There are quite a few places in Montana that are private and secluded that have become popular destinations for wealthy Americans and celebrities. If you're in search of a luxurious getaway, there are several places in the state that are all-inclusive and perfect for escaping the rat race of larger cities.

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Montana is a beautiful place, so it's completely understandable why so many people plan a yearly vacation in the state. There's an endless number of things to see and explore. However, some people come to Montana to get away from it all and relax.

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If you love the outdoors, Montana is a great state to visit. With access to two of America's most popular National Parks, and too many state parks to mention, you won't have trouble finding something to do. There are literally millions of acres of pristine wilderness in Montana.

If you want to take your vacation to the next level, you can book a stay at one of the many private resorts in Montana. According to the Condé Nast Traveler Reader's Choice Awards, two resorts in Montana were included on a list of the top 20 in America.

What Montana Resorts Were Named The Best In America?

The Resort at Paws Up

The Resort at Paws Up, a luxury ranch resort situated on a sprawling, 37,000-acre, authentic working cattle ranch in western Montana ranked #13 on the list of the 20 Best Resorts in the Mountain West.

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Whether you choose an expansive private home or a sophisticated, safari-style luxury tent, Paws Up provides an unfiltered connection with the natural beauty of Montana amidst a landscape of impeccable rustic elegance and comfort.

Montana Big Sky

Montage Big Sky ranked #3 on the list. It was the first five-star luxury resort in Montana. Here's a description of Montage Big Sky.

Big Sky has always been more rugged than refined, but the debut of this slopeside resort has Aspen and Jackson Hole loyalists rethinking their next ski vacation. With a 10,000-square-foot spa (the first true spa in the region), a buzzy bar scene, and stellar restaurants, the property ensures even non-skiers will stay occupied. In fact, Montage is already the favored hangout of locals, including neighboring Yellowstone Club members.

To see what other luxury resorts were included on the list, click here.

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