I read a short story in a sci-fi anthology over ten years ago about (and here's where the details are fuzzy) space travel to a distant planet that required the passengers to sleep during the voyage. After the trip, the protagonist wakes up and experiences life on the new planet only to find out later that it was a computer-generated simulation and that he was still asleep and dreaming on the ship. Any ideas on the author or title?
It is undoubtedly "Frozen Journey" by Philip K. Dick, also anthologized as "I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon". Well worth reading again; one of my PKD favorites.