What a nice change of pace, staying at the Summit instead of a condo farther out on the Big Sky resort property! Right in the heart of the resort, every side of the hotel has some sort of mountain view, but you can't beat the side with the view of Lone Peak. We booked last minute so had a studio/kitchen instead of a 1 BR, but it worked better than expected for two of us. Nice size room, great bathroom, decent storage for a few days. Murphy bed and sofa bed---but if you use both, it's kind of like fitting in puzzle pieces. Quiet hotel, great windows that blocked hot tub noise when it was busy, and we never heard clomping ski boots/toilets flushing/talking etc through the walls or ceiling.
Great 'ski-stay' package: for $1400, we had 5 nights, two daily full breakfasts in the (fine) dining room and daily lift tickets--no turning in a voucher, could head straight to the lift. Easy access to the hot tub and weight room. There were a few drawbacks: housekeeping does turn down service, but didn't do the little things well, such as replacing the t.p. as needed, nor leave enough garbage bags. Also, Summit really needs to stop calling their giant hot tub a 'pool'. I was looking forward to doing laps, and it's not my definition of a pool, it's a hot tub--3' deep, big concrete seat in the middle. But it is indeed big, and poolside beverage service after the lifts close can't be beat. I'm looking forward to staying in a 1BR my next trip.