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T+L readers pick their favorite stateside hotels. The common denominator: a reputation for excellence.

No. 4 Stein Eriksen Lodge, Park City, UT

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Stein Eriksen Lodge is the oldest luxury resort in Deer Valley, and it still sets the standard for excellence. Its location is unbeatable: the Norwegian-style chalet is planted halfway up a ski mountain with front-door access to the slopes. Valets unload your skis from your car and keep them in a ski locker; free guides will show you around the mountain. After skiing, warm up with Stein’s Kahlua Cappuccino in the decadent Troll Hallen Lounge (also the place for garlic cheese fries).

America's Best Hotels

No. 4 Stein Eriksen Lodge, Park City, UT

Stein Eriksen Lodge is the oldest luxury resort in Deer Valley, and it still sets the standard for excellence. Its location is unbeatable: the Norwegian-style chalet is planted halfway up a ski mountain with front-door access to the slopes. Valets unload your skis from your car and keep them in a ski locker; free guides will show you around the mountain. After skiing, warm up with Stein’s Kahlua Cappuccino in the decadent Troll Hallen Lounge (also the place for garlic cheese fries).

Courtesy of Stein Eriksen Lodge
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