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Travel + Leisure Names Best New Hotels 2010

Jul. 1st, 2010 | Comments 1 | Make a Comment   
News & Trends: Travel + Leisure has named the best new North American hotels of 2010. Here's a look at the most luxurious in the group, all found in the continental United States.

Amanresorts Amangiri in Canyon Point, Utah:
If you find yourself in the Utah wilderness, this desert resort provides breathtaking views in carefully built suites. Not to mention some of the best cuisine in the state. Doubles from $950.

Hyatt's Andaz Wall Street in New York City
Perfect for techies, this hotel boasts hosts that carry handheld PC's used to make key cards on the spot. The 253 room hotel is also home to Bar Seven Five, where bartenders prepare Manhattans tableside from a Pullman-style caddy. Doubles from $275. Request a Travel Quote Code: Want a complete Travel Quote including airfare, special hotel rates and FREE upgrades? Contact our Travel Specialist today!

Crosby Street Hotel in New York City:
This new hotel in SoHo brings London stateside with English style and service. From umbrellas to hot toddys at the bar, there's a luxurious touch for every occasion. Doubles from $495.

Waldorf Astoria Park City in Park City, Utah:
Fireplaces, balconies and mountain views are just the beginning at this hotel, there are also après-ski hot chocolate, a warm-stone massage at the 16,000-square-foot Golden Door Spa, and Spruce restaurant to look forward to at this new luxury hotel. Doubles from $350.

Bardessono in Yountville, California:
The small 62-room hotel in the Napa Valley has the honor of being the world's second LEED-certified Platinum hotel. Built mostly of salvaged stone and reclaimed wood, the 100-mile rule is followed from the luxury linens to the organic food served in the restaurant. Doubles from $550, including breakfast.

Ranch at Rock Creek in Philipsburg, Montana:
There's not much this luxury ranch doesn't offer: horseback riding, fly-fishing, hunting, archery, and photography safaris, four-lane bowling alley and comfortable cabins. From $800, all-inclusive.

Source: Yahoo! Travel
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Paula Williams commented on July 7, 2010

It's great that two are in Utah!

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