Triple Creek Ranch, a luxury resort in the Bitterroot Mountain Range of the Montana Rockies, has been named the highest-ranked U.S. property in Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards 2013. The readers of Travel + Leisure rated Triple Creek Ranch #13 in the world in the 18th annual poll, ranking properties based on rooms, location, service, food, and value. Triple Creek was also singled out as the #1 Top Inn in the Continental U.S. Results of the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2013 Readers’ Survey are in the August issue.
Earlier this year, Triple Creek Ranch was ranked #1 in Continental U.S. and Canada Resorts and Inns by Travel + Leisure for World’s Best Service 2013; #4 in Top 10 Hotels Overall: Resorts, Inns, and Lodges for World’s Best Service 2013; and is one of the T+L 500 World’s Best Hotels 2013. For the past five years, Triple Creek Ranch has been the highest ranked resort in the world, according to cumulative ranking by Travel + Leisure.
A Relais & Châteaux property and a member of Virtuoso, Triple Creek Ranch is an all-inclusive retreat for adult guests offering rustic elegance in the Montana wilderness. Surrounded by 4 million acres of national forest, the spacious and luxurious main lodge and the 23 private log cabins are nestled in the trees. Privacy and pampering are hallmarks of Triple Creek Ranch, and each cabin features king-size beds, complimentary wet bar, wood-burning fireplace, a private or nearby hot tub, and golf cart transportation during non-snow months. Original Western art from the owners’ private collection can be found throughout the property.
Guests enjoy world-class cuisine from Executive Chef Jacob Leatherman and a wine cellar overseen by sommelier Jeremy White that has won nine Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence, including a second “Best of” Award announced this week. Triple Creek is ideal for romantic getaways, honeymoons, elopements and small board meetings.
Triple Creek will open for its first-ever Thanksgiving Celebration this year from November 21 to December 2, 2013. The highlight is a special Thanksgiving feast created by Chef Jacob Leatherman that pays homage to the bounty of America. That will be followed the next day by a Thanksgiving Barbecue. Late fall and early winter are ideal times to visit Triple Creek Ranch, where a day might begin with an early morning horseback ride or a team penning competition. Depending on the weather, guests can go fly fishing for trophy cutthroat trout on the Bitterroot River at this Orvis-endorsed ranch or head out for dog sledding with Triple Creek’s resident musher, Jessie Royer, who will compete in her 12th Iditarod in Alaska this winter. This winter from Jan 4 -19, 2014, Dog Sledding is being offered free to Ranch guests, a $325 per person value. From birding and photography outings to wine tastings and massages, Triple Creek Ranch is ideal for those who want to unwind, refresh and reconnect.
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