Pros: We loved everything about this special place! We would love to stay here again!
Cons: Would suggest increase dinner menu options. Food was very good but pricey. Free breakfast was fantastic!
Pros: River was just 30 ft away outside our back door. There was an actual wood burning fireplace in our room that wasn't mentioned in the ad and they even include the wood
Cons: What that was a little bouncy, might consider upgrading the bed everything else was perfect
Pros: Great room right on the river whole place was great clean and renovated great food and great staff
Cons: Everything was great
Pros: The property borders Gallatin river used for white water rafting and trout fishing.
Cons: Natural air cooling instead of air conditioning.
Cons: No air conditioner but everything else was very nice.
Pros: It was nice overall, with very well-kept property.
Cons: Curtains were dirty and outdated and unkept, which kinda made the rest of the room seem neglected. Also, there was no air conditioning in our room and it was very hot in there when we arrived. Kinda ...
Pros: Fabulous facilities, great staff, perfect location, excellent food. A wonderful experience for all in our group of 5.
Cons: Loved everything about this place!
Pros: Fireplace and wood supply
Pros: The view was amazing. Bed was comfortable. Food was delicious.
Rainbow Ranch Lodge is a great choice for a stay in Big Sky. Guests can indulge in massages or aromatherapy, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. There's an outdoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms get the details right with premium bedding and bathrobes.
Pros: Great hotel, friendly staff, excellent free breakfast. Well worth the extra drive when visiting Yellowstone Park. A great place to escape the crowds.
Pros: They let us park our motorcycles under the carport area in a safe covered area by the front door.
Cons: my wife got bit by something while sleeping and her eye swelled up for 4 days.
Pros: The view was beautiful and serene. Actual room was spacious and having 3 queen beds was helpful.
Cons: The staff was friendly however the kitchen staff did not speak English well and the breakfast was cold. When we first arrived we waited 15 minutes until a front desk person helped us as they were away...
Pros: Hotel staff were wonderful and made great recommendation for places to eat.
Pros: Exceptional view! Room was large and very clean. Very helpful staff.
Cons: No white noise options - i.e., HVAC fan or bathroom fan. Not a big deal, Hotel was very quiet.
Pros: The facility was beautiful and staff extremely friendly and helpful.
Cons: I had booked the Master Suite but was given a lesser room instead. Apparently, booking.com did not sync with their booking application.
Pros: Spacious room with excellent view of the snowy mountain
Cons: Breakfast can be upgraded
Pros: Cost to be staying at base of mountain. Excellent Wifi availability and speed.
Cons: No happy hour or socializing (told that since it was end of season there were too few guests for bartender or happy hour). Breakfast was marginal. HVAC in room really didn't work. Window was ...
Pros: The shuttle service to and from the ski chairlift helps us a lot. It will be better if one more ride from the chairlift to the hotel can be arranged around 5:00 p.m;
Pros: Good location. Right price for more spartan accomodations for someone who values skiing over luxurious accomodations
Cons: The breakfast was all prepackaged or prepared. A do-it-yourself breakfast.
Pros: Location to lifts
Cons: Cleanliness was average, hair on pillow cases when we first got there and small stains on sheets.
Pros: Front desk staff was extremely friendly and helpful. They took the time to go find a snow shovel so I could dig out my car and not get feet wet
Cons: Breakfast was weak
Located in the heart of Big Sky, Montana, Mountain Village, The Lodge at Big Sky includes free continental breakfast served each morning, a heated indoor swimming pool, four Jacuzzis - one of them indoors, exercise room, large guest suites with 11-foot ceilings, hi-speed Internet access, microwave and minifridge in every room, and two spacious conference rooms. Furnishings are Mission-style to reflect the rustic, old Montana look and are embellished with paintings, sculptures, and photographs from local artists. Featuring a 1,500 square-foot, two-story high Great Room where guest can enjoy a breakfast of pastries, fruit, cereal, and juices, or a relaxing aprs ski conversation with wine, cocktails, or coffee from the full-service lounge. Leather couches and easy chairs surround the natural stone fireplace, and the walls and ceilings have a rich, chestnut-stained alder wood paneling.Guests can walk to restaurants and shops at Mountain Village, or catch free shuttle buses to the ski lifts.
Pros: Roomy, comfortable, nice facility in a gorgeous area.
