Minneapolis: Radisson®, one of the best-recognized hotel brands, today announced the opening of the Radisson Hotel Billings. The hotel, located at 5500 Midland Road in Billings, Mont., offers 312 spacious guestrooms and 50,000 square feet of flexible meeting and conference space.
“We’re excited to continue our North American expansion with the addition of the Radisson Hotel Billings, located in the largest city of Montana,” said Javier Rosenberg, chief operating officer, Americas, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. “As one of the most refreshed hotel brands in North America, Radisson is focused on adding hotels in major cities, airport gateways and leisure destinations.”
Guests will enjoy on-site amenities that include a casino and family style dining at Yellowstone Valley Steakhouse, featuring both cooked-to-order and buffet breakfast, as well as local favorites, such as Montana Steaks, on the dinner menu. Additional amenities include an indoor pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a business center and complimentary high-speed Internet.
“Situated near the region’s most popular destinations, including Yellowstone National Park, Radisson Hotel Billings is a great home base for those exploring some of the great attractions Montana has to offer,” said Stephen Nalley, the hotel’s managing partner.
Located off I-90, the hotel offers convenient access to the area’s natural wonders and historic sites, including Yellowstone National Park, Moss Mansion Museum, ZooMontana and the Western Heritage Center.
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