For many families, spring break is a rare opportunity to bring the family together. As the kids get older, the family gets pulled in many directions. A posh family ski break is a no-fail way to make teens and parents happy. The trick is picking the perfect spot. Living luxuriously at Spanish Peaks Private Club in Big Sky Montana is the perfect place for a family ski break.
Spanish Peaks Private Club at Big Sky Montana
Spanish Peaks Mountain Club is a private residence community. The homes are situated on mountain and the clubhouse has ski-in/ski-out access. During the summer, the club is focused on golf -- there's a Tom Weiskopf 18 hole championship golf course that connects the properties. But the real action is in the winter.
The private club is managed by Montage Resorts. All Spanish Peaks members enjoy access to 5800 acres of skiing at Big Sky Resort, with a private base area located at the clubhouse to start and end your ski day. To gain access, you buy a membership with your luxury property within the Spanish Peaks acreage. The Spanish Peaks enclave is 3,500 acres and the newest development is called the Montage Residences (it's due to open in 2021. Prices range from $5M to $17M+). The residences will have ski-in, ski-out access.
Residences within Spanish Peaks range from 2-bedroom to 6-bedrooms, and from 2,244 to 7,603 interior square feet. There are other properties in the Spanish Peaks area that are currently occupied and many are available for rent.
Where to Stay in Spanish Peaks
Moms, I give you permission to treat yourselves this break. The houses in Spanish Peaks are available for your family holiday. It's the ultimate way to play in Big Sky. Some of the homes are dreamy and can sleep up to 13 -- could be a fun family reunion spot. Head here to see the Spanish Peak rentals.
Spanish Peaks Clubhouse Facilities
When you stay at Spanish Peaks as an owner or a renter you get access to amazing perks. Skiers love skiing in and out of the facility and using the well-appointed locker rooms. You'll feel right at home in your cozy-chic knits and yoga pants. While this place might look fancy, you'll quickly feel at home.
When the ski day is done, enjoy the heated outdoor swimming pool and the hot tubs. If you still have energy to burn off, there's a spacious gym . If you DON'T have energy, do a bit of relaxing with a massage treatment.
The Clubhouse also has a few rooms for guests and they are beyond gorgeous. The designers take mountain chic to the next level.
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Family Time at Spanish Peaks
The clubhouse is a great place to spend quality time with the kids. Kids can head over to Fort Peaks, it's a clubhouse for the kids to play (both indoors and out) and get creative. Childcare is set up there so parents can have some kid-free time.
When you're ready to reconnect with the kids, There's a great media room perfect for firing up a family movie or watching a sporting event.
Dining at Spanish Peaks
There's a mountain elegant dining room made for special dinners and celebrating your holiday. For a quick bite, pop into the Club Bar for lunch or dinner. Chill as you sip a cocktail or mocktail and enjoy the amazing mountain views.
Before you ski, head to the main dining room for your complimentary continental breakfast. I loaded up on yogurt and some baked good before heading out to ski at Big Sky. For more ideas on where to eat at Big Sky head here.
If you're looking for a spot to get away from it all while getting pampered, consider booking a home at Spanish Peaks for your family spring break.
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