At The Murray Hotel all the pieces are in place for a great getaway: a century-long reputation, close proximity to world-class recreation, and unsurpassed charm.


The Murray Hotel is an authentic Western hotel with modern amenities in the beautiful destination of Livingston, Montana. The Murray Hotel occupies 4 floors with 30 rooms or suites that are tastefully furnished with attention to modern comfort and the hotel’s historic legacy. The entire hotel is a non-smoking facility with a rooftop patio that is available for smoking, or just enjoying the mountain views.

“What is it about the Murray that draws outlaws like Mr. Palance and Mr. Peckinpah?  Its ambiance, certainly –antique furniture, red oak doors with hand-painted numerals, a lobby with 700 square feet of marble– and its convenience. At 2nd and West Park Streets, it’s within spitting distance of Livingston’s simplest delights. . .”
The New York Times

Call (406) 222-1350 for reservations and best pricing on our rooms/suites. Hear about how we can make your stay extraordinary here at the Historic Murray Hotel.

Last minute reservations are welcome as vacancy allows.

Our Place in History

Since its grand opening in 1904, the Murray Hotel’s guest registry has been more like a who’s who of history and Hollywood. Celebrities such as Buffalo Bill and Calamity Jane have graced the threshold of what was once “the” elegant railroad hotel. The Murray was also home to Walter Hill, son of railroad tycoon, James J. Hill. More recently, colorful personalities like motion-picture director, Sam Peckinpah, rented what had been the largest suite in the place, built originally for an heir to the Burlington railroad fortune. To this day, Livingston attracts a steady stream of writers, musicians, and movie stars. Read more


Livingston is within walking distance of world class fly fishing, and the experts at the internationally known Dan Bailey’s Fly Shop are adjacent to the hotel. The area is ideal for hiking, horseback riding, rafting, canoeing, kayaking, climbing, biking, hunting, golf, and more. Enjoyable in any season, Yellowstone Park is less than an hour away.

There is plenty to do indoors, too. The town has received national attention for its cultural attractions including art galleries, museums, theater, and fine restaurants.

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At The Murray

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