in Buying a Hotel?

Western Hotel Brokers, Inc.
5994 NW Rosewood Drive
Corvallis, OR 97330
Tel: 541-745-7707
Fax: 541-745-7743





The Different Types of Eye Care Professionals #montana #eye #care


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The Different Types of Eye Care Professionals

Ophthalmology and Ophthalmologists

What is ophthalmology?

Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine that specializes in the anatomy, function, and diseases of the eye.

What is an ophthalmologist?

  • An ophthalmologist is a medical or osteopathic physician who specializes in the medical and surgical care of the eyes and the prevention of eye disease. An ophthalmologist diagnoses and treats refractive, medical, and surgical problems related to eye diseases and disorders.
  • Ophthalmologists are licensed by state regulatory boards to practice medicine and surgery, as well as deliver routine eye care.
  • An ophthalmologist will have the initials “M.D.” (Doctor of Medicine) or “D.O.” (Doctor of Osteopathy) after his or her name.

What does an ophthalmologist do?

  • Ophthalmologists are trained to provide the full spectrum of eye care, from prescribing glasses and contact lenses to complex and delicate eye surgery.
  • Ophthalmologists treat eye diseases, prescribe medications, and perform all types of surgery to improve, or prevent the worsening of, eye and vision-related conditions.
  • Many ophthalmologists are also involved in scientific research into the causes of, and cures for, eye diseases and vision problems.

How is an ophthalmologist educated and trained?

  • In addition to four years of medical school and one year of internship, all ophthalmologists spend a minimum of three years of residency (hospital-based training) in ophthalmology.
  • During residency, ophthalmologists receive specialized training in all aspects of eye care, including prevention, diagnosis, and medical and surgical treatment of eye conditions and diseases.
  • Often, an ophthalmologist spends an additional one to two years training in a subspecialty, or a specific area of eye care, such as glaucoma or pediatric ophthalmology.
  • All ophthalmologists are required to fulfill continuing education requirements to stay current regarding the latest standards of care.

More Information about Ophthalmology

  • For more information, you can visit the American Academy of Ophthalmology website.
  • SmartSight is a resource from the American Academy of Ophthalmology that provides essential tips for making the most of remaining vision. SmartSight also provides information resources for ophthalmologists to use in referring patients who need low vision rehabilitation services.
  • The EyeSmart® public awareness campaign, sponsored by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, helps Americans to take charge of their eye health; know their risk factors for eye diseases, infections and injuries; and understand how ophthalmologists can help prevent, diagnose, and treat eye conditions.

J. Gregory Rosenthal, MD: Ophthalmologist and Humanitarian

Dr. J. Gregory Rosenthal is an ophthalmologist who specializes in eye care for people with diabetes. complex retinal detachments. and macular degeneration. He is also a strong supporter of vision loss support groups as an integral component of the comprehensive vision rehabilitation process.

Says Dr. Rosenthal, “I think that sometimes doctors give up on what they consider to be ‘failures’: people whom they cannot return to good vision. It is a quality of life issue. Being a doctor is more than just providing medicine and surgery. Medical care is not a business first. It is a calling. A doctor is supposed to be the patient’s advocate. We are supposed to use our skills to serve the patient’s best interests, regardless of what we get back. It is important to think from the patient’s perspective, find out how they are doing, what problems they are having.”

Learn more about Dr. Rosenthal and vision rehabilitation services:

Optometry and Optometrists

What is optometry?

Optometry is a vision care specialty that is concerned with the health of the eyes, the visual system, and related structures.

What is an optometrist?

  • An optometrist is a health care professional who specializes in function and disorders of the eye, detection of eye disease, and some types of eye disease management. An optometrist conducts eye examinations, prescribes corrective contact lenses and glasses, and diagnoses and treats eye diseases and disorders.
  • Optometrists are licensed by state regulatory boards that determine their scope of practice, which may vary from state to state.
  • An optometrist will have the initials “O.D.” (Doctor of Optometry) after his or her name.

What does an optometrist do?

