A: The safety and well-being of our guests is our top priority. We’ve adapted enhanced sanitation and operational procedures in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Operational procedures are specific to each activity and details are outlined on our website. Please reference the pages that correspond to the activities in which you are interested.
A: The safety and well-being of our guests is our top priority. We’ve adopted enhanced sanitation and operational procedures in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Please refer to our activity pages as each has specific details about the measures we are taking.
A: Yes. The Base Lodge Café will be open with a full menu. The Summit House will serve grab & go food only, no cooked meals. The Base Lodge Coffee Bar will also have grab & go items for breakfast and lunch. The Base Lodge Bar and Summit House Bar will be open.
A: If you are not feeling well or experiencing a fever, shortness of breath, a cough, or other COVID-19 symptoms please refrain from participating in any activities or dining with us at the resort. Please contact 406-890-7272, or visit the Whitefish Screening Facility at 710 13th Street E. (located behind Walgreens).
A: Our check in check out times have remained 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. respectively. However, if you are able we would kindly ask you check out by 9 a.m. and plan not to check in until 5 p.m. Also, due to increased cleaning and sanitation protocols, please remain flexible regarding check in times.
A: The safety and well-being of our guests is our top priority. We’ve adopted enhanced sanitation and operational procedures in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Our commitment to clean includes industry best practice cleaning and sanitizing protocols, with particular attention paid to high touch items. Our housekeeping staff undergo health screenings prior to starting work. They also wear gloves and face coverings during their work.
A: From time to time you may interact with other guests or employees within 6 feet. We recommend that you wear a face covering during these situations. We do not require face coverings except for the following rare occasions. When taking any of our complimentary shuttle services or if you are injured, requiring treatment from Bike Patrol. Anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove a mask without assistance is not required to wear a face covering.
A: All pools and shared hot tubs will be closed with the exception of the Hibernation House hot tub. If your reservation is in the Hibernation House, you’ll have access to its hot tub pending further Covid-19 mandates and guidelines. Fitness centers also will be closed.
A: Currently we are planned to be open December 10, 2020 to April 11, 2021.A: If a governmental agency restricts recreational travel either to- or from- Montana or the state, province or country from which the travelers reside, Whitefish Mountain Resort will issue a full refund for lodging and lift tickets if the effective date of the restrictions take place prior to the traveler’s arrival.