10 New Luxe Hotels Opening in the US This Fall, From Napa to New York

Whether you’re looking for a sleek city retreat or a cushy ski hub, you’ll find it on this list.

Montage Big Sky

The first truly luxury resort in the area will have a lot to love on its 5,850 acres, from ski-in, ski-out access to Big Sky Resort and three fly-fishing rivers to a Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole golf course and a 10,000-square-foot spa. Also sure to be a favorite: The Living Room, a lounge with vaulted ceilings and oversized windows with views of the Spanish Peak Mountains where you can enjoy an après-ski bourbon tea service or the table-side “Bubbles & Raclette” cheese-and-Champagne cart. (It will be one of six dining establishments at the property.) Located 45-minutes from Yellowstone National Park, the resort evokes the Big Sky vibe with regional wood and stone throughout its interiors, while the 139 rooms have fireplaces, Montana-made art, heated bathroom floors and striking Black Cosmic Granite counters that mimic the jagged peaks outside your window. Opening December 2021; rooms start at $1,395 per night.