World Ski Awards Voting Open for Stein Eriksen Lodge & Stein Eriksen Residences

World Ski Awards Voting Open for Stein Eriksen Lodge & Stein Eriksen Residences

Two renowned Stein Collection properties have been named finalists in the 9th Annual World Ski Awards. Stein Eriksen Lodge, Utah’s only Forbes Five-Star Hotel and Spa, has been named one of 15 finalists for the United States’ Best Ski Hotel, and Stein Eriksen Residences returns to the running for Best Ski Boutique Hotel between seven competing properties. Voting to decide the winners is open now through Friday, Dec. 31.

“We are thrilled to be named finalists in the World Ski Awards United States’ Best Ski Hotel and Best Ski Boutique Hotel categories again this year,” said Russ Olsen, CEO of Stein Eriksen Lodge. “We know our industry has undergone an incredible number of challenges, and we are grateful to be able to continue providing exceptional guest experiences and earn this significant recognition.” 

Stein Eriksen Lodge has earned World’s Best Ski Hotel and United States’ Best Ski Hotel titles in recent years and vies to uphold its current status as United States Best Ski Hotel in this year’s competition. This is the second year in a row Stein Eriksen Residences has been named a finalist for Best Ski Boutique Hotel and hopes to earn the top spot this year. 

Votes are being accepted now through December 31, 2021 at worldskiawards.com. All who vote can enter to win a two-night stay and lift tickets to Deer Valley Resort. Once an individual votes, send an email to bestskihotel@steinlodge.com confirming that you voted and be automatically entered for the dinner and lodging prize drawing.

To learn more about Stein Eriksen Lodge, Stein Eriksen Residences and the World Ski Awards, please contact Guy Morris at (435) 615-0867 or gmorris@steinlodge.com. Additional information about Stein Eriksen Lodge can be found at www.steincollection.com

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.