The unique Amangiri Utah is more than a hotel or a resort, it is a lifestyle that travelers are more than willing to immerse themselves into when they are staying amongst the desert landscape in this state. Guests will travel down a winding road to reach these beautiful accommodations, which were all constructed around the main swimming pool and The Pavilion.
The Pavilion is where the dining room, living room, gallery, library, and cellar can be found. However, most guests will spend their time in one of the 32 elegant suites that are scattered between the North Wing and the South Wing. Each room has phenomenal views of the valley and the bluffs that surround it. Plus, every guest can walk out onto their private terrace to enjoy the views, while sitting in front of the fireplace.
The best room at Amangiri Utah though is the Amangiri Suite with its own private lap pool and the sky terrace complete with a massive day bed.
Guests will love how close this resort is to both Lake Powell and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. However, the best part of anyone’s stay is normally the tranquility of the area and how picturesque everything is.
Number of Bedrooms
- Dessert Location
- Fine Dining
- Fast Internet
- Luxury Spa
- Outdoor Pool
- Mountain Biking
- Eco Tours
- Spa Facilities
Highlights & Reviews
- A stone’s throw from the famous Lake Powell and the enigmatic Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Amangiri lies almost on the invisible border between Arizona and Utah. Be warned, the almost-secret location of Amangiri at Canyon Point is not easy to find in this enigmatic desert landscape. The panoramic drive from the main road to the hotel is part of the experience.
- The resort is actually a rectangular pavilion with razor-sharp edges, made of polished concrete, almost disappearing completely in the rocky landscape. The clever design of the hotel complex is inspired by the rugged nature of the Utah landscape and the distinctive Entrada sandstone. Adrian Zecha, the founder of Aman Resorts, and the trio of architects Marwan Al Sayed, Wendell Burnette and Rick Joy designed Amangiri as a contemporary interpretation of traditional Native American architecture, in harmony with the desert landscape, with nature as the ultimate protagonist.
- Every room, even the standard mesa view suite of 1,000 square-foot, has a view out over the desert from the bath tub or the comfortable king-size bed. The large folding windows can be completely opened, leading onto a private terrace with a fireplace. The most stunning room is the Amangiri Suite measuring 3,472 square-foot and with a beautiful lap pool with floating steps and a sky terrace with huge day bed.
1 Kayenta Road
Canyon Point, UT 84741-285