November 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Amangiri in Canyon Point, Utah
Amangiri is a remote hideaway tucked within the luminous canyons of the American Southwest. Located in a protected valley with sweeping views, the resort offers both adrenaline-fueled adventure and a peaceful retreat. Set in the heart of the Grand Circle, the largest concentration of national parks in the United States, Amangiri is well placed for explorations of the region’s rugged beauty. Panoramas stretch across the 328-hectare (810-acre) estate. Each Suite features a large living area that opens onto a terrace offering views that change colour by the hour.
The stark, beautiful desert ensures adventure is always at hand, from rafting Colorado River and horseback riding in Monument Valley, to aerial views of Lake Powell in a private plane. The Spa aims to reflect the healing traditions of the Navajo through the four elements of earth, wind, fire and water.
Location of Amangiri
Nearest Airport: LAS, PGA
Amenities for Amangiri
- General Information
- 34 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Wellness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Private Terraces
- Cultural Tours
- Rock Climbing
- Wellness Programs
- Horseback Riding
- Historic Sites
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Active & Adventure
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Amangiri
I was this past August with my family at Amangiri. What a fantastic hotel and what an unbelievable experience. The service is outstanding, the hotel is a piece of art hiding in one of the most beautiful parts of the US. The activities, the walks, the food, everything was perfect. I would recommend the hotel to everyone who likes adventures, great food and superb hotel.
Ilovetotraveleatout - Madrid, Spain
The Amangiri lives up to the Aman reputation for picking incredibly idyllic and beautiful sites around the world. This venue is no exception - the surrounding views are spectacular from dawn to dusk. We flew into Page (which has limited air service) and was promptly greeted by a member of the hotel's staff who drove us (20 minutes) to our destination in one of their many 7 series BMWs. Arrival at the hotel was again warmly welcome by the manager and staff who provided a tour of the beautiful premises. The walk to our room was an experience in itself as the design and architecture of the buildings could possibly be viewed as art - the walls were beautifully colored by water stains, the path was lined with fruit trees and there were dripping water cisterns everywhere that added to the sense of serenity. Room itself was also incredibly beautifully laid-out with views of the mountains and a small balcony with cushions and a small fire place to cook s'mores etc. Rain shower was amazing as were the bath products. Staff were extremely attentive, friendly, service-oriented and engaged...every effort was made to serve and make our stay comfortable. The spa was also incredibly beautiful and the services rendered were wonderful. Organized tours of the surrounding attractions, viz., canyons and parks were well organized and staffed with excellent guides (many were native Navajo Americans) - we loved learning their culture and history. Meals (included) were well prepared, presented and tasted great - menu was limited but fine for a short stay; we did not feel lacking. Pool was picturesque albeit a little small but probably understandable given the size of the resort. We loved our visit to this resort - a great getaway for couples or family (our case) with associated (expected) price tag.
Seng100 - Boston, Massachusetts
Rooms here are very nice and clean. I got upgraded to the room with a nice mountain view. Everything was included on the room charged with 3 meals and free mini bar in room. Food are delicious even though the hotel is in a remote area. Everything is on a top notch. I stayed for a night here. Next morning during breakfast, the hotel staff came up to ask where we would head to. We were going to the Antelope; therefore the staff said that they could arrange sandwhices or salad for our lunch since we might not find any food stop on the way to the Antelope. We agreed with that and checked out afterwards. When we drove out of the hotel gate for a while, there was a car behind us trying to stop us. My husband was so frustrated as the car behind us seemed to chase us. Finally, my husband pulled over the car, and the car behind us stopped, too. That man was the Amangiri staff trying to give us our lunch which we had forgotten. We were very impressed with the hotel services. When I opened my lunch bag( every bags were labeled with our names on. Sandwiches, cookies, brownies and lemonade were provided in each bags. We all were very happy of how they were very thoughtful. In addition, when we got our car, 4 bottles of water were put on the car on each seats. Never found any places like Amangiri. Thank you do much for this generous and all the hospitalities. We would definitely come back and slso to visit other hotels of the Aman group.
TRNTBangkok - Bangkok
Wonderful service food and the rooms are beautiful but most of all the views and there's many things todo , hiking , mountain climbing and a day on the lake. The staff is super attentive and it was a easy drive from Phoenix to spend a quick weekend.
christopherjg - phoenix
This is the most beautiful resort I've ever seen. The staff is attentive and knows each guest of the 34 rooms they have. They are there to cater to your every need. Given the exorbitant price, there are a few cons to be known: Pros: -Beautiful pool built into the side of the natural desert rock -The property is huge and has its own hiking trails etc. -Spa is incredibly designed with great service -All meals are inclusive so you don't have to sign for a bill after any meal -Every corner and area is breathtaking on the property Cons: -Not the easiest to get to. 4 hour drive from any close major airport (LAS or PHX) or you can take a connection at Page airport but the planes are super tiny -Roads on the property are very dark at night -Only 1 restaurant at the hotel and it's the same menu each day and night -Animals like desert mice, and bats roam the property and can get into your room if you leave your door open at night
L0ves2Travel2016 - New York City, New York