It's a bit pricier and a bit heavier, but seriously multi-use: consider the OWare USA 10x10 pyramid tarp. (24 ounces)
I bought one for snow camping, but the light weight (24 ounces) and massive size (10x10 feet, 6' tall *before* you dig) make it too cool to leave at home on dayhikes.
I can pitch it in a heartbeat, especially with a group. If you "quick-stake" it rather than digging holes for your stakes, the base winds up about 6-8" above the snow which gives it great breathability and extra height.
The edge it has over bothies is:
a) size. Comfortably sits 6-10. (seriously!)
b) it's a full-fledged 4-season shelter - in case you get caught out, or for camping
c) it doesn't need people to hold it up. I can pitch it in advance of group members arriving, or someone can go outside to take a leak without the shelter collapsing
d) it's as airy as you want it to be. Not that I've ever used a Bothy, but everyone sitting on the edges must cut into ventilation. The 'mid is tall, 100 square feet, and can be pitched with the door wide open if it's humid or you're running a stove.
This picture doesn't give you a very good idea of how tall it is:
This picture shows the mini snow kitchen we carved, with the intention of sleeping on the benches. As you can see, it could be made a lot bigger with an eye to head an legroom:
The guy in the second picture is 6'2". Imagine a pyramid extending 6' above the snow walls you see.
Two of us dug and shaped this kitchen in about 10 minutes...