  • Optometrists are trained to examine the eyes for visual defects, diagnose problems or impairments, prescribe corrective lenses, and provide certain types of treatment.
  • Many (but not all) U.S. states have passed legislation that allows optometrists to perform certain surgical procedures, such as laser treatment; administer injections, such as local anesthesia or treatment for macular degeneration; and prescribe additional diagnostic, therapeutic, and oral medications. Visit the American Optometric Association website to determine if your state permits optometrists to perform these additional procedures.
  • Many optometrists are also involved in scientific research into the causes of, and cures for, a range of vision problems.

How is an optometrist educated and trained?

  • Prior to admittance into optometry school, optometrists typically complete four years of undergraduate study, culminating in a bachelor’s degree.
  • Optometrists then complete a four-year postgraduate program in optometry school to earn the Doctor of Optometry degree.
  • Some optometrists go on to complete one- to two-year residencies with training in a specific sub-specialty area, such as pediatric or geriatric eye care, specialty contact lens, ocular disease, or neuro-optometry.
  • All optometrists are required to fulfill continuing education requirements to stay current regarding the latest standards of care.

More Information about Optometry

Low Vision Specialist

  • Many optometrists and some ophthalmologists have additional credentials or specialization in low vision testing, diagnosis, and treatment, and are trained to conduct low vision eye examinations and prescribe special low vision optical devices .
  • If you’re experiencing significant vision loss, a low vision specialist can determine whether special optical and non-optical devices. improved lighting. or other types of specialized services and equipment can help make the best use of your remaining vision.
  • You can find a listing of low vision specialists in the “Low Vision Services” category in the VisionAware Directory of Services .

In addition to the low vision providers in the Directory listings, you can find additional providers through the following directories:

Orthoptist

  • An orthoptist is a certified allied health professional who works under the supervision of an ophthalmologist to evaluate and treat disorders of the visual system with an emphasis on binocular vision (using both eyes to see) and eye movement problems.
  • Orthoptists most commonly work in pediatric ophthalmology settings.
  • An orthoptist has a bachelor’s degree in addition to a post-graduate two-year orthoptic fellowship in an accredited program.
  • For more information, you can visit the American Association of Certified Orthoptists website.

Optician

  • An optician is a health professional who is trained to supply, prepare, and dispense optical appliances through interpretation of written prescriptions. An optician fits and finishes eyeglass lenses and frames and may also dispense low vision devices. contact lenses, and artificial eyes.
  • Opticians typically learn job skills through formal on-the-job programs. This training includes technical instruction in measuring eyes or adjusting frames under the supervision of an experienced optician.
  • A number of community colleges and technical schools offer formal education in opticianry. Some award a two-year associate degree, while others offer a one-year certificate.
  • Twenty-three U.S. states require licensure for opticians.
  • For more information, you can visit the Opticians Association of America website.
  • Opticianedu.org provides information about education, internship, and licensure requirements to maintain Dispensing Optician credentials.

Locate an Eye Care Professional in Your Area

  • Visit the American Academy of Ophthalmology website and use their Find an Ophthalmologist online database to locate an ophthalmologist in your area.
  • Visit the American Optometric Association website and use their Doctor Locator online database to locate an optometrist in your area.
  • Ask for a recommendation from family members, friends, or your family doctor.
  • Call your local hospitals and ask if they have outpatient ophthalmology departments.
  • Check your health insurance plan for listings of approved eye care providers.
  • In most cases, it is not recommended that you visit an optician for your initial exam and diagnosis.

If your vision loss can’t be corrected and interferes with your everyday living, vision rehabilitation services can help maintain or restore your independent living skills.

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Montana Insurance Commissioner Announces Fraud Settlement #montana #insurance #commissioner


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Montana Insurance Commissioner Announces Fraud Settlement

LPL Financial Corporation (LPL) will pay nearly $1.3 million in restitution to Montana investors and a fine of $150,000 to the State of Montana under a settlement announced today by Monica Lindeen, Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance.

