Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri
Amangiri

Amangiri

1 Kayenta Road, Canyon Point, Utah 84741-0285, United States

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“Rugged luxury ”

Nature’s vast beauty keeps us humble, but personalized service the way Aman does it lets us feel like kings and queens of the desert. Amongst the vastness of the landscape, dominated with mesas and canyons, lies this gem of a dune oasis for the romantic adventurer and luxury explorer. Hikes into the infinite surroundings, horseback rides, campfires under the stars, or hot air balloon rides – who knew that in the middle of absolutely nowhere (unless you count the national parks, of which there are a lot), there’s so much to do?

Best time to visit : All year

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What we Love

What we absolutely love about the property and feel sure will dazzle you too.

  • Early morning hot air balloon rides are magical
  • If you can, visit between August to October and pop in to see the artist-in-residence create masterpieces from nature’s gifts at the cave
  • Candle lit bath with desert views after a long day exploring the surrounding lakes, canyons, and national parks
  • The full-board nature (alcohol withholding) of the resort includes spas and fascinating walking tours of the 600-acre hotel

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location

34 Suites

Spacious and with clean lines and natural materials, the Suites, Camp Sarika and Homes reflect the luminous qualities of the surrounding Utah desert. Accommodation design features include white stone floors, concrete walls, natural timbers and fittings in blackened steel. Each one has an outdoor lounge and fireplace with expansive desert views, while some feature a private pool or roof terrace.

Room Facilities

  • Wi-Fi, TV, DVD player, sound system
  • Private swimming pool
  • Air-conditioning, underfloor heating
  • Personal bar
  • Bathroom with twin rain showers and soaking tub
  • Living area with reading chairs, writing desk
  • Private sky terrace with daybed
  • Sundeck with loungers and dining area
  • Fire pit
  • Private courtyard entrance

Need to Know

Check-in 15.00 / Check-out 12.00

Desert View Suite
Desert View Suite
  • 2
  • 93 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Desert

The Desert View Suites offer sweeping views of the Utah desert and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Park in the distance.

Mesa View Suite
Mesa View Suite
  • 2
  • 93 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Mesa and Sunset

The Mesa View Suites feature private terraces and courtyards, and offer panoramic views of the surrounding mesas – particularly breathtaking at dusk.

Terrace Suite
Terrace Suite
  • 2
  • 107 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Mountain Ridge

The Terrace Suite overlooks the mountain ridge and rock escarpment from a large private terrace.

Desert Pool Suite
Desert Pool Suite
  • 2
  • 150 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Dune and Desert Plateau

The Desert Pool Suites offer large private plunge pools and sky terraces ideal for night stargazing.

Mesa Pool Suite
Mesa Pool Suite
  • 2
  • 146 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Mesa and Sunset

The Mesa Pool Suites feature a private plunge pool and sky terrace that catch the rose-gold sunsets over the Utah desert.

Girijaala Suite
Girijaala Suite
  • 2
  • 347 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Mountain Ridge

The Girijaala Suite features a large private lap pool, an expansive terrace and a desert lounge with panoramic Utah desert views.

The Amangiri Suite
The Amangiri Suite
  • 2
  • 348 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Desert

The Amangiri Suite features a large private lap pool with floating steps, an expansive sun deck with outdoor dining areas and a sky terrace, all with magnificent Utah desert views.

One-Bedroom Sunset Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
One-Bedroom Sunset Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
  • 2
  • XX sq. m.
  • 1 King or 2 Twins
  • Sunset

Opening onto an oversized outdoor terrace with a poolside fire pit, the Sunset Pavilion features a spacious bedroom with a private ensuite, a spacious living area and mesmerising views across the desert to the west.

One-Bedroom Mesa Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
One-Bedroom Mesa Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
  • 2
  • XX sq. m.
  • 1 King or 2 Twins
  • Eastern Mesa

This expansive, canvas-ceilinged pavilion has separate bedroom, bathroom and living areas, and overlooks the dramatic rock formations of the eastern mesa from its private pool terrace.

One-Bedroom Private Canyon Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
One-Bedroom Private Canyon Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
  • 2
  • XX sq. m.
  • 1 King or 2 Twins
  • Eastern Mesa

With a private plunge pool with a Jacuzzi function beside its outdoor terrace, the Private Canyon Pavilion enjoys breathtaking views of the mesas surrounding the camp.

Two-Bedroom Mesa Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
Two-Bedroom Mesa Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
  • 4
  • XX sq. m.
  • Kings or Twins
  • Eastern Mesa

Topped with canvas, two spacious bedrooms, each with their own en suites, converge on an elegantly appointed living and dining room, which opens onto a sprawling mesa-view pool terrace.

Two-Bedroom Grand View Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
Two-Bedroom Grand View Pavilion (Camp Sarika)
  • 4
  • XX sq. m.
  • Kings or Twins
  • Eastern Mesa

With a front porch affording front-seat to the desert sunset and a private outdoor pool terrace taking in the majesty of the eastern mesa, the Grand View Pavilion includes two large en suite bedrooms and plentiful living space indoors and out.

