The White Buffalo Hotel
Located only 2 blocks from the city center, and 4 blocks from the gate to Yellowstone National Park, The White Buffalo is a family-owned hotel that will give you a great experience in Montana. Our hotel offers a variety of rooms, from single king beds to family rooms with kitchenettes. Every room has free Wi-Fi access and flat screen TV's.
Enjoy a full hot breakfast buffet every morning, explore our lending library or relax with a picnic outdoors on our patio or courtyard. A snack room is available for all guests just near the front desk, as well as a quiet and comfortable business center.
If it is exploring you love, you can get tour information and maps at our front desk!
The Classic Western
Since our family purchased thee property a few short years ago, we have worked hard to upgrade the property, and we will continue to do so. We strive to maintain the comfort of home with the classic Western ambiance of the area.
We are not interested in being a sterile, cold or "modern" hotel. We think that you'll enjoy our antler chandelier, the antique lamp chimneys on the lights in the dinning room and the antique movie posters in our hallways from movies from 40, 50 and 60 years ago, all of which have to do with Yellowstone National Park. The abundance of natural woods, furniture and western decor all take you back to a simpler time. Still, our guests seem to like the upgraded linens, artwork, granite counter tops, tile bathroom floors, new carpet, drapes and TVs.
We're not completely done with the work yet and plan to consistently improve our guest experience.
"Our purpose and passion is to create a positive guest experience"
The white buffalo hotel, a boy's dream
Some words from the hotel owner
When I was a boy in the late 1950s and 60s, my Father and Grandfather would take my brothers and I fishing in the Yellowstone area. And when we could, our family would visit the park. I loved the smell of the evergreen pines, the sound of the gentle babble of the rivers and streams as the ice cold water tumbled over rocks made slick by thousands of years of water rushing on. The wonderful frequent sights of wildlife in their natural habitat and the amazingly varied hydro-thermal features was nothing short of magical. Decades later, the sweet smell of pine is still my favorite aroma. My dad said that this was "God's Country". I believed him then and I still do today.