The restitution and fine are the resoultion of claims involving the alleged illegal activity of a former LPL registered representative, Donald Chouinard, who allegedly operated a Ponzi scheme in the Kalispell area, and the alleged failure by LPL to supervise Chouinard.

LPL did not admit or deny any of the allegations as part of the settlement; however, LPL believed it was in the best interests of its customers to resolve the alleged violations. Lindeen praised the company for doing right by the injured Montana investors.

Too many hard-working Montanans lost their savings due to the actions of Mr. Chouinard, but today we started the process of recovering those losses, said Lindeen. This settlement is the result of both efficient and effective enforcement work by this agency and a willingness by LPL Financial Corporation to arrive at a solution that addresses the needs of its clients. We are very pleased with this result.

The settlement with LPL did not resolve any claims against Chouinard individually or his companies, which the Montana Department of Securities continues to pursue.

In September, the Securities Department issued a Temporary Cease and Desist Order against Chouinard and filed a Notice of Proposed Agency Action against him and his companies, DC Wealth Management, Inc. and DC Associates, Inc. The action alleges that Chouinard and his companies committed securities fraud and conducted a Ponzi scheme involving Montana and Idaho investors who invested in what they thought was was a day-trading program. In fact, the investors received proceeds taken from money contributed by newer investors.

Specifically, the Department s action alleges Chouinard convinced one investor to obtain a $100,000 loan and invest with him because he could guarantee a high return in 30 days. Instead of investing the $100,000 in the day-trading program, Chouinard used $50,000 to pay off a previous investor, deposited $25,000 into his personal joint-checking account, and gave the other $25,000 to his attorney.

The Department also alleges that Chouinard traded in the investors accounts without authorization and forged their signatures to authorize certain trades, as well as that he failed to provide the investors with statements or tax documents for their day-trading investments. Chouinard routinely informed the investors about the values of their investments orally or via email. The investors allege Chouinard also misrepresented the values of their investments, in one case by as much as 10,000%. The excessive trades also resulted in thousands of dollars in commissions for Chouinard.

Montanans who feel they have been treated unfairly by an investment broker or company or who believe they have been the victims of fraud should call the Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance at 1-800-332-6148 or in Helena at 444-2040.

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DMB Interlock – Safety Services, Inc #interlock #montana, #ignition #interlock, #ignition #interlock


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DMB Interlock Safety Services, Inc has teamed up with Draeger Safety to provide our customers with the very best in Ignition Interlock products. We pride ourselves in being the very best at what we do and strictly adhere to our business ethics.

Our Customers and Employees are the very backbone to the success of DMB Interlock Safety Services. The owners will strive to ensure that each customer is treated with the utmost care and service, providing them the service they deserve. Our employees and Contract vendors will be compensated competitively, providing a work environment in which they can be proud to be a part of.

Our success will be ensured by providing our customers a personalized service during every transaction, with fanatical attention to detail in everything we do. The competitive strength of the company is outlined in our every day operating principals of Safety, Accuracy, Timeliness and personalized friendly service.

Please feel free to contact us and let us know how we are doing. We thank you for your business and look forward to serving you in the future.

NOW PROVIDING EVEN MORE OPTIONS!

DMB Interlock Safety Services is proud to announce our new partnership with SafeKey, Inc. to provide the States of Montana and North Dakota with the latest in GPS vehicle tracking devices and Voluntary Interlock devices.

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  • Top 10 Hotels in Great Falls, Montana #hotels #accommodation

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    Hotels in Great Falls, Montana

    Good 3.6 / 5 ( 145 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    29 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “Needed a hotel for one night to attend a family wedding and this hotel did not disappoint. Check in was quick and easy. Room was clean and very comfortable. Hotel located in a safe area. I wish they had had a hot Breckfast but otherwise I will definitely stay again if I need a room.”

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Good 3.9 / 5 ( 125 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    27 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

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    “My main complaint is that we requested a no-smoking room and our first floor room reeked of either smoke or mold. The desk clerk said that guests often smoke outside the rooms on the first floor, causing the room air conditioners to pick up the external smoke and suck it into the rooms. Not good!”