Cons: Staff could have been more friendly. For the $$ we spent I was expecting a more robust type of breakfast. Also, we spent over $1500 at this facility, yet when asked about having one of their logo ...
Pros: Staff was extremely friendly. Outdoor jacuzzi was very relaxing.
Cons: Breakfast doesn't include any eggs or meat - only cereal, coffee, juice, yogurt, and bread products.
Pros: We recently spent 6 nights at the River Rock Lodge and our room was very comfortable. The continental breakfast was good and we also enjoyed the hot tub. The Lodge is located withing walking distance ...
Cons: The lights by the bed were too dark and made it hard to read. The lights could have been brighter!
Pros: The lodge is walking distance to several restaurant choices. The lodge is in Big Sky. Only a short drive up to the ski area.
Pros: Staff exceptionally helpful and friendly
Cons: Bathroom facilities need renewal
Pros: Clean. Comfortable beds.
Pros: Great staff. Very friendly and helpful
Cons: Very poor internet reception at our end of the building. We had to move down to the reception/common areas to effectively use the internet.
Pros: Clean, comfortable, and great value for this property
Pros: The guy working the front desk when we checked in was great, very helpful! Pretty rooms
Pros: All great things to say about River Rock Lodge. Great staff. Great location. Peaceful lobby. Awesome outdoor hot tub to soak your bones after a day on the mountain. Will definitely stay here again if ...
Pros: Easy access to the Big Sky Resort (7 miles). Great access to a couple local restaurants, markets, and taverns. Outdoor hot tub with magnificent view of the mountains. Great historic art and a real rustic feel to the rooms.
Pros: It is one of the best hotels I've ever stayed. The lobby is gorgeous as well as the room itself. We had the best night among our 10 days trip, not even to mention good selections of breakfast.
Cons: Wifi works most of the time but the connection dropped a couple of times.
At River Rock Lodge, you'll be near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. The spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day, and there's more money for fun in the snow with free perks like continental breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. Rooms offer up nice touches like premium bedding and bathrobes, along with DVD players and refrigerators.
Shoshone Condominium Hotel features a free ski shuttle and puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. Guests can go for a swim in the outdoor pool and visit the spa to be pampered with deep-tissue massages, body wraps, or body scrubs. A bar/lounge and a fitness center are other highlights, and rooms offer conveniences like kitchens and sofa beds. Skiers will appreciate access to ski passes and storage.
Cons: Bedroom was a little musty and no air conditioning.
Pros: Spacious room
Cons: It felt grubby.
Pros: Gallatin Riverhouse was great.
Cons: Hot tub didn't work. Few amenities at Buck's.
Pros: The room had a refrigerator and small microwave. The staff was helpful and extremely pleasant. The breakfast was complementary and delicious with a great variety of choices.
Cons: There was nothing we didn't like.
Pros: Room was excellent, as was the bar and restaurant. Breakfast was adequate but a disappointment after excellent meal in restaurant the evening before.
Cons: Not much.
Cons: I cut my leg on your floorboard heater edge which had sharp metal extended.
Pros: The restaurant was closed, however, the breakfast was good.
Cons: The property advertised being '17 miles from Yellowstone National Park'. In reality, it was 50 miles one way!!! The 'hot tub' was not working and was closed for 3 months!! Why ...
Pros: Breakfast was awesome
Cons: Room smelled, hot tub and restraunt was closed and not posted till arrived. Huge bummer, disappointment
Pros: Not worth the money, I guess off season means crappy service and no amenities.
Cons: All old stairs, bad service, dirty room
Cons: They took my beer I left in the refrigerator
Pros: clean and breakfast was included for all guests in the hotel.
Cons: small bathroom, very dated. It is located in a ski area and I can see why they would get resort prices in ski season but this is a very expensive area for hotels and restaurants in the summer as well. Expect to pay resort prices for everything.
Pros: Super clean, comfortable, 24 hr front desk, great breakfast, room was quiet even though there was an event occurring, free internet, smelled nice.
Cons: Dog in lobby (owned by guest?) not on leash.Parking lot was full because of wedding reception or some other event.
