The signature building at the commercial core of the Big Sky Town Center, the Wilson Hotel is the focal element of the Town Center Plaza, a lively public events and pedestrian thoroughfare. In concert with the Center vision of a naturally evolving development, Bechtle Architects and hospitality consultant GH2 Architects created a venue that calls to the solid brick structures of old western towns with updates to reflect the needs and profile of current Big Sky and Yellowstone National Park visitors. In addition to sweeping views and 129 luxurious suites, the hotel features a dramatic lobby and porte-cochere; retail and restaurant tenants; and a large hot pool and spa with heated deck.
“Scott and the team at Bechtle Architects continues to deliver thoughtful, creative, and timeless designs that respond to and enhance the site, all while listening to our design and budget goals. We have been working together for over 15 years, and our Big Sky Town Center development has benefitted immeasurably from the expertise, guidance, and high level of engagement from Scott and the team.”
– Bill Simkins, Big Sky Town Center
- 120,000 sq. ft.
- Client: Jack Donovan and Bayard Dominick
- Location: Big Sky, Montana