    Excellent 4.5 / 5 ( 475 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    21 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

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    “Staff was friendly and helpful. Room was spacious and clean. Bed was comfortable.”

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Excellent 4.1 / 5 ( 234 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    20 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “My kids and I stayed one night at this hotel and really liked it. The kids had fun in the pool. And then the beds were nice and comfortable. We had to get up for a really early flight so we weren t there for long. “

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Fair 2.9 / 5 ( 195 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    19 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

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    “Great location, great staff ready to please you. Rooms and breakfast area are very clean. The rooms are clean and well decorated. Very short drive to the airport. We like to stay at Super 8 s when we travel. Plenty of parking.”

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Excellent 4.0 / 5 ( 219 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    17 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

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    “Very clean and reasonably priced. Air conditioner did not cool extremely well but it was tolerable. “

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Good 3.7 / 5 ( 215 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    14 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

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    “excellent rooms, access to meals, parking was excellent, easy to find. Friendly staff.”

    Excellent 4.3 / 5 ( 220 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    13 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

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    “Great and helpful staff; clean rooms and facility; nice pool and workout room; close to everything in Great Falls; nice experience – would recommend “

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Excellent 4.4 / 5 ( 137 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    13 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “Hotel was a good value and very close to the airport. They were also happy to oblige my request for a top floor room. I would stay here again. “

    Good 3.8 / 5 ( 223 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    11 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “Passing through on a longer road trip and looked for an affordable place to stay. Found this one last room at a great price!”

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US





    Hotels for Sale, Motels for Sale, Resorts for Sale in Oregon, Washington,

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    is an award-winning hospitality brokerage specializing in the sale of hotels, motels, and resorts. As a result of our experience, strong business relationships, and collected information relevant to both buyers and sellers, Western Hotel Brokers, Inc. is uniquely qualified to provide the following services:

    • Hotel Acquisitions and Dispositions
    • Analysis and Advisory
    • Property Valuation and Inspection
    • Land Sales Hotel Development

    We obtain results for our clients through.

    • Tracking ownership positions extensive 20,000 property and person data base
    • Accumulating sophisticated information regarding hotels
    • Providing caring service with utmost integrity
    • Our ability to negotiate and guide a property through the closing process

    Interested in Buying a Hotel?

    Western Hotel Brokers, Inc.
    5994 NW Rosewood Drive
    Corvallis, OR 97330
    Tel: 541-745-7707
    Fax: 541-745-7743





    Downtown Billings Hotels – Billings, Montana MT #millenium #hotel

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    Hotel Guides

    7 reasons to book with us

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    4. No Advance payment for most reservations
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    Hotel Tips

    • Beware non-refundable hotel reservations that could cost you a lot of money if you change or cancel them.
    • Read cancellation policies carefully before you make a reservation.
    • When you make a reservation, you will receive a confirmation email. Print it and take it with you to the hotel.
    • The earlier in the day you check into a hotel, the more likely you will get a room or suite that matches your preferences.

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    Downtown Billings Hotels, Motels, Lodging, and Accommodations Billings, Montana MT Mont, USA

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    Downtown Helena Hotels – Helena, Montana MT #w #hotel

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    Hotel Guides

    7 reasons to book with us

    1. Lowest rate guarantee
    2. No booking fees
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    4. No Advance payment for most reservations
    5. Satisfaction guarantee
    6. Prompt & personal US customer service
    7. Cash rewards

    Learn More

    Hotel Tips

    • Beware non-refundable hotel reservations that could cost you a lot of money if you change or cancel them.
    • Read cancellation policies carefully before you make a reservation.
    • When you make a reservation, you will receive a confirmation email. Print it and take it with you to the hotel.
    • The earlier in the day you check into a hotel, the more likely you will get a room or suite that matches your preferences.