Four-Bedroom Mesa Home
Four-Bedroom Mesa Home
  • 8
  • XX sq. m.
  • Kings or Twins
  • Desert

The four-bedroom Mesa Home is contemporary in style with a pared-back aesthetic and muted palette. It offers a stone terrace and 15-metre (50 feet) infinity pool

The Dining Room
The Dining Room
Served indoors or on the pool terrace, the menus showcase local ingredients, taking inspiration from Native American cuisine, tempered with modern global influences. 
The Fireside Pavilion
The Fireside Pavilion
Next to the main swimming pool, beside a grand central fireplace, Amangiri’s chef serves food fresh from the open grill.
The Chinle Site
The Chinle Site
The Chinle Site provides a unique and atmospheric setting for private dining amid the natural serenity of the desert. 
The Desert Lounge
The Desert Lounge
Ideal for cocktail soirées, special-occasion dinners, and moments of quiet contemplation.
Aman Spa
Aman Spa
Spread across 2,322 sq. m., the Aman Spa reflects the healing traditions of the Navajo, with treatments drawing on the four elements of earth, wind, fire and water.
Hozho Healing
Hozho Healing
Amangiri’s extensive menu of massages, beauty treatments and restorative therapies is inspired by the holistic wellbeing traditions of the Navajo. The concept of hózhó captures the notion of being in tune with the self and in harmony with the world, and it is this state that the Aman Spa seeks to induce in Amangiri guests.
Yoga on the Rocks
Yoga on the Rocks
Take a short hike to the top of a monolithic rock formation for a one-of-a-kind yoga experience high above the valley floor. Amangiri's yoga specialist guides guests through a personalised movement session with heart-stirring 360º views of the Navajo National Park – magnificent at any time, but sublime at sunrise.
Water Therapy
Water Therapy
Experience the restorative power of submersion in the flotation pavilion, or visit the water pavilion for thermal therapies including a sauna, steam room and plunge pool. Adjoining the spa, a stone-lined step pool offers temperature-controlled water, cushioned seating, desert views, and an atmosphere conducive to mindful contemplation.

Amangiri

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. In this grand theatre of nature, the modernist Suites of Amangiri and the tented Pavilions of nearby Camp Sarika offer an inspiring welcome to one of the world’s most dramatically secluded settings.

1 Kayenta Road, Canyon Point, Utah 84741-0285, United States

Discover Navajo Heritage
Discover Navajo Heritage
Amangiri is tightly connected to Utah’s Native American communities and offers a range of one-of-a-kind experiences that bring guests closer to the culture and history of the Navajo people. Activities range from Navajo-guided tours of the slot canyons and Monument Valley Tribal Park to powerful storytelling sessions and ritual dances by the fire.
Hiking and Climbing
Hiking and Climbing
Numerous trails lead from Amangiri to dramatic viewpoints and hidden wilderness hotspots. Graded by difficulty, guided hikes offer guests the opportunity to discover the geological wonders of this astonishing landscape. There’s no more thrilling way to get up close with Amangiri's majestic rock formations than by taking on the challenge of the via ferrata. These ‘iron roads’ see intrepid adventurers using fixed rungs and cables embedded into the rock face to traverse dramatic gorges and sheer canyons.
The Plateau on Horseback
The Plateau on Horseback
Depart from the steps of Amangiri and explore the sweeping Utah desert landscape with Amangiri’s seasoned wranglers. Riding trails available both in the area immediately around the resort and beyond. More challenging rides include ridge-top hacks above a maze of ridges and canyons, where outlaws once hid and the cowboys of today still run cattle when the high country is buried in snow.
Hot-Air Ballooning
Hot-Air Ballooning
Launching from Amangiri at sunrise, hot-air balloon flights offer extraordinary high-altitude views as the landscape below glows red and gold in the spreading sunlight. From the basket, 360º views take in Lake Powell, Navajo Mountain, the Vermillion Cliffs and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Exploring the Slot Canyons
Exploring the Slot Canyons
Carved into the earth’s surface by wind and water over millions of years, the slot canyons are some of the most striking geological features of the Colorado Plateau. Aman guides escort guests through these sinuous sandstone formations – an opportunity to admire the striking array of colours displayed on their walls.
Lake Powell
Lake Powell
Mesmerically beautiful, the vast reservoir of Lake Powell encompasses more than 3,200km (2,000 miles) of shoreline, riddled with secluded bays and hidden canyons. Navigate these lesser-visited marvels by kayak, take a stand-up paddleboard across the glassy waters, or explore from the comfort of boat on a full- or half-day tour of the lake, taking in its most remarkable natural feature – the 290-foot freestanding arch known as the Rainbow Bridge.
Take to the Skies
Take to the Skies
The landscape of Canyon Country is even more incredible from on high. Amangiri has a private helipad and airstrip a team of expert pilots on call, making air tours by helicopter or plane easy to arrange. Travel to National Parks in minutes, discover the region’s unique geology from a new perspective, or fly to the top of a mesa for a once-in-a-lifetime yoga experience, 1,000 feet above the valley floor.
National Park Adventures
National Park Adventures
The Colorado Plateau is home to the highest concentration of National Parks in the United States, and Amangiri is a gateway to all. From the wildlife diversity of Zion and the hoodoo sandstone pillars of Bryce Canyon, to the vertiginous wonder of the Grand Canyon, the landscape is ripe for discovery, whether on self-guided expeditions or private tours led by Amangiri’s expert team.
Art of the Desert
Art of the Desert
Painting outside Broken Arrow Cave, close to ancient petroglyph rock art dating back millions of years, artist-in-residence Ulrike Arnold captures the austere splendor of Amangiri’s desert surroundings. From August to October, visit Ulrike and watch as she works with rock, sand, wind and rain to create abstract works formed from the Utah desert itself.