Montana's Helena Hotel joins Delta Hotels by Marriott

Delta Hotels by Marriott Helena Colonial. Photo credit: Marriott International

The Hotel Group, a national hotel management and investment company, converted the former Helena Hotel into the Delta Hotels by Marriott Helena Colonial, located in historic Helena, Mont. This is Delta’s first branded hotel in Montana.  

“This hotel has been a bedrock of the Helena community for decades.  We are honored to partner with Delta Hotels by Marriott and The Hotel Group to continue to offer guests the impeccable service and quality that has become synonymous with this hotel,” David Veeder, owner of the Delta Hotels by Marriott Helena Colonial, said in a statement.

The hotel is located a short drive from Canyon Ferry Lake, Hauser Lake, Gates of the Mountains and the Great Divide Ski Area.


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“The Hotel Group is elated to be opening our second full service hotel in the great state of Montana. The Delta brand allows us to offer our guests incredible benefits such as the Marriott Rewards Program while still maintaining the character and uniqueness of the hotel.  The Hotel Group’s mission to serve, inspire, and deliver hospitality greatness will be the foundation of Delta Hotels by Marriott Helena Colonial,”  Doug Dreher, president and CEO of The Hotel Group, said in a statement.

The 150-room hotel has more than 18,000 square feet of meeting space and 11 meeting rooms. Guests will have access to complimentary parking, free wireless internet, free bottled water and a fitness facility including an indoor heated pool. Guestrooms come with work stations, multiple located power outlets, upgraded lighting and upgraded bedding. The property's Coffee Corner will be brewing Starbucks Coffee in addition to offering grab-and-go items.

“The amenities and features of The Delta brand will fit seamlessly with the wants and needs of the Helena traveler. The team and I look forward to introducing the community to this innovative brand,” Adrian Ambro, GM of the hotel, said in a statement.

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