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    Downtown Helena Hotels, Motels, Lodging, and Accommodations Helena, Montana MT Mont, USA

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    Downtown Billings Hotels – Billings, Montana MT #what #is #terminal #illness

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    Hotel Guides

    7 reasons to book with us

    1. Lowest rate guarantee
    2. No booking fees
    3. We show all discounts
    4. No Advance payment for most reservations
    5. Satisfaction guarantee
    6. Prompt & personal US customer service
    7. Cash rewards

    Learn More

    Hotel Tips

    • Beware non-refundable hotel reservations that could cost you a lot of money if you change or cancel them.
    • Read cancellation policies carefully before you make a reservation.
    • When you make a reservation, you will receive a confirmation email. Print it and take it with you to the hotel.
    • The earlier in the day you check into a hotel, the more likely you will get a room or suite that matches your preferences.

    Hotels in Nearby Cities

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    Downtown Billings Hotels, Motels, Lodging, and Accommodations Billings, Montana MT Mont, USA

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    Top 10 Hotels in Helena, Montana #compare #hotel #price

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    Hotels in Helena, Montana

    Excellent 4.5 / 5 ( 126 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    188 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “I have stayed here several times and always enjoyed my stay. The breakfast is good, the staff friendly and helpful. We utilized the swimming pool with grandkids in tow and enjoyed it. The location is close to good restaurants, shopping and the airport. It is surprisingly quiet, with one exce. “

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Excellent 4.5 / 5 ( 78 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    183 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

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    “The hotel is very nice and in a new section of town with several restaurants, shops and a movie theater. Comfortable room and a very nice breakfast in the morning. Really good cookies at check-in!”

    Excellent 4.3 / 5 ( 185 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    115 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “They allowed us to have a late check out which help us out! Friendly and clean! Pool was cold but didn t seem to affect my kids! Will definitely stay again!”

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Excellent 4.5 / 5 ( 74 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    110 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “This was an excellent overnight stay enroute between Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks, during a month-long tour of the USA. Friendly staff, very clean, comfortable beds and pillows. Good towels. Top class pool and gym. Shame no fridge.”

    A Traveller. Jul 2016. GB

    Excellent 4.2 / 5 ( 83 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    104 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “Great room; great location to downtown Helena; within walking distance to Cathedral and located on the walking mall; was tricky to locate due to lack of signage on hotel but was a pleasant stay”

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Good 3.8 / 5 ( 174 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    20 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “Were there for 3 days and was satisfied with service and staff. Very friendly”

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Good 3.4 / 5 ( 305 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    15 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “The check in was quick, efficient, and pleasant. I was offered a room next to the elevator and the entrance was close to my car. I cannot walk a long distance and this meant a lot to me.”

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Good 3.0 / 5 ( 359 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    15 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “I have stayed in a lot of inexpensive hotels this summer. This was the nicest one. There was no carpet to get moldy or absorb unpleasant odors, the bedding was what could be easily washed regularly, there were an adequate number of towels. The WiFi worked extremely well. There was no attempt at l. “

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

    Good 3.9 / 5 ( 213 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    15 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “very comfortable hotel friendly staff the location was ideal for access to shopping and highways.”

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. CA

    Good 3.9 / 5 ( 213 genuine reviews ) Hotels.com™ Rewards For every 10 nights, get 1 free*!

    15 people looked at this hotel in the last hour

    Most recent review

    “Staff is great and very helpful. One of them recommended for us to do the Last Chance Tour in Helena. We did it and it was great! We got to know more about the town and its rich history. “

    A Traveller. Aug 2016. US

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    Best hotels in Helena

    With 21 hotels in Helena, there are several way you can use Hotels.com to find the perfect room.

    If you are looking for Helena hotels in a particular area, you can use the search feature at the top of the page to search by neighborhood, landmark, address or zip code, or you can search by using the built-in map feature. You can also browse hotels in Helena by type, amenities, and star-rating so that you can find the best hotel. Currently, top rated hotels in Helena are:

    1. Residence Inn by Marriott Helena
    2. The Carolina Bed & Breakfast
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