Department of Labor and Industry

Past Lodging Rates

Past Lodging Rates

 

In-State Lodging for October 1, 2010 through January 31, 2014

The standard federal lodging rate is $77 per night.

The table below shows the rates for the State of Montana high cost areas listed on the federal GSA website. The lodging rate listed in the table applies to the county even if a particular city in that county is not listed. If a county is not listed, the federal standard rate of $70 should be used for that entire county.

Montana High Cost Areas By Counties Maximum Lodging Cities within listed counties
Include, but are not limited to:
Gallatin (Oct 1 – June 30) $89
(July 1 - Aug 31) $105
(Sept 1 – Sept 30) $80
Bozeman
Belgrade
Big Sky
West Yellowstone
Silver Bow $86 Butte
Lewis & Clark $81 Helena
Missoula/Lake/Flathead (Oct 1 – June 30) $87
(July 1 – Aug 31) $145
(Sept 1 – Sept 30) $87
Missoula
Seeley Lake
Polson
Kalispell
Whitefish

Out-of-state lodging. The $77 per night rate, also applies to out-of-state lodging unless the city is in a high cost area. The out-of-state high cost areas are available on the federal GSA website. If the city is not listed on this table but the county is, the lodging rate listed applies to the entire county. If neither the city nor the county in which the city is located are listed, then the federal standard rate of $77 should be used for that area.

In-State Lodging for October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010

The standard federal lodging rate is $70 per night.

The table below shows the rates for the State of Montana high cost areas listed on the federal GSA website. The lodging rate listed in the table applies to the county even if a particular city in that county is not listed. If a county is not listed, the federal standard rate of $70 should be used for that entire county.

Montana High Cost Areas By Counties Maximum Lodging Cities within listed counties
Include, but are not limited to:
Gallatin (Oct 1 – Apr 30) $77
(May 1 - Sept 30) $102
Bozeman
Belgrade
Big Sky
West Yellowstone
Silver Bow $84 Butte
Lewis & Clark $81 Helena
Missoula/Lake/Flathead (Oct 1 – June 30) $91
(July 1 – Aug 31) $121
(Sept 1 – Sept 30) $91
Missoula
Seeley Lake
Polson
Kalispell
Whitefish

Out-of-state lodging. The $70 per night rate, also applies to out-of-state lodging unless the city is in a high cost area. The out-of-state high cost areas are available on the federal GSA website. If the city is not listed on this table but the county is, the lodging rate listed applies to the entire county. If neither the city nor the county in which the city is located are listed, then the federal standard rate of $70 should be used for that area.

In-State Lodging for October 1, 2008 through September 30, 2009

The standard federal lodging rate is $70 per night.

The table below shows the rates for the State of Montana high cost areas listed on the federal GSA website. The lodging rate listed in the table applies to the county even if a particular city in that county is not listed. If a county is not listed, the federal standard rate of $70 should be used for that entire county.

Montana High Cost Areas By Counties Maximum Lodging Cities within listed counties
Include, but are not limited to:
Gallatin (Oct 1 – June 30) $82
(July 1 - Aug 31) $107
(Sept 1 - Sept 30) $82
Bozeman
Belgrade
Big Sky
West Yellowstone
Silver Bow $80 Butte
Lewis & Clark $77 Helena
Missoula/Lake/Flathead (Oct 1 – June 30) $84
(July 1 – Aug 31) $106
(Sept 1 – Sept 30) $84
Missoula
Seeley Lake
Polson
Kalispell
Whitefish

Out-of-state lodging. The $70 per night rate also applies to out-of-state lodging unless the city is in a high cost area. The out-of-state high cost areas are available on the federal GSA website. If the city is not listed on this table but the county is, the lodging rate listed applies to the entire county. If neither the city nor the county in which the city is located are listed, then the federal standard rate of $70 should be used for that area.

Contact Information

Maralyn Lytle
mlytle@mt.gov
(406) 444-6604