Southern Montana to welcome new AC Hotels property in late 2022

by | 04 Feb 2022 | Hotel Projects, Projects

Developed by HomeBase Partners and managed by Aimbridge Hospitality, AC Hotel Bozeman Downtown will provide convenient access to world-class skiing and Yellowstone National Park.

This contemporary hotel is likely to prove extremely popular with outdoor enthusiasts.

A scenic setting

Opening in winter 2022, AC Hotel Bozeman Downtown will be a six-floor property – developed by HomeBase Partners and managed by Aimbridge Hospitality – in Bozeman in southern Montana. As well as commanding views over the Bridger Mountains, it’ll enable guests to explore the expansive Big Sky Resort ski destination and iconic Yellowstone National Park.

Andy Holloran, founder of HomeBase Partners, said: “We are very pleased to continue adding to the vibrant downtown Bozeman community. Our passion for creating sustainable, timeless, thoughtfully designed properties to further enhance thriving communities are why we have found Bozeman to be a perfect fit for us with the AC Hotel.”

Signature AC Hotels hospitality

The 143 guestrooms here are being designed in such a way as to create maximum space and minimise clutter.

A healthy European-inspired breakfast will be served each morning in AC Kitchen and tapas will be offered each evening in AC Lounge. Guests will also be able to enjoy handcrafted cocktails and Neapolitan pizza in the year-round rooftop space, AC Lookout, complete with heated wraparound deck and views of downtown Bozeman and the Gallatin Mountains.

The hotel will cater for both business and leisure travellers, with planned amenities including a 24-hour AC Store, a business centre, valet parking and the AC Fitness Centre. There’ll also be complimentary wifi, onsite storage and a pet-friendly policy.

Last but not least, functions will be hosted in 2,419 sq ft of space spread across two event rooms and a boardroom.

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AC Hotels was born from the vision of Spanish hotelier Antonio Catalan - who wanted to create a new kind of stay for a new kind of traveller that prefers to have fewer things, but expects them to be better than good.

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