Travel + Leisure Readers Rank Auberge Resorts Collection One of the World’s Top 10 Hotel Brands
Jul 22, 2015
MILL VALLEY, CALIF. (July 20, 2015) – California-based Auberge Resorts Collection is one the top 10 hotel brands in the world, luxury travelers say. The prestigious ranking in the new 2015 Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards was recently announced by the magazine. Travel + Leisure readers also voted Calistoga Ranch and Esperanza two of the top resorts in their destinations. The annual readers’ poll celebrating the best hotels, cruise lines, airlines and destinations is now available online at http://www.travelandleisure.com/worlds-best and will be published in Travel + Leisure’s August 2015 issue.
“We are truly honored Auberge Resorts Collection has been named one of the top 10 hotel brands in the world by the trusted readers of Travel + Leisure,” said Mark Harmon, Founder and Managing Partner, Auberge Resorts Collection. I want to thank our entire team for their passion for service that has made this wonderful recognition possible, as well as our loyal guests who appreciate the extraordinary experiences our resorts deliver.”
Auberge Resorts Collection was ranked No. 7 brand in the world with a score of 92.14. Auberge properties ranked in this year’s World’s Best Awards included; Napa Valley’s Calistoga Ranch was voted the No. 11 resort in the United States and No. 46 in the world with a total score of 93.66. Esperanza in Cabo San Lucas was ranked the No. 5 resort in Mexico with a score and No. 64 in the world with a score of 93.03.
The World’s Best Awards are a result of an extensive reader survey conducted by Travel + Leisure each year and are among the most respected reader polls in the travel industry. The readers define excellence in travel by rating their experiences and evaluating hotels across the world on the following characteristics: rooms and facilities, location, service, restaurants and food, and value. Hotel brands are rated by the following categories: locations, rooms and facilities, restaurants and food, service, design and value.