Guests of Havre will enjoy this prime location. Strategically located west of Havre, the view from the Best Western Plus Havre Inn & Suites offers you a true Northern Montana experience. Guests can view the famous open plains of Montana while overlooking the Badlands, Milk River, City of Havre and a glimpse of the Bear Paw Mountains located to the south. The famous Buffalo Jump is located almost in our backyard. Our hotel will give you a glimpse of Havre's prehistoric history provided by no other. The Havre Inn & Suites is also conveniently located at the Boothill Plaza.
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With a banquet room and meeting space we can accommodate groups of many sizes, and a maximum of 200. Our experienced sales staff will help you every step of the way to make your special event will be a success. The hotel staff is committed to providing the absolute best in service. Kids will enjoy our waterslide and inviting pool area.
There is plenty to do near our Havre hotel, such as exploring Buffalo Jump, the underground museum (Havre Beneath the Streets), the Railroad Museum, the Clack Museum, Dinosaur Trail and Fort Assinniboine. Just a short drive away, guests can visit Beaver Creek Park, the Fresno Reservoir for fishing and boating and Bear Paw Battlefield. The Nez Perce National Historic Park is a popular destination for nature lovers, the Montana Actors Theater always draws a crowd during performance season, and the Depot Museum is just 40 miles away. Whether a day at the Chinook Wildlife Museum or if taking on Bear Paw Ski Bowl sounds better, guests at our Havre hotel can try it all. There are two golf courses where you can work on your swing, while the Lohman Motor Sports Complex provides an adrenaline-fueled day.
We are also a favorite for business travelers, including employees of the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation, Montana State University (MSU) Northern, BNSF Railroad and Northern Montana Hospital, and many government agents. Enjoy your stay.
Foreign currency exchange. Canadian currency is available for exchange at the USA going bank exchange rate.
Guest laundry, fee of $2.00, 24 hours
Express check out
Cable or satellite television, Cable
Free wireless internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless internet access; Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless internet access
Business center, 24 hours, free, staffed
Photocopy, nominal fee
Meeting facilities. We have two board rooms which will hold up to 15 people in each room.
Banquet facilities. We have a room which will hold up to 220 people.
Hearing impaired services, TDD phone
Physically challenged facilities, Pool Lift
Elevator, wheelchair accessible
Parking for the physically challenged, 24 hours, free
Free parking, 24 hours
Outdoor parking, 24 hours, free
Truck/RV parking, 24 hours, free. Very limited.
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
5 mile(s) from MSU Northern, Division of Montana State University, Home of the Lights and Skylights, Best Diesel Mech in Nation
10 block(s) from Amtrak
6 mile(s) from Northern Montana Hospital
5 block(s) from BNSF
1 mile(s) from Fish Wildlife and Parks
2 mile(s) from Bull Hook Clinic
1 mile(s) from Scotty's Ice Cream, Home of the famous Montana Made Wilcoxson's Ice-cream and many other Montana made items
3 mile(s) from Hi Line Lanes, Bowling Alley
1.5 mile(s) from Artitudes Gallery, Local Artists Display
1.5 mile(s) from Old Library Gallery, Art displays of the famous artists Don Greytak
6 mile(s) from Fort Assinniboin, This fort was once the largest military post in 1879 following Custer's defeat at Little Bighorn and the Capture of the Nez Perce under Chief Joseph at the Bear Paw Battlefield. Fort Assinniboin was the most important military post the Northwest because of its strategic location. Today this fort has the most original building still standing out of any other fort found along the Old Forts Trail. While touring this fort you are able to whiteness the vast and majestic Montana view this Fort once held. Learn the huge importance Fort Assinniboin had played in our countries history.
2 block(s) from Wahkpa Chu'gn, Wahkpa Chu'gn is a prehistoric Indian buffalo jump and campsite used frequently from 600 to 2000 years ago. It is one of the largest known buffalo jumps in all of North America. This one of a kind buffalo jump is more a Archaeological site as it has bee excavated in a unique way which left artifacts exposed in the exact way in which they were left. You are able to see bone deposits up to 20 feet below the earths surface. This site was not only a kill site it was also a camp site and a roasting pit that is nearly 2000 years old is visible in its original state. This hands on site is a one of a kind experience.
2 block(s) from H. Earl Clack Museum, This fantastic museum portrays an accurate picture of the Hi-Line life. From prehistoric resident to the rich and colorful history of the Plains cultures. This wonderful museum is also a member of the Montana Dinosaur Trail and features fossils of dinosaurs all found in our area. This museum displays the living from the prehistoric times, to Fort Assinniboin, to the early settlers. Learn about the Buffalo Soldiers, Great Northern Stampede and characters like Chief Joseph and Long George Frances. Learning fun for all ages.
