July 22, 2008
Lutsen Resort Chosen for National Geographic Traveler's "Stay List"
LUTSEN, MN - Long a favorite of travelers to Lake Superior's North Shore, Lutsen Resort recently was named to National Geographic Traveler's exclusive "Stay List." The list, made up of only 150 hotels and inns across the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, highlights properties that offer visitors a truly authentic experience (link to full article here). With a heritage of hospitality dating back to 1885, Lutsen Resort was nominated to the "Stay List" by National Geographic Traveler's travel experts for its unwavering commitment to its guests, its staff and its community.
Lutsen Resort provides guests with a truly remarkable sense of place.
For inclusion on the Traveler "Stay List," selected properties needed to incorporate location-inspired architecture, ambience, and amenities, a commitment to eco-stewardship and an ethic of giving back to the community. Sheilia Buckmaster, Traveler's senior editor, said that the hotels and inns like Lutsen Resort "give back to their communities, work to conserve and sustain, and-day in and day out-celebrate the very best that their destinations have to offer."
Nancy Burns, owner of Lutsen Resort, said, "Every day, we strive to blend our Scandinavian heritage, North Shore location and progressive approach to hospitality into an experience that allows our guests to fully immerse themselves in our unique North Shore lifestyle. From the views outside our guest room windows to the food we serve at our tables, we embrace everything that our precious corner of the world has to offer. We are extremely honored that our efforts have been recognized by Traveler."