The Tree Room at Sundance Mountain Resort Named Four-Star in Forbes Travel Guide's 2020 Star Awards

February 12 2020

Sundance, UT (February 12, 2020) — Forbes Travel Guide, the world-renowned and only global rating system for luxury hotels, restaurants, and spas, announced its annual Star Rating list today, presenting The Tree Room at Sundance Mountain Resort with a new Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant award. The Tree Room will be showcased with all Star Award winners on forbestravelguide.com.

To celebrate its Four-Star Rating, The Tree Room will be offering a Forbes Four Star Special, which includes a six-course chef's tasting menu created by Executive Chef, Eric Miller. The tasting menu is sure to delight the senses of any foodie. 

The Tree Room features some of Utah's most elegant and delicious cuisine in a stunning setting amidst Robert Redford's native American art collection, says Sundance Resort's General Manager, Chad Linebaugh. Its peaceful ambiance is indescribable. We are grateful for this award and ensure all guests will receive this high standard of service.

The Tree Room was the first building constructed at Sundance Mountain Resort by Robert Redford in 1970. As a cabin constructed around an actual tree, it maintains its rustic elegance and romantic atmosphere to this day. At the Tree Room, guests can enjoy a fusion of modern French cooking techniques and American comfort along with Sundance's private label wine from vintners in Sundance's Celebrating Wine as Art Program.

According to Forbes Travel Guide CEO, Filip Boyen, "It is difficult to earn a Forbes Travel Guide rating, and all our Star-Rated winners have shown how incredibly deserving they are of their accolades by demonstrating sheer dedication in their passion of service."

To view the full Star Rating for 2020, visit forbestravelguide.com.

For a detailed explanation of how Forbes Travel Guide compiles its Star Ratings, click here.

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About Sundance Mountain Resort: Founded by Robert Redford in 1969, Sundance is a destination resort located on 5,000 acres of preserved wilderness. Sundance is dedicated to maintaining the balance of art, nature and community, and offers diverse mountain recreation experiences to encourage the cultivation of art and self-expression. The Sundance family of companies includes the Sundance Mountain Resort, Sundance Institute, Sundance TV and Sundance Catalog. For more information on Sundance, call 801-225-4107 or visit our website, www.sundanceresort.com.

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