The Montana resort bills itself as a "luxury ranch," and offers guests a rugged Western experience — only minus the ruggedness.
The property is a member of the fancy Relais & Châteaux brand, and guests are treated to impeccable service and luxe amenities, like gourmet restaurants, pool, tennis court, horse stables, and more.
According to the ranch itself, it's their "superior level of anticipatory service" that sets them apart, and has made it the best hotel in the world. According to them "a passing remark manifests itself in an unspoken wish granted."
The Triple Creek Ranch is located on 600 acres in the Bitterroot Mountain range of the Rockies, in southwestern Montana. From here, it's easy to see why Montana is called Big Sky Country.
There are 24 cabins on the property.
Each private cabin — which range from one- to three-bedroom suites — features a wood-burning fireplace, king-sized bed, and either a private or nearby hot tub.
Cabins also feature a full kitchen, washer and dryer, a complimentary fully-stocked bar with booze, fresh fruit and cookies, a Keurig coffee maker, and Wi-Fi.
Even the bathrooms feel luxurious and spacious.
There are also separate luxury ranch homes.
The resort is all-inclusive, which means that meals, wine and activities are all included in the nightly rate.
The main reason to come here is to take advantage of Montana's incredible outdoor activities.
There's guided horseback riding along the Lewis and Clark Trail.
And fly fishing in the Bitterroot River.
There's cattle driving, whitewater rafting, river floating, mountain biking, and golf and all-terrain vehicle tours in the summer.
In the winter, there's skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and dog sledding with a 13-time Iditarod Race finisher.
Guests can take special art workshops, go to wine tasting events with renowned vintners, or take cooking classes.
And sometimes activities are combined. If the fish aren't biting, grab an easel.
In addition to tennis courts, there's also archery and a 24-hour fitness center.
And a heated outdoor pool with hot tubs and hammocks.
Inside the main lodge is the dining room, activity center, front desk, and rooftop lounge.
The resort is home to a gourmet restaurant where the menu changes nightly.
Meals are prepared by James Beard-approved executive chef Jacob Leatherman, many ingredients hailing from the Triple Creek Ranch Orchard and Gardens.
Leatherman himself teaches cooking classes at the resort.
There's also an on-staff sommelier who walks guests through the resort's comprehensive 700+ bottle wine cellar, which has won 10 Wine Spectator Awards.