One&Only Heads to North America; Big Sky Resort to Open in 2024

One&Only is heading to the United States. The brand’s first resort in North America, One&Only Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana, is set to open in 2024 and marks a “a significant step in the continued evolution and growth of the One&Only brand,” according to Brett Armitage, chief commercial officer of hotel operator Kerzner International.

Beyond it being the brand’s first resort in North America, One&Only Moonlight Basin will also be its first alpine resort, located between the Lone Peak and Spanish Peaks, offering access to Big Sky skiing.

Designed by architect Olson Kundig, One&Only Moonlight Basin will include 73 guestrooms and suites in the main lodge, along with 19 secluded villas throughout the resort, a separate ski lodge, three restaurants and a Chenot Spa. In addition, the resort will introduce the first community of One&Only Private Homes in the U.S., offering 62 private residences with up to six bedrooms. The free-standing Olson Kundig-designed homes will offer a contemporary design, complete with glass.

One&Only Moonlight Basin Private Homes

According to the announcement by Armitage, guests and residents alike can enjoy nature year-round with over 5,800 skiable acres, mountain golf courses, and plenty of other outdoor opportunities from hiking to mountain biking, horseback riding, fly fishing and snowshoeing, to Alpine and Nordic skiing, dogsledding and snowmobiling. During the summer months, the resort even has its own private lake with a beach.

Less than an hour’s drive from Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport and an hour from Yellowstone National Park, Big Sky is located within a 3-million-acre national forest and is, ultimately, joined with the 20-million-acre Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

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