AC Hotel® Bozeman Downtown Announces Leadership Team

The New Property in the Heart of Downtown Bozeman Will Be Led by a Team of Industry Veterans Attuned to the AC Brand and Bozeman Market

USA, Bozeman, Montana. March 10, 2022

AC Hotel Downtown Bozeman, a six-floor, 143-room hotel with Bozeman's only four-season rooftop, is slated to open its doors in spring 2022 with a pair of experienced executives at the helm.

Operating under the AC Hotels brand flag, part of Marriott Bonvoy's portfolio of 30 extraordinary brands, the property was developed by local Montana real-estate development company, HomeBase Partners who have selected Aimbridge Hospitality to manage the hotel and its amenities.

Aimbridge's Jason Cure will serve as General Manager, building and training a team of professionals and ensuring seamless operations across the property. He has more than 22 years of experience in hotel operations, having served as the General Manager at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Santa Ana - Orange County Airport as well as the AC Hotel Irvine, where he also served as Director of Operations.

Haley Rowland, a Bozeman local, will function as the AC Hotel Downtown Bozeman's Director of Sales. She brings with her 10 years of varied experience across multiple facets of the hospitality business, having served first as Events Coordinator, then Director of Sales and Marketing, and most recently as General Manager of Buck's T4 Lodging & Dining in nearby Big Sky, Montana.

"We are excited to welcome locals and visitors alike to AC Bozeman Downtown," said AC Bozeman Downtown General Manager Jason Cure. "Whether guests are here for business, leisure, or a little bit of both, we hope to provide a home for guests to immerse in Montana's Yellowstone country and in the rich history that is at the heart of Downtown Bozeman."

The hotel, with its easy proximity to Yellowstone National Park and views of the Bridger Mountains, will offer European-inspired breakfast in the AC Kitchen, tapas in the AC Lounge®, and Neapolitan pizzas on the sixth-floor rooftop bar and restaurant. Additional amenities will include meeting and event space for up to 150 guests, a 24-hour AC Store, complimentary WiFi, valet parking, on-site storage, pet-friendly rooms, and fitness center which will be stocked with Peloton bikes, yoga mats, and weightlifting equipment for a full-body workout.

AC Hotel Bozeman Downtown is located at 110 North Tracy Avenue, Bozeman, Montana 59715 and is now taking reservations. For more information, please visit or follow AC Bozeman Downtown on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Jason Cure
Haley Rowland

About AC Hotels

Business Contact:

Kate Warren
Senior Account Executive
MCA Group
T: +1 713-446-1545
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