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Top 5 New Hotels We’re Most Excited To Visit In 2022

BY: Ramsey Qubein | MARCH 11, 2022

With the new year comes a spectacular number of new openings, including five new hotels to visit in 2022. They include big-city abodes, remote resort locales and boutique hotels right in between. Many opened late last year, but you may have missed them with the rush of the holiday season.

Montana’s Big Sky Resort has been a favorite of year-round outdoor fans for quite some time. It has some of the best skiing in the region and plenty of trails for hiking, biking and exploring. What it lacked, however, was a luxury resort to elevate it to the level of other mountain west destinations. Montage Big Sky‘s recent opening elevates the entire area to the next level.

It features 139 rooms, suites and residences plus a soon-to-come 11,000 square foot spa with indoor pool and relaxation areas. In addition to access to tremendous skiing and outdoor activities, it will also have a bowling alley.

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