•    English
  • |
  • |
  • |
  • |
  • 1 888 HOLIDAY
Select to close.
Select to close.
Email or IHG® Rewards Club # PIN
Not a member?Join Today!
Forgot PIN
All fields are required.
If you have forgotten or lost your Personal Identification Number (PIN), we can email your PIN to the email address in your IHG® Rewards Club account profile.
If you do not have an email address in your profile, please contact your local IHG® Rewards Club Customer Care  to source your PIN and to update your profile with your email address. When you receive your PIN you can also update your email address viawww.ihgrewardsclub.com/email.
IHG® Rewards Club # Email Address

Not a member?Join Today!
Create PIN
All fields are required.
IHG® Rewards Club # ZIP/Postal Code
First Name Last Name
Please select a 4 number Personal Identification Number (PIN) which will be used to access your IHG® Rewards Club account.
PIN Verify PIN
Not a member?Join Today!
Create Email
All fields are required.
Thank you. Your PIN has been created. Please enter your email address so you can use it to log into the site in the future.
Email Address Verify Email Address
Email Hotel Get Directions Add to Favorites Print Fact Sheet

Book this Hotel

Best Price Guarantee

Reward Nights
When redeeming points for a Reward
Night, you may only book one room at a time.

Once you complete your Reward Night
reservation you will be given the option
to duplicate this reservation

(e.g. Mar-04-2015)
(e.g. Mar-05-2015)
Have a Group Code?
Have a Corporate ID?
Check Availability
Processing your request...

* Requires affiliation in the respective organization.

** Best Available Rate Search does not include affiliation rates.

Select to close.

To book more than 9 rooms for one stay or request a quote, please use our Easy Meetings tool, call 1-800-MEETING (in United States, Mexico and Canada) or contact a Global Sales Office.

Close Button
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 83 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Another Good One I was just passing through but the room was clean, people were nice and the breakfast was great. February 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jewel on the prairie. We found this location late one stormy night a few years ago. What a SWEET HOTEL in the Montana boondocks, Clean, Comfy beds, friendly hosts, Highly recommended if you are crossing the wild west. February 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy and Great No problems at all--everything was great. Clean rooms, friendly staff, good price and delicious cookies. Can't beat that. February 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Business Stay handy, clean, comfortable. people very courteous and professional. Efficient Check in and out. February 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Staff rooms a little dated The bathroom light switch was on the outside of the bathroom and wasn't lit very well January 27, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Fine place to stay when traveling through Miles City Thoroughly average in all respects, this hotel is a fine choice when your travels take you through Miles City, Montana. Highlight at breakfast is the automatic pancake machine, along with a somewhat better variety of food choices than is typical of the free breakfast available at these types of chains. January 23, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a pleasant experience My wife and I travel extensively. As Platinum Members, we have used 17 Rewards nights this year in 13 different hotels in cities all over the world, including Beijing, China; Sydney, Australia; Venice, Italy; Istanbul, Turkey; and the remainder in the United States. We always enjoy using rewards nights, because IHG hotels are generally warm and welcoming towards loyal IHG customers like us. On our recent trip across the US to spend Christmas in Montana, we stayed at several IHG hotels. At all of them, we enjoyed a warm welcome, were offered a welcome package or an additional 500 points, and frequently were given an upgraded room. There was one exception. The Holiday Inn Express at Miles City, Montana, where we stayed on December 27, 2014, was decidedly unfriendly to Rewards night customers. At least it was to us. We were specifically informed that because we were getting a “free” night, we were not entitled to either a welcome package or additional points. (In actual fact, rewards nights aren’t “free”; we earn them through spending money on the IHG chain). There was no offer of an upgrade (although to be fair we did not ask for one either). The room was adequate, but not of the standard that we generally enjoy in IHG hotels. The hotel appeared to be new, as the area on the second floor that was presumably intended for an ice machine and vending was empty, although the plumbing for same was evident. We were assigned a room on the second floor. A luggage cart was available at the back entrance near our room. We loaded our luggage onto it, and then discovered there was no elevator at this entrance. When we enquired at the front desk, we were told there was no elevator in the hotel; because it was only two stories, no elevator was required. My wife and I are obviously seniors. The hotel was practically empty. Why would the desk clerk assign us to a second floor room when there were no elevators? This was a complete mystery to us. It was notable to us that the desk clerk told us that the hotel wasn’t “required” to provide an elevator, so it didn’t. We felt that the hotel management at this hotel did everything it could to provide the minimum, from the finishing in the bedroom to the incomplete guest service areas and the lack of elevator. It was also evident that management did not appreciate loyal customers who were using rewards nights. Perhaps now is the time to mention that this hotel charged twice the number of rewards points as we usually spend, for the most basic room in the hotel. Talk about over-priced! We have stayed at many IHG hotels – the Intercontinental Resort in Moorea, French Polynesia, for example; the Crown Plaza in Beijing and so on. The most expensive rewards night of all was the one in Miles City, Montana!! On this same trip, we stayed at a beautiful Holiday Inn Express in Portage, Indiana, which cost us half the number of points for a full suite. Go figure. Bottom line: if you are an IHG Rewards member, do not waste your points on this hotel in Miles City. Actually if you are traveling and have to stay in Miles City, we recommend using a different hotel chain altogether. January 19, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Gets the job done No elevator so pack light. Darn thing requires a longer review so I am writing this to add words. Hopefully that was enough. January 13, 2015
2 3 4 next>>