1 mile(s) from Havre Beneath the Streets, Take a step back in time, as much as 100 years ago. This one of a kind experience will take you through an adventure that began before a town was even here. These tunnels began when the rail road was brought to northern part of Montana and continue today with the stories of our past. These tunnels today take you back to when a fire had taken out the local businesses and they conducted beneath the streets. Visit the Sporting Eagle Saloon as you will experience the this bar in an original state. Its back bar and poker tables were left behind to tell their own stories. The bakery still has the original window to pass along its tasty creations and travel along this city block long line of stores all the way to the Opium dens and barbershops. Listen to what these wall have to tell you as a guided tour will fill in the rest.
45 mile(s) from Bear Paw Battlefield, Bear Paw Battlefield Nez Perce National Historical Park is located approximately 15 miles south of Chinook. This is the battlefield which commemorates the final conflict of the Nez Perece War of 1877. Following the breakout of war in Idaho, 800 Nez Perece spent a long and arduous summer fleeing the U.S. Army troops, first heading toward their Crow allies and then toward a refuge in Canada. Falling Forty miles short of the Canadian border and following a five day battle and siege, the Nez Perece ceased fighting on October 5th, 1877. This marking the grounds in which Chief Joseph gave his immortal speech: "From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever."
This is truly a majestic must see spot.
30 mile(s) from Blain County Wildlife Mus, This wildlife museum is amazing! You will learn of the wildlife and terrain in the northern plains. This very majestic and detailed museum will take you through the plains, to a life size buffalo jump to the wetlands depicted in our very own Bear Paw Mountains.
29 mile(s) from Bear Paw Ski Bowl, Bear Paw Ski Bowl is located 29 miles south of Havre, take 5th Avenue South. Where the highway ends the slopes begin.
Bear Paw Ski Bowl, the "Last Best Ski Hill," offers an inexpensive, old-fashioned, friendly ski hill experience. completely managed and operated by an all-volunteer group of local skiers. Skiers and riders at Bear Paw will find a nostalgic and rustic trip back to a time when skiing was the emphasis and accommodations were provided by good neighbors with a smile.
"Raccoon the eyes, rack the boards, rack up some runs, rack up some fun and ski knee deep cheap at the steep and deep Bear Paw Ski Bowl."
Adjacent to Murphy's Pub, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, Murphy's has the best pub food within 100 miles. Largest selection of micro-brewed beer, full spirit bar, large TV's for viewing the game. Enjoy outdoor dining on the patio. Features the Dawg Pound Casino.
2 mile(s) from Duck Inn/Med Bistro, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, All American Cuisine, Steaks, pasta, chicken, seafood, sandwiches, soups, salads and a full spirit bar & casino
2 mile(s) from Montana State University Northern, a division of Montana State, Northern has leading programs not only in the state but in the nation. This four year school is known for its one on one basis with student teacher relationship. Northern also is home to the Northern Lights and Skylights athletic department.
24 mile(s) from Chinook
35 mile(s) from Bis Sandy
112 mile(s) from Great Falls
211 mile(s) from East Glacier
130 mile(s) from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Cananda
29 mile(s) from Bear Paw Ski Hill
15 mile(s) from Fresno Reservoir, boating, fishing
15 mile(s) from Beaver Creek Park, hiking, fishing
10 mile(s) from Lohman Motor Sports, ATV, sand drags, mud run
.25 mile(s) from Holiday Village Mall. Stores to include: Linton's Big R®, Herberger's, Maurices, Dollar Tree®, Famous Footwear®, Athlete's Foot, The KEY, rue 21®, Claire's®, RadioShack®, Sears®, GNC®, Havre Health Food, Computer Center
1.5 mile(s) from Havre downtown shopping. Havre's established downtown core provides a quaint setting for many locally owned specialty stores. Located on and around the area of 1st Street - 4th Street and between 1st - 5th Avenues.
1.5 mile(s) from Walmart®
.75 mile(s) from Ben Franklin, arts & craft supplies, picture framing and fabric store.
1 mile(s) from The Atrium. The Atrium once the home of the famous FA Buttery Department Store is now the collective location for several unique business from a candy store to a bakery and much in between.
1 mile(s) from Kmart®
120 mile(s) from Great Falls International Airport
6 mile(s) from Havre City/County Airport
.5 mile(s) from HiLine Transit System
.75 mile(s) from Havre Depot, Amtrak
Free shuttle service, 24 hours, provided to and from Havre City/County Airport (HVR)and train station