Auberge Properties Earn High Marks In Travel + Leisure’s 2014 World’s Best Awards; Auberge Resorts Brand Voted One Of The Top 10 In The World

MILL VALLEY, CALIF. (July 8, 2014) – Auberge Resorts properties ranked among the very best in the world in the 19th annual Travel +Leisure’s 2014 World’s Best AwardsTravel + Leisure readers also voted the boutique Auberge Resorts brand one of an elite group of the top 10 hotel brands in the world, the magazine announced. The rankings are available on and will be published in Travel +Leisure’s August 2014 issue and digital editions. “These awards are highly coveted in our field, and we are proud that the Auberge Resorts brand has once again earned the recognition of being among the world’s best,” said Craig Reid, CEO of Auberge Resorts. “It’s rewarding to our entire staff to know that our guests appreciate what we have built and continue to deliver at Auberge Resorts.”


Auberge Resorts ranked No. 6 Hotel Brand in the world with a score of 92.11. Napa Valley’s Auberge du Soleil, which secured a spot on the list’s “Hall of Fame” with its repeated recognition, was voted the No. 12 Resort in the Continental U.S. with a score of 92.81. Esperanza in Cabo San Lucas earned No. 9 Top Resort in Mexico with a score of 92.48. “We are incredibly honored to be recognized once again on the World’s Best Awards and are grateful to our guests for their loyalty,” said Mark Harmon, Founder and Managing Partner of Auberge Resorts. “Since the beginning, we have striven for excellence across the board to deliver a completely immersive experience, from exceptional culinary experiences to thoughtful service. We look forward to taking the Auberge concept to new markets in the year to come.”


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.