An otherworldly desert retreat, Amangiri is situated on 600 pristine acres in Canyon Point, Utah with sweeping views towards Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Located in the centre of the Grand Circle, the all-season resort, its landmark Aman Spa and its secluded camp known as Camp Sarika by Amangiri are surrounded by such iconic attractions as the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, and Bryce and Zion National Parks. The region has been home for centuries to the native Navajo tribe and presents the raw landscape for which the American Southwest is famed.
Tucked into a protected valley, the resort’s Central Pavilion is approached via a winding road through starkly beautiful desert scenery. Built around the main swimming pool, which embraces a dramatic stone escarpment, the Central Pavilion houses a living room, library and gallery, as well as an elegant restaurant.
The Dining Room features floor-to-ceiling glass doors leading to an outdoor dining terrace overlooking the pool. A focal point is the open kitchen with its wood-fired oven imparting unique flavours and rustic authenticity to Amangiri's cuisine.
Set apart from Amangiri’s Central Pavilion, the Desert Lounge serves as an open-air relaxation area for sunsets and stargazing, while the 2322 square-metre Aman Spa features hydrotherapy and floatation pavilions, a watsu pool, finishing salon, yoga studio, gym and tranquil indoor and outdoor treatment suites.
Two accommodation wings lead from the Central Pavilion into the desert. All 34 suites provide spacious terraces with breathtaking desert or mesa views. Air-conditioned in summer, they are heated in the cooler months.
Adding ten luxurious one- and two-bedroom Pavilions to Amangiri’s accommodation offering, Camp Sarika by Amangiri lies a ten minute drive or a picturesque 30-minute hike from the Central Pavilion. Continuing the clean lines and natural aesthetic of the resort, the camp’s canvas-topped pavilions each have spacious sleeping and living areas, expansive terraces with fire pits, and plunge pools. A self-contained retreat, the camp has a common area with a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, two tranquil spa suites, a lounge and a restaurant.
Open throughout the day, the camp’s restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor seating with breathtaking views. Paying homage to its wilderness setting, the open kitchen features a rotisserie grill with dishes served on cedar and slate carving boards. Camp guests have full access to the resort’s extensive facilities.
Serving as a springboard for exploration of the area, Amangiri offers private hiking trails, morning and afternoon Wellness experiences indoors and out, canyoneering, Via Ferrata routes, hot air ballooning, horseback riding and many other adventure activities. Fireside storytelling and star gazing in the evenings enable a deeper immersion in Native American culture, and guests can also learn more about the region’s history from expert archaeologists and palaeontologists.