In continuous operation since it opened in 1924, Finlen, with its lobby of ornate chandeliers and pillars, stands in testament to Butte's heyday, when the hotel played host to the likes of Charles Lindbergh and Mrs. Herbert Hoover. Once boasting more than 200 rooms under the mansard roof of this nine-story, French Second Empire structure, most of those are now apartments, with only 20 hotel rooms remaining—plus another 32 in the adjacent Finlen Motor Inn. The rooms are
unremarkable, but some provide excellent views of Uptown Butte.
100 E. Broadway, Butte, Montana, 59701, United States