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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

AAA Utah Four Diamond Award Winners

24 Utah restaurants and hotels have earned the prestigious Four Diamond rating from AAA Utah.

"Our evaluators not only look for luxurious surroundings but also consider the level of service these establishments provide for their guests," said Rolayne Fairclough, AAA Utah spokesperson. "A Four Diamond rating ensures the recipient understands customer satisfaction. Guests can expect a memorable and enjoyable experience with superior personal service, first-class amenities, and impressive surroundings in any Four Diamond restaurant or hotel."

The 2007 Utah Four Diamond Award recipients are:

Simons at Homestead Resort, Midway
Blue Boar Restaurant, Midway
Goldener Hirsch Restaurant, Park City
The Glitretind, Park City
The Tree Room, Sundance
Log Haven, Salt Lake City
La Caille, Salt Lake City
Metropolitan, Salt Lake City

Homestead Resort, Midway
Blue Boar Inn, Midway
Johnson Mill Bed and Breakfast, Midway
Invited Inn, Midway
Sunflower Hill Luxury Inn, Moab
Sorrel River Ranch Resort & Spa
, Moab
Silver King Hotel, Park City
The Grand Summit Resort Hotel, Park City
Hotel Park City, Park City
Little America Hotel, Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City Marriott Downtown, Salt Lake City
Hilton Salt Lake City Center, Salt Lake City
Hotel Monaco, Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City Marriott City Center, Salt Lake City
Coyote Inn at Green Valley Resort and Spa, St. George
Skyridge Inn Bed and Breakfast, Torrey

"Competition for the Four Diamond Award is heavy," said Fairclough. "Each year AAA inspects over 50,000 establishments throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. Only 3 percent of the lodgings and fewer than 4 percent of the restaurants receive a Four Diamond Award." Only a small fraction of the thousands of hotels, resorts, and restaurants meet AAA's demanding criteria for high levels of service and luxurious surroundings. AAA's rating system is the only one that covers all of North America, including Mexico and the Caribbean, as well as Canada and all 50 states. To be considered for AAA approval and rating, lodgings and restaurants undergo a thorough inspection by one of AAA's full time professional evaluators.

AAA's rating system of one to five diamonds is published in the AAA TourBooks and is designed to help members know what to expect from restaurants and lodgings, from range of services to price.


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