Etha Armory
Hotel

Project
Highlights

The Armory Hotel Project consists of the adaptive re-use of the Armory Building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was originally designed by famed Bozeman Architect Fred Fielding Willson. It is located at 24 West Mendenhall, Bozeman and constructed in 1941 to house the Bozeman National Guard.

The Armory Building was repurposed into a nine story, 104,549 square foot boutique hotel with 122 rooms, featuring a rooftop pool, restaurant, bar, and outdoor patio along with two more restaurant and bar spaces. Additionally, there is a Music Hall with a state of the art sound and lighting system to accommodate up to 600 people for music and other event venues.
Project Facts
Rooms: 122
Stories: 9
Square Feet: 104,549
Sustainable
Features
Adaptive Re-Use
Rooftop Pool
Music Hall for up to 600 people
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