It's time for Travel + Leisure's annual best of awards, and ski properties throughout North America racked up the awards. Let's take a look at who scored the best, shall we?
Deer Valley's Stein Eriksen Lodge was ski country's highest ranked property as the 21st best hotel in the world and Vermont's Stowe Mountain Lodge also scored high marks. Colorado owned the luxury lodging competition with Aspen's The Little Nell, the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch, The Pines Lodge, a RockResort, Vail's Sonnenalp, and the Sebastian Vail all making it into the top 500 hotels in the world. Jackson Hole is also making a name for itself, with the Four Seasons Jackson Hole making it onto the list for the first time. Perhaps the most impressive award went to the St. Regis Aspen, which made the top hotel category and was also named the #1 hotel spa in the world. Of course, all of these hotels are also Curbed Ski favorites, so go check out our list of the 38 best hotels in ski country.
***Note: Travel + Leisure's 2014 World's Best Awards are determined by readers who vote for their favorite hotels and resorts, evaluating them in categories including value, food, service, rooms, and location.
· Feeling Knotty? Here Are The Top Spas in Ski Country [Curbed Ski]
· 38 Essential Ski Town Hotels [Curbed Ski]
· World's Best Awards [Travel + Leisure]