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Ochre in the morning light, apricot by midday, dazzling pink at dusk, the geology of the Grand Staircase-Escalante couldn’t be more dramatic. Residing in 600 acres of the Colorado Plateau, and requiring an Act of Congress to be passed so it could be built here, Amangiri blends into countless untouched square miles of red rock country. In the last remnant of the truly wild West, this ‘mountain of peace’ is cradled by the greatest concentration of national parks in the United States – a staggering landscape of canyons, mesas, mountains, gorges, rapids and desert, with traces of human life dating back more than 10,000 years.
A pocket of modern luxury, carved into the Utah landscape. Amangiri offers a contemporary take on luxury, in an utterly private location. This desert retreat is set on 600-acres with an incredible spa, excellent dining and world-class hiking when you walk out the door.
The resort incorporates the surrounding landscape into its design. Every suite is very discreet and private with a king bed in the center of the room. The decor is simple, with cool tones and understated luxury. All rooms have a private terrace boasting spectacular desert views.
Opening in July 2020, Camp Sarika will perfectly reflect the Amangiri experience, offering its own main pavilion and restaurant, two spa suites, one main swimming pool and a Jacuzzi set in unparalleled proximity to nature. Formed for escapism, adventure, solitude and privacy, the camp is located a 30-minute hike or five-minute drive from Amangiri, and while guests at the camp enjoy full access to the resort’s facilities whenever they desire, everything they need will be conveniently located at Camp Sarika. The camp’s 10 beautifully appointed tented pavilions will be complemented by a Selldorf Architects-designed common pavilion, housing restaurant and lounge areas, as well as two spa suites, a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.
The heated pool curves around an escarpment of sandstone rock. It’s lined with sun loungers and daybeds on decks that jut into the water. There’s also a nearby Jacuzzi to soak in. Both are open 24 hours a day.
Aman Spa and water pavilion is one of the highlights of the property. The treatments are infused with the Navajo culture and healing traditions.
A small, curated menu of local fare changes regularly. It’s diverse yet flavorful, encouraging you to sample Southwest staples. Be sure to call ahead of time for dinner, as reservations are required.
Due to state laws, there is no formal bar at the resort. But, there is a beautiful floor-to-ceiling walnut wine cellar with many offerings by glass or bottle. Cocktail lovers should try the Prickly Pear Margarita or a Sage Mojito, best enjoyed poolside.
Guests are a mix of couples, friends and families. There are no interconnecting rooms, although one child can fit in each suite.
Set on 600 acres in Canyon Point and built into the landscape, this all-suite luxury resort with views over the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is 16.8 miles from Page Municipal.
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