In another big nod to the amazing Upstate New York, a resort nestled in the Catskill Mountains hasn't just been voted best in the state, but one of the finest in the entire world!

Get our free mobile app

Wylder Windham, an upscale mountain resort has been named the Best Hotel in New York and one of the finest hotels in the world for 2023 by Travel + Leisure magazine.

Readers of the renowned travel publication rated the hotel based on several factors such as the rooms and facilities, location, service, food, and value.

READ MORE: America’s Most Affordable Small Town Is in Upstate New York

Wylder Windham scored an impressive 97.33 out of 100, surpassing all other hotels in New York State. The next highest-ranking hotel was the Mirror Lake Inn and Spa in Lake Placid.

Other top-rated hotels on the list included Inns of Aurora Resort & Spa in Aurora, Lake Placid Lodge in the Adirondacks and Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz.

Wylder Windham's 20-acre property features several outdoor amenities for its guests, including bikes to borrow, fly fishing, a heated pool, pickleball courts, wood-fired saunas, and a vintage shuttle to the nearby Windham Mountain ski slopes.

SEE ALSO: Should NY Consider Canceling Homeowners Insurance Like CA?

The Travel + Leisure honor further validates the exceptional guest experience delivered by Wylder Windham, which was also ranked number eight in Travel + Leisure's list of best hotels in the continental United States and tied for spot number 65 on the list of best hotels in the world. Wylder Windham shared the spot with The Oberoi Marrakech in Marrakesh, Morocco!

Read More! 17 Weird and Fun Trivia Facts About Upstate New York

There are so many fascinating trivia facts about Upstate New York that one could write a book about it. Here are 17 interesting factoids about our region that will leave you scratching your head!

Read More! NY's 12 Smallest Counties and Why You Should Visit Them

There are 62 counties in the state of New York. The largest (by population) is Kings County (Brooklyn). It has a population of 2,726,002 people. But, there are far more smaller counties in the state than larger ones. This list takes a look at the smallest counties in New York, with all of them in some region of Upstate New York. Even though they are sparsely populated, each has a few places that any NYS road warrior might want to stop at and explore. So here are the 12 smallest counties (by population as of 2010) in the state and what you might find on a visit to each of them

More From 106.5 WYRK