Montana’s Big Sky Resort is a skier’s dream, with 5,800 acres of world-class terrain in a landscape that is rugged, challenging, and undeniably beautiful. While Big Sky has all the amenities that one associates with a great ski resort, including an increasingly bustling village, it has never had an over-the-top luxury hotel property. Sure, the fabled Yellowstone Club lies next door, but it’s a billionaire residential club with owners such as Bill Gates, Eric Schmidt, and Justin Timberlake, not a hotel.
Big Sky’s luxury lodging landscape will radically change later this year when it gets its first big league hotel, Montage Big Sky. Set within the resort’s 3,530-acre Spanish Peaks enclave, the$400 million resort will feature 150 guestrooms and suites and 39 Montage Residences. Resort amenities include a locally inspired restaurant, lobby bar, and lounge, market, outdoor grill, gastropub, and recreation room with a bowling alley, indoor lap pool, family swimming pool, fitness center, signature Spa Montage, ski lockers, and skier services, and 12,870 square feet of meeting and event space. It also includes Paintbox, Montage’s immersive children’s program. The 11,000 square foot Spa Montage will have 10 treatment rooms, two couple’s treatment rooms, a salon, and an indoor lap pool.