Buck's T-4 Lodge features a free ski shuttle and puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. The seasonal outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at Buck's T-4 Lodge, which serves American cuisine and is open for dinner. A bar/lounge and a spa tub are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like iPod docks and pillowtop beds with premium linens. Skiers will appreciate access to ski passes.
Pros: Breakfast was buffet and fantastic. Location was as good as it gets.
Cons: We spent $600 dollars for 2 nights and slept on a Murphy bed! It was uncomfortable and quite the opposite of 'luxury'. Why they would have a room with a Murphy bed only at a top tier resort ...
Pros: Breakfast included in rate and great pool/hot tub.
Cons: Had to cancel a room because of an emergency and was unable to get a refund or credit towards a future stay. Incredibly disappointed that I had to eat $1300.
Pros: The staff was very helpful at all times. We were there for a ski vacation as a family-it was perfect in terms of being right on the slopes, close to shopping, and easy to get what we needed without ...
Cons: The only negative is that the pool smell hits you on the inside of the main building. We could even smell it on the 8th floor, at times.
Pros: Great location. Great room although sofa bed was tired and thin mattress. Great bed in main bedroom. Obliging staff.
Cons: Noisy ac in room. Carabiner and Peaks much too dark and dingy. Dinner expensive and not that great. Wine is hideously expensive for what it is.
Pros: The bed was very comfortable. Breakfast and the skylift was a nice addition to the trip. The staff was extremely helpful and polite.
Cons: The pillows were too soft. The cover seemed to affect my alleries.
Pros: Clean , friendly , great place for kids and family. Would definitely stay in this hotel if or when I go back to see. Yellowstone with a family !!!
Pros: First class service, location and accommodations.
Pros: The room was ok. Not at all what I expected from the description on Booking.com
Cons: I was ill and they refused to refund my last day charge so I could return home. Had to forfeit the money. Very upsetting experience.
With ski-in/ski-out access, Summit at Big Sky allows you more time for downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing. Guests can go for a swim in the outdoor pool and visit the spa to be pampered with deep-tissue massages, body wraps, or body scrubs. A free kid's club and a fitness center are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service. Skiers will appreciate the free ski shuttle, along with access to ski passes, storage, and rentals.
Pros: Clean, comfortable and nicely furnished. Well equiped FULL kitchen. Staff helpful. Extra things included in room rate.
Cons: Loved it all.
Pros: The view, the well thought out livingroom, the fireplace, the warmth, the breakfast.
Cons: Bigger hot tub - too small for the amount of guests.
Pros: Location is excellent! Huntley breakfast is great. Staff all friendly and helpful.
Cons: Bathroom lights, I think fluorescent bulbs, are too dim. Should consider some led bulbs...much better light.
Pros: the location and staff
Cons: everything was top notch
Pros: -Breakfast -Room condition -Actuvites provided by resort
Cons: -Location is too deep into the mountains
Stillwater Condominiums are affordable and convenient. A short walk to the Base area lifts, Mountain Mall and Huntley/Shoshone shops and restaurants. Enjoy complimentary use of the Huntley Fitness and Pool complex. Laundry Facilities in each building. Free Parking outside unit.
Pros: For those who like mountain getaways this is a dream come true. Our cabin was rustic and cozy and the restaurant has a big head of a reindeer and another of a bison on the wall along with a lovely ...
Cons: Could not get the fire to start in our own little stove in our room. Matches did not work.
Pros: We originally chose Lone Mountain because we wanted to avoid the cookie-cutter / corporate experience of the on-mountain, ski resort hotels & condos --we wanted a more authentic mountain ...
Pros: Wonderful cabins and environment, fantastic breakfast spread!
Pros: The first thing that stood out at Lone Mountain Ranch was the attention of the staff at all levels to providing an outstanding guest experience. Planned activities were not contingent on having a minimum number of guests sign up. When I was the only guest who chose a canoeing outing we went anyway. Mountain biking was scheduled only a couple of times during the week but when I asked about additional opportunities they made sure I had a guide available each day that I wanted to ride. We had to leave before breakfast on our last day and the restaurant staff worked out a way to provide breakfast for us. These are only a few examples of their commitment to guest satisfaction.
The naturalists on their staff accompanied guests on outings to Yellowstone, wildflower hikes and other activities. They all demonstrated an impressive knowledge of the flora, fauna and geology of the area.
