The national publication with local roots has recognized The LARK as “one of Bozeman’s trendiest places to stay, an asset to the economy and spirit of downtown, a model of imaginative city center revitalization.”
The article, written by Seonaid B. Campbell, and photographed by Lynn Donaldson, focuses on the unique style, architecture, and guest-centered attributes that make The LARK such a special addition to downtown Bozeman. Local artists and ceramicists add special touches to the unique design that incorporates local maps, exposed wooden beams, subway tiles, and a glass garage door in the lobby that can open on nice days.
The “city center revitalization” mentioned by Campbell, refers to the stylish overhaul of the former motor lodge that stood decrepit and vacant for years. Caldwell and Nelson capitalized on an opportunity for a boutique hotel in downtown Bozeman, while maintaining the historical style of the old motel, revitalizing a sore spot in the middle of Main Street.
The LARK anticipates a busy season as tourism ramps up in Yellowstone, Big Sky, and Bozeman. And now thanks to the wonderful feature in Big Sky Journal, with a circulation of nearly 20,000 readers, visitors are sure to flock to Bozeman’s “basecamp for adventure.” Make reservations early, or simply swing by to say hello and check out the space!
Thank you Big Sky Journal!
To begin your Montana adventure, make a reservation at The LARK by calling 866.464.1000.