5 stars for location ski in ski out. Can't beat that. Huge jacuzzis and heated pool. Massive restaurant downstairs for dinner and buffet breakfast. Unfortunately half the building is from 1970s-80s and incredibly old and decrepit and the deferred maintenance is beyond bad. Worse than a $100/n hostel level quality. Bathrooms are disgusting and the shower head didn't even reach my chest. Mattress quality is an F. All the wooden decor is 30 years past replacement time. That side of the building should be half cost. So much opportunity here just being left to rot. Needs an investor to gut remodel and it could be the best mountainside lodge in the US.
The ceilings in this place transmit sound extraordinarily. If you hope to sleep, I would not recommend this place. The sounds from above waken us consistently even with earplugs and pillow over our ears. Cannot recommend. That being said, the staff are phenomenal and the location is great.
Stayed at the Huntley Lodge for a week during a trip to Big Sky. We stayed in a Legacy loft room which had two queen beds on the main floor, a sofa pullout, and a bunk bed in the upper loft area. The room was plenty big and had a great view of the mountain and overlooked the outdoor pool and hot tubs. Ski lift access is directly outside of the hotel for the explorer lift which is a slow two person lift. To get to the high speed lift with access to most of the mountain it is a slightly longer walk on the other side of the mountain village. The hotel was clean and the staff were very nice. At the front of the hotel you will be greeted by the cowboys that will take your bags to you room and they offer a shuttle to the lower village six miles away for tips. We took advantage of the cowboy shuttle one night with an easy ride to the village, but when we requested a pick up we were left waiting for 90 minutes that we later found out they forgot to send someone to pick us up. We were told they were short-staffed that night. There is a Mountain Village shuttle but it only runs to the lower village until about 730pm. I would recommend a rental car from the Bozeman Airport if you plan on getting around the area. The west entrance of Yellowstone is a little over an hour from the hotel, however it may be closed mid March through mid April. Access to Yellowstone's north entrance is two and a half hours from the hotel by car and is open year round. There are two outdoor pools in the hotel. One is next to one of the gyms with a hot tub indoors and the other pool area has a large center outdoor pool and two large outdoor hot tubs with mountain views. Both pools had a good amount of people in them each days peaking in the afternoon and evening hours. The hotel had two gyms that both have cardio equipment, free weights and some other some machines. The gym closer to the front of the hotel is nicer and has access to the pool with the indoor hot tub. There is a restaurant and bar towards the back of the hotel called Chet's. There is a large buffet area where they serve breakfast each morning. There are many other places to eat am in the village a short walk from the hotel. I had a great experience at this hotel with the exception of waiting for the shuttle one night. The short walks to the ski lift and the incredible skiing are great reasons to stay at the Huntley Lodge.
Hotel is very nice , well located near the slopes and interior very reflective of mountain location. Very nice staff and great breakfast. Problem is that ceilings are either poorly constructed or not insulated. Guests overhead walking around can awaken you in the middle of the night or keep you from going to bed even with earplugs and a pillow. 5 requests at the desk to be moved are ignored. Must suffer two more nights. Don’t book here unless you are deaf
If you’ve never been here before, you should know that the entry road for check-in is one-way only, and if you go the wrong way a surly kid in a cowboy hat is likely to accost you... but it’s not marked so you’re gonna have to guess. Good luck!
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