Beautiful place and I wish I could give it 5 stars. Some of the neighbors are very rude to people staying for a trip. Super entitled kind of people. But the area is absolutely breathtaking.
Moonlight Basin is breathtaking.. This is taken from Saddle Ridge townhouses.
I have to give the moonlight clubhouse some props. The food was horrible, but it was consistently horrible, so at least they are reliable. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, rain or shine, If you’re going in there, you’re gonna get some low quality food. Luckily, the portions were small, so you don’t have to endure the food for that long. The breakfast, or lack thereof, was a huge letdown in particular. I’m sorry, but a couple bagels and some parfaits doesn’t constitute a meal. Put a little effort into it! Throw some eggs and bacon out there, for the love of God! In addition, I have to say, that after trying multiple items on the menu, the burger was without a doubt the most disappointing. I ordered it, thinking, “there’s no way they can mess up a burger”, but it ended up being the driest, most tasteless burger I’ve ever eaten. However, I must say that the service was excellent. Furthermore, the resort itself was actually very nice, with plenty of amenities, and high class and comfortable lodging. Also, The scenery was absolutely breathtaking, and likely saved this from being a 1. But, looking on the bright side, this resort has a lot of upside because with decent food options, this is easily a 4 or 5 star.
Stayed in a beautiful home in the Moonlight Basin neighborhood this week. The home was very well equipped and skiing at Big Sky was amazing! However we were extremely disappointed to learn that Moonlight Basin would not provide access to any of their resources unless we paid an additional $40 per person per day. This includes shuttle services, housekeeping, and guest services. It feels as if we are being punished for not renting through Moonlight’s own rental company.
Great spot for a quick bite or grab some water on the mountain. Home to great local beers and of course one of those famous Moonlight Basin Uncle Dan's cookies.
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