The food in the restaurant was outstanding with few exceptions and the staff were empowered to make things right when there were problems. The menus offered something for almost everybody, though vegetarian options were not abundant. I suspect that the kitchen could find ways to offer acceptable vegetarian options but this is a ranch, not a spa, and the menu was obviously designed to please omnivores.
I am not a horseman but my wife, who is, was impressed with both the horses and the wranglers.
I described the ranch as "all inclusive" but that is not completely correct. Alcohol is an extra charge. All of the other food and beverages for the week were included in their standard rates.
Some of the off-ranch excursions do have associated charges but they have a surprising array of options included in the standard rate.
Cons: This is a "guest ranch" (dude ranch) so it cannot be compared to a 5 star hotel but even so the cabin we were in was a bit of a disappointment partly because it was hard to get the room temperature well regulated and partly because some of the recent renovation left a few problems including a front door that did not latch properly. The cabin did not have a table or desk for writing or for computer use.
The other disappointment was that the WiFi availability was poor due to weak signals (we never did find a place at the ranch with a strong WiFi signal) and rather erratic access to the Internet. Cell service depended on location. Sometimes it was good, other times there was no signal. That is not at all unexpected in a rural setting.
Lone Mountain Ranch features a ski shuttle and puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. Nice touches like fireplaces and bathrobes are offered up in all rooms, along with sofa beds and free WiFi. Ski passes, rentals, and lessons are also available.
Pros: Bed and pillows like a cloud. Nice restaurant Chet's. Gorgeous views.
Pros: Huntley Lodge was great.
Cons: Restaurant was pricey.
Cons: Price like 4 or 5 star hotel, but value like 2 star
Pros: We loved the location to the lifts. However, check in is too late, 5:00.
Pros: After reading reviews that ranged the entire spectrum I was pleased to find the Huntley Lodge a very nice place. Yes, the rooms could use a little updating, but I wouldn't hesitate to book another...
Cons: Bathroom showers could use an overhaul.
Pros: A clean and comfortable place to stay. It is an older hotel so it can be noisy. But ear plugs are provided. The facility has a great central location near many businesses and restaurants.
Cons: The rooms are very uncomfortable and outdated. Not very clean or upkept. No air conditioning. Hotel seemed to be short staffed - many were rude and unhelpful. We left a car key in our room and what ...
Cons: no air conditioning,plastic glasses,paper cups,terrible noise for $335'night -whats to like
Cons: rooms need updating.
Pros: location, breakfast, dog-friendly, pools
Cons: A little noisy due to older building with thin walls
Cons: Poor maid service. Upkeep of building. Pretty plain for the price
Pros: Friendly and professional customer service reps at front desk and the rooms were immaculate!
With ski-in/ski-out access, Huntley Lodge allows you more time for downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with deep-tissue massages, aromatherapy, or Ayurvedic treatments. An outdoor pool and a bar/lounge are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators. Ski passes, storage, rentals, and lessons are also available.
With ski-in/ski-out access, Saddle Ridge Townhomes Mid-Mountain allows you more time for downhill skiing and snowboarding. After returning from the slopes, you can visit the fitness center for a workout or relax with après-ski drinks at the bar/lounge. Condos are done up right with upscale touches like private spa tubs, fireplaces, and jetted tubs. Skiers will appreciate the free ski shuttle, along with access to ski passes, storage, and rentals.
The hotel features various services and facilities, including room service and a conference room, for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Wireless internet access is available to travellers in the public areas. Those arriving in their own vehicles can leave them in the car park of the establishment.Each of the rooms is appointed with air conditioning and a bathroom. A balcony is included as standard in most rooms, offering additional space for relaxation. There is also a desk. Additional features include a fridge, a mini fridge and a tea/coffee station. Features include internet access, a telephone, a TV, a DVD player and WiFi, adding comfort to the holiday. A hairdryer and bathrobes are provided in the bathrooms for everyday use. The accommodation offers non-smoking rooms.The hot tub is the perfect place to relax.Bed and breakfast is bookable. It is also possible to order breakfast.
Featuring downhill skiing, Stillwater Condominiums is a great choice for your ski vacation in Big Sky. Free perks like WiFi and self parking mean guests have more money for fun in the snow. Condos feature bonuses like sofa beds, refrigerators, and microwaves. Ski passes and storage are also available.