The Lodge At Blue Sky, Auberge Resorts Collection honored among the World’s Best New Hotels on Condé Nast Traveler’s 2020 hot list
PARK CITY, UTAH (May 5, 2020) – The Lodge at Blue Sky, Auberge Resorts Collection, Park City’s newest destination for year-round outdoor adventure and luxurious contemporary accommodations inspired by nature, has been named to the Condé Nast Traveler 2020 Hot List, recognizing the best new hotels in the world.
The Lodge at Blue Sky joins a highly curated list of only 76 new hotels and resorts from around the world, which are personally selected by editors to be celebrated in the May / June 2020 issue and on cntraveler.com. Sister resort, Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection, a secluded oceanfront enclave reimagined by Auberge to celebrate the culture and healing spirit of the Island of Hawai’i’s Kohala Coast, has also been recognized on the Hot List.
“We are truly humbled for The Lodge at Blue Sky to receive this prestigious recognition from Condé Nast Traveler,” said Joe Ogdie, General Manager, The Lodge at Blue Sky, Auberge Resorts Collection. “We are proud of our dedicated team whose care in creating extraordinary experiences and focus on the highest level of personalized service have earned this incredible distinction.”
Surrounded by dramatic soaring peaks, high alpine fields, lush hillsides and a spring-fed creek, the 46-room Lodge at Blue Sky, Auberge Resorts Collection invites guests to reconnect with the natural environment in understated elegance, with organic architecture that showcases the majesty of the land, and a collection of immersive outdoor adventures, from hiking, fly fishing and clay shooting, to horseback riding and heli-skiing. The Lodge’s restaurant, YUTA, helmed by James Beard Award-Winning Executive Chef Galen Zamarra, serves cuisine created with ingredients sourced from an onsite organic farm. Deeply restorative treatments at the Edge Spa complement Blue Sky’s active outdoor adventures. Experiential learning opportunities exclusive to Blue Sky include artisanal whiskey-making at the on-site High West Whiskey Distillery, hands-on horsemanship at the 30,000-square-foot indoor equestrian center and up-close animal encounters at Saving Gracie horse rescue sanctuary.