• Big Sky Welcomes First Major Hotel

     
    POSTED October 28, 2019
     
  • Big Sky Welcomes First Major Hotel

     
    POSTED October 28, 2019
     

Wilson Hotel Big Sky Residence Inn by Marriott opened the end of May 2019 and is named after Wilson Peak, one of the most prominent of the Spanish Peaks overlooking Big Sky. The hotel has 129 guest accommodations (a mix of spacious studios, one- and two-bedroom suites); 3,000 square feet of meeting space; a steakhouse-style American restaurant; and The Wilson lobby bar. The hotel’s Town Center location is just steps from shops, restaurants and nightlife and a complimentary shuttle ride from the ski lifts at Big Sky Resort. Groups and guests also can unwind in the outdoor heated pool and whirlpool and 24-hour fitness center.

A team of veteran hospitality executives is at the helm, including General Manager Mandy Hotovy, Assistant General Manager Minsun Robillard and Director of Sales Dan Moller. Wilson Hotel Big Sky Residence Inn is owned by Lone Mountain Land Company and managed by Urgo Hotels & Resorts.

The time is right; the stage is set. Groups are ready to meet face to face again, and the four-star luxury hotel MGM Grand Detroit is ready to welcome you back.

According to MPI’s report “Spring 2021 Meetings Outlook,” three-quarters of meeting professionals predict a face-to-face event this calendar year. And that definitely rings true for Lisa Williams, executive director of sales for the hotel.

 

Despite an overall crushing year for the hospitality industry in Pennsylvania, some seeds of hope have been planted and are finally sprouting in the form of new hotel openings. These new properties on the horizon have ample meeting and event space up for grabs, all within close proximity of each other. As capacities allowances increase, check out the new real estate for meetings and events at the following hotels.

 

Making the most of Minnesota’s ideal (and ever-fleeting) outdoor event season is a time-honored tradition, but outdoor venues hold a whole new appeal in a post-pandemic landscape. 
Plein air events can offer planners plenty of space to safely distance their guests as well as peace of mind to attendees still wary of in-person gatherings—as well as some much-needed screen-free interaction.