The Gallatin Gateway Inn

A Short History

The Gallatin Gateway Inn is a Spanish-stucco style railroad hotel at Gallatin Gateway, Montana. The hotel is one of the "Historic Inns of America." The Gallatin Gateway Inn was opened on June 18, 1927. Constructed and operated by The Milwaukee Road (Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad), the luxury hotel was reached by electrified railroad branch line that connected to the Milwaukee's main line at Three Forks, Montana. It offered travelers access to Yellowstone National Park. Park buses took passengers from the hotel to the park.

Hotel & Restaurant Opportunity

The Gallatin Gateway Inn presents an amazing Hotel & Restaurant Hosting opportunity. The surrounding area boasts some of the most popular vacation, recreation, and travel destinations in the world and supports a vibrant tourist industry. Some nearby attractions include Big Sky Resort, Yellowstone National Park, Montana State University, Museum of the Rockies. The Inn is conveniently located 14 miles from Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, and is a convenient place to travel to and from.

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