The Hotel Group completed a multimillion-dollar renovation of its newly branded DoubleTree by Hilton Billings, the first of its kind in Billings, Mont.
The hotel is located in what was at one time was the world’s largest brick-and-mortar building. The 289-room property has undergone a transformation to include a total lobby redesign, fully-updated guestrooms and meeting spaces, new furnishings and all of the DoubleTree by Hilton signature amenities. The renovations consist of a Western contemporary design, such as herringbone and chevron patterns in custom carpets and fabrics complemented by natural rustic furniture and unique artwork. Among the latter are creations inspired by the native bison that once roamed the region.
The property rises 22 stories above Billings, offering views of downtown and the Beartooth Mountains as one of the tallest buildings in the northern Rocky Mountains. It is situated within a quick walk from corporate offices, restaurants, breweries and cultural attractions like Alberta Bair Theater and Moss Mansion. The hotel is three miles from Billings Logan International Airport, and provides complimentary roundtrip shuttle service.
“We are excited to add our fifth DoubleTree and 13th Hilton branded hotel into our portfolio,” said Doug Dreher, the CEO and president of The Hotel Group. “The completed renovation positions the property as the finest in the Billing hospitality market. We have enjoyed a long-term relationship with the Billings community and are looking forward to welcoming guests to a full-service Hilton hotel with all the amenities and comfort they expect and deserve.”
The hotel has 16,000 square feet of meeting space, which can accommodate business conferences, banquets and other events for up to 400 guests. There are three additional ballrooms and 15 meeting rooms of varying sizes available.
DoubleTree by Hilton Billings participates in the Hilton HHonors loyalty program, which is open to all guests and free to join.