by Stephen Jermanok
This historical hotel, named after founder and former television news anchor Chet Huntley, was the first structure built at Big Sky Resort. The 200-room resort features old-time charms but receives continual care and upkeep. Boyne Beds — known for their overstuffed mattresses, quality bedding and pillows — were recently installed in each room.
Our Editor Loves
- Great slopeside location with ski storage
- Outdoor swimming pool and two large outdoor jacuzzis
- On-site dining at Chet's Bar & Grill
by Pete C
Have wanted to visit Big Sky for years. So glad we stayed at Huntley Lodge. Super friendly, awesome room, great restaurant on site. Enjoyed learning about the history of the Lodge. Relaxed, helpful staff. Easy, secure parking. Price was great (off season rate) for a great room.
The Huntley Lodge is dated but the views and friendly staff make up for this fact. The lodge does need updating - the rooms especially as they look like they have not been touched up since 1980. The front desk and staff are very friendly. 3 levels with a fitness center and a restaurant (Chet's) within. Plenty of food within walking distance in the village. Ski lifts within walking distance for skiing, hiking and mountain bike trails.