In a world filled with hotels that display bad art, it feels refreshing to discover a quirky place like the Lark Hotel in Bozeman, Montana, USA ($120+/night). Originally built in the 1960, the site was remodeled and opened earlier this year as a new hip boutique hotel, offering 38 very unique and playful rooms, all boasting beautiful art works crafted by local artists.
Located right downtown, close to all the cool Main Street shops, bars and restaurants, the Lark looks modern with a vintage flair on the outside, but the inside takes those features above and beyond. Each room has different art and infographic themes on the walls (e.g., a life-sized bull moose, Montana’s highest peaks, and various types of fish caught across the state), inviting guests to explore Bozeman’s splendid nature. Even better, the Lark has an Airstream-type food truck right on site that serves delicious tacos (have them with a few local brews) and the best ice cream in town – all to be enjoyed on the covered patio with wood-burning fireplace, after a day of outdoor adventures.