This title is presented to a hotel that currently stands outside the ranking but possesses the potential to make a breakthrough in future editions.
Located 35 minutes away from the Salt Lake City airport and 20 miles from Park City Main street on Old Lincoln Hwy, Wanship, Utah. The Lodge at Blue Sky situated on 3,500 private acres, presents an exquisite blend of luxury and nature. This destination, where summertime beckons guests to explore Blue Sky’s captivating regenerative farm led by women, offers invaluable knowledge about sustainable growing practices.
Embrace your adventurous spirit by embarking on hiking trails alongside a wildlife biologist. Wintertime unveils a snowy terrain where guests can indulge in skiing on fresh powder or a snowshoeing expedition to enjoy a fondue dinner in a private mountaintop yurt.
“When deciding the winner of this award, we were looking for a property that interacts positively with its environment and offers a unique and special guest experience,” Tim Brooke-Webb, managing director for The World’s 50 Best Hotels, said in a press release. “The Lodge at Blue Sky has been at the forefront of America’s mountain retreats since its launch in 2019 and impressed us with its nature-led adventures and understated elegance.”
The Lavazza One To Watch Award is given to a property that has garnered substantial votes from the esteemed 580-strong Academy. Although it fell short of earning a spot on the 1-50 list, this accolade holds immeasurable value.
Alongside the prestigious Art of Hospitality Award, it will be announced before the grand awards ceremony on September 19 at London’s renowned Guildhall. This event will unveil the inaugural list of The World’s 50 